Larkman Lane in Norwich has been closed this afternoon close to the junction with Dereham Road.

Tens of thousands of anti-Brexit demonstrators fell silent at Parliament Square in tribute to the victims of the Westminster attack this afternoon.

A countdown has been triggered for the community to safeguard the future of the Number 12 pub in Norwich after Enterprise Inns announced their intention to offload it.

With headgear reminiscent of Children’s TV show Bill & Ben Flower Pot Men, one Norwich man has braved the streets of the city wearing nothing but a pair of pants and a sunflower pot on his head.

A Norwich drama group for children and young adults is looking for new members to appear in a production of James and the Giant Peach.

Train services between Norwich and Cromer were disrupted for several hours today after a bus hit the Cromer Road railway bridge in North Walsham.

A special reunion concert celebrating many decades of music making in the county will be performed by the Norfolk County Youth Orchestra next month.

Runners have reacted angrily to the announcement that they are now expected to pay to park on the National Trust estate.

A Christian Labour MP has told of how he was stabbed by a Muslim constituent in 2010 - and how he believes the shared values of all faith groups are important in politics and society.

Firefighters were called to the scene of a crash in Norwich today.

From a Cold War thriller to a youth production of Sleeping Beauty, there is lots in store for people to enjoy in the new programme of events announced by The Garage for its summer season.

The Norwich buskers whose performance went viral yesterday have branded the public response as ‘overwhelming’.

Norfolk and Norwich Festival is looking for asylum seekers and refugees who would like to share their stories as part of a new performance to be presented this May.

With the Championship side not playing this week due to the international break, many football fans will be stuck with how to spend this weekend. From hockey to Holkham Beach, here are 10 boredom busters to see you through.

It is never dull at Norwich City. Downturns on the pitch, revamps off it. How did we get here? Head of sport Chris Lakey asks the questions. Canaries’ correspondent Paddy Davitt strives to answer them.

Classic car run

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Owners of classic and sports cars of all ages can enjoy a drive through Norfolk countryside and help charity at the same time on the fourth annual Nelson County Car Run on August 20.

Carlton Morris admits he is ‘champing at the bit’ to get his loan at Rotherham United up and running.

With Mother’s Day this Sunday, many of you will be pulling your hair out in desperation. What should I get her? What does she want? Why did I leave it so late again?

Traditional in appearance yet bright, warm and contemporary inside, White Cottage, Saxlingham Nethergate, has been built to mirror a pretty 18th century property that once stood on the site.

Tickets for Little Mix’s Morwich gig in Earlham Park are selling fast with 2,000 of the tickets selling in just two minutes.

Opinion: Efforts to make cyclists use cycle lanes are doomed to failure, says Steven Downes.

From Take That playing two dates at Norwich City Football Club to Tom Jones performing at Holkham Hall in north Norfolk - our region looks set to enjoy a great summer of outdoor music this year and a major profile boost on the national stage.

Firefighters were called to a fire at a home in the north of Norwich this morning.

A former prisoner has gone from jail to spreading awareness about mental health after rediscovering his talent for the ancient art of origami while inside.

A teenager from Thetford had an important message to tell young people at a major speaking event held in Norwich - “don’t be afraid to be yourselves”.

Cyclists have today defended themselves against criticism for not using Norwich’s multi-million pound network of cycle lanes.

Boats moored on a section of river bank in Thorpe St Andrew could be fined up to £100 if they stay beyond 24 hours.

Thousands of people across East Anglia have donned a red nose today to raise money for Comic Relief.

People living close to one of Norwich’s most recognisable landmarks whose lives have been blighted by drug dealers are hoping a police crackdown will end their misery.

A man was caught inhaling butane gas the day after he was released from prison for an earlier breach of a criminal behaviour order imposed to stop him doing it.

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