Gospel Carols and African ...
Lively gospel carols from the Joyous Praise Gospel Choir, and Dumisani drumming group playing ...
November 27 2014 Latest news:
An 11-year-old girl claims she was approached by a man in Thorpe St Andrew, police have said.
A crash on the A12 at Gorleston is causing delays this evening.
The jobs of more Whitehall mandarins could be moved to places like Norfolk and Suffolk if Labour regains power at the next election.
Rush-hour traffic is queueing on the A149 Hardwick Road in King’s Lynn following a crash involving a BMW and a Vauxhall Corsa.
Attacks on paramedics increased by almost 40 percent last year, with 188 assaults on staff recorded.
A pair of Scandinavian firms have snapped up the rights to build a straw-fired biomass plant at Snetterton.
Classic children’s tale The Borrowers will be taking to the stage in Norwich this Christmas.
Writer GARETH CALWAY meets a Norfolk electrician who’s heading off for a career break.. in the South Atlantic
It was a wartime love story, that concluded with a happy ending.
Turn the pages of this “new” book and you will see photographs of mostly stern-looking gentlemen with moustaches and whiskers dressed in their best bib and tucker. You may recognise some of their names because they were the Men Who Have Made Norwich.
Norwich’s Guildhall will be opening its doors for a family event celebrating the lead up to Christmas with a heritage twist.
It was a meeting so moving that it left the Duchess of Cambridge unable to hold back her emotions.
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Award-winning turkeys, reared near for extra cheerRead more
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Festive fun filled Great Yarmouth’s Market Place tonight - despite some wintery rain - as crowds gathered for the Christmas lights switch on.
Michael Bailey turns the spotlight on Tuesday night’s Norwich City Football Club annual general meeting at Carrow Road
The home of quarter-finalists Gorleston will host this evening’s last scheduled Norfolk Senior Cup fourth round tie between Caister and King’s Lynn Town.
From Belgian chocolates to Transylvanian glass, the flavour and feel of the continent comes to four Norfolk market towns over the next few weeks as they are transformed into bustling European market places.