A gourmet doughnut company which delivers decadent creations straight to your front door is opening a dessert parlour in Norfolk.

A 60-year-old who stabbed two addicts in Dereham because they owed him drug money has been jailed for 12 years.

A Norfolk police scheme to help prevent children being groomed by drug gangs has been praised by the Home Secretary.

His controversial art has been displayed in the most celebrated venues around the world, and for his latest show Damien Hirst has picked north Norfolk’s Houghton Hall as the magnificent backdrop.

All you need is love... or a chance to star in a film made by top director Danny Boyle in Norfolk.

Instagram users demonstrate the most photogenic places to visit in Diss.

Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust (NCHC) was recognised for their work on creating compassionate workplaces at NHS England’s conference.

A Norwich-based data intelligence company has completed a change of name after shareholders voted the motion through at its annual general meeting.

The 200th anniversary of the death of landscape designer Humphry Repton will be marked at Sheringham Park, with an exhibition of photographs of some of his greatest creations.

I don’t think there are too many people in UK athletics circles never mind Norfolk and Suffolk who don’t know the name Paul Evans.

Music, chat, comedy and mind-reading will all feature at one of north Norfolk’s most famous arts events, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year.

A GP will be swapping her stethoscope for a running vest and trainers to raise money for a good cause.

They used to be a predictable mix of dough and dried fruits but now hot cross buns come in all sizes, all flavours and all seasons

North Walsham host Letchworth in London One North, knowing they can be proud of their efforts against Brentwood a week ago.

Trainspotting director Danny Boyle has given a high school a starring role in his new film - and some of the pupils could be cast as extras.

Popular family-run chippy in Wells-next-the-Sea gets a new look and menu in collaboration with Eric’s.

It was a day to remember for a football-mad youngster as he stood in the midst of some of the sport’s biggest names at Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge.

Opened 40 years ago, Norman Foster’s Sainsbury Centre remains a milestone of the ‘high-tech’ modern archtitecture movement. Now a new exhibition examines how this largely British style would go on to re-build the world.

Chancellor Philip Hammond is to unveil a new strategy for the financial technology (or fintech) sector.

It could be a story line straight out of the hit television series Detectorists.

Cash-strapped Lowestoft Town face an uncertain future – THOMAS CHAPMAN went along to see what the mood was like at the home of the Trawlerboys

Quiz show QI is leaving the studio for the first time ever for an exclusive Latitude Festival edition.

A “wild” new bingo craze with residencies in Ibiza, Dubai and Paris is taking a Norfolk seaside town by storm.

Against a backdrop of severe financial difficulties, Lowestoft Town fans finally had an opportunity to demonstrate how determined they are for their club to survive.

Gina Long highlights more Norfolk fundraisers in her latest column.

More women die from breast cancer in more deprived areas of Norfolk and Waveney than those living in more affluent areas.

From a growing hotel chain to losing almost everything in a battle with his bank; David Easter is one of thousands of small business customers who accuse RBS of wrongdoing. But a new report has given a glimmer of hope.

A Dereham couple who were inspired by a visit to a bereavement respite centre have opened the door to their home to help local communities.

Over the last 21 years Kevin Horne has helped thousands of businesses to get off the ground.

A grandfather has spoken of his despair at being forced to leave his Hemsby home, which has partially collapsed due to erosion.

Easter school holidays are almost here and there are plenty of shows for all the family — from pantos to fairytales, circus to pirates and some really explosive experiments. Simon Parkin highlights 15 family shows not to miss in Norfolk and beyond.

Police have appealed for help in tracing a wanted man who has links to the King’s Lynn area.

More than 20 years after she somersaulted onto the original PlayStation, inspired comic books and defied the laws of physics in two lacklustre Hollywood adaptations with Angelina Jolie, Lara Croft is back in a rebott starring Swedish Oscar winner Alicia Vikander.

A short student film raising the awareness of testicular cancer is in the running for a national award.

It started off with 13 pioneers in a west London park but in the space of a few short years has become an international phenomenon, with almost three million participants in 17 countries, stretching from the UK to Singapore, South Africa, Australia and America.

