First the disclaimers...

In general I love the current trend of bands from the 80s and 90s getting back together and touring again. Many of them are bringing fresh life to old songs and giving people a great time once more.

One of Norwich’s leading accountancy firms is to close its city offices as it encourages staff to work on the road instead.

Peter Hook & The Light are coming to Norwich next month to headline The Waterfront on December 7.

Murder, rape and drug driving offences are among more than 200 cases in Norfolk and Suffolk where convictions could be jeopardised due to suspected manipulation of forensic evidence.

An alternative model has taken part in a competition.

An influential think tank has called on Norfolk’s district councils to be merged to stop the county being “left behind”.

Fishing retailer Angling Direct has reeled in two North West businesses as it continues its expansion.

I would like to register my name in support of the discontent of the villagers of Necton with regards the increase of the current site within Necton and which is highly visible along the A47.

In my role on the EDP and Evening News newsdesk, I read countless stories each day.

It’s a national obsession already, but I’ve had even more reason than normal to check the weather predictions this week.

The country’s favourite time lord has been around for more than half a century, but there’s never been an adventure set in Norfolk - until now.

Norwich City legend and proud father, Bryan Gunn, speaks to Mark Armstrong, about his son’s England call-up and the youngster’s plans beyond next season

With support from Basement and Ecca Vandal, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes are headlining the UEA on December 7, 2017.

As part of our series looking at the future of local government, political editor Richard Porritt looks at what hasn’t worked elsewhere.

Tom Grennan, a singer-songwriter from Bedford, will be headlining The Waterfront in Norwich on March 18, 2018.

Traditional indie rock band The Sherlocks will be headling The Waterfront on February 2, 2018.

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Smartphone repairs company Anovo UK said it remained confident for the future despite its accounts dipping into the red.

Terrorism has had some obvious and horrific impacts recently, including in Manchester and in London.

The New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership has published the economic strategy for Norfolk and Suffolk, setting out the plans of councils, businesses and other partners for the next 19 years.

Originally from Norwich, jazz trio Mammal Hands are returning to play a headline show at Epic Studios ahead of their third album release.

Norwich grew faster than London, Manchester and Bristol in the second quarter of 2017, research has revealed.

Two glitter ball winners and one professional take to the stage for a sold-out style show in King’s Lynn to swing, bop, jitterbug, lindy hop and jive through some of the greatest songs from the 1950s.

After some time working on new material, Marmozets, an English rock band from Bingley in West Yorkshire, return to Norwich on their headline tour.

Not many charities can persuade their fundraisers to walk 15 miles with a fridge on their back.

Walk The Moon, a pop-rock band from Cincinnati are heading to Norwich.

The new chief executive of the region’s failing mental health trust has said things need to go back to basics to fix problems highlighted by inspectors.

The Irish comic is known as one of the fastest thinking stand-ups around in manics shows that mix improv, props, lightening quick wit and audience interaction. As he bring his latest show The Man With Three Brains, he will be attempting not only trip himself up.

Lowestoft’s Craig Poxton has been handed the chance of a lifetime after confirmation that his next fight will be for the WBO European super-featherweight title.

I’ve felt sorry for postmen around the country this week.

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