A teenager is organising a charity garage sale to raise money for Cancer Research UK.

An airsoft centre in West Raynham has become the first location in the UK to host Duke of Edinburgh award residentials.

You do not necessarily have to travel to Scotland to enjoy all the fun of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Arts correspondent Emma Knights looks at shows from the Fringe heading to Norwich.

After spending rather too much time pondering whether to race at Run Norwich I eventually made the decision to run…and I’m so glad I did!

A man who disregarded his age to fight in the First World War is the subject of a new drama at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

An air link between Norwich Airport and the north-east of England will take off once more this autumn, restoring a route that was last flown 20 years ago.

Norfolk’s cultural champions are set to be celebrated at the annual Norfolk Arts Awards.

Timothy West and Prunella Scales, the stars of Great Canal Journeys, recently spent time on the Broads filming for their new series which will be aired in October.

The Nelson Museum in Great Yarmouth has celebrated its 15th anniversary.

A South Norfolk community group which brings young and old people together is in desperate need of volunteers, just one year after forming.

The drama of university freshers’ week is the subject of a play written and performed by Norwich students

A man who was a science teacher, deputy head and later head of the Hospital School in Great Yarmouth has died at the age of 91.

Heartfelt and hilarious, punchy and political, the stand-up who is a familiar face from Mock the Week and 8 out of 10 Cats will be shooting from the lip at she takes to the mic at the Norwich comedy festival.

A presentation was held at a school in King’s Lynn to celebrate achievements in the Duke of Edinburgh awards.

From music to theatre, cabaret to comedy to talk, the Holt Festival begins this weekend with another diverse programme of events. There is still time to grab tickets for some highlights.

King’s Lynn Stars have received a further blow with the news that reserve Lewis Rose has suffered a broken collarbone.

Having previously won the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year and selling out the Edinburgh Festival for the month of August, Seann Walsh managed to draw a crowd, with the Comedy Stage overflowing.

The books of Gruffalo creators Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler are much loved and the latest stage adaptation based on their work is a musical love story involving scarecrows. Director Eva Sampson and lyricist Darren Clark tells us more.

What it’s like to grow up gay and working class in seemingly affluent north Norfolk.

Nearly 2,000 people are being kept alive across East Anglia thanks to organ transplants.

Edinburgh Fringe winning performance poet Luke Wright shares his, sometimes reluctant, love of East Anglia.

From a daybreak disco to political comedy, there is lots for audiences to look forward to at Norwich Arts Centre this summer.

Budding young wordsmiths from four north Norfolk primary schools had a chance to share the stage with two top poets, at an inter-school poetry slam held at Sheringham Little Theatre to celebrate the end of a three-month project run by children’s arts organisation Falcon.

There was added royalty at Gresham’s School speech day this year, with a surprise appearance from HRH Princess Anne.

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is to comedians what Glastonbury is to musicians and Cannes is to film-makers.

June 2017 was notable as being the hottest since the even more extreme June of 1976, the month that began the classic hottest summer of the 20th century.

A group of five former students from Hethersett Old Hall School (HOHS) have attended a ceremony at Buckingham Palace to receive their gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Awards.

The doctor turned comedian knows his way to the funny bone. As he bring his new show about saving the NHS to Diss Corn Hall, he tells us about swapping a stethoscope for stand-up.

A Norwich poet will be walking in the footsteps of famous Tudor actor William Kemp as he makes the trip from London to Norwich to raise money for the MS Society.

Sarah Millican is bringing her one-woman Control Enthusiast show to Norwich.

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