The mystery of what happened to a missing Magritte painting has led art experts from New York to Stockholm to Norwich. And now, the final part of the jigsaw has been found in Brussels, arts correspondent Emma Knights reports.

A group of locals held a special ceremony to salute the Pakefield men who died during the First World War.

Hundreds gathered at the war memorial on Lowestoft’s Royal Plain to remember those who have given their lives fighting for their country.

A century ago the Battle of Passchendaele came to an end.

The response to the appointments of local athletes Chris Merrylees and Dominic Blake as the new managers of the Norfolk Cross-Country team has been overwhelmingly positive.

The churchwarden of a Norfolk village has appealed for help in honouring its only fallen soldier.

A local aviation historian is giving people an insight into the stories behind the loss of some of the Lowestoft airmen serving in the RAF during the Second World War.

A European-funded project will allow the Broads Authority to continue restoring areas of eroded reed bed at Hickling Broad.

Experts Beer&Co share their top beers you’ve really got to sample.

Out There International Festival of Circus and Street Arts assembles another zany international cast of circus performers, streets artists and strange happenings this weekend. We preview what not to miss at what promises to be another weird weekend by the seaside.

Norfolk’s Alfie Hewett and his Scottish playing partner Gordon Reid made a unique piece of sporting history when they won the first ever wheelchair tennis match to played on Arthur Ashe Court, earning them a place in Saturday’s men’s doubles final at the US Open.

Intense rain and flooding of the Autodromo Nazionale Monza not only played havoc with the Italian Grand Prix qualifying but also impinged on the support programme with the GP3 qualifying and first race cancelled.

Consumers are expected to snap up the last of the most powerful vacuum cleaners on the market as a new law banning those rated above 900 watts comes into effect.

People in Cromer are being urged to sponsor a poppy cross ahead of a town councillor’s poignant visit to Tyne Cot Cemetery in Belgium.

Encouraging people to see the good in their town is one of the main thrusts of Great Yarmouth’s new FM radio station.

While most soldiers who served in the First World War did so on foot, some were mounted in the saddles of bicycles.

The journey of a long-lost World War One medal remains shrouded in mystery after it disappeared for decades only to emerge at a recycling centre in Norwich.

The Summer League title race is now on a knife edge as defending champions Wymondham dropped vital points.

A Norwich band is in final preparations for its Last Post Remembrance Ceremony at the Menin Gate in Leper, Belgium.

Wisbech Speed Skaters took a team of seven to Belgium for the Flanders Grand Prix European Cup meeting.

Two local First World War heroes will be honoured this month as commemorative stones are laid 100 years after they were awarded the highest military decoration, the Victoria Cross.

Bob Carter’s hopes of yet another Summer League Championship title were dealt a massive blow at Wymondham where the home side crushed Carter 8-0 to move top of the table.

In the first of two special features commemorating the centenary of one of the costliest campaigns of the First World War, Steve Snelling charts the fate of Norfolk soldiers during the 1917 Passchendaele offensive.

A Harley-Davidson group has marked a quarter of a century of visiting Fakenham with a special ride through the town.

The Mazda MX-5 of Red 5 Racing finished the third round of a three-hour endurance race battle-scarred but far from beaten.

Norfolk’s throwers were the top performers for the county at the English Schools Athletics Championships in Birmingham.

Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe’s successful season with Legia Warsaw has earned him a move to Greek champions Olympiacos, as the midfielder continues to bounce back from his disappointing spell with Norwich City.

A Magritte masterpiece at the centre of an international art mystery has returned to Norwich Castle after being in shows in Paris and Frankfurt. Arts correspondent Emma Knights reports.

East coast fishermen have welcomed the news the government is withdrawing the UK from an arrangement that allows foreign countries to fish in British waters.

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