November 28 2014 Latest news:
The death of crime writer PD James has saddened fans of her detective stories and claimed one of Suffolk’s adopted daughters. STEVEN RUSSELL examines why she’s claimed a place in our hearts
A busy period for our businesses sees the dawning tomorrow of Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Small Business Saturday following in quick succession.
Shining examples of excellence in Norfolk’s tourism industry were unveiled last night at a black tie awards dinner.
It has been a while since this great Lloyd Webber/Tim Rice classic hit the stage of Norwich Theatre Royal but one thing was for sure – the audience was hungry for this feel-good musical.
A Norfolk hospital has defended its decision to offer a £40,000 “golden hello” to recruit one consultant.
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.
Constitution Motors in Norwich has undergone a makeover and taken on more staff following the success of its new partnership with Mitsubishi Motors.
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There is disruption on rail services to Peterborough after a man was hit it by a train
The EDP today launches its biggest ever wedding competition, with prizes totalling more than £25,000. It’s a must-enter competition for anyone planning their wedding and will be held at the two-day EDP Wedding Show in February. Get your tickets now!
Five historic Norfolk churches will be preserved for future generations, after securing more than £750,000 for much-needed repairs.
Four mayors, lots of writers and a relative of the Caley chocolate manufacturers all once lived on The Crescent in Norwich and now you can too - for £725,000.
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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.