Nobody could’ve predicted the events of 2016. Who knows what’s still to come. Comedian and activist Mark Thomas aims to find out and maybe make a few quid on the side with his latest show.
Investigations are continuing in Bury St Edmunds following a blaze at the Cycle King on Friday night.
One PC has been dismissed and another given a final written warning after police were called to a Norwich hotel because of their “noisy and rowdy” behaviour.
A fishing tackle retailer is hoping to reel in £9m when it floats on the stock exchange.
The sister of a missing Essex man who was last seen in Norfolk will appeal to a nationwide television audience for help ensuring his safe return home.
Diversification and investment have been behind the growth of haulage, vehicle hire and property rental group.
Jacob Murphy has been receiving congratulations from around the football world after being named in an England Under-21 squad for the first time.
Train services between Norwich and London are running normally again after a problem arose with part of the track.
Norwich’s Zaiphan Morris came through the toughest test of his career on Friday night to claim his first major honour.
After a whirlwind arrival as manager of King’s Lynn Town, Norwich City legend Ian Culverhouse spoke to David Freezer about his ambitions as a manager.
Rail passengers travelling between Norwich and London this evening have experienced delays and disruption following a points failure.
A 10-point rail upgrade plan for East Anglia has been set out by one of the region’s rail operators with a warning cash needs to be found if the full benefits of new trains are to be enjoyed.
The train line between Norwich and London Liverpool Street has reopened after hours of disruption caused by damage to overhead wires in two locations in Essex.
Their faces are quickly becoming synonymous with Norwich City – and now the Murphy twins have both committed to continuing their rapid development with the Canaries.
An author has taken pen to paper to trace the fluctuating fortunes of his family and their formerly grand Norfolk estate.
Fifteen years after its darkest moment during the Foot and Mouth crisis, the resurgent Norwich Livestock Market is still going from strength to strength, say its directors.
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