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Climate change could spell disaster for drinkers – causing a global beer shortage and potentially doubling the price of a pint, warned Norwich researchers.

The East Anglia ONE wind farm off the coast of Lowestoft is beginning to take shape. Business writer Bethany Whymark and visual specialist Antony Kelly went out to sea to see the progress.

How to choose a high school

Friday, October 12, 2018

How can we decide the next five years of education - and what about little sister?

Apparently dad jokes are in vogue... whatever next, asks Lynne Mortimer, dad dancing?

Sam Allardyce says he is unlikely to consider a Championship club, after a bizarre attempted bet linked the former Bolton and West Ham boss with Norwich City.

Everyone seems to take selfies these days but, for Steven Downes, the holiday selfie, has got to stop, especialy when it gets extreme

One reader thinks the age of IT presents a major threat to society. Do you agree?

This week our financial columnist looks at how pensions fare across the globe – and which country is the wealthiest when it comes to their state pension

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is set to play a key role in improving productivity in East Anglian farming as the region fosters improved trade links with countries such as China, delegates at a House of Lords event heard.

Motoring editor Andy Russell grew up with Lotus. Here he looks at why people took this Norfolk sports car maker to their heart, sharing the ups and downs, success and failure and why, 70 years after being founded by Colin Chapman, it is still very much in the driving seat.

From James Dyson to Olivia Colman, a new exhibition will celebrate the contribution that Gresham’s School has made in the field of design, engineering and the arts.

Quality not quantity is what counts.

While countries including the US are quibbling with China over trade, one Norfolk toy maker is having unprecedented success in Asia’s biggest market.

Six books on the shortlist. Here’s all the gen about who, what why, where, when and how

How old do you think Olivia Newton-John will be next week? We look at her life and career: from East Anglia to Eurovision and Grease, and her fight with cancer

As New Anglia LEP prepares for its annual general meeting today, its chairman Doug Field still feels he has unfinished business, he told business editor Mark Shields.

A Norfolk and Norwich Hospital consultant has passed on his expertise to eye doctors in Africa after leading an international course in Kenya.

They say when you’re eating out abroad, you should go where the locals eat to get an authentic experience. So when Geraldine Scott wanted real dim sum in Norwich a restaurant popular with Chinese friends was going to be the place to go.

An East Anglian pig farmer has called for a cull of wild pigs to help defend the UK herd against a devastating disease which has broken out in continental Europe.

UK pig farmers are being warned to be on the alert following an “extremely concerning” outbreak of African swine fever (ASF) in wild boar in Belgium.

Leading plant science institutions in Norfolk have joined calls for government to address the implications of a European Union ruling over genetic modifications.

I’ve tried to pitch it as ‘Silence of the Lambs meets The Matrix’, says Lee Francis, who’s written the book with Simon Scarrow

Students at the Iceni Academy in Methwod have had the opportunity to start a new school year by studying a new subject.

The head of a Suffolk brewery is set to step down after presiding over a remarkable turnaround.

When turnaround expert Steve Magnall joined Suffolk brewery St Peter’s in 2015, the business was going through a tough time.

As Brexit outcomes become more unpredictable by the day, Tony Wenham meets a campaigner with a clear vision of how leaving the EU could boost a traditional east coast industry and bring new prosperity to her town.

Beers and ales brewed in East Anglia will be filling up supermarket shelves in China, thanks to a deal between a Suffolk brewery and a Chinese importer.

It’s 95 years since British film legend Richard Attenborough was born, on August 29, 1923. Sadly, he died in 2014 just before his 91st birthday, but he left a unique legacy of classic films.

It was a successful first week for the Norfolk Broads Yacht Club Sail Training Academy in their Cadet fortnight.

Here is our monthly look back at some of the criminals who were jailed in Norfolk courts in July.

The owners of Group Lotus are preparing to pump nearly £1.5bn into building the Norfolk manufacturer into a global sportscar heavyweight, according to reports.

A family’s fundraising efforts in memory of a wife, mother and grandmother has seen them donate nearly £13,000 to a local hospice.

