Railway workers across the region have been training as dementia friends.

A barrister at an East Anglian law firm has been nominated for an award for his advocacy in corporate criminal law.

There is no place like home. That is the overriding theme of a beautifully conceived and performed production heading to Norwich.

Chotto Desh mixes dance, storytelling and animation in a story that works on a number of levels and for all ages, as John Bultitude discovers.

Directors of a car sales group which saw a 13% jump in profits in 2016 are remaining cautious of forces which could affect the automotive industry.

A grain trader which was taken over by a Chinese conglomerate last year has reported a rise in annual profit, despite tough trading conditions and price volatility.

Here are the latest job moves and promotions from across the region.

A person has died after they were hit by a train on the route between Norwich and London Liverpool Street.

Talking nonsense with Milton Jones

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Comedy is Milton Jones’ escape from normality. He talks more about stage Milton and real-life Milton, plus his latest show.

Maybe the least celebrated of the British patron saints’ days, England’s St George’s Day falls on April 23but the day also marks another important day in English history and culture.

Works on the rail network between Norwich and London Liverpool Street mean all services between Norwich and Ipswich have been cancelled and the lines closed.

Diversification and investment have been behind the growth of haulage, vehicle hire and property rental group.

East of England facilities management group Vertas has agreed a new partnership to provide catering at 12 schools in and around Norwich.

Gangsta Granny author David Walliams talks about the special bond he had with his grandmas and his passion for writing for children.

The rivalry between Norwich City and Ipswich Town has reached new heights as blue and white sheeting appeared around the iconic City Hall clock tower in the centre of Norwich.

Peter Duncan hopes his latest visit to the region goes better than the time he could’ve drowned in Lowestoft harbour.

Celebrity chef and father-of-three Gino D’Acampo, heading to the Ipswich Regent with his new tour, says other parents should follow his example and ban phones at the dinner table. He has the Pope’s agreement.

Festival fans will have the chance to watch the likes of Queen, Amy Winehouse and Kings of Leon live in Norfolk this summer - well, nearly.

Shakin’ Stevens knew very little about his large family’s history. A serious heart attack in 2010 inspired the singer, heading to the Ipswich Regent and Norwich Theatre Royal, to change that.

Comedian, writer, broadcaster and former UEA student Arthur Smith was one the first alternative comedians before becoming one of the Grumpy Old Men. Now he is heading back to Norwich.

There were delays to train services between Norwich and London Liverpool Street due to a signalling system fault.

The burgeoning strength of Norfolk and Suffolk’s technology industry has been underlined by a report which values its contribution at more than £320m.

A youngster from Reepham named a lamb after a Norwich City Football Club legend, after winning a competition at Easton and Otley College’s lambing weekend.

A man threw a flare onto the pitch during the East Anglian Derby after being given a ticket to the game for his birthday, a court has heard.

Southwold-based communications design firm Spring has recruited three new members of staff.

Charity was the winner as football fans from across the country put rivalries aside to raise money in tribute to an Arsenal fan from north Norfolk who died just weeks after being diagnosed with a rare cancer.

Work to renumber a stretch of the A12 as the A47 to create a continuous trunk road has finished ahead of schedule.

After watching Norwich City held to a frustrating draw by bitter rivals Ipswich, DAVID FREEZER assesses the latest edition of the East Anglian Derby.

The opportunity to poke fun at your fiercest rivals should never be passed up.

As the world geared up to watch the Oscars, it was less La La Land and more Baa Baa land, as thousands flocked to a Norfolk college’s lambing weekend.

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