Nearly 300 suspects are wanted by Norfolk police for crimes ranging from rape to drug offences - but we can’t tell you who has been on the run for years because officers say it would breach their privacy.

Two local First World War heroes will be honoured this month as commemorative stones are laid 100 years after they were awarded the highest military decoration, the Victoria Cross.

Just when you thought it would meander along, life has a wonderfully endearing habit of yielding something completely unexpected, even livening up those occasionally stultifying ‘get-togethers’ that were in danger of become a chore.

Norwich City have been linked with a move for Le Havre striker Nathael Julan.

Norfolk face a tough battle to force victory in their final Minor Counties Championship match of the season at Jesmond - despite forcing Northumberland to follow-on.

Bob Carter’s hopes of yet another Summer League Championship title were dealt a massive blow at Wymondham where the home side crushed Carter 8-0 to move top of the table.

Nolan’s film provides a moving portrayal of the heroic actions of the crews of the 700 ‘Little Ships of Dunkirk’ who sailed to Dunkirk to rescue servicemen who were stranded on the beaches and in desperate need of deliverance from the advancing Axis armies.

One of the world’s biggest banks says it is sticking to its guns over its predictions of the value of sterling.

The people of Dereham are being urged to pay tribute to a fallen soldier from the town, 100 years after his death.

One of the British soldiers holding up the Germans on the southern side of the corridor to the French coast, in the village of Le Paradis, 31 miles south of Dunkirk, was Bob Brown, a 19-year-old private from Newton Flotman, who was serving in the 2nd Battalion the Royal Norfolk Regiment.

It’s summer, that time of getting away from it all with a trip to the peak of Mount High Dudgeon.

Opinion: Our food has improved over the past few years. But as Andy Newman discovers, the French are still way, way ahead of us...

Elm Hill is one of the most beautiful streets in Norwich and is a serene backdrop to any photo.

A Cromer Academy school boy has described his delight after winning a silver medal in the Junior U16 World Shore Angling Championships.

In the first of two special features commemorating the centenary of one of the costliest campaigns of the First World War, Steve Snelling charts the fate of Norfolk soldiers during the 1917 Passchendaele offensive.

A father and his two sons will be carrying out a screwball challenge to raise money for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) nook appeal.

A Harley-Davidson group has marked a quarter of a century of visiting Fakenham with a special ride through the town.

Boulton & Paul (B&P) was a jewel in the industrial crown of Norfolk.

I was born between 1970 and 1978 and this week it has been announced that people like me – six million of us apparently – will now have to work another year of our lives before we can get the state pension.

New diesel and petrol cars and vans will be banned from 2040 as part of efforts to tackle air pollution, the Government is expected to announce.

From croissants to pan fried cod cheeks, a new business is bringing a taste of France to the city.

Ben France’s rich vein of form continued on a weather-hit second day of Norfolk’s Minor Counties Championship clash with Cumberland at Manor Park.

We’ve had the summer solstice, the last ball has bounced at Wimbledon, and now restaurants are advertising Christmas parties. It’s got Steven Russell thinking about the games of yesteryear. Did you ever unwrap any of these on December 25?

The opening day of Norfolk’s Minor Counties Championship match against Cumberland at Manor Park ended with the scores level yesterday - but with the visitors still having four wickets in hand.

A weaker-than-expected economic performance in the UK has led the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to downgrade its growth forecast.

With the UEA class of 2017 being released into the big, wide world, here’s a look at what they wore to celebrate the momentous occasion. From tie dye socks adding some excitement to the proceedings to flower-print dresses left, right and centre welcoming in the summer, this year’s graduation was as quirky and fashionable as ever, even whilst wearing those navy and peach gowns.

Opinion: A friend’s travel ordeal shines a light on Trump’s America, says Aidan Semmens.

Entertainment was in short supply at Manor Park yesterday as the opening match of annual Norfolk Festival of Cricket fizzled out into the tamest of draws.

All schoolboy Chase Nichols knew about his great great grandfather was that his was the fourth name carved in stone on Great Yarmouth’s war memorial.

The best European wine holidays

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

As the summer holidays approach, Jeremy Dunn, chief wine tutor at Norfolk Wine School, explains why wine holidays are a great way to get to know a country or region and shares three of his favourite European wine holiday destinations and a wine recommendation from each to get you in the holiday spirit.

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