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After a hugely successful season in the British Roller Derby Championships, the county’s top team, the Norfolk Brawds, made it to play-offs – and returned home victorious after winning two of their three games.

Chilling ghost stories, horror classics, cult films and talks exploring the fact and fiction of the landscapes links to the supernatural feature in the second Fear in the Fens Festival.

A Norwich supermarket is looking to celebrate a special person in its surrounding community.

In-form Thomas Jorgensen is out to impress in tonight’s Premiership Riders’ Championship (7.30).

A former lecturer who escaped to Ireland after being convicted of having indecent images of children has been sentenced to more than three years in prison.

A former lecturer who escaped to Ireland after being convicted of having indecent images of children has been sentenced to more than three years in prison.

Scotland Yard has declared a terrorist incident after a blast sent a “fireball” and a “wall of flame” through a packed London Underground train.

A former lecturer who escaped to Ireland after being convicted of having indecent images of children has been sentenced to more than three years in prison.

A mother-of-one has been branded a “bigot” after accusing a Norfolk taxi driver of being a terrorist.

An audio visual distributor has seen double digit growth as it increased turnover off the back of acquisitions.

Norfolk Iceni Basketball Club’s Sharleen Bradley has been chosen to represent the East of England team at Under-17 level.

An era of fresh, funny, bold and brilliant broadcasting is about to come to an end as Norwich’s Mustard TV prepares for its final shows.

Brick Pizza and Amaretto Delicatessen have made it to the finals of The English Italian Awards 2017.

In this new monthly feature, Sara Davey from UEA Student’s Union talks us through upcoming events at the LCR and Waterfront in Norwich, looks at their favourite gig of the month and shares some of her favourite reactions from social media...

Adnams has appointed a new general manager for the Swan Hotel in Southwold, which is due to reopen in October following a £6m refurbishment.

Norwich’s Mustard TV is preparing its final broadcasts as Archant gets set to sell it to the That’s TV Group.

Everything Everything have announced a headline show in Norwich.

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

A Norwich snooker player who suffers from a rare disability is aiming to pocket his first national title win next month.

At least we beat Birmingham.

Nearly 300 suspects are wanted by Norfolk police for crimes ranging from rape to drug offences - but we can’t tell you who has been on the run for years because officers say it would breach their privacy.

Police are appealing for help to trace the next-of-kin of a man from Oldham who has links to Norwich.

A man originally from Norwich who was hailed as a homeless hero following the Manchester bombing is due to appear in court charged with stealing a bank card from Manchester Arena on the night of the terror attack.

His son was born with a disease so rare that fewer than one in 15,000 children have it.

A Norwich doctor who was suspended over a secret three year affair with a patient is to return to work after he expressed feelings of ‘shame’ over his cheating.

Set before Steven Patrick Morrissey became the iconic lead singer of The Smiths, Mark Gill’s slow-burning biographical drama charts his formative years as he wrestles with his demons in the bedroom of his parents’ home in 1976 Manchester.

Norwich Airport has been rated one of the country’s top airports for providing assistance to passengers with a disability.

Norwich has been named as the Greatest Sporting City in East Anglia as Ipswich falls to second bottom in the country.

An air link between Norwich Airport and the north-east of England will take off once more this autumn, restoring a route that was last flown 20 years ago.

As the band head to the region to play Newmarket Racecourse, Jim Glennie, of 90s indie hit-makers James, talks about the accidental evolution behind their hits and about enjoying the fear of playing new songs.

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