Inter Forever have confirmed the first three players who will feature for them at Carrow Road in May’s fund-raising game against a team of Norwich City legends.

From Spitting Image to ceramics, a new exhibition looks at the highlights of Roger Law’s extraordinary career. Arts correspondent Emma Knights finds out more.

OMD confirmed to appear at the retro festival in Earlham Park on a bill that also includes fellow snyth-pop legends The Human League, ABC, Nick Heyward and Heaven 17.

Waste paper collected from Norfolk households is being shipped 13,000 miles away to China for recycling – rather than being processed here.

A man was caught by Border Force officials trying to import a banned child sex doll and get it delivered to Norfolk, a court heard.

Opinion: Red Wednesday on November 22 is our chance to remember persecuted Christians. And there are lot of them in the world, says Sister Penelope Martin.

The rubber puppet of the US President will go on display for the first time at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts as part of a retrospective of the work of the satirical TV series co-creator Roger Law.

When Robert Fleming watched one of the world’s most powerful weapons detonate 60 years ago, little did he know of the lasting impact it would have on future generations.

“I love pantomime and hearing the children laughing – the special thing about pantomime is the audience.”

A forklift driver’s new bike-carrying bus design has received backing from the University of East Anglia (UEA) - but is in need of financial support.

Amid concerns of automation decimating the industrial workforce, a new report suggest 175,000 manufacturing jobs could be created over the next decade under a “fourth industrial revolution” using advanced digital technology.

Tom Ashton has recently returned from a successful visit to mainland China, making his debut in the China GT Championship and helping the local Xtreme Motorsport team to a pair of second places.

As he takes the reins at New Anglia LEP, chairman Doug Field says building better links with businesses must be the top priority. Mark Shields reports.

South West Norfolk MP Elizabeth Truss visited a Breckland school to meet with its new director and proprietor and discuss investment plans.

Costa Coffee owner Whitbread is hoping the so called “third wave” of coffee consumption will help it bounce back from slowing sales in its coffee shops.

From being a stylist in the fashion world, he became famous for making all shapes and sizes look great naked. Now he is bringing his debut live show to the region, full of stories, advice and lots of gossip.

Third quarter sales were hit at consumer goods giant Unilever by hurricanes in the US and poor weather in Europe.

Development sites and opportunities across Norfolk and Suffolk will be showcased to international investors with the aim of attracting projects to the region.

Businesses are reaping the benefits of changing exchange rates when it comes to exports but feeling the pinch at home.

The coloratura soprano has just released her debut classical album, Blessing, which she’s dreamt of making since she was a 14-year-old at Framlingham College, and now arrives in King’s Lynn and Norwich as part of her debut UK tour.

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.

For a short while, it was the Tubes, although they were superseded by the Police, who I first saw at Bath University around 1978 when, incredibly for a support band, they received a rapturous encore. Unfortunately, they didn’t know any more tunes, having performed their complete repertoire, so had to play Roxanne again, to tumultuous applause.

Opinion: Tackling the epidemic of sea-borne plastics is becoming an urgent issue, says Nick Conrad.

Glam rocker Marc Bolan’s music from Get It On to Ride a White Swan continues to inspire 20th century boy Nick Richards

Wishes were granted as the cast of this year’s fun-filled family pantomime congregated at the Marina Theatre to officially launch the show.

A Norfolk company leading the way in sports education has scored a deal with a US group to get American youngsters using football to improve their health.

A Chinese film star and UEA alumnus is set to return to her former university today as part of a campaign aimed at strengthening links between China and the UK.

Attending auctions can become almost compulsive behaviour for some people, particularly when property is up for sale, though for most of us, spending time in an auction room is usually a fascinating experience, especially if you arrive before proceedings get under way and grab the opportunity to browse through tables and boxes of interesting paraphernalia.

A Norwich man who was caught importing an obscene child-like doll has been given suspended prison sentence at Norwich Crown Court.

There was news of a trip to Brentford in the third round of the Carabao Cup to digest with breakfast for Norwich City fans this morning.

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