September 21 2014 Latest news:
Sometimes a few words speak loudest of all - when the Queen made her comment on today’s Scottish referendum, she did it succinctly in just nine words. STACIA BRIGGS finds out how small talk can make a big difference.
The discovery deep in the Arctic of Captain John Franklin’s doomed vessel has solved one of the greatest maritime mysteries. Mark Nicholls looks at the part played in the tale by a Norfolk mariner.
The Broads is poised to re-brand itself as a national park in a move being welcomed by tourism leaders as an important way of attracting more visitors.
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 mental health trust has been urged to improve the standard of community-based support after a survey of patients ranked Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust near the bottom of a national league table.
The love of the great British scone will see bakers do battle in a bid to be crowned a Norfolk champion.
The first Reepham Festival of Classic Cars and Bikes will take place on Sunday, September 28.
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
Planning a wedding? With the new free Bride app, you’ve got everything you need to create the day of your dreams at your fingertips.
Roughly 200 people have volunteered at a beloved abbey on the River Bure as the project to restore it comes to an end.
The Old Rectory in Buckenham - once owned by a reverend who was so successful he had a pulpit installed in his garden so he could preach to the masses who would come from far and wide - is for sale for £765,000 with Savills.
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