Wes Hoolahan will leave Norwich City at the end of the season - with Saturday’s Championship game against Leeds United his final appearance for the club.

Rugby players returned home with more than they bargained for following a trip to France.

The former head of the Army has said the British air strike in Syria was important to demonstrate a message to the Syrian regime.

A former Norfolk High Sheriff has reached the channel after 18 days of walking.

One reader has thanked President Trump for ‘shining a beacon of hope for humanity’, do you agree?

A new exhibition looks at life in Broadland during the First World War. Items on display include a photo album of a museum volunteer’s family, letters written from the home front, a bayonet and sword from the time, posters from the home front, knitted poppies, and a display of a Broadland family at home at the time, Reporter DAVID BALE went to the Museum of the Broads to speak to curator Nicola Hems and find out more.

Have you seen our dog Rio?

Royalty, authors, pop stars, suffragettes, mayors and eccentrics. All these characters and many more are remembered by blue plaques across the region, often installed on their birthplace, home, or somewhere else closely connected with their life.

A Scottish soldier who died 100 years ago is to be remembered by a Norfolk village after a local historian uncovered his connection to the parish.

Bombing Syria was in Britain’s national interest, Theresa May will insist as she tells Parliament why she ordered the attack.

The British air strikes against Syria has provoked a mixed reaction from our region’s MPs.

Scores of people joined forces in Norwich city centre to protest against the UK’s involvement in air strikes against Syria.

A series of missile strikes were launched on Syria at 2am UK time today by the US, UK and France in response to a suspected chemical weapons attack in the country.

Sometimes I have moments when I despair about humanity. But, at these times, fate usually produces a beautiful example who restores my faith in us motley humans.

With the anniversary of the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln on April 15, Trevor Heaton reflects on the poignant Norfolk connections that link his birth – and his death.

Four Royal Air Force Tornados GR4s joined the strikes against Syria, launching Storm Shadow missiles at a base 15 miles west of Homs.

The US, UK and France have launched co-ordinated missile strikes on Syria following a “despicable” chemical weapons attack on the town of Douma.

It’s the question dominating discussions about Norwich City’s future at the moment: how much is James Maddison worth?

The summer holidays for the majority of the British public are a time to kick back and relax on the beach.

A new heritage trail revealing the history and hidden secrets of Holt has been formally unveiled.

The weakened pound has helped a food processing equipment manufacturer to drive growth at its Norfolk factory.

The birthplace of a soldier made famous by a Steven Spielberg film for making the ultimate sacrifice for his country has unveiled a commemorative stone in his honour at a moving ceremony.

Do you know anything about a John Rowland Cuthbert who died in the Second World War, and was from High Kelling, near Holt?

A special service of thanksgiving is to take place in Honingham to remember the much-loved and highly regarded Norfolk war hero and author Arthur Brough.

East Anglia will help lead a multi-million pound project to boost enterprise training and job opportunities for thousands of social housing residents on both sides of the Channel.

I’ve long been a fan of charity shops - they’re a great place to root around for bargains that might be out of your price range if you were to buy them new.

James Goffin enjoys an action-packed evening of circus fun.

Former Norwich City academy defender Adel Gafaiti looks to have got his career back on track after making his debut in the Ukranian top flight.

News that divers hope to find the wreckage of a Suffolk military plane has Michael Cole remembering the events of 1969, and hoping the mystery might finally be solved

Even though it’s been international week in the football world, the last few days’ sport news has been dominated by the cheating Australian team’s ball tampering incident against South Africa.

Professor Catherine Waddams reflects on the courage of French policeman Arnaud Beltrame and how it echoes the theme of self-sacrifice in the events of Good Friday.

In the 250th anniversary year of circus Cirque Berserk! brings thrills and spills to Norwich Theatre Royal this Easter holiday. Simon Parkin finds out more from performer Laci, the latest generation of Britain’s oldest circus family.

A memorial stone has been dedicated to a Norfolk war hero 100 years after he earned a Victoria Cross for his courage.

A partner in a regional construction consultancy has raised more than £3,000 for charity after taking part in a gruelling 1,500km bike ride.

Is there anything more exciting on a football pitch than a winger in full flight?

