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Computer whizz kid George LeBon is exhibiting a new game at this year’s Norwich Gaming Festival.

Access has been restored to Norfolk County Council’s website after problems earlier today.

An internet safety expert has warned it would be “very simple” for criminals to perpetrate a repeat of last weekend’s global cyber attack.

Whether you own a business handling sensitive data or you just want to be safer online, organisations in Norfolk are holding events to help improve your knowledge of cyber threats.

The mysteries of the universe became a little clearer as experts shed light on galactic goings-on as part of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival.

A Norwich security expert said organisations need to use up-to-date software to avoid the evolving threat of cyber attacks.

A Norfolk hospital is yet to restore its systems after a national cyber attack on the NHS - but has told patients to come to their appointments on Monday.

It may not boast the giants of the aviation world but, as many conventional air shows cease to run, one model air show is soaring to new heights.

More than 100 people from north Norfolk are volunteering their time and backing a campaign to get improved mobile phone signal in the area.

Don’t panic if you see blue lights heading to Bacton gas terminal - it’s just an emergency response test exercise being carried out.

A film examining how design and technology can change existing industries will be screened for free at a Norwich event.

It is not every day the work pupils do in the classroom ends up helping professional scientists armed with a giant X-ray microscope the size of Wembley Stadium but that is exactly what sixth-from pupils in South Norfolk have been doing.

It has long led the way as a pioneer of science and research in the region.

It was all looking very James Bond-esque at Archbishop Sancroft High School in Harleston when pupils got a behind the scenes look at the science, technology, maths and engineering used by the armed forces.

A world-leading centre of plant science and microbiology is celebrating 50 years of food, farming and health innovations since its move to Norwich. Here are ten of its most significant global breakthroughs:

Airline passengers travelling to the UK from Middle Eastern countries are to be banned from carrying large electronic devices onboard, according to reports.

Save the pink pigeon! Dick Dastardly would’ve been horrified at any attempt to encourage a colourful cousin of his notorious foe.

Bird flu restrictions have been lifted from around a poultry farm near Redgrave, the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs has said.

An enterprising mother is calling for schools to focus on technology to prepare youngsters for the future job market.

Around 80 primary schools will compete against one another to win a fully-installed interactive technology suite worth over £6,750.

The developer behind two wind farms has further narrowed where the cables for the schemes would be buried beneath the Norfolk countryside.

The prayers of villagers living in a Norfolk wi-fi dead-spot have been answered. Faster broadband is on the way thanks to the local church.

A move to launch a free wi-fi zone in Sheringham has been delayed after the scheme failed to attract sufficient funds.

A team of students from Neatherd High School in Dereham represented the east of England at the national final for FIRST Lego League in Bristol.

Cromer-born inventor Sir James Dyson is planning a new multi-million pound research and development centre to dramatically expand his company’s footprint in the UK.

Some of the secrets of science will be unveiled to young and old at an upcoming family-friendly event.

Insurance giant Aviva has asked employees whether their jobs could be done better by robots - with those who answer “yes” being retrained for another role at the firm.

The founders of Norfolk’s first and only triathlon wear and equipment company are crediting superfast broadband as one of the reasons why their business is proving such a success.

Norfolk residents will be able to view the latest plans for a major project to bury miles of underground cables for a proposed windfarm.

Taking our hands off the wheel for the morning commute might sound like a futuristic - and foolish - idea.

Parents have backed the idea of teachers donning body cameras in the classroom - but they are unlikely to appear in the region anytime soon.

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