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The award-winning classical ensemble, the UK’s foremost interpreters of Handel’s music, will give a special recital at Oxnead Hall next month, a return to where where their new album was recorded.

A north Norfolk pub has been crowned the best in the East Anglia, with managers saying the accolade is owed to their fabulous staff.

Two men from London arrested for drug dealing in Norwich as part of a police crackdown admitted possessing cocaine and heroin with intent to supply after one of them supplied an undercover officer.

She became an online sensation, blogging and vlogging about fashion and beauty.

A Great Yarmouth-based business connector who gets companies involved in the community has enjoyed a royal trip to London.

During three mornings this week 34 alleged drug dealers have come before a judge with no advocate as barristers refuse to take on new legal aid work in protest against Ministry of Justice cuts.

A couple who were brought together through their love of swimming have celebrated their diamond anniversary.

Legendary singer-songwriter Justin Hayward of The Moody Blues is bringing his solo tour to Norwich Theatre Royal. Long-time fan David Bale spoke to him ahead of the gig.

The cases of more than 30 alleged drug dealers are being derailed for weeks as barristers take strike action over cuts to fees paid in legal aid.

The East Anglian boating community is hoping the demise of one of the country’s biggest boat shows could provide fair winds for local events.

A 52-year-old woman is cycling more than 100km through London in memory of her best friend.

A nationwide co-operative of artisan cut flower growers, including many from our region, won a gold medal for an exhibit on its debut appearance at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.

THE SECRETARY OF STATE for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has been 1 informed that IOG UK LTD has submitted a letter of application to the Oil and Gas Authority in relation to the above Vulcan Satellites Hub Development located 53 km from the North Norfolk Coast, and comprising three offshore sites located as follows : 53° 11’ 02.605” N; 002° 05’ 53.879” E, 53° 17’ 54.452” N; 001° 55’ 10.686” E, and 53° 15’ 04.112” N; 002° 04’ 29.380” E.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have not yet headed off on honeymoon, so if they haven’t booked year, why not come to East Anglia

It is a tiny patch of land perched on the cliffs beside an idyllic coastal path at West Runton.

Leader? No doubt. What about captain? Grant Hanley appears to have all the credentials. Paddy Davitt assesses an impressive first tour of duty from the centre-back, in the latest of our City report card series.

Monica Tapiador stars in English Youth Ballet’s premiere of Cinderella in Hollywood, leading an impressive cast of international principal dancers and 100 of the region’s finest young dancers.

A Norfolk hospital has been named as one of the top hospitals for 2018 by a provider of healthcare intelligence.

A woman who has dedicated the last decade to working for a foster care agency has been recognised for 10 years of service.

Looking at bubbly Lily-Rose Sampson it is hard to image that just seven months ago her life hung in the balance after she was born with a serious heart condition that required an emergency operation.

A director who has worked with some of the biggest names in Hollywood and scooped the most prestigious awards in the film industry has visited a college in Gorleston.

It was really, really hard for Sharon Griffths not to be smug when her ‘Mr Arrive at Last Minute’ son missed his train...

Three of the county’s most wanted men in connection with county lines drug dealing have been arrested in Norwich.

Norfolk chef, charity fund-raiser and Norfolk Day ambassador Charlie Hodson speaks candidly about his battle with mental ill health and why he’s having to step down from his public roles.

A man has appeared at Norwich Crown Court in connection with drug offences, in Gorleston.

Eve Stebbing is fascinated - and chilled - by Misha Glenny’s insights into a gangster-laden world.

A rare silver butter dish and spoon set from Norfolk has fetched a surprising amount at a fine art sale after it went under the hammer at auction.

The end of the road for Charles Drake’s 1947 Standard 10 Tourer was something of a moving experience on a foggy, frosty morning.

A Royal wedding only happens once in a decade, and for many it is a day not to miss.

The lure of a Royal wedding grabs the attention of millions of people around the world like almost no other event.

A man who lost his home in an air raid during the Second World War has returned to his former school to present its pupils with a special commemorative book.

