A Norwich couple who met at a bus stop in 1957 are today celebrating their 60th diamond wedding anniversary.

An elderly woman was forced to use money saved for her own funeral to pay for £7,000 in vet bills to save her beloved pet.

Although the first day of May was sunny with a few showers, it turned cloudy on May 2 with an area of rain moving across the region along with some strong winds of up to 40-45mph.

Police in Suffolk have launched a summer campaign to clamp down on drink and drug driving.

It looks like Britain’s newest warplane will be touching down today.

In my work, I have some simple goals.

Scouting set me on a path to becoming an astronaut. Where will it take you?

Regarding Thorpe Cemetery and woods, I have just finished reading the article concerning the overgrown, unkempt appearance of the Thorpe St Andrew cemetery described by Tracey Bullen and the condition of her late father’s grave.

More than 14,000 people have signed an online petition to bring back retro school dinner favourite Turkey Twizzlers.

Heroic and triumphant, Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony was the resounding conclusion to the concert given by the Britten Sinfonia at Norwich Theatre Royal on Sunday evening.

Norwich audiences are notoriously polite so to provoke half a dozen people to walk out midway through a show is a strange sort of triumph; if there had been an interval, the body count would undoubtedly have been higher.

The drum and bass super group - comprised of MC Skibadee, Shabba D, Harry Shotta, DJ Phantasy and Macky Gee - have been taking the UK by storm with their mix of hard hitting jump up style of drum and bass and fast flowing lyrics.

South London’s grime veteran P Money has established himself as one of the most talented and lyrically capable MCs in the country.

This Writers’ Centre Norwich event brought together five speakers for a diverse set of 15 minute talks on our often frustrating and surprising bodies.

We entered a darkened room, with a slatted stage that divided the space in two.

At the Playhouse on Friday evening Schubert’s Notturno with its gentle rippling was the perfect overture to his Trout Quintet.

The tradition of transgressive writing by women was the focus of this Writers’ Centre Norwich event.

The ringing out of Cathedral bells signalled the beginning of the main segment of this latest Voice Project performance.

Tributes have been paid to an inspirational teacher who died following a skydiving accident.

Reviving an old tradition, Norwich Cathedral Choir under Ashley Grote joined with its counterparts from Ely and Peterborough in a concert marking the centenary of the death of Hubert Parry.

Jason Butler of NW Brown on why the concessions between the US and China may not put an end to fears of a trade war between the two superpowers.

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