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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.