April 16 2014 Latest news:
Pressure is being put on health bosses to commit to the future of Norwich’s walk-in centre, as it emerges the service could be asked to move out of its rented base in September.
Children across England are learning today which primary school they will be attending from this autumn.
One man was arrested following a helicopter search in Norwich.
Police were called to Tennyson Avenue, near the College of West Anglia, at 10.10pm, after a collision between a Renault Clio and seven parked cars.
We don’t blame you: that is the message from the family of a 77-year-old grandmother to the 21-year-old driver who caused her death.
Norfolk-based Midwich is hailing an international expansion strategy that has helped the Top100 firm carve out a vital foothold in the German market.
Norwich student Laura Dennis has been announced as a winner of a national prize for writing on the subject of art curation. Laura, who is studying MA Curation at Norwich University of the Arts (NUA), is one of three winners of the Axisweb Curated Selection Prize, which was selected by a jury including Sarah Martin, head of exhibitions at Turner Contemporary.
MARK NICHOLLS discovers how parts of Thetford Forest are being returned to natural Brecks heathland to encourage the amazing stone curlew and other wildlife
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.
Twenty-four beautiful buildings in two different countries, separated by 150 miles and the expanse of the North Sea – brought together thanks to a pioneering partnership.
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.
Neil Adams will relish the task of trying to plot Liverpool’s downfall in an epic Carrow Road game which carries repercussions at both ends of the Premier League.
Lowestoft Town kept their play-off hopes alive at Crown Meadow tonight, beating lowly Enfield Town 2-0.
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.