A pub named after a historic rescue mission has unveiled a new sign designed by a talented Norfolk artist.

A new exhibition highlights the buildings of one of East Anglia’s most delightful small towns - Bungay. Chris Reeve reports.

The scent of lilac transports Keith Skipper back to his mid-Norfolk childhood.

Three members of East Anglia Federation of Townswomens Guilds got through to the National Quiz Final in Birmingham and came 7th out of 12 teams.

Norfolk author Henry Sutton is about to publish the second in his acclaimed ‘Yarmouth Noir’ crime thrillers. Daniel Bardsley caught up with him.

Can you recognise members of the royal family by just hearing their voice? See how well you do here.

It is still too early to say exactly what impact Brexit will have on jobs, business and personal finances.

The Norwich Lads Club is something of an institution in the city, with a long history, but the philosophy remains the same – creating good boxers and good men, as CHRIS LAKEY discovers

Officers are asking for help in tracing a man who is wanted in connection with burglary.

A Suffolk dairy farmer has expressed delight that his award-winning cheese is set to appear on Prince Harry’s breakfast menu on the day of the royal wedding.

“If someone had told me 20 years ago this is what I was going to do, I would not have believed them.”

Tony Hewlett had some explaining to do when his 1962 Ford Popular was used by criminals and he did not know it was missing. But it didn’t fare so well as a tow car.

The ophthalmology research unit at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) is marking International Clinical Trials Day this year by inviting members of the public and colleagues to see the newly-installed IRay machine – one of only five of its kind in the country.

Norfolk’s women have been boosted by new sponsorship deal for what promises to be an exciting season.

East Anglian bean to bar chocolate maker scoops accolades at 2018 Academy of Chocolate Awards.

Three Harleston Magpies junior sides did their club proud in national competitions.

Circus spectacle is once again set to wow in the Adnams Spiegelgent. Arts correspondent Emma Knights finds out more about the 2018 headline act taking to the stage in the iconic Norfolk and Norwich Festival venue.

A recent long train journey gave David Clayton time for a bit of people-watching.

More than 60 cars later, David Woodhouse’s favourite is still his first – a 1949 Triumph Dolomite Roadster.

Pedal power will be used to raise money for a charity which supports children and adults with disabilities and complex health needs.

A Norwich cocktail bar has become the first establishment of its kind in the city to serve a range of eco-friendly spirits.

A Holt single mum is thought to be the first UK woman to complete a triple Ironman triathlon challenge.

Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service has warned of the dangers of leaving your cooking unattended, after new Home Office figures revealed that 1,475 house fires were started by a household appliance in the county between April 2012 and March of last year.

A Norfolk hairdresser is bringing joy to the people of Norwich through hair styling and puppies.

As the BBC repeats Detectorists, which was filmed in some of Suffolk’s most beautiful spots, we find out where fans can see where Andy and Lance found their “hot rocks and grots” and the function rooms where Sheila’s terrifying lemonade was once served.

A man is asking for help with the commission a replica of a missing statue of Peter Pan from a Lowestoft garden.

Paul Barnes muses about the changing times of the laundrette.

A university romance was followed by years of speculation over when the future King and his girlfriend would finally wed.

A popular department store in Lowestoft will be joining forces with the Marina Theatre this year.

This year’s Mental Health Awareness Week, from May 14 to 20, is focussing on stress and how we cope with it. We get some advice from local experts.

A campaign which helped raise more than £10,000 for a domestic violence charity following the murder of a Norwich woman is in line to scoop a national award.

More than 50 people toasted a new Norfolk author’s first novel at Jarrold in Norwich.

A Norfolk woman took part in a national awareness-raising event this weekend by sitting on a toilet on the pavement of Baker Street in London.

The campaign chest of the Duke of Wellington’s right hand man, who died in the battle of Waterloo, will go under the hammer of a Norfolk auction house.

Norwich has one of the highest heroin death rates of any city in England. Two former addicts talk about their years of addiction in the city and how they came out the other side.

