The trial of a man accused of attempted murder following a serious incident in which a man was shot multiple times will take place in March next year.

It was good to see the Norwich Art Centre sold out on a Friday night, and with some great DJ’s in the bar area there was a really good buzz about the place.

A coroner has voiced concerns about unlicensed boxing as a jury concluded the death of a young fighter who was knocked unconscious in his first bout was misadventure.

This week marked World Homeless Day - a chance for people to stop and reflect on homelessness in their community and what it must feel like to be without a safe and secure home.

The mother of a boxer who was knocked unconscious in his first public fight and later died has told an inquest she was approached in hospital the day after the bout by a man who helped organise the event and was offered up to £30,000.

A fatal crash involving a vintage American fighter plane occurred after the pilot lost control due to a crosswind, an accident report has said.

Opinion: Are the days of a Michelin star being the be-all and end-all for ambitious chefs coming to an end, asks Andy Newman.

Opinion: Rachel Moore is fed up with the disruption of garden fireworks. It’s time to bring in new laws, she says.

It has put the name of Norwich on millions of plates across the world and provided work and welfare for generations of men, women and children - and now it MUST be saved.

A couple’s long-running battle to save their home from being demolished has ended in failure at London’s High Court.

A mobile zoo owner from Lowestoft has welcomed the government’s new regulations for exotic animal owners.

A novice boxer who died after he was knocked unconscious in his first public fight did not stand a chance due to lack of medical provision, his sister has told an inquest.

Two men have admitted their part in a fraud which took around £850,000 from hundreds of unsuspecting timeshare owners.

Norwich will be welcoming two of the country’s most talked about rising musicians as Jess Morgan and Dan Whitehouse perform at Norwich Arts Centre.

A 15th century church hosted an unusual event when a congregation filled the aisles with their four-legged friends.

The manager of a Gorleston shop has climbed Mount Kilimanjaro to raise more than £5,000 for a children’s charity, as well as to scatter the ashes of a lifelong friend.

A Norwich discount store’s sale has sparked frenzied scenes as shoppers vie for bargains.

A rescue crew’s training was put to the test when a boat was pinned by the fast-flowing tide against a bridge over the River Blyth.

Today is World Mental Health Day organised by the World Health Organisation.

In the article (October 4) “Specialist consultants brought in to try to keep down the final bill for Norwich Northern Distributor Road” by Dan Grimmer, Norfolk County Council suggests it is in the public interest for the extent of the cost increase to be kept secret because it is commercially sensitive.

It’s just over a week until the round pound is officially no longer legal tender.

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