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Alex Tettey returns after a midweek rest to bolster Norwich City for this afternoon’s Championship battle with Sheffield United at Carrow Road.

Norfolk-raised TV presenter Simon Thomas has opened his heart about the pain and torment the death of his wife Gemma has caused him and their eight-year-old son in a powerful and poignant blog.

We need to be more mindful of our shopping habits, what we buy and what we throw away.

Norwich City loanees Ben Godfrey and Carlton Morris have been enjoying some time under the national spotlight after helping Shrewsbury Town take West Ham to an FA Cup replay.

Subsidies worth £3bn a year to UK farmers will continue until 2024 – and then be replaced by a system of payments rewarding farming practices which improve the countryside for wildlife.

Whether you like your spirits brash with juniper, floral or citrussy, East Anglia’s gin distillers have all bases covered.

Ad Feature: Is the Bitcoin bubble about to burst?

Monday, January 1, 2018

Should we heed a history lesson from the 1700s? asks Peter Sharkey

One of our readers thinks Christmas just isn’t what it used to be anymore. Do you agree?

Why flock to the sales when there’s a wonderful Norfolk beach to flock to instead, says Rachel Moore.

Harry Toffolo would happily return to Doncaster on loan from Norwich City once his broken foot has healed.

Dark stories of the north are being retold in films and television series and by a Norfolk author Kevin Crossley-Holland who has been breathing new life into Norse folklore for decades

London has always revelled in its reputation for being different, attracting praise and scorn in equal measure.

Their average age is 76, with the oldest band member 89, and the joke among them is that every show could be the last.

Three important county championships take place next month.

Plans described as “difficult and “unambitious” could reverse swathing cuts to the rural rail network by restoring services which were scrapped in the 1960s.

A bogus fundraising page and Twitter account have been set up to try to exploit the death of Gemma Thomas, the wife of Norfolk-raised TV presenter Simon Thomas.

A new cafe which specialises in serving up luxurious desserts is looking to move to Norwich city centre - and to stay open until 11pm each day.

With 13 young players away from Norwich City on loan this season, DAVID FREEZER finds out how the Canaries prospects have been performing.

Traditional indie rock band The Sherlocks will be headling The Waterfront on February 2, 2018.

English Folk/Americana singer and songwriter John Smith is coming to Norwich on his headline European tour.

Keith Skipper bemoans the way a certain special time of the year is getting started earlier and earlier...

A drive to alleviate loneliness and rural isolation has led Norfolk’s WIs to seek funding for better digital skills training to help women stay connected online.

News that the world’s first and largest dockless bike sharing company will launch in Norwich tomorrow is to be welcomed.

Its distinctive yellow bikes have become a feature of 