An airline has scrapped a summer service from Norwich Airport three months before it was due to begin.

Angry families have hit out over a decision to resurface the road outside their homes during the evening and into the early hours.

The agreement of a near two-year transition period after Brexit has provided some relief for East Anglia’s small businesses – but many feel more clarity is still needed on how leaving the European Union will impact them.

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

A Powerchair footballer is looking to achieve her goal of appearing in a third consecutive FA Cup final – with a crucial assist from residents at a Norwich sheltered housing scheme.

Norwich City have announced their first summer signing, after coming to an agreement with Dagenham & Redbridge for their striker Mason Bloomfield.

A Norfolk recycling plant will be expanded from four hectares to six, despite being in the open countryside.

A consultant psychiatrist said the set up of mental health services across the country was “terrible” at an inquest into the death of a Norwich mother.

Home secretary Amber Rudd has vowed new laws set to be passed in the wake of the brutal murder of Kerri McAuley will save lives.

Congratulations to Josh Murphy after he made his 100th appearance in that game – it’s a lovely personal landmark for Josh who quite clearly is enjoying his football at the minute and is loving life at the club this season.

Year 6 pupils at Cromer Junior School had a chance to learn about jobs ranging from police officer to postal worker, at an annual careers day they organised for youngsters from three local primary schools.

A musical, comedy campaign event looking at the NHS is coming to Norwich.

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

Cambridge boss Joe Dunne has no doubt about the talent of Norwich City midfielder Adam Phillips but admits the youngster faces a touch task to force his way back into their team.

Relatives with family members buried in a town’s cemetery have spoken of their anger and hurt at being asked to remove personal items from the graves.

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.

Nigerian first time novelist Ayobami Adebayo, who moved to Norwich to study in 2014, has seen her debut Stay with Me shortlisted for the prestigious Wellcome Book Prize 2018.

A crowdfunding campaign to put one of the city’s most iconic figures back on display has hit its fundraising target.

Norwich City’s on-loan Tottenham starlet Marcus Edwards finally made his return to action as he played the opening hour of a 1-0 win in Poland for the England U20s.

Each week we will be highlighting some missing cats from around the city, in the hope that they will be returned to their owners.

A song specially written for the Michala’s dance school production of Pocahontas at Norwich Theatre Royal has been released as a stand-alone song by local band the Andy Bott Project.

People across Norfolk are today urged to leave the government in no doubt of how desperately the a fully dualled A47 is needed, by sending thousands of postcards demanding action.

St Andrew’s Hall in Norwich hosts a varied programme from the Norwich School Choral Society, writes Christopher Smith

Russell Martin is not planning a Norwich City return any time soon.

Bike sharing firm ofo is now a well established presence in Norwich, with its yellow dockless bikes a common site on the city’s streets.

At a glance Houston, Texas, may not have a lot in common with Norwich but both cities are home to companies which have played their part in the space race.

Police are appealing for help to trace the families of two people who have died in the Norwich area.

The stage has been set for the latest exhibition at Norwich’s Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts in this special anniversary year for the iconic venue.

Alan Partridge might not have been a fan of the pedestrianisation of Norwich city centre - but a £3.3m scheme which removed traffic from Westlegate has been shortlisted for a national award.

A team of students and staff members from a sixth form college are getting ready to take on a half marathon for the East Anglian Air Ambulance.

A retired TV film editor from Blofield is helping the NHS deliver better treatments for the future by championing health research.

Bo Nanafana Social Club host The Correspondents and Dutty Moonshine Big Band for a night of electro-swing, retro-beats and cabaret — Easter bonnets optional!

More bus lanes in Norwich will be monitored by cameras in a bid to catch motorists who drive into them.

A huge expansion at a Norfolk recycling plant looks set to be turned down by councillors.

Kenny McLean admits once Norwich City stepped up their pursuit he was desperate to join the Canaries.

Around £15,000 could be spent on traffic calming measures and junction alterations on a Norwich street to reduce speeding.

Long-running roadworks in part of Norwich are entering their final stages, with resurfacing work due to take place over the next couple of days.

Norwich play their final home game of the season tomorrow when they come up against Old Cooperians in London Two North-East.

The public will soon be able to have its say on proposals to reduce speed limits on several Norwich roads.

A renowned Yorkshire-based church choir will be singing at two Norfolk venues this month, to raise cash for Cromer and District Food Bank.

Legally Blonde has made the successful switch from hit film to hit musical. As it arrives in the region, Bill Ward tells Simon Parkin about switching from dark roles to the feelgood show and sharing the stage with two four-legged cast members.

Sam Sexton’s next opponent has “kicked his training up a gear” by working with Bolton Wanderers footballers.

Norfolk youngster Amy Taylor appears to be getting to grips with the tough challenge of playing Collegiate golf in the United States.

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Norwich United have completed a transfer masterstroke for the final month of the season by securing the loan signing of prolific Planters’ legend Matt Blake.

With the deadline to comment on the Greater Norwich Local Plan expiring today, some concerns have been raised about how user friendly the consultation website is.

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.

Follwing the success of events in Chapelfield Gardens and the Reload Festival, award-winning family rave phenomenon Big Fish Little Fish are back to stage their first indoor rave for under-eights and their parents.

Right, hands up if you would have stayed at home in the warm on Saturday if you hadn’t got a season ticket or not bought your seat for the game a while back.

