April 16 2014 Latest news:
A new German beer hall/sports bar is due to open in Norwich city centre next month, and the people behind it are promising it will offer something new for locals and visitors alike.
Part of a busy supermarket petrol station has been shut down because it has started to sink into the ground.
Former Cromer Methodist minister Philip Hilstrop, who was convicted of possessing more than 1000 indecent images, was back in court for breaching his sexual offences prevention order by having a mobile phone with a camera. His case has been adjourned for a report.
The changing face of criminal justice has been reflected by the appointment of barrister Katharine Moore as the first female criminal judge to permanently sit at Norwich Crown Court.
The East Anglian Air Ambulance was called to help a man in his 70s after he suffered a fall at home.
Shoppers were stopped in their tracks as a Blues Brothers flashmob leapt into action to launch Norwich’s dedicated smartphone app.
A magical fairy tale of rags to riches will be brought to life by a national touring dance company this weekend.
It will be a celebration of the life and times of the history man – a chance to remember, honour and pay tribute to Chris Barringer who died almost a year ago. A man who inspired so many others to take an interest in Norwich and Norfolk.
You can almost see it now. Stephen Fry is considering what to do next after the shambles that was Norwich City’s performance against West Brom.
Hopes are high that visitor numbers at a Breckland heritage site will double after the venue was given a new lease of life.
A famous Norfolk pub that was closed for 18 months is back in business, and hundreds of customers were welcomed back at its reopening.
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These month-old lambs look quite at home grazing under the shade of a 14 megawatt solar farm.
Norwich City’s Premier League survival rests on belief, as far as Michael Turner is concerned – and while new boss Neil Adams helped emphasise the point, the Canaries centre-back is looking forward to proving the point.
King’s Lynn Stars will be looking to build on their fine start to the season when they host the Belle Vue Aces this evening.
In architecture the ancient UK Parliament, the Palace of Westminster could not be further from the vast modern conference centre-style buildings where most MEPs have their Brussels offices.