Here’s our guide to the events for families who love nature at this year’s Norwich Science Festival and Norfolk Festival of Nature.

A meteor shower will be visible over Norfolk at the end of this week.

Half term certainly began with a bang!

The scene is typical Norfolk: the farmer in a tractor, irrigating a field. Less typical is the robot helping the farmer make decisions, like which part of the field needs more water and which needs less.

A local anatomist and artist has created a new exhibition for Norwich Science Festival to champion the work by inspirational women at the UEA.

One in three Norfolk children are finishing primary school obese or overweight, new figures reveal.

As part of our series previewing the Norwich Science Festival, Bethany Wales looks at five weird and wonderful events not to be missed.

Here’s our guide to the best entertainment on offer for grown-ups at this year’s Norwich Science Festival.

Emergency road works have closed a busy town centre road, and forced 25 buildings to go without power.

Scientists have unlocked the hidden secrets of a severely burnt Norfolk stroll dating back to the 16th century using new X-ray methods.

Switching to electric cars is a ‘chicken and egg’ situation in this area for, despite a good uptake, many drivers are put off by a lack of public charging infrastructure. Motoring editor Andy Russell visited an experience day to help motorists find out more.

The event aims to squash food waste by giving families ideas of how to use their pumpkins after Halloween.

Some of the biggest questions in life such as ‘how does God fit into the Big Bang theory?’ will be discussed as part of a series of autumn talks at a Norfolk church.

Norwich Science Festival will start with a bang with its explosive learning programme.

A bovine TB test developed by a Suffolk firm looks set to be a game-changer in the battle against a disease which has plagued livestock herds all over the world and shows little sign of abating.

They are labelled by some cyclists as ‘cheating’ and lazy’.

But that hasn’t stopped electric bikes, or e-bikes, from becoming an increasingly popular choice for those who would prefer to get around on two wheels rather than four.

A Norfolk photographer has captured a breath-taking aerial shot showing the whole of Sheringham, from the seafront, to Pretty Corner woods on the outskirts of town.

Those with a passion for the stars, the planets, and the universe headed to Seething Observatory for the first of a series of public events.

According to NASA’s Spot The Station website the International Space Station will be appearing over Norfolk until October 5.

Pupils at a primary school in Norfolk were given the chance to handle rare nuggets of billion-year-old meteorites and mars rocks.

Students from the University of East Anglia (UEA) have launched a first-of-its-kind wellbeing app to help their peers understand their emotions, develop coping strategies, and access the support they need, in time for the new university term.

A world renowned adventurer and science presenter has gone to the very top of the world to shout about the city’s science festival.

What’s the difference between taste and flavour? Visitors at Wymondham Abbey’s Veggie Fest found out as science volunteers carried out interactive experiments on the public.

An overlapping period of visibility means that lucky sky gazers could catch all eight planets in our solar system in one night.

It was cutting edge in its day, now the exploits of a Norfolk airship that made history is to be told with some modern day hi-tech technology.

Hundreds of people have signed a petition calling on BT Openreach to end delays to improving mobile phone reception in North Walsham.

Homes and businesses in rural parts of Norfolk are still suffering from a lack of 4G mobile phone coverage, according to latest figures from Ofcom.

Opposing views have been expressed after it emerged that there would be no new public inquiry into controversial plans for two wind turbines in north Norfolk.

A Suffolk biotech start-up has secured £400,000 as it launches a range of products to help combat the spread of TB in cattle.

Hopes of campaigners for a new public inquiry into controversial plans for two wind turbines in north Norfolk have been dashed by a new High Court ruling.

Crystals, The Five Senses and The Dangers to Marine Life were just some of the projects on show at Neatherd High School’s science fair.

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