One, two, three, four - are you ready for the thumb wars?

Artists, galleries and art dealers are being invited to get involved in one of the region’s biggest contemporary art fairs which will take place in Norwich later this year.

If you’re already avoiding animal products in your diet and wardrobe, you wouldn’t tolerate a beauty regime that was cruel to animals either.

Reckitt Benckiser reported better-than-expected figures last week, helped by good performance in its consumer healthcare division.

As show gardeners sweated over the finishing touches to their creations, none could remember a hotter, drier run-up to the big day.

The family of a little boy with a rare genetic disorder say they have inundated with support from across Norfolk following a £25,000 fundraising appeal.

Members of a Holt retired businessmen’s club enjoyed a talk about one woman’s experience travelling in Asia.

As Beijing-based Ofo announces it is withdrawing its bike sharing service from Norwich, here is all you need to know behind the company which brought bright yellow bikes to the city.

On Saturday, England will lock horns with Sweden for a place in the World Cup semi-finals.

Norfolk professional Andrew Marshall warmed up for a crack at the Open Championship with a win in France - but was unable to build on it in final qualifying.

A team of Norfolk colleagues will be jetting off to China later this year, having won a five-a-side football tournament.

The summer solstice marking the longest day and shortest night of the year, is on June 21. Will you be heading for stonehenge for a bit of druidical observance or simply going to bed at the usual time and wondering why it’s not dark?

An independent school in Norfolk is to open an international nursery campus in China.

One of Lowestoft’s biggest employers is showing off a newly built ship before it heads to Scotland to start its working life.

One of the greatest aerial spectacles of the modern world, the smoke-trailing Red Arrows’ high speed precision flying has made them stars around the globe.

Chris Sargisson, chief executive of Norfolk Chamber of Commerce, explains why looking ahead is essential to Norfolk’s future.

Pret A Manger’s chief executive has announced staff are to receive a £1,000 bonus after the company announced it was to be bought for £1.5bn to a businesscontrolled by a family of German billionaires.

There was never any doubt what T’Pau would finish with and the Let’s Rock crowd were on their feet as soon as Carol Decker uttered the words last song.

Retro hits will draw thousands to Earlham Park in Norwich on Saturday. Simon Parkin looks at who will be taking to the stage at Let’s Rock Norwich!

Jason Butler of NW Brown on why the concessions between the US and China may not put an end to fears of a trade war between the two superpowers.

A Norfolk hairdresser is bringing joy to the people of Norwich through hair styling and puppies.

I get very annoyed at the cheap stereotypes on television that portray anyone good at maths as weird. All it does is strengthen a misconception some already have: maths is for other people.

Why not give everyone a great start in life by giving them a tax-free bonus?, says Sharon Griffiths.

Two Norwich scientists have won international honours for their work in the field of plant biology and its implications for both human health and agricultural crop protection.

A Norfolk MP has slammed the US president for his decision to back out of the Iran nuclear deal.

For a ninth year in a row thousands of lovers of the odd, the old, and the strange descended on Beccles for its Antiques Street Market.

Stansted airport’s chief has welcomed “a strong show of support” for controversial plans to expand it using its existing runway.

Visitors to the Blickling Estate will experience something different this season with an art installation marking a new chapter for the National Trust’s greatest book collection.

Iconic retailer Loose’s Cookshop will be closing after 227 years, turning instead to the online industry. Here’s how Norfolk reacted to the news.

Kathleen Turner’s sparky attitude, husky voice and sex appeal turned her into a star with a string of hit films in the 1980s and 90s. Now she is telling stories from her career and singing songs in a new one-woman show coming to the region.

For the team at Developing Experts, the pace of life seems only to get faster.

A geographer who has worked in New Zealand and China will take up a role at a Norfolk academy trust.

Collectables: Mike Hicks looks at the story of the harmonica.

Five children were suspected of being victims of human trafficking last year in Norfolk as police have worked to uncover the “hidden” crime of modern day slavery.

Daniel Farke has shuffled his pack for this afternoon’s Easter Monday clash with Queens Park Rangers, making four changes to his starting XI and handing Wes Hoolahan a rare start.

