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Most small mammals would quake under the watchful the gaze of a dragon, but one brave hare will sporting his regiment’s colours with pride in this year’s GoGoHares trail.

Ten years ago today, Lee Hannant was fighting for his life after being seriously injured in a horror road crash.

Credit card details may have been stolen from runners after a security breach in a payment system used by several East Anglian races.

Aspiring writers are being invited to see actors bring their words to life at a free, two-day event.

The continuing and devastating impact of austerity will be the major challenge faced by a disabled people’s organisation for years to come, according to its outgoing chief executive.

A former police officer who ‘pursued a teenage victim for a sexual relationship’, while investigating the nightclub assault against her, has been found guilty of gross misconduct.

Friends and family will gather next week to remember a talented and creative portrait photographer who died in a road crash near her South Norfolk home.

The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) could be about to undergo the biggest change in its history since it was founded. Reporter Kim Briscoe finds out why its proposals to modernise and widen its remit to include quality “craft beers” are proving divisive.

Organisers of a popular city science festival have announced that it will return for October half-term this year.

Steam icon Oliver Cromwell will be back on the main line from London to East Anglia tomorrow – and is expected to attract a number of admirers to watch what may be its final visit to the region.

Would-be sleuths will have an exciting opportunity to put their detective skills to the test when a gaming experience returns to Norwich.

Thousands of people have signed a petition calling for a stall which is used as a soup kitchen to be saved.

She is more used to putting singers through their paces, but a Norwich music teacher has been adjusting to a stint in the editor’s chair.

Work to upgrade the pedestrian crossing on Norwich’s Unthank Road will begin next week.

Families are being urged to make the most of seeing their relatives over the festive period by making an innovative musical memoir.

The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital has taken delivery of the first of six new machines, which will help to provide state-of-the-art radiotherapy services to patients.

Motorists are being warned to expect rush-hour delays as initial work to widen a main road out of Norwich gets underway next month.

An inquest has been opened into the death of a 15-year-old Wymondham girl.

Police are investigating two attempted robberies which occurred in the Ship Gardens and St Andrew’s Street areas of Mildenhall at around 4pm this afternoon (Wednesday, December 13).

She was thrown in prison twice and took part in a hunger strike because she believed so passionately in women’s rights.

But there are still large gaps in what has been pieced together about the extraordinary life of Norfolk suffragette Caprina Fahey.

A Japanese company is giving non-smoking employees an extra six days of paid holiday every year in a bid to counteract the cigarette breaks taken by their smoking colleagues.

But would such an initiative work in Norwich and be welcomed by businesses and staff in the city?

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