Russian aggression has forced the UK and allies France, Germany and the United States to take a stand.

Less than a year ago very few people believed Jeremy Corbyn had a shot at becoming prime minister.

After a hugely successful 2017, when Norfolk born George Russell dominated the GP3 race series and got to drive in the opening sessions at the final two Grand Prix for Force India, the Wisbech driver will contest the Formula Two championship this coming season.

The man who spearheaded the organisation of Bungay’s Christmas lights scheme has died at the age of 70.

Tributes have been paid to Norfolk and Minor Counties cricket stalwart David Armstrong, who has died aged 81.

Lexus offers a hybrid LC500 coupe but motoring editor Andy Russell is swept away by the V8 version, dubbing it the non-PC500!

Portraits of some of Britain’s most famous historical figures have been sold for more than £83,000 at auction.

Photographs taken by a Sheringham woman which highlight the breadth of women’s roles in the First World War have been revealed to mark International Women’s Day.

Fresh from being ravaged by hunger and sand-flies on Channel 4’s Celebrity Island with Bear Grylls, comedian Shazia Mirza returns with a show about lies and truth - or are they the same thing these days?

Norfolk’s outgoing High Sheriff will end his year in office with a fundraising 1,500-mile trek across Europe for the county’s carers.

A story of a Dereham war hero who survived an infamous massacre nearly eight decades ago has been recorded for the first time on a website dedicated to the men who lost their lives.

Wymondham back Charlie Delaney is on the cusp of being chosen to play for the England under-18 touch rugby team at an upcoming European tournament.

Reydon speedway hot prospect Charlie Brooks is looking forward to his first year with a professional club and is hoping for another successful year.

For casual visitors and many residents, the appearance of an old flint wall dotted about in segments is part of the town’s furniture and not given a second thought.

Heart-warming, rainbow-inspired paintings are helping Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital patients along the path to good health, in an exhibition featuring work by Gresham-based artist and therapist Hannah Hardy.

International safety experts have given the thumbs up to Sizewell B nuclear power station following a three week review.

An aspiring disabled skier has welcomed a funding boost from Norwich No.1 Round Table.

A Norfolk chef has been “blown away” by the public’s support after being nominated for a nationwide tourism award.

The Irish Republic, France, the US, Netherlands and Germany were the top five export markets for UK food and drink last year, according to government figures.

A Cromer crabber is making headlines as he fronts a global campaign for Britain’s national tourism agency.

He was one half of a sensational, superstar husband and wife double act who turned the world on to ballroom dancing. Steve Snelling salutes the Norwich-born entertainer who conquered America before making the final sacrifice for ‘King and Country’ 100 years ago.

Norwich City’s longest-serving player Wes Hoolahan has called time on his international career with the Republic of Ireland

Could a focused six-hour working day be the key to keeping staff energised, efficient and productive? Bethany Whymark spoke to a Norwich company which has embraced the Swedish concept of lagom – doing “just the right amount”.

London’s top-flight index has joined global markets by crashing into the red over fears that rising inflation could force central banks to raise interest rates.

A UK banking giant has banned credit card customers from buying bitcoin amid fears they could be left in debt as the cryptocurrency’s value drops.

Norfolk restaurateur Richard Hughes mourns the passing of French cuisine’s greatest name.

Here is our monthly look back at some of the criminals who were jailed in Norfolk courts in January.

Andy Newman is not tempted by Greggs’ £15 a head Valentine’s dinner...

Links between Norfolk and Normandy will be celebrated this year as the annual City of Ale festival prepare to launch a beer with a French connection.

While troops fought in the First Gulf War, soldier and artist Major Robin Watt captured powerful images of life in a combat zone.

Norwich City starlet Jamal Lewis is on Northern Ireland boss Michael O’Neill’s radar and could be included in the senior side’s end-of-season tour.

Student from East Norfolk Sixth Form Centre visited the epicentre of European politics on a class trip.

A former Beccles man who was part of a crime group which smuggled migrants into the UK has been jailed following an investigation by the National Crime Agency.

A celebratory event has marked the 150th birthday of a prince who dedicated much of his life to preserving the heritage of Norfolk and Suffolk.

