Knit & Natter
The Knit & Natter group in Long Stratton at The Tudor Bakehouse Coffee Shop will now be taking ...
September 30 2014 Latest news:
A health watchdog has pledged to keep a close eye on the performance of Norfolk’s biggest hospital after its chief executive admitted that the standard of care was not what she would expect for her loved ones.
A man was beaten up, tortured, falsely imprisoned at a property in Norwich and then kidnapped after he gave away a drugs package he was supposed to be looking after and spent much of the proceeds on getting drunk in a Prince of Wales nightclub, a court has heard.
Stories about a Norfolk pensioner’s six hour wait for an ambulance and concerns about increased pressure on the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital have highlighted further cracks in the NHS. But how worried should we be? Health correspondent ADAM GRETTON reports.
After 30 years of music, dancers took to the floor for the last time at the former Royal British Legion community centre on Aylsham Road, ahead of its closure.
Some of the projects that bring young and older people together in Norfolk were celebrated yesterday at the launch of an event aimed at promoting the positive aspects of ageing.
The words ‘I’m out’ too often spell the end for an invention before it has even left the drawing board.
Glitz, glam and the warm nostalgic glow of the golden age of Hollywood feature in the all-singing all-dancing Puttin’ On The Ritz, all-male Shakespeare company Propeller bring their youth version of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, hip hop pioneers Jungle Brothers, Anglo-Breton poet Claire Trévien brings her sea poems to the stage and there is John Godber’s raunchy snowbound comedy On The Piste. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this week.
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An excavation has tried to uncover the secrets of a possible First World War site on a popular coastal walk.
On paper, Saturday’s fixture was one which punters filling out betting slips up and down the country might have called a banker.
An iconic building steeped in history could soon be at the heart of Norwich’s heritage trail under a vision unveiled today.
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From the kill-or-cure hangover cure Bloody Mary to the sophisticated Cosmopolitan, the exotic Mai Tai to the shaken-but-not-stirred Martini, a cocktail is always a party in a glass.
A historic formula which sees Scottish citizen get significantly more public cash per head than people living in Norfolk and Suffolk will become “less relevant” as Scotland gets more powers, a senior Tory has said.
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Her great great grandmother sang for Queen Victoria, years later her grandparents fell in love over a sing-song and now 14-year-old Olivia Watson is hoping to make it big with her vocal skills following a Britain’s Got Talent audition.
Brilliant away form has propelled Norwich City to the Championship summit – but manager Neil Adams wants that form repeated in front of the Carrow Road faithful as well.
King’s Lynn Stars host Poole Pirates in the Elite League play-off semi-final first leg tonight and you can follow the meeting here.
Go local and try your nearest craft bakery - that’s the plea to shoppers as bakeries across Norfolk join in a national campaign highlighting the quality and variety of bread, cakes and pies in the local stores.