Young people are being encouraged to take up a game that is being likened to the figure skating of the card playing world.
A woman from Norfolk is calling for more quiet places for disabled people in Norwich.
Companies in Norfolk are being encouraged to sign up to a new safety pledge designed to reduce the risk of electricity related accidents.
A unique scheme designed to develop the business leaders of tomorrow has launched in East Anglia.
A Norwich pub is undergoing a major six figure refurbishment.
Youngsters from a school in Norwich have teamed up with a voluntary group to transform a previously forgotten area of a popular Norwich park.
An East Anglian law firm has assisted a Norfolk organisation which helps adults and children with a disability to improve their fitness secure a new gym.
People are being invited to step back in time and discover some of Norfolk’s hidden gems and historic sites, during an eight day long celebration of the county’s heritage.
A mobile smartphone and tablet repair service, thought to be the first of its kind in the UK, has hit the road in Norwich.
The human brain is the most complex organ in the body and when it gets damaged or injured the effects can be devastating.
Beer lovers in Norwich have attended a beer appreciation course designed to give them the skills to judge beers at competitions and events.
A student at the University of East Anglia is preparing for a 160ft bungee jump in aid of the eating disorder charity BEAT.
The second driest June since 1962 and weeks without any significant rainfall have created the perfect conditions for grass fires.
A woman has been arrested on suspicion of assaulting two members of the public, three police officers and a paramedic.
Anglian Water says its water reserves are healthy as low reservoir levels in the north-west of England cause the summer’s first hosepipe ban to be announced.
Freeview viewers in Norfolk will need to retune their TV equipment today to make sure they keep receiving a complete channel list.
A fire on Mousehold Heath is believed to have been started deliberately.
Norfolk continues to bask in the heat wave as forecasters warn the dry spell is set to continue into next week.
Passengers flying into Norwich Airport have been capturing the effect on the countryside of one of the driest Junes on record.
Weeks without rain and scorching temperatures have taken their toll on Norfolk, as one of the longest dry spells since 1962 takes affect.
Mothers are being invited to take part in a breast feeding event in Norwich.
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