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The voices of singers from the Wymondham Choral Society have helped to fill one of the world’s most famous musical venues - New York’s Carnegie Hall.

We asked the general election candidates in Norfolk and Waveney to tell us why you should vote for them today. We also invited them to submit videos outlining their three priorities. This is what they said:

Mystery surrounds the motives of a group of more than 30 passengers and crew who travelled under different identities aboard the ill-fated Titanic.

What if one day someone told you owned a gold mine? It just wouldn’t happen, would it? But it did to Norfolk man Michael Cadge’s family. Only, all was not quite as it seemed. Trevor Heaton tells the amazing story of the Gold Bar Swindlers of Cripple Creek.

Wes Hoolahan aims to take his Norwich City frustrations out on the international stage when he features for the Republic of Ireland over the coming days.

I was talking to my friend in New York on Saturday morning. And then it struck me. I was talking to my friend in New York and it was Saturday morning!

Wes Hoolahan has the green light to focus on Austria and fire the Republic of Ireland a step closer the World Cup finals.

The avant-garde music pioneers will share a stage in Norwich, the only UK date outside London for their American Style project.

Tech firm Proxama has scrapped plans to sell its digital payments division and will instead carry out a million-pound restructure.

He has performed across the globe and is a common sight in Norfolk as he busks in the region’s biggest cities and towns.

Two paintings by Norfolk artist Sir Alfred Munnings are expected to fetch more than £1.5m at an auction in America.

Strictly sweethearts Kevin and Karen Clifton will perform in East Anglia this June as part of their UK tour. And two lucky members of the audience will have the chance to join them on stage, reports Rachel Banham.

Wes Hoolahan faces a trip to America to play Mexico next month in a warm up for the Republic of Ireland’s World Cup qualifier at home to Austria on June 11.

My name is Carsten Thorkildsen and I live in Aalborg, Denmark.

People can enjoy music from around the world and across the spectrum at this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Festival.

Festival-goers are set to have an out-of-this-world experience during the opening week of this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Festival.

Arts correspondent Emma Knights finds out more about the Museum of the Moon which is heading to the city.

Grief and its far-reaching effects have been in the news lately with footballer Rio Ferdinand and princes William and Harry speaking about their own experiences of bereavement. It’s also an issue Norfolk author Jon Lawrence explores in his latest novel. Sheena Grant reports.

A former pupil at Attleborough High School is returning to the wards of Holby City hospital after reprising his role as a junior doctor.

The classic American musical romantic comedy about a couple of big city gamblers and the women who love them is being staged by Bury St Edmunds Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society.

Aldeburgh is a beautiful seaside town to visit regardless of the season, with its thriving high street, beautiful buildings, fresh-fish shacks and colourful boats on the shingle beach, this stretch of Suffolk’s heritage coastline is a treat for all the senses and is awash with things to see and do.

One of East Anglia’s best churches was crumbling away until a Victorian rescue mission saved it. Then one of the most famous names in art waded in. And, as a new book reveals, the battle was only just beginning. Trevor Heaton reports.

Nobody believed Ian Odgers when he told friends and family he was going to run the London Marathon.

As we approach Lost Sock Memorial Day. Lynne Mortimer considers the eternal mystery of the missing sock and pays tribute to her best-ever lost sock.

The New York city skyline is on the walls, American football is played on a huge television and there are booths to sit and eat your rack of ribs.

Baseball had it all. It had Babe Ruth, it had one of sport’s greatest quotes (say it ain’t so, Joe). It had notoriety, glamour, history.

The director of the Sainsbury Centre has entered the debate over the controversial Sir Anthony Gormley sculptures at the University of East Anglia, saying he is proud to have brought masterpieces by the acclaimed artist to the region.

From New York to Norwich Puppet Theatre with no strings attached - comedy musical The Producers is heading to the city venue later this month.

Audiences are loving the toe-tapping and glamorous revival of 42nd Street in London’s West End, and among the musical’s backers is a former Norwich School pupil turned international businessman. Arts correspondent Emma Knights talks to Brooke Greville, chief executive officer of investment company G Entertainment.

Most of us cannot imagine life without our brothers and sisters, no matter how annoying they can be.

But today is the perfect chance to let them know how much they mean to you.

This celebrated New York jazz venue, the Cotton Club, at its height back in the thirties and forties, was rather unfortunately renowned for the racial aspect of being a troupe of brilliant black musicians and dancers, putting on an energetic and highly skilled show for a totally white audience.

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