January 29 2015 Latest news:
Standing shoulder to shoulder in silent sorrow – this was the scene in thousands of towns and cities across Britain as the nation marked Holocaust Memorial Day.
If you stand in a good Norfolk wind for a while you don’t want to raise your hands to your face. That’s because you fear you’d discover that all the flesh has been flayed off and the bones of your skull were all that’s left. Not that you’d be able to feel anything with your hands.
The waiting game is going on for scores of staff at four Norfolk pubs owned by a celebrity chef.
Christmas is just around the corner and we’ve got a stack of fantastic goodies to give away in our annual Langleys Toys and Norwich Theatre Royal competition. Win one of the top 10 toys for 2014 and tickets to this year’s pantomime, Peter Pan, and light up the faces of the little ones in your life. STACIA BRIGGS and Aunt Delilah present some fantastic Christmas prizes.
Health chiefs want to double the size of the biggest accident and emergency department in our area.
The entrepreneurs behind a very British fast food restaurant launched in Norwich have unveiled ambitious plans to turn their concept into a national brand.
Volkswagen’s all-new Passat is a class act with premium prospects, says motoring editor Andy Russell.
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It’s the third largest cruise ship in the world - but proudly claims to be the most high-tech. But there’s much more to Quantum of the Seas than futuristic gimmicks, writes David Powles.
Pale yellow with grey is a new and sophisticated look for weddings this year; creating a fresh twist to the pastel theme taking over from the purple and navy of the past few years.
Mark Nicholls focuses on a new book which gives us an enticingly fresh angle on Norfolk’s churches.
Local estate agents state what they think puts off potential buyers when viewing properties
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