Airline Eastern Airways has apologised after cancelling a morning flight from Norwich Airport used by workers in the energy industry.

An inquest has opened into the death of a retired farmer who was killed after being hit by a lorry.

Two children were coerced by a woman into touching her sexually during games that left them both “psychologically scarred”.

A Norwich man believes he has been unfairly fined for parking his car in a disabled bay for just four minutes while he was being sick.

Artists have been out and about celebrating our fine city in paint as the annual Paint Out Norwich competition takes place.

The East Anglian Derby banter has already begun, with former players on both sides of the border looking back on some of their best and worst memories.

The spending of millions of pounds to improve cycle routes around Norwich has had its critics, but new figures show cycling has increased by more than 40pc since the shake-up started.

An independent Norwich store is celebrating 10 years of promoting “geek chic” in the city.

Norwich City will ‘never, ever be a bigger club than Ipswich Town’, says Blues legend Ray Crawford.

A caring graphic artist who drowned in Norwich’s River Wensum self-referred for anxiety and depression workshops before her death, an inquest has heard.

The remnants of Hurricane Ophelia have brought summer temperatures to the region.

The Hostry Festival is now in full swing at Norwich Cathedral’s Hostry and runs until October 29.

Arts correspondent Emma Knights looks at 10 highlights.

Residents fear the upgrade to a bottleneck junction will cut them off from the community and extend journey times.

A west Norfolk pharmacist died after a road accident in America.

Two cafes in Norwich have been shortlisted for a Feed with Confidence award.

Today’s young people are showing a much greater interest in becoming scientists, technologists, engineers, mathematicians and computer specialists, however there is still a global shortage in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) skills which is having a knock on effect on the workforce of the county’s STEM related employers.

A woman lost a tooth and had to have three metal plates inserted in her fractured jaw after an attack in Norwich.

Norwich theatres have joined comedians in paying tribute to Irish stand-up star Sean Hughes who has died aged 51.

A Scottish airline has brought back flights between Norfolk and the North-East for the first time in two decades.

A pop-up charity Christmas card shop has opened next to the Forum in Norwich.

A homebuilder has taken on three apprentices at a Norwich development as it aims to support the workforce of the future.

Some familiar faces will be appearing at the Castle Mall, Norwich as the winners from its Real People campaign have been announced.

Thousands of Norwich shoppers pass his statue every day, but how much do we really know about Sir Thomas Browne? On the eve of a series of events celebrating the 17th-century writer and scientist, his biographer Hugh Aldersey-Williams hails the genius of one of Norfolk’s most brilliant minds.

Royal Fabergé - part of a new Russia-themed exhibition at Norwich’s Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts – explores the story of the famous artist-jewellers and their links with the Royal family. Its curator

Ian Collins tells the tale of an item with a poignant local connection.

A £588,000 project to build a new village hall in Trimingham is on target to be completed by next March.

Holidaymakers will be able to jet off from Norwich Airport to Turkey from next summer with the opening of a new route.

Norwich City Ladies swept to an impressive 5-0 win over Haringey Ladies at Plantation Park to confirm their place in the second round of the FA WPL Plate competition.

Gary Best of Bob Carter retained his Norfolk County Singles Championship title after two days of fierce competition at Hingham Sports & Social Club.

More than a hundred classical music fans turned out to a ‘come and sing’ workshop culminating in a concert at St Peter’s Church, Sheringham, at the weekend.

One of the world’s most well-travelled opera singers Christopher Ainslie is at Norwich Theatre Royal in an epic production, taking on the lead-role in English Touring Opera’s production of Handel’s Giulio Cesare.

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