In the light of the recent events at Grenfell Towers in London we must stop cuts to our fire and rescue service.

One of Norwich City’s oldest fans has died just weeks before his 102nd birthday.

Dozens of people are living in five Norwich tower blocks which have failed fire safety tests.

Businesses in the East of England are feeling more confident but still lag behind rivals in other regions, a study found.

Opinion: The 1967 Summer of Love hardly existed outside Carnaby Street or colour supplements, says Sharon Griffiths.

Gap in Norwich is selling a Def Leppard T-shirt with an image of a burning tower block.

An innovative research project which sought to explore the relationship between eye disease and arthritis has changed the life of a woman from Holt, Norfolk.

A fire chief has issued safety advice in the wake of the news that cladding on a Norwich apartment block failed safety tests.

An apartment block in Norwich is said to be among scores of high and mid-rise buildings across the country which have now failed fire cladding safety tests after the Grenfell Tower disaster, it has emerged.

A Norwich city centre bar has returned to its roots by being renamed in honour of a famous figure.

Legend has it that an angel protected British soldiers at a battle in the First World War. Steven Russell hears from a man whose granddad swore it was true

He was known and loved as S’Arry... one of the greatest and most colourful characters ever to walk the streets of Norwich.

Veteran Great British Menu judge and chef patron of Benedicts Restaurant in Norwich, Richard Bainbridge says now is the best time to seek out East Anglian samphire on the shoreline.

Ivan Cutting, artistic director and a founder of Eastern Angles, has a foot in Suffolk and Norfolk. He wouldn’t have it any other way.

A mother from Wymondham has swapped the quiet life of the historic town for the ropes of the wrestling ring.

What a night! Wonderland was wonderful! We are used to the big names passing us by here in Norfolk, as though it isn’t worth them coming, but Take That proved them all wrong.

This week’s club focus features Norwich Road Runners, a club who were originally formed by Ray Lindsey, Steve Sadd and Mike Futter for the first Norfolk Marathon in 1982 under the name Fitt Signs.

Norfolk professional Chase Davis was denied a first Order of Merit victory when Stuart Brown pipped him in an exciting PGA East of England play-off at Bentley.

Wisbech and Lowestoft have been named among the top 10 towns in England and Wales for bucking the trend with a rise in house sales.

More than 150 fines have been handed to drivers as part of a police crackdown on parking along a busy road by a beauty spot where two men drowned.

Independent Bookshop Week runs from Saturday, June 24 to Saturday, July 1. Here we look at some of the brilliant bookshops across the county you can visit to celebrate:

Diane Keaton and Brendan Gleeson give admirable performances in this Hampstead based romcom, where nothing sticks or is seen through.

Norfolk’s Andrew Marshall bagged two eagles on the back-nine as he claimed a one-shot victory in the West Essex Pro-Am.

Two cyclists hoping to raise thousands for a children’s hospital department set off from the Norwich and Norfolk University Hospital (NNUH).

Eight jobs have been saved after a heating and air conditioning firm was bought out of administration – but creditors could be left £4.7m out of pocket.

Opinion: The Amazon Reef is one of the natural wonders of the world - and that’s why the oil companies must be told to keep away, says Aidan Semmens

Like many groups throughout the country, Normandie Tower residents had a picnic on Sunday, June 18. Inevitably one of the topics we chatted about was the safety of our homes in the light of the London tower block tragedy.

The organisers of this weekend’s Let’s Rock Norwich! are advising people not to bring bags to the event “unless absolutely necessary” due to heightened security measures.

Two London based drug dealers who knifed a rival to death after moving their operation to the Norfolk coast lost their appeals at the High Court today.

Up to 500 jobs will be created as part of a £135m contract to provide facilities for RAF Marham’s new state-of-the art fighter jets.

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