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An apprentice welder is representing his country by showing off his craft in an international competition.

Royal Fabergé - part of a new Russia-themed exhibition at Norwich’s Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts – explores the story of the famous artist-jewellers and their links with the Royal family. Its curator

Ian Collins tells the tale of an item with a poignant local connection.

A Paris romance comes to Diss

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Paris is one of the most romantic places in the world and it will be coming to Diss for one night only.

All at sea: Lin Bensley tells the story of the Norfolk mariner Sir Cloudesley Shovell and his tragic demise.

The team at Banham Zoo is celebrating the arrival of two tiny Sri Lankan leopard cubs.

The poet, comedian and singer will bring his unique mix spoken word and chaotic comedy to Norwich Arts Centre with trademark whimsical musings on subjects including his love of the humble potato.

Belinda Carlisle talks about quitting the States, the 30th anniversary of Heaven on Earth, new album Wilder Shores and shares some yoga advice.

When the Sheringham Shantymen first appeared on stage 27 years ago, chart topping acts included Fern Kinney, Odyssey and St Winifred’s School Choir.

They first caught each other’s eye while crossing the Cringleford Bridge at the height of the Second World War.

The musical director of a well known Norfolk brass band has successfully completed a cycling challenge in aid of Help for Heroes and is now preparing for a special concert at Wymondham Abbey.

An artist “born and bred” in Wells-next-the-Sea is a finalist in a prestigious international art competition.

A stork that stopped off on its way to North Africa has taken up residence on a chimney in a Norfolk market town.

Our easy, seasonal pud with a twist is the ulimate in comfort food.

Today marks 128 years since the death of English writer Wilkie Collins. On the anniversary of the fateful day, Courtney Pochin takes a look back at his life and the impressive work he created during it.

For a short while, it was the Tubes, although they were superseded by the Police, who I first saw at Bath University around 1978 when, incredibly for a support band, they received a rapturous encore. Unfortunately, they didn’t know any more tunes, having performed their complete repertoire, so had to play Roxanne again, to tumultuous applause.

As Norfolk blues guitarist Oli Brown and his rock outfit RavenEye return to support Bush, Adam Aiken recalls catching up with the trio following their triumphant performance at this summer’s Download festival.

A memorial service was held in remembrance of the those who fought in the Battle of Gallipoli during the First World War.

An independent ship repairer is riding a wave of prosperity in East Anglia’s maritime sector with further investment in its regional operations.

A dozen fillies go to post this afternoon in Great Yarmouth’s most valuable and prestigious event of the entire racing season.

Vintage tractors that tilled the soil and planted the crops that helped feed the nation during and after the Second World War were on display near Fakenham on Sunday.

Double Olympian and two-time European Championships medallist Colin Oates has announced his retirement from competitive judo.

Swardeston’s five year reign as East Anglian Premier League champions ended in frustrating fashion on Saturday when they were denied a chance to go for the emphatic win they needed to make it six on the trot.

Out There International Festival of Circus and Street Arts assembles another zany international cast of circus performers, streets artists and strange happenings this weekend. We preview what not to miss at what promises to be another weird weekend by the seaside.

Celebrity chef Marco Pierre White has described English wines as “nonsense” and claimed that only a “numpty” would drink them.

Mystery surrounds the exact location of the Norwich home of Elsie Tilney, an unlikely World War Two heroine who rescued Jews from the Nazis. Mike Wiltshire reports.

Norfolk’s Alfie Hewett and his partner Gordon Reid have won the US Open wheelchair doubles title, achieving their third grand slam doubles title together.

John Henry Abigail was one of hundreds of Norfolk men killed at the height of the Passchendaele campaign a century ago. But alone among them he died in front of a British firing squad. Steve Snelling charts his short and tragic life.

Autumn is here - and that means birds are on the move. Waveney Bird Club members have been showing visitors to the famous RSPB Minsmere just how miraculous migration really is.

An historic landmark which was once the lifeblood of Norfolk industry is being restored thanks to the help of 30 dedicated volunteers from around the country - and beyond.

Horsford cycling star Sophie Wright secured a top-10 finish for the Great Britain Cycling Team with eighth place in the junior women’s cross-country race at the 2017 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships.

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