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November 27 2014 Latest news:
University of East Anglia students have launched a campaign to try and stop an event attended by UK Independence Party candidates from being held on the Norwich campus.
Proposals to block off a Norwich road have been ditched, after people living in nearby streets said it would increase rat-running past their homes.
A decision over a controversial £800,000 city centre road shake-up, which the Norwich School said would put the safety of its pupils at risk, has been put on hold.
A patient has died after being given the wrong medicine at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (N&N) in a rare incident under investigation by health chiefs.
Police are on the hunt for a man dressed as a monk who has been pushing highly offensive leaflets through a number of letterboxes in King’s Lynn.
A team of creative students will bring an empty Great Yarmouth shop unit to life in the run up to Christmas to help boost festive trade.
There is extra sparkle as the Cromer Pier Christmas Show begins its 10th anniversary season, singer-songwriter Nick Harper performs his mellow new album, there is an Olivier Award-nominated production of Michael Morpurgo’s charming I Believe In Unicorns, comedian and activist Mark Thomas returns and author Louis de Bernières joins The Brook Street Band to celebrate Handel. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this weekend.
A busy period for our businesses sees the dawning tomorrow of Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Small Business Saturday following in quick succession.
It was a wartime love story, that concluded with a happy ending.
Such is Norwich City’s current defensive predicament, Ryan Bennett’s return from injury has almost assumed mythical proportions.
Historians have lamented the loss of a piece of Dereham’s heritage after a former bank was demolished as part of a £2m development – but reassurances have been given that the new building will mimic the original frontage.
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More than 50 years after he first appeared in print, author Michael Bond’s beloved bear Paddington has finally arrived on the big screen in his first star-packed family adventure.
Norwich City midfielder Elliott Bennett will remain on loan at Championship rivals Brighton until the end of December after extending his initial stay.
Norwich cueman Barry Pinches insists he is happy with his form despite crashing out of the UK Snooker Championship at the first hurdle.
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.