‘Make your own provision as soon as possible and you’ll thank me in four or five decades.’ Peter Sharkey repeats advice after latest political kerfuffle

The scale of the incursion of drug dealing into Norwich can be revealed after six months of intelligence work from police led to widespread disruption of the supply.

Norwich has one of the highest heroin death rates of any city in England. What impact is it having and what is behind the rise?

A Thetford man is preparing to take on a 152 mile cycle challenge to help raise money for medical treatment for his uncle.

Keith Skipper looks at the origins of one of the best-loved Norfolk dialect words.

Apartments in the city where you can’t hear your neighbours, where your air has been filtered, and which are 10 per cent bigger than the average. Oh, and also painted in Farrow & Ball. Sounds like London? No, Conisford Court in Norwich has just launched for the buyer who ‘likes the best of everything’ - but priced from £170,000. Property editor Caroline Culot went to take a look.

A promising basketball player was found with cocaine, heroin and more than £750 in cash when arrested during a police crackdown on county line drug dealing networks in Norwich and Great Yarmouth.

Norwich has submitted its bid to become one of the new homes of Channel 4 outside London, ahead of today’s deadline for submissions.

Hollywood star Idris Elba is coming to Norwich for a special event.

It is said the only way to truly experience the Broads is by boat but you can also take to the skies for a bird’s-eye view of our beautiful part of the country without even leaving your armchair. Derek James reports.

Norwich City, Proud Canaries FC and Aviva have hailed the huge success of the inaugural Proud Canaries Cup at Carrow Road.

It’s hard to think anyone could see a future for this rather unattractive, purpose-built grain store. But one developer with a great imagination worked his magic to transform it into a stunning home.

The Brexit-loving spoof presenter is back filming a new BBC TV series for later this year - but will Alan Partridge be making a trip up the A11 from London to Norfolk in This Time with Alan Partridge?

Fears have been raised over the future of hundreds of BT jobs in Suffolk, after the telecoms giant revealed plans to axe 13,000 jobs over the next three years.

After being part of the original spellbinding cast for the Harry Potter plays in the West End, two Norfolk actors are now wowing audiences in New York’s Broadway productions and are in the running for some special awards.

A West Norfolk nurse practitioner who has helped thousands of poorly children and adults is celebrating her 40th anniversary with the NHS.

For brothers, Andy and Rob Mack, Nurses’ Day will be a family affair.

Looking for a healthier way to enjoy eating out? A new Norwich business is here to help.

House of Fraser swung to a staggering £43.9m loss in 2017 as Brexit, terrorist attacks and increased online competition took its toll on the beleaguered British department store.

The new literary festival is to be the successor to Poetry-next-the-Sea in north Norfolk.

A newsagent who fought off a knife-wielding robber who attempted to steal around £1,200 in cash from his till has said he no longer feels fully safe when a customer walks into his shop.

BT is to axe around 13,000 jobs over three years as the telecoms giant aims to cut costs.

There is a lot to look forward to at the Norwich Arts Centre this season. Arts correspondent Emma Knights takes a look at the summer line-up.

Business leaders from across Norfolk and Suffolk have been named as finalists in the Institute of Directors’ East of England annual awards.

An East Anglian fashion brand which counts Hollywood A-listers among its customers has boosted its exports by 10% since launching online sales - and now has the Asian market in its sights.

One of Norfolk’s most wanted men has been detained by police in connection with county lines drug dealing.

Business chiefs say the future prosperity of businesses in Norfolk require “fit for purpose” transport links as figures show crippling low average journey speeds between the county’s towns.

A historic Norfolk family firm, which has been based in East Anglia since the 1770s, has appointed a new chief executive to lead its retail arm.

A judge said a Lowestoft newsagent was lucky to escape injury after he bravely grappled with an armed robber who was on bail when who brandished a knife to his throat.

An artist who by his own admission is “trying to get happier” has mounted a colourful exhibition on the street where he lives.

Her first novel was an international bestseller, now Emma Healey has a new book out which transforms a mother’s tense relationship with her teenage daughter into a must-read mystery.

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