An arts charity from Great Yarmouth is taking the lead role in a national initiative to use circus and street arts to boost the economies of seaside resorts.

A Norfolk rally team is set to embark on a 1,500-mile trip across Europe in an old Mercedes as they look to raise funds for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).

Schools in Norfolk have been given an award to recognise their efforts to encourage children to be welcoming and inclusive.

A man who has been a church warden and publicity officer at Wymondham Abbey and a renowned harpist have been charged with sexually abusing a teenage boy.

The number of nurses coming to work in our region from the European Union has fallen, hospital leaders have said.

With almost dozens of trains cancelled between Norwich and London yesterday because of the hot weather, Greater Anglia has provided details which help explain the disruption.

When she was born in November 2014 little Emily Kearey weighed around the same as a loaf of bread and was having difficulty breathing.

It was a journey that took him from the sunny shores of the Mediterranean to snowy Alpine passes.

Commuters could avoid four working days a year in traffic jams if they switched to two wheels, according to the organiser of Ride to Work Week.

Whether the divorce from the European Union should see compromises on trade deals, single market access or free movement of people has come under question after Theresa May’s snap election backfired. Doug Faulkner asks the region’s business what they think.

Former Take That member Robbie Williams performed at the University of East Anglia on October 1 1997. Below are our report and reviews from the time.

A pair of Aylsham siblings will mark their birthdays with a difference this year, as the Parrish-Wain children travel to Europe to provide support in the refugee crisis.

The 2017 General Election showed how first-past-the-post voting just isn’t fit for purpose any more, says Aidan Semmens.

Students from a Lowestoft high school were given the chance to experience a foreign culture during a “fantastic” trip to France.

Daredevils will be able to make a big splash when the largest inflatable waterslide in Europe comes to Norwich in September.

Exports from the region grew by 12% for the first quarter of 2017 – led by machinery sales.

Back for another recording-breaking 40th year, the Cromer Pier Show is now the only ‘End-of-the-Pier’ summer variety show in the world.

More two thirds of readers think Theresa May should resign as prime minister after the Conservatives lost its majority in parliament following Thursday’s general election.

We all knew it anyway. But now judges have officially recognised the Thursford Christmas Spectacular as one of the best events in the country.

The general election has delivered a hung parliament and more unwelcome uncertainty for East Anglian farmers – but the industry is keen to find the positives. CHRIS HILL reports.

We asked the general election candidates in Norfolk and Waveney to tell us why you should vote for them today. We also invited them to submit videos outlining their three priorities. This is what they said:

Voters will go to the polls today after one of the strangest General Election campaigns of modern times.

The region’s mental health trust has been sharing learning and best practice with healthcare colleagues from across Europe as part of a special initiative designed to promote the exchange of views and ideas.

Most students might be expected to be found at the bar to celebrate finishing their exams.

The people of Great Yarmouth have gathered to pay their respects to the thousands of troops who lost their lives liberating Europe.

We asked the general election candidates in South Norfolk to tell us why you should vote for them on Thursday, June 8. We also invited them to submit videos outlining their three priorities. This is what they said:

The deaths of thousands of troops who helped to liberate Europe in the Second World War are to be remembered in Great Yarmouth.

Canaries legend Bryan Gunn spoke to David Freezer about his son’s bright future after Angus signed a five-year contract with Manchester City in the summer of 2015.

The Watermill Theatre is bringing Twelfth Night and Romeo & Juliet to Norwich complete with indie-rock soundtrack, a 1920s prohibition setting and gender-swap casting explains actress Victoria Blunt.

Seventy-three summers ago, in the pre-dawn hours, planes rumbled down runways, gliders and paratroopers slipped through the sky, an armada turned the Channel black with ships and more than 150,000 brave souls set off towards a tiny sliver of sand upon which hung the course of freedom and history.

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