A Suffolk farmer is calling on the government to do more to combat bovine TB and adopt a better test for detecting it to prevent its spread.

Norwich City head coach Daniel Farke has made just one change to his starting XI for tonight’s FA Cup third round replay at Chelsea – which has been delayed for 15 minutes due to problems on the London Underground.

Market traders in Great Yarmouth are set to benefit from a major funding boost from Europe through a project to help revitalise historic markets and boost their wider economy.

He was a local hero who became a national hero and international hero... his man was Arthur Brough. Derek James pays a personal tribute to a remarkable man.

Jerusalem seems such an innocent and idyllic place and concept when it is sung about by WIs across our green and pleasant land.

Olivia Colman is to star in a new BBC adaptation of Les Miserables.

Historians have been provided with a fresh insight into the life of a Norfolk suffragette thanks to help from the public.

Online wine seller Naked Wines has toasted rising sales over Christmas, the retailer’s most critical trading period.

If one of your resolutions for the New Year was to kickstart an exercise regime, but the thought of soullessly plodding away the miles on a treadmill next to someone doing the same fills you with dread, Mark Edwards has some ideas that put the fun back into fitness in 2018

A “persistent” burglar, who smashed his way into a Norwich home and stole more than £2000 worth of jewellery has been jailed for 28 months.

He was a quiet hero, a man who spoke little of his experiences of war in the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. But Peter Hemp’s service for his country was quite extraordinary and saw him play a vital role in the Normandy Campaign of 1944

A little over a year after being bought by a multinational tech group, a Norfolk design agency has seen its revenues and team grow and is predicting that trend to continue.

Mary Poppins, Han Solo, the Mamma Mia ensemble and a host of Marvel superheros are among the famous characters due to return to the big screen in 2018. Simon Parkin highlights some of the films that will have us heading to cinemas this year.

A world-renowned harpist who has played for the Queen and several prime ministers is on trial along with her former Norfolk partner accused of sexually abusing a schoolboy.

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Thursday, December 28, 2017

Christmas is so 2017. Let’s look forward to 2018 and see what the small screen has in store for us. TV Editor Stacia Briggs looks ahead to a new year on the box with a host of delights from Vanity Fair to A Very English Scandal.

It was a little more than three and a half years ago that Miles Weston first came to the Broads to look at a boat his father was interested in buying.

Former soldier David Rowley will once again make his way to Cromer’s new cemetery over the festive period to leave poppies on the military graves and make sure those that died are remembered.

An online wine merchant has brewed up plans to bolster its growth by jumping on the craft beer bandwagon.

Three legendary strikers and a World Cup winner have been added to next year’s legends game between Norwich City and Inter Milan.

The tradition of telling ghost stories in the depths of winter is a tale as old as time. Tonight, BBC4 harks back to a time when the night before Christmas was when you’d count your lucky stars that it was a mouse and not a ghost that you heard in the house

Creep Desbois dropped back in trip to land the feature, the At The Races Handicap Chase, at Fakenham under in-form jockey Daryl Jacob.

The best biscuit, George Harrison and Yoko Ono’s digestive ding-dong and a recipe for Prince William and Kate’s biscuit wedding cake

Michael Cole, the BBC’s former Royal Correspondent, explains why the State visit by President Trump will go ahead despite protests.

Real wages could fall by 0.5% next year as pay rises will not keep pace with inflation, a new report predicts.

This week I wondered if I might talk about another facet of being British and that is having to put up with the terrible state of our road network.

Make our utterly indulgent salted caramel fudge for friends and family this Christmas.

Rail passengers in Norfolk and Suffolk are bracing themselves for the largest hike in rail fares in five years.

The Crown 2: All you need to know about the Netflix drama - minxy behaviour, scandal and a brilliant Royal joke (according to me)

Renowned Chinese artist and filmmaker Ai Weiwei’s new documentary Human Flow, which see him address the global refugee crisis, is being shown in Norwich with a live discussion with the artist.

We venture out of the city to explore The Boars on Spooner Row.

The memoirs of a Norfolk man involved in the secret testing of “swimming tanks” at Fritton Lake during WWII have been published by a local society.

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