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MP Elizabeth Truss has backed Norfolk in the face of more than 1,150 potential job losses.

Our latest Young Norfolk Sports Academy update comes from artistic gymnast Laura-Rose Cooke.

A look at our transatlantic links as America celebrates Thanksgiving

Annette Bening does a magnificent job as the Oscar-winning 1950s Hollywood screen siren who finds romance and happiness with a younger man, but her life changes forever when she is diagnosed with breast cancer in the 1970s.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis finds out more about the latest craft brewery in East Anglia, Station 119.

This was the advice from an eminent agricultural economist as sector leaders gathered near Norwich to hear about and debate advances in the industry.

A collection of letters, written from the battlefields of the First World War, inspired a Suffolk woman to research her uncle’s bright life and devastating death.

Peaky Blinders is set to return for a fourth series – here’s TV Editor Stacia Briggs’ cutting edge guide to the gangster family epic with razor-sharp style.

What to watch tonight

Thursday, November 9, 2017

Thursday’s best TV: Sam Smith, Angry,White and American, Paul O’Grady

Take a look at these festive inspired painted rocks created by one of the members of the ‘Norfolk Rocks’ Facebook group.

Richard Weaver, President of the National Society of the Washington Family Descendants, has travelled from Washington DC in America to present a plaque to St Catherine’s Church in Ludham.

Opinion: Celeb magazines give a false impression of the ease of conception for older women, says Sharon Griffiths.

Take a trip down memory lane with our fabulous photographic celebration of East Anglian life through the decades. Today we take a nostalgic look back at the market town of Thetford, situated 28 miles south west of Norwich.

The remarkable picture you see here shows history in the making - the Russian Revolution - and Suffolk journalist and poet Aidan Semmens’ grandmother took it. Aidan tells her story.

We caught up with The Cadillac Three’s lap-steel player Kelby Ray ahead of their headline show at the UEA on November 15.

Video: Scotty’s brave little soliders meet NFL stars

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Eight bereaved armed forces children came face to face with American NFL sporting legends thanks to a charity.

Think of George Washington and people will say he was the first president of America who helped to end British rule to enable the start of a new nation.

Richard Bainbridge waxes lyrical about an East Anglian brand that’s gaining European acclaim.

It was 160 years when one of the first schools of its kind in the world opened in a small room above a carpenter’s shop in King Street, Norwich, with 53 young scholars. Derek James tells the story of the Carrow School.

From Abraham Lincoln’s ancestral home to Thomas Paine, East Anglia has a strong connection with the United States of America.

Norfolk Rocks cracks America

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Norfolk Rocks has made its mark across the pond after a painted pebble was discovered in Oklahoma.

After 22 years with Glasgow pop/rock outfit Del Amitri, Justin Currie made the rash decision to go it alone and now he is bringing his band to the Waterfront in support of his fourth solo album, This Is My Kingdom Now.

International orchestras and sought-after soloists feature in a new classical music series at Norwich Theatre Royal which seeks to cement Norfolk’s name on the classical music map.

A west Norfolk pharmacist died after a road accident in America.

A new exhibition of works by Bob Dylan is being displayed for the first time in Norwich.

The first shots fired by Stephen Paddock from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel sounded like nothing more than fireworks.

Opinion: Sharon Griffiths is baffled at how gun-obsessed America can get worked up about fireworks...

It is THE big question.

When Philip and Vanessa Dyer made the spontaneous decision to tie the knot in Las Vegas they could never have possibly imagined how they would spend their wedding night.

A dance explosion featuring some top tap-dancers but without the traditional top hat and tails, and with no jazz-hands in sight, Tap Factory, which is coming to Lowestoft and Norwich, mixing urban rhythms and some circus-style set-pieces.

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