Sharon Griffiths witnesses a heart-warming episode of kindness on a crowded train.

The star of hit TV series 24 and numerous Hollywood blockbusters will be performing in his other guise of a country music singer-songwriter when he appears at the Waterfront in June.

Southwold overwhelmed West Norfolk in arctic conditions on Saturday in London Three Eastern Counties.

Playing on a Friday evening under newly installed floodlights added to the close nature of this bottom of the table clash.

A seaside café owner is cooking up a treat for a charity show – by reprising her TV moment of fame as a 1960s singing star.

We all know Norfolk is the best place to live, but now it seems the experts think so too.

More than three quarters of Norfolk tourism businesses are satisfied with their performance so far this year, a survey has revealed.

After her partner survived eight mini-strokes, a Dereham woman has decided to tackle a major challenge to raise money for a charity that saves lives.

Russian aggression has forced the UK and allies France, Germany and the United States to take a stand.

Diving, rolling, flipping and synchronizing head swivels to gaze at a delighted crowd, five new sea lions at Banham Zoo just know they’re the stars of the show.

Infectious indie-disco trio Friendly Fires are set to play Norwich as one of just three gigs that marks their first UK shows since 2012 as they confirm new music.

A Lowestoft woman rubbed shoulders with the rich and famous at the Oscars and the Baftas as her husband won one of the golden statues.

Hot off the back of a performance at C2C Festival, the UK’s largest annual country music festival held at the O2 Arena in London, Sarah Darling returned to Norwich to treat country music fans to a night of top class music.

Will Gluck’s family-friendly adventure based on Beatrix Potter’s eponymous floppy-eared creation is well animated and has some good jokes, but with a woefully miscast James Corden ends up trashing the thing it is supposed to celebrate.

He is best known for being a member of the British vocal group Blake and playing the part of Dr Harry Tressler in TV’s Holby City but now he wants to buy a property in Norfolk. Property editor Caroline Culot spoke to actor/singer Jules Knight.

Cabaret compere and performer Chastity Belt will swap sharing the West End stage with Amanda Holden for heading the line-up of Mister Jack’s Raspberry Cannoli Cabaret, which is also being staged on London’s Southbank.

A local artist has been given an incredible honour of having her work displayed among some of the best in the country.

As Norwich City winger Josh Murphy closes on a career landmark, David Freezer assesses the progress of the academy product as a first-team threat after his fine equalising strike at Barnsley in midweek.

The family of a prisoner who died have criticised Norwich Prison for the care he received in the lead-up to his death.

Save Me is a clever layer cake of a drama which boasts outstanding performances from Lennie James and Suranne Jones and is a breath of fresh air in comparison to other tired police procedurals.

A bid to knock down a seafront building in Great Yarmouth and replace it with 10 flats has been lodged.

Southwold will be looking to win their game, while hoping for a favour from elsewhere, as a fascinating battle for the London Three Eastern Counties title continues on Saturday.

North Walsham will have to be on top form if they are to get points from their game against London One North leaders Brentwood at Scottow on Saturday.

Everybody loves a steam train and a nameplate for a special locomotive will soon be an added attraction at a Norfolk museum.

When Norwich City Legends line up against Inter Forever in May it will be a dream come true for DANIELE FISICHELLA, as he explains

A survey this week revealed Norwich is home to some of the worst dressed men in the UK, but is this really fair?

It’s one of our most iconic buildings and a place any musician would be proud to perform.

Colman’s Mustard owner Unilever has confirmed that it has chosen Rotterdam over London as its new legal headquarters, dealing a major blow to the UK government as it tries to uphold Britain’s status as a centre for business after Brexit.

A Great Yarmouth born and bred consultant who has travelled the world and had a diverse career has been appointed as new medical director at the James Paget University Hospital.

Paul Barnes reflects on how a long tradition of British comedy has ended with the passing of Sir Ken Dodd.

It’s one of our most iconic buildings and a place any musician would be proud to perform.

