Singer-songwriter Newton Faulkner has announced he will be coming to Norwich on his latest tour.

Friend of French Presidential candidate Emmannuel Macron and Mid Norfolk MP George Freeman has dubbed the independent challenger to Marine Le Pen as a “modern day JFK”.

A metal detectorist sparked dramatic scenes in West Runton at the weekend - after unearthing a bomb among the rocks on the beach.

A global event, organised to honour a radio pioneer, has been hailed a success.

This summer East Anglia offers a plethora of music events covering a wide range of genres. Whether you like to boogie to Bananarama, clap along to Mumford and Sons, be swept away by classical tones, or prefer the blues vibe of Rag ‘n’ Bone Man, there is more than enough variety to suit the discerning music-lovers in Suffolk, Norfolk and Essex. Here’s our pick of the best...

Norfolk’s woodlands offer some of the country’s places to witness spectacular displays of spring bluebells. And after a mild spring the blue woodland carpet should be glorious this year.

A motorcyclist was clocked doing 110mph on the A47 at Gorleston as week-long police campaign to target speeders continues.

An industry initiative has been re-launched aiming to develop young people’s skills in one of East Anglia’s key farming sectors.

In his very first interview after being appointed Norwich City sporting director, Stuart Webber was asked what he thought was the main reason for the club’s struggles and failings over the last couple of seasons.

Patients who have survived oesophageal cancer will take part in a ‘blow your whistle’ awareness day at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH).

Six F-35A Lightning IIs, the “most sophisticated aircraft in history”, are on a training deployment to RAF Lakenheath to reinforce NATO allegiances and to prepare the base for when it welcomes the warplanes permanently.

British Sugar owner Associated British Foods (ABF) has seen a strong rise in its half-year profits thanks, in part, to the Brexit hit pound.

A snap election will “smoke out the shrill divisive siren voices of British politics”, according to Mid Norfolk MP George Freeman.

A driver was caught doing more than double the speed limit in a Norfolk village as police begun a week-long campaign to target speeders.

Reports that the United States European Command (EUCOM) was rethinking the closure of RAF Mildenhall have been denied.

It is the world’s fastest and Europe’s longest zip line.

RAF Lakenheath has welcomed a small number of F-35A Lightning IIs as part of a long-planned training deployment to Europe.

A week-long campaign to target drivers who speed on Norfolk and Suffolk’s roads starts next week - with police and fire officers warning that even keeping to the limit can be too fast.

This week I say farewell to the Eastern Daily Press and the East Anglian Daily Times.

The CEO of a company which had £10,000 stolen from a branch in Thetford has said the worker who was confronted by the robber is “very shaken and upset”.

The number of people trespassing on the region’s railway lines is at an all time high, as it was revealed one person trespasses and puts their life at risk an hour nationally.

Offering Polish lessons in British schools could strengthen relations between the two countries, the Polish Ambassador to London has said.

Despite steady growth across the country Norfolk has seen a decline in domestic and overseas sales at the start of 2017.

It took less than a week for Stuart Webber to flex his muscles as Norwich City’s new sporting director.

Norwich City are to continue their backroom shake-up with the departures of three key staff members following the appointment of sporting director Stuart Webber.

Horsford’s Carl Waller-Barrett has won the European Championship for national hot rods for the second year in a row.

The sugar industry has become a focal point for a key debate on post-EU food policy – should the government’s priority be free trade or protecting British farmers? CHRIS HILL reports.

Scientists and experts from overseas must be allowed to continue to come to the UK after Brexit, MPs have said.

The aerospace industry and American market have helped a filtration manufacturer to make a good start to 2017 with revenues up 6%.

Two of Norfolk’s leading Brexit backers are at odds over Britain’s immigration policy post-Brexit.

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