UEA academics discuss some of the key research at the university which will be demonstrated at the Royal Norfolk Show next week.

What are Apprenticeship Standards?

The exercise of break in a commercial lease is a fertile source of litigation as there is much which can go wrong with the apparently simple task of serving a break notice.

Many of us have gene and chromosome abnormalities that we don’t know about and that don’t appear to affect us. With Chromosome Disorder Awareness Week beginning on Sunday, we meet a family who have discovered how a tiny gene change can have extreme results.

Discover who is at the controls of the Red Arrows when they fly today.

Wingwalking, movie stars, Great War aircraft, the RAF and rides in a tank – is there anything that isn’t happening at the two day Old Buckenham Airshow?

A Red Arrows simulator is one of the extra attractions along the Golden Mile set up specially for the air show, along with an array of food, drink, craft, gift and charity outlets.

Aircraft will be buzzing over Great Yarmouth seafront at its first ever show this weekend- but the shoreline has seen aerial action in the past - when it was a vital First World War military base repelling enemy airships, navy vessels and submarines.

One of the greatest aerial spectacles of the modern world, the smoke-trailing Red Arrows’ high speed precision flying has made them stars around the globe.

Motorists are being steered towards two large park-and-ride sites on the outskirts of Great Yarmouth.

How claiming compensation for medical negligence starts with a phone call.

The winter’s snow already seems a distant memory, so is it really worth spending money on a boiler maintenance service plan?

Aircraft limbo, a Hawker Hurricane joining the Spitfire and Mustang, a cheeky rabbit, tank rides and a bombed Normandy Barn are adding to the massive in-air and on-ground action at Old Buckenham Airshow.

Ad Feature: Is East Anglia entering a new golden age?

Monday, May 14, 2018

Is there such a thing as the ‘Golden Age of Recruitment’ and, if so, is East Anglia currently entering it?

If you’re wondering what a remortgage means and whether to do it now to beat the expected summer rate rises - join the crowd. We ask an expert to guide us through the lingo.

I am lucky that I can do my bit, and then some.

She’s a paramedic and a mum. Sarah has a crazy secret - and admits she’s just a little bit crazy. Why? Because Sarah Niles is possibly the only wing walker who is scared of heights.

Easter may be dominated by chicks, lambs and bunnies, but this baby camel could be stealing the show at a Norfolk zoo.

Diving, rolling, flipping and synchronizing head swivels to gaze at a delighted crowd, five new sea lions at Banham Zoo just know they’re the stars of the show.

A legendary warbird, an aerobatic icon and some of the best ice cream in Norfolk – the news for the next Old Buckenham Airshow simply gets better and better. We find out more.

How would you feel if you discovered that your normal, happy child isn’t as normal as you thought? 
Jo Malone meets two families who’ve learnt that genes have a lot more to answer for than just the colour of your eyes.

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