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Dozens of people came together in Norwich to join support for a global campaign against human trafficking.

Commuter train cancelled

Thursday, October 12, 2017

A commuter train has been cancelled this morning.

Bus drivers from across the region have donned retro punk outfits to reinvent a classic nursery rhyme for a new music video.

The question of gender

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Will the 2021 UK census make gender definition an optional question? East Anglian academics argue it is the future

A junction linking a village to a busy main road is in desperate need of improvement, according to some of its residents.

Daniel Farke has avoided the manager of the month curse by doing something he hasn’t managed for a month - losing.

The manager of the month nominations are out and Norwich City boss Daniel Farke is up for his first award since moving to Carrow Road.

Cyclists from across the region came together to take part in a 200 mile ride for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).

Deanna Tilston’s new brand, Tosier, is a range of four luxurious, single origin chocolate bars, made in East Anglia from scratch.

Contactless spending in East Anglia has rocketed over the past year – up by an average of 92%.

Police search for wanted man

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Police are appealing for help from the public to trace a 21-year-old Great Yarmouth man who is wanted.

These are the four key sectors outlined in the Science and Innovation Audit.

Two Suffolk districts are in the top five happiest places in the UK according to new research – and the rest of the county is getting happier every year.

Professional recruitment specialists Pure has completed an office cycling challenge to raise funds for the Papworth Trust.

The John Lewis Partnership has bemoaned falling consumer demand and cost increases linked to the Brexit-hit pound as it reported a collapse in half-year profits.

Boating businesses from Norfolk and Suffolk are brimming with confidence as they set course for the south coast for one of their industry’s biggest shows.

Encouraging people to see the good in their town is one of the main thrusts of Great Yarmouth’s new FM radio station.

A Normandy veteran from North Walsham who was recently honoured by the French for his role in the D-Day landings has died at the age of 92.

Norwich City head coach Daniel Farke has had a crash course in what lies in store at Millwall’s Den fortress.

A threatened strike by conductor/guards on some Greater Anglia trains should not affect services, the company has insisted.

Listeners across Norwich will have a new option on their audio menu when a digital station launches this weekend.

With just three games played in the Championship there are three clubs left with a 100pc record, one of which doesn’t surprise – and that’s Wolves.

The principal of Easton And Otley College David Henley will leave his role this month after the newly elected chair of governors said “there must be consequences” from an inadequate Ofsted report.

The train operator has cancelled 15 train services today due to track problems near London and the derailed freight train in Suffolk. See if your travel plans have been affected here.

Gender should not be a barrier to men or women excelling in the world of tech, according to a young female developer who is organising awards to celebrate the region’s best female minds in the industry.

As Brighton head for Carrow Road during pre-season, DAVID FREEZER looks at the ripples still spreading in yellow and green waters from Chris Hughton’s reign

Trains from Norwich to London Liverpool Street are being disrupted due to a speed restriction put in place due to a defective track between Stratford and London.

As the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra prepares to take to the stage with the music of James Bond this weekend, Emma Knights looks at seven 007 links to our region.

Greater Anglia passengers have become happier about their journeys over the last year according to a new survey by the official watchdog Transport Focus.

Manufacturing companies led the way in the deals market in the East of England in the first half of the year, according to new figures.

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