October 24 2014 Latest news:
Finding the perfect Christmas present for a loved one is never easy but a new piece of jewellery, hand-crafted objects, soft collectable teddy bears and aromatherapy products combined with a personal service and a local atmosphere can certainly help hit the spot.
A humpback whale has been reported off the Suffolk coast – almost a year after the county’s first ever recorded sighting caused a stir among wildlife enthusiasts.
Happily basking on Horsey beach, some seal pups will be growing fast over the coming months.
Rain, rain — go away. With today’s heavy showers it pays to be prepared for your summer fun not to be spoilt. Thankfully there is still plenty to do with wellies and an umbrella. SIMON PARKIN picks 25 places to head to stay dry.
A sleep study conducted on little Phyllisity Ramm showed a shocking 88 episodes of not breathing in just one night, her parents have revealed.
Norwich Arts Centre is celebrating after scooping a national award.
Colin Hartless, with help from Vauxhall retailer Thurlow Nunn at King’s Lynn, bravely embarked on the Banger Rally Challenge 2014 – a unique rally which discourages racing and encourages the thrill of the ride!
Try searching our archive of new and used road tests
(e.g. Ford, Golf, Hatchback, 4x4 etc)
Here are today’s events for the Norfolk and Norwich Festival
Majestic Dunston Hall opened its doors to the EDP Wedding Show yesterday. Here we showcase the highlights from a spectacular day,
Five historic Norfolk churches will be preserved for future generations, after securing more than £750,000 for much-needed repairs.
Fancy living on the Broads? Then this Art Deco style house in Wroxham for sale for £795,000 could be for you.
Looking for something to do? Try our front-page puzzle, sudoku or some arcade classics.
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Whether you are living to work, or working to live, thousands more people in our region are still toiling well beyond the state pension age.