March 13 2014 Latest news:
International designers Patrick Ian Hartley and Juliana Sissons, original fashion and a sneak peek at some of the final designs from the third year fashion degree students at the Norwich University of the Arts, puts Norwich on the fashion map at fashion week.
In amongst the classic looks of Norwich Fashion Week were a handful of bizarre trends that raised eyebrows on the front row.
A long-running Norfolk boat show has joined forced with a eco-festival to host events on land and on water.
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.
An article concerning Duncan Forbes (March 6) has brought back some wonderful memories of him for members of the Norwich Swan Swimming Club.
A former headteacher who enjoyed hobby jam-making for herself and friends has just won world recognition for her home-made marmalades.
With BMW Motorrad launching five new models on Saturday, March 15, Lind Motorrad will be celebrating this exciting start of the riding season with a launch event including an exclusive preview of the new models on the Friday.
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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.