Repainting Romany Poppitt-Price’s first car, a Hillman Hunter, went with military precision and the help of a tin of Dulux!

When Cassie Hollis was woken up at 5:30am on Wednesday morning, she discovered an adorable surprise waiting for her in her spare bedroom wardrobe.

A man arrested on suspicion of causing an explosion in a public place in Norwich has been released under investigation pending further enquiries.

An MP has written to the chief executive of Britvic to question why staff were not informed of the one-off costs attached to the relocation of its Norwich operations.

Is the internet destroying reasoned debate? David Clayton worries that it might be doing exactly that...

Roadworks, which will last until September, are due to start on a busy road on the outskirts of Norwich next week.

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

A man has been arrested on suspicion of causing an explosion in a public place following an incident in Norwich involving a paintball grenade.

Just hours remain to help shape the future of Norwich and its surrounding towns and villages.

Ditchingham youngster Elizabeth Way is ready to take the next step to fulfil her dream of becoming a professional footballer after receiving an FA call-up to attend a national training camp this weekend.

Former education minister Baroness Gillian Shephard joined international education experts at a conference in Norwich on Wednesday.

There has been a mixture of confusion and anger in a mid-Norfolk village after a new bus timetable revealed that their community would no longer be serviced.

Time is running out for people wishing to help shape the future of Norwich and surrounding areas.

A popular Norwich pizza business is expanding and opening a second restaurant in Norfolk.

Teenage multi-instrumentalists Rosa Walton and Jenny Hollingworth, whose critically acclaimed debut that saw them tour America and play Later...With Jools Holland, release I’m All Ears in June, preceded by new track Falling Into Me.

Family Music Festival, Supply of Alcohol, Provision of live music, provision of recorded music & provision of performances of dance One weekend a year

Emma Healey’s award-winning debut novel, Elizabeth is Missing, is to be adapted for the screen.

Raise your glass to a sumptous new bar in Norwich where you can sip beautifully-crafted cocktails in stylish surroundings. From twisted classics to old favourites, quirky newcomers to distinguished flavours, Chambers Cocktail Company has a drink to suit all tastes.

Norwich City have got the complete midfielder in Kenny McLean.

The opening of a new “boutique” bowling alley in a former Norwich cinema has been delayed.

Students at a mid-Norfolk sixth form welcomed other schools from around the county at a special conference to help further their understanding of psychology.

“Not a bad start” was how three-time winner Craig Denman summed up his day at Snetterton in the opening event for the Lotus Elise Trophy, despite the snowy conditions.

Open wheel Stock Car fans are in for a real treat at King’s Lynn on Saturday (5.30pm) with a triple helping of high speed action.

The Handsome Family returned to Norwich, delivering a unique and memorable rendition of their breakthrough album Through The Trees released 20 years ago.

Friends and customers of a well-known Norwich cafe owner and chef have shared tributes following his death.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis recreates a canape she enjoyed recently at Benedicts in Norwich.

As the original voice of The Rubettes visits Norwich for a night of musical nostalgia, Paul Da Vinci tells how he lent his strikingly-high falsetto to their catchy hit even though he wasn’t in the band or on Top of the Pops.

Gina Long highlights more Norfolk fundraisers in her latest column.

Embattled retailer Carpetright has put jobs under threat as it draws up sweeping restructuring plans which will close poorly-performing stores and see it tap investors for up to £60m.

A mother-of-two has urged people to support children living with mental health conditions.

The family of a well-known Norwich cafe owner and chef have described him as “warm and affectionate” following his sudden death.

Young and old needn’t live on different planets, says Pete Kelley.

A controversial chemical will continue to be used to kill weeds around Norwich after alternatives, including vinegar, were ruled out following trials.

Eve Stebbing is swept along by the soaring melodies and tragedy of Puccini’s poignant opera Madama Butterfly

The current state of the A47 is holding back the growth of Norfolk’s economy, according to business bosses who want to see the road fully dualled.

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.

Amid competition from social media, how do you keep businesspeople interested in meeting each other face to face? Bethany Whymark reports on the new trends in networking.

The reintroduction of public drinking fountains around Norwich has been given support.

Six Norwich city councillors have announced they will not be seeking re-election.

The deadline is looming for people donate to an online fundraiser to showcase a unique Norwich landmark.

A riverside theatre has been crowned one of the top places to watch comedy in the Britain.

Leaving the European Union presents an opportunity to develop a new skills policy for East Anglia, says Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) area lead David Howell.

Imagine yourself as the chief executive of a major company on their way to visit the Norwich office.

Kate McLarnon is returning to Norwich for a special Q&A screening of Even When I Fall, which tells the story of circus performers to give a unique perspective into the complex world of human trafficking.

A mother suffering post-traumatic stress disorder and recurrent depression had been asking for electroconvulsive therapy in the days before her death, an inquest has heard.

Angus Gunn is on Scotland’s international radar - and former Norwich City coach Peter Grant is ready to use his Carrow Road connections to try and entice him.

Is there anything more exciting on a football pitch than a winger in full flight?

Though several cycling events were cancelled last weekend, mountain bike racing at Henham Park near Southwold was able to go ahead and conditions underwheel actually turned out to be excellent, with a dry loamy surface on many of the woodland trails.

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