Ireland’s top comedy hip-hop improv team — OK, maybe Ireland’s only comedy hip-hop improv team — Abandoman will be mixing beats, rhymes and laughs at Norwich’s comedy festival.

A father from Norwich was surprised after a photo he posted on Facebook of his creative child care solution went viral.

A colourful kaleidoscope of art inspired by America’s City of Angels takes centre stage in a new exhibition at Norwich Arts Centre.

Could you imagine going from being an active, sporty teenager to having to spend most of your day lying down?

A Norfolk engineering firm is aiming to be top of the pops in the snacking industry as it targets overseas growth.

Opinion: A friend’s travel ordeal shines a light on Trump’s America, says Aidan Semmens.

Do you love Pride and Prejudice, or Emma? On the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s death, we ask why she’s often lauded as Britain’s favourite novelist

The Beat Goes On: Lin Bensley casts a nostalgic look back to the local music scene of the Sixties and remembers two ‘furriners’ who proved a massive hit with local audiences - Geno Washington and Raymond Froggatt

An Austin A30 not only put radio enthusiast Allan Papworth on the road to freedom but on the air as well.

The glory days of Pixar’s first 10 films – the almost unbroken ascension from Toy Story to Up – seem a distant memory as this third sequel offers little new to grab your attention.

The parents of a seriously-ill baby who is fighting for his life have thanked the ongoing support from the Norfolk community.

A family faces the onslaught of a disease that has decimated America in a slow-burning psychological thriller directed by Trey Edward Shults.

Independence Day is the most important national holiday in the United States.

Becoming a ‘shock’ British champion has fired hopes of a World Championship place for City of Norwich Athletic Club’s middle-distance star Iona Lake.

Their last school bell may have rung more than 30 years ago, but the school leavers of 1983 and 1985 have found themselves back in the classroom once again.

Former King’s Lynn and Norwich City youngster Dom Dwyer is on an ‘amazing’ journey as he prepares to make his USA debut.

The University of East Anglia (UEA) has been awarded more than £75,000 for a project to continue the history of a Suffolk community that began almost 50 years ago.

The newest addition to Wymondham Heritage Museum traces the story of the market town alongside major events in British history.

Debate has raged over the past week about what could be behind a mysterious smell which has been reported in towns and villages across Norfolk.

King’s Lynn’s Adrian Flux Arena will be packed to the rafters on Saturday night, as Great Britain look to go one better than last year, in this season’s Speedway World Cup. MIKE BACON takes a look at their hopes – and their opponents.

The Flaming Lips - UEA Nick Rayns LCR

It’s hosted hundreds of gigs over the years but I doubt the UEA has seen anything like this before.

Former Pop Idol wannabe turned West End leading man Darius Campbell is reprising his role in hit musical Funny Girl at Norwich Theatre Royal. He tells us why it’s a dream role, how he got to tease his dad and affection for his TV talent show days.

He was known and loved as S’Arry... one of the greatest and most colourful characters ever to walk the streets of Norwich.

Studded with ancient villages and bustling market towns, south Norfolk has plenty to offer. Reporter Stuart Anderson spent a day discovering the hidden gems of the county’s southern reaches.

When Alan Hall bought his first car on stormy night it coloured his judgment and also left him feeling blue!

The opera singer is teaming up again with the West End star for summer shows that bring them to Euston Hall, near Thetford, this weekend. He tells us about their friendship, his love of performing outdoors and weird backstage rituals.

The Flaming Lips are coming to Norwich UEA’s LCR and it hasn’t even sold out.

From Jem Mace to the Walsh boys and from Ginger Sadd to Jon Thaxton....Norfolk has produced, and still is producing talented and tough boxers.

The family of a toddler with a rare condition say one of her legs may now be amputated after they ran out of time in their efforts to raise £300,000.

Hot on the heels of Take That’s visit to Norwich’s Carrow Road on Thursday and Friday evening, starry-eyed Sir Elton John fans turned out in their thousands as the music legend’s long-awaited concert at Portman Road in Ipswich last night.

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