March 7 2014 Latest news:
The death of a man at the Castle Mall in Norwich tonight is not being treated as suspicious, police have confirmed.
The headmaster of a former Norfolk boarding school is facing a whole life prison sentence after admitting sexually assaulting young boys in the 1970s and 1980s.
A bus has caught fire on the westbound A47 in Keswick, near Norwich.
Plans to transform the ancient medieval towers of Great Yarmouth town wall into unusual holiday accommodation are taking shape.
US Blues rockers The Black Keys have been revealed as the final headliners to be announced for this year’s Latitude Festival.
Chairman of Norwich Fashion Week and our fashion editor Emma Harrowing tells us why Norwich Fashion Week is so important to our region.
Archant, the community media business, has announced a healthy increase in operating profits for the last year to £9.4m.
A new comic opera, the returns of a stand-up favourite, acclaimed Americana and a celebration of 30 years of Fascinating Aïda. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this weekend.
What could be better for rounding off this year’s Winter Olympics than celebrating with our Great British Chefs’ Russian inspired feast?
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A new birdseye video of the A11 dualling project has shown the rapid progress being made by Highways Agency engineers.
A litter of five kittens from a Suffolk animal rescue charity have found new homes after being born with extra toes which look like they have thumbs.
Norwich City boss Chris Hughton has revealed injured midfielder Leroy Fer will miss a ‘number of weeks’ with his hamstring problem but Hughton is adamant the Dutch international’s Premier League season is not over.
King’s Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell hopes Ryan Fryatt’s knee injury isn’t as serious as first feared.