March 9 2014 Latest news:
With a milestone birthday just around the corner – and I’m too slow to find an alternative route – it’s time to line up a glittering Norfolk cast to grace the occasion.
Jack Steadman hit the road to work on songs for Bombay Bicycle Club’s fourth album, and found inspiration aplenty. But as he tells Andy Welch, he couldn’t have done it without his bandmates.
The businessman behind a proposed watersports venture in Southwold has reassured critics that public safety will not be put at risk by his plans.
Dragons are the creations of myth and legend - from St George to fantasy novels. But they’ve also had a long association with Norwich’s history, architecture and civic heritage, which the unmissable events below aim to highlight.
It was a school reunion as unique as the student at the centre of all the attention – as a recovering Watton teenager returned to meet up with friends a few months after doctors said he would die from his illness.
Yesterday marked the celebration of World Book Day, where authors and schools around the world worked together to promote the importance of reading - and home-made fancy dress.
Five smart new liveried Renault Trafic vans have made a specialist crop storage company the cream of the crop.
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While shivering through one of the coldest winters in recent years, many Norfolk people would have jumped at the chance to relocate to the warmer climes of Florida.
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When it comes to choosing a pair of spectacles, most of us will try on a few designs, check the latest trends and see what our friends and family think of the frames. For dispensing opticians like James Conway at Dipple & Conway, its three years’ hard study and annual training “top-ups” to be able to interpret people’s prescriptions. Amanda Sandland-Taylor finds out more.