They’ve opened for Status Quo, The Darkness and Slade, but now Walkway are preparing for one of their most special shows to date.

Norwich North is a prized seat for the Conservatives.

It has one of the fastest eroding coastlines in Europe and it has unearthed some mammoth surprises in recent times.

Sally B, the actual four-engined Memphis Belle from the Hollywood Blockbuster of the same name, was a major coup for the airshow last summer.

The battle for power in North Norfolk is a fascinating one.

Whether producing award-winning work, capturing the hearts of audiences or highlighting humanitarian projects, the Grammy-Award winner has proved to be one of the globe’s top jazz vocalists. Now she is set to bring her distinctive style to Norwich.

Fears the Brexit vote would impact negatively on the number of foreign tourists coming to the region have proved unfounded, with some signs the opposite has in fact happened.

The avant-garde music pioneers will share a stage in Norwich, the only UK date outside London for their American Style project.

We all get so used to listening to the negatives about the refugee crisis, that it comes as a great relief to hear somebody with a positive outlook. “It changes lives to get engaged,” says Marianne Cornil, co-artistic director of Theatre Fragile which is presenting We Meet In Paradise at The Forum as part of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival.

North Norfolk has been identified as the seat that will hand the Tories a “proper majority” if it turns blue.

Senior politicians will be heading for Norwich tomorrow as the BBC’s Question Time films its latest programme in the city.

‘Hearing is not like seeing’.

Opinion: UKIP’s tactical voting plea to defeat Norman Lamb in North Norfolk is a disgrace, says Steven Downes.

The EDP asks North West Norfolk candidates questions given by College of West Anglia students on important issues facing young people.

The Eurovision Song Contest’s official theme for 2017 is ‘Celebrate Diversity’ - rather apt as over the years a wide variety of culturally and muscially diverse acts have performed in the annual sequinned spectacular. Martine Silkstone asked friends and colleagues for their most memorable Eurovision moments from years gone by and, with smiles, sentiment and occasionally a sense of shame, each surprisingly suggested a different song.

Festival-goers are set to have an out-of-this-world experience during the opening week of this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Festival.

Arts correspondent Emma Knights finds out more about the Museum of the Moon which is heading to the city.

The normally quiet streets of a small Norfolk town are about to be transformed by the visit of one of the UK’s largest musical celebrations of its type.

Stuart Webber insists reports he has bolstered Norwich City’s recruitment set-up with the appointments of Chris Badlan and Kieran Scott are wide of the mark.

UKIP will not be standing a general election candidate in North Norfolk and have urged their supporters to ‘lend’ their votes to the Conservatives to unseat Norman Lamb.

Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron has conceded the General Election is a “foregone conclusion” but called on voters in East Anglia not to hand Theresa May a “colossal landslide”.

Eight of the “most sophisticated aircraft in history” which were on a training deployment at RAF Lakenheath have returned home to the United States.

A spirit of revolution will be reflected in the performances at Suffolk’s largest multi-arts festival this summer.

Stuart Webber is closing in on Norwich City’s new head coach but Michael O’Neill is not on his shortlist.

A new mural by the Bristol-born graffiti artist Banksy appeared in Dover on Sunday, but one Twitter user has flagged up similarities with artwork by a Helhoughton man following the EU Referendum in 2016.

Robots and real-time diagnostics via drones and satellites are top of the technology wish-list for farmers, a study has revealed.

General election campaigns are invariably filled with bold declarations, sweeping arguments, stinging attacks and flippant faux pas.

Gardeners can quiz experts, and raise money for St John Ambulance, at a gala Gardeners’ Question Time evening in Norwich on Thursday, May 11

Who can fail to recall the horror stories banded about by the ‘remain’ campaign on the run up to last year’s Brexit referendum?

A national farming figurehead said British farmers must not be placed at a disadvantage compared to their European counterparts as a result of leaving the EU.

From scenes of Norwich to views of Venice, beautiful paintings from around the region and across Europe feature in the latest exhibition at The Gallery, Picturecraft in north Norfolk.

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