Her birth was a Blessing, but her death was a curse: Rebecca Nurse from Great Yarmouth was one of three sisters accused of witchcraft at the infamous Salem Witch Trials and was the second person to be hanged.

The 1990s rockers, fronted by Gavin Rossdale, judge on ITV’s The Voice, visit for one of just six dates in wake of new album, Black and White Rainbows.

Finnish writer-director Aki Kaurismaki turns out to be the ideal filmmaker to deal with the refugee crisis as he conjures another quirky portrait of modern life.

A village in Norfolk is coming together to support young martial arts star who will represent the UK in the World Martial Arts Games in Orlando.

Former James Bond star Sir Roger Moore has died in Switzerland after a short battle with cancer, his family has announced.

I was talking to my friend in New York on Saturday morning. And then it struck me. I was talking to my friend in New York and it was Saturday morning!

Wes Hoolahan has the green light to focus on Austria and fire the Republic of Ireland a step closer the World Cup finals.

Although you can apply for a job through a mobile phone app, many businesses still prefer to meet potential recruits face to face.

It’s time for all-change in our attitude to baby-changing facilities, says Nick Conrad.

The avant-garde music pioneers will share a stage in Norwich, the only UK date outside London for their American Style project.

Wes Hoolahan wants to mark 10 years at Norwich City with promotion back to the Premier League.

Two paintings by Norfolk artist Sir Alfred Munnings are expected to fetch more than £1.5m at an auction in America.

“Under surveillance” is the theme for this year’s The Story Machine which is returning to Norfolk and Norwich Festival for a second year.

A village has held a ceremony to remember the loss of airmen who flew from RAF Foulsham during the Second World War and looked back at a tragic mid-air collision between American and British aircraft.

Wes Hoolahan faces a trip to America to play Mexico next month in a warm up for the Republic of Ireland’s World Cup qualifier at home to Austria on June 11.

The Bishop of Norwich visited the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital on Friday where he took part in a ceremony at the hospital chapel.

Norwich City chairman Ed Balls said he has received “weird” television offers since starring in last year’s Strictly Come Dancing - and hinted that more appearances may be on the way.

Former members of a factory football team from the 1960s are invited to a reunion in Norwich this month.

People can enjoy music from around the world and across the spectrum at this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Festival.

Gallery: Mobile phone ‘shield’

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

With drivers increasing tempted to use hand-held smartphones, Nissan has turned to an 1830s invention to combat this modern problem with its Signal Shield concept.

A spirit of revolution will be reflected in the performances at Suffolk’s largest multi-arts festival this summer.

A group of friends from Poland and the UK are banding together to help the family of a Norwich girl in their mission to raise £300,000 and save her legs from amputation.

Nobody believed Ian Odgers when he told friends and family he was going to run the London Marathon.

Research has pinpointed the most stressful time of day for mothers – apparently it’s at 5.55pm, also known as Stop-Fighting-Switch-It-Off-Just-Eat-It o’clock.

A society marked its nineteenth birthday in a sea of bright red hats and purple dresses.

James Davenport is no stranger to the hazards of pursuing his dreams.

Maybe the least celebrated of the British patron saints’ days, England’s St George’s Day falls on April 23but the day also marks another important day in English history and culture.

The surreal works of a Hungarian artist are the feature of the first in a series of exhibitions in Norwich forging links between eastern Europe and the east of England.

With One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest re-released and a season of his 1970s classics being shown at Norwich’s Cinema City we hail a true Hollywood legend as he celebrates his 80th birthday.

The British reggae band UB40 has announced they will perform at Holkham Hall as part of their UK summer tour.

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