A museum, which collects, preserves and displays objects relating to the history of the area and its people, has marked “a very good season.”

One of the world’s biggest settlement companies of massive insurance risks was headed by Roy Townsend, who has died aged 76 at his Norwich home.

Christmas shoppers are in for a treat this week as a festive market gets underway in Norwich.

The author of a popular series of adolescent books set in The Fens has died following a long battle with Alzheimers.

After the elation of a podium place at this year’s Le Mans 24 Hours, Alex Brundle endured a difficult time in the last three World Endurance Championship races as the season heads towards its climax in Bahrain.

Journeys and a sense of place are the inspiration behind the latest photography exhibition at Norwich Arts Centre

“I love pantomime and hearing the children laughing – the special thing about pantomime is the audience.”

England head into the autumn with injuries and suspensions threatening to derail them – but Norfolk’s Ben Youngs insists this is the deepest Red Rose squad he has ever known.

Long-haul destinations could be the best way for winter holidaymakers to make the most of their pound, according to a new report.

Richard Bainbridge waxes lyrical about an East Anglian brand that’s gaining European acclaim.

Saturday October 21 marks the launch of a new Norfolk exhibition celebrating the genius of one of the greatest artists who ever lived: Rembrandt. Trevor Heaton reports on the story behind it.

Professor David Richardson, Vice-Chancellor at UEA, says our universities must be properly funded to give everyone the best chance for a full education

With Blade Runner 2049 in cinemas and Electric Dreams, a series based on his short stories, on TV, cult sci-fi writer Philip K Dick is everywhere at the moment, but why his does his unique vision endure 30 years after his death.

Where did you have your first proper Indian curry? You know, the one consumed at a late night establishment, the exterior of which had seen better days and where the interior was decorated with a jaded red and black flock wallpaper.

One of the West End’s best-loved musicals, running for 24 years, Willy Russell’s Blood Brothers remains every bit as engaging as it was at its humble beginnings in Liverpool, as one of the stars Sean Jones explains as it returns to Norwich Theatre Royal.

Well-known Dereham man and Crane Fruehauf chairman and chief executive, Basil Day, has died aged 87.

Norfolk’s Alfie Hewett and his Scottish playing partner Gordon Reid made a unique piece of sporting history when they won the first ever wheelchair tennis match to played on Arthur Ashe Court, earning them a place in Saturday’s men’s doubles final at the US Open.

Dog and phone heritage hounds - a family of friendly soft-toy Go Walkeez dogs are helping children sniff out history

Traffic jams are the curse of the commute, the scourge of the school run and the bane of Bank Holidays.

A swimmer from Norwich has set herself the task of crossing the North Channel as part of a global challenge.

A Norwich teacher proved a class act after striking gold at the World Baton Twirling Federation’s International Cup competition in Croatia.

It was 170 years ago that Daniel “Sure Shot” Adcock arrived in Norwich... a man who, as a baby, had once been taken prisoner by the Spanish.

From turbulent politics to psychedelic drugs, mellow music and hippies – The Summer of Love celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. Here are 25 key (and no doubt very groovy) moments that occurred during that long, hot summer to play homage to this iconic time.

The squadrons which form the US Air Force’s 100th Air Refueling Wing gathered at RAF Mildenhall to welcome a new commander.

Do you love Pride and Prejudice, or Emma? On the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s death, we ask why she’s often lauded as Britain’s favourite novelist

Alfie Hewett admitted a rushed preparation almost cost him a spot in the wheelchair Wimbledon semi-finals, before he eventually found a way to win in three sets.

Alfie Hewett has roared into the men’s wheelchair singles semi-finals at Wimbledon, coming back from a set down to beat Nicolas Peifer 4-6 6-2 6-2.

Norfolk’s wheelchair tennis star Alfie Hewett will face Nicolas Peifer of France in the singles quarter-finals at Wimbledon tomorrow.

The final countdown is on for Latitude Festival 2017 as the likes of Mumford and Sons and The 1975 get set to perform at Henham Park in Southwold - from social butterfly to fashionista, take our quiz to find out what festival-goer you are.

A Norfolk school put its pupils’ mental health at the forefront when it hosted a theatre performance and workshop to encourage mindfulness.

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