September 16 2014 Latest news:
The sudden death of a young Norfolk woman murdered while holidaying on a tropical island has prompted heartache and “total shock”.
When Hannah Witheridge set off on her Thailand adventure she had the world at her feet.
A county councillor has issued an apology after he was threatened with legal action over remarks he made about a former leader of Norfolk County Council.
Many of us enjoy a leisurely stroll, or even the odd cross-country ramble.
On Thursday it will only be those living in Scotland who will have a chance to answer the simple question – should Scotland be an independent country?
The cost of borrowing to fund public spending on schools, hospitals and roads would go up in an independent Scotland, the head of a leading insurer has said.
From great theatres to a brilliant mix of music to festivals galore, our county is rich with all things cultural – and we want you to help us celebrate the great stars of Norfolk’s arts scene.
The discovery deep in the Arctic of Captain John Franklin’s doomed vessel has solved one of the greatest maritime mysteries. Mark Nicholls looks at the part played in the tale by a Norfolk mariner.
The sombre chime of a single church bell rang at Aylsham yesterday to mark the start of a marathon memorial to the town’s war dead.
Norwich City face Brentford at Griffin Park on Tuesday and we want to know who you would pick to start for the Canaries.
Campaigners aiming to protect Norwich’s most treasured woodland are celebrating after gaining political backing and news of a potential £250,000 boost.
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It was a perfectly porcine way to start proceedings at the Brecks Food and Drink Festival which begins today. STACIA BRIGGS joined this year’s Walk the Pork near Oxborough.
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A woman who has lost two sons to meningitis is urging people to make sure they know the symptoms of this deadly disease.
Neil Adams knows Norwich City sent out a message to their title rivals on Saturday.
Striker Sam Mulready grabbed a hat-trick to stake his claim for a regular starting spot as King’s Lynn Town cruised into today’s second qualifying round draw.
Beer festivals at the popular Fat Cat Brewery Tap in Lawson Road, Norwich are never run of the mill.