Alex Tettey has recovered from his foot injury in one of two changes made by Daniel Farke for Fulham’s Good Friday Championship visit.

Easter may be dominated by chicks, lambs and bunnies, but this baby camel could be stealing the show at a Norfolk zoo.

School children have been have been exploring the world of kite-flying as part of a spring project.

A system to protect offshore structures, cables and pipelines from scour will now be available in the US after an East Anglian company secured a patent.

Norwich City’s on-loan Tottenham starlet Marcus Edwards finally made his return to action as he played the opening hour of a 1-0 win in Poland for the England U20s.

Norfolk youngster Amy Taylor appears to be getting to grips with the tough challenge of playing Collegiate golf in the United States.

Former education minister Baroness Gillian Shephard joined international education experts at a conference in Norwich on Wednesday.

International action for Norwich City’s senior players begins on Thursday.

Gallery: Putting the MG into NMG… and Isuzu too

Saturday, March 17, 2018

NMG has taken on two iconic, heritage automotive marques in MG and Isuzu and is looking forward to building the brands in Norfolk. Managing director Grant Long tells motoring editor Andy Russell why they are a good fit with the NMG business.

Tenants living in a basement with no light, housed in a garage with no fire escape and renting a flat with water dripping out of electric sockets.

Angus Gunn and James Maddison are in the England U21s squad for a key European Championship qualifier later this month.

A top aerobatic team, whose pilots are all ex-Red Arrows, will be starring in the first ever Great Yarmouth Air Show this summer.

Strong interpersonal relationships will be key to building on the East of England’s growing export trade with China, a government expert says.

The man who spearheaded the organisation of Bungay’s Christmas lights scheme has died at the age of 70.

A battery charger made in China exploded inside a Norwich home with such force debris pierced through two full cans of beer.

It might traditionally be something only seen on the shelves of Asian speciality shops and in the cupboards of vegans – but now a Norwich shop is stocking tofu made from Norfolk-grown soya.

Holkham beach in Norfolk was the location for filming Annihilation, one of the most anticipated sci-fi films of 2018. But in the highest profile example yet in a revolution in the way films are being released, you won’t get to see it in the cinema.

Food from the region’s 
finest producers has been tasted and critiqued by Chinese students at the University of East Anglia (UEA).

Volunteers can help support a child bereavement charity at a retro music festival.

While most of the UK was battening down the hatches waiting for the Beast from the East to do its worst, Sheringham-based artist Kate Munro was heading off to Sweden, where temperatures hit as low as minus 35, and snowdrifts reached up to eight feet high.

Food from the region’s finest producers has been tasted and critiqued by Chinese students at the University of East Anglia (UEA).

An intrepid brain injury survivor from north Norfolk is celebrating his team PSP Logistics’ first win in the Clipper 17/18 Round the World Yacht Race.

The chief executive of a Southwold company on £170,000 a year has been banned from driving for six months with 21 penalty points for speeding after losing an ‘exceptional hardship’ plea.

Nothing was said – nor did it need to be – about the death of his wife Stacey, three weeks ago from brain cancer. But the applause for Paul Young when he thanked the crowd for coming along to Saturday night’s gig at The Waterfront in Norwich, with a simple: “It means so much”, showed the warmth felt for the man who added so many hits to the great British music scene of the 1980s.

Norfolk’s Will Harrold will once again be playing his golf in some far flung locations this year.

Some of the region’s most innovative manufacturing businesses are at the NAAME 2018 conference today. We take a look at some of the companies using technology to break new ground.

A young Norfolk clothing brand will be turning more heads in Asia after securing a new distribution deal.

A Norwich doctor is swapping his stethoscope for his bicycle and heading off on an epic solo adventure.

The Irish Republic, France, the US, Netherlands and Germany were the top five export markets for UK food and drink last year, according to government figures.

A Cromer crabber is making headlines as he fronts a global campaign for Britain’s national tourism agency.

More than two-thirds (68%) of the East of England’s mid-market businesses are looking to increase exports beyond Europe because of Brexit, according to research.

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