The art of crafts is being celebrated during Makers’ Month at Norwich’s The Forum. Arts correspondent Emma Knights looks at 10 highlights from the festival.

A woman is calling for increased funding for the NHS after her 87-year-old mother had to wait eight hours for an ambulance after falling over.

David North, of Norfolk Wildlife Trust, reflects on four key species which bring an extra touch of nature magic to local rivers.

Tracy Beaker is coming back: as a single mum living on a ‘rough’ housing estate. Millions of us grew up reading Jacqueline Wilson’s books and watching Tracy’s exploits on CBBC. But just what will grown-up Tracy be like?

Norfolk has two bookshops in the running to become the best independent bookshop in the east of England.

As he returns to his spiritual home, Rupert Orton reflects on a musical life from Norfolk to Mississippi

Two Norfolk venues have made the shortlist for the first time in the GQ Food and Drink Awards, and they are owned by the same people.

Victor Bennett tells how Betsy the Morris Minor’s engine was flooded, along with the interior, by the high tide which also left it with a slight smell of salty fish.

From an elaborate enchanted wood full of knitted unicorns, trolls and fairies to a wonderful woollen sculpture of the Queen, an array of colourful craft creations are being put in the spotlight at The Forum in Norwich.

A West End musical show star is the new patron of a Norfolk seaside theatre.

A new train control system could help cut delays on the King’s Lynn to London line.

“There will be nobody like him ever again. He will never be equalled. When he came onto a stage he lit it up.”

The man who spearheaded the organisation of Bungay’s Christmas lights scheme has died at the age of 70.

A national event to mark the end of the slaughterhouse that was World War One will see 100 town criers enlisted by its Gorleston-based organiser.

A London teenager has been arrested on suspicion of drug dealing in Norwich.

A national scheme that encouraged military leavers and veterans to join the ambulance service has received a royal seal of approval.

When Messi is labelled a genius but our political leaders are university also-rans you know something has gone wrong somewhere. Comedian Simon Evans’ brings his new show to Norwich to bemoan that genuine geniuses seem thin on the ground.

Sir Ken Dodd who tickled thousands of comedy fans for decades, including many in East Anglia, has died.

Five decades after Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli last performed together at the London Palladium, the two icons of stage and screen will be brought to life again as part of Judy & Liza, a new production written by West End performer Emma Dears.

For years publishing headlines have been dominated by news of independent bookshops closing their doors due to dwindling trade.

An 18-year-old man has admitted being in possession of a significant amount of heroin and cocaine when he was arrested in Suffolk Square, in Norwich.

A Norfolk cancer charity has benefited from a £15,000 donation from a financial services firm.

A man who killed a “defenceless” father-of-two from Heacham with a kick to the head during a street fight has been jailed for five years.

Norwich will make a bid to be one of Channel 4’s new creative hubs outside London, the leader of the city council has confirmed.

A new documentary tells the story of the refugees who escaped the Nazi regime and found refuge in the UK through the remarkable images of photographer Lotte Meitner-Graf. Simon Parkin talks to the Norfolk filmmaker behind Through Lotte’s Lens.

A visit to an East Anglian farm taught primary pupils about the great outdoors – while headteachers learned how to make lessons come alive outside the classroom.

The problems continue to mount for the government – at times it must feel for Theresa May like these days will never pass.

With the launch of our Enjoy Diss More campaign, here we highlight just some of what the town has to offer.

Channel 4 will move 300 staff out of London and establish a new national headquarters outside the capital, it has been announced.

Photographs taken by a Sheringham woman which highlight the breadth of women’s roles in the First World War have been revealed to mark International Women’s Day.

As we get ever nearer to spring and all the road races and marathons, this week I decided to ask a man who is so well known to everyone in Norfolk about his thoughts on the current day running scene.

At 9am on a drizzly Wednesday morning a woman in her late 40s is clearing away sleeping bags abandoned in a doorway on Davey Place.

A teenage business studies student who was “forced” to come to Great Yarmouth and sell drugs to pay off a fictional debt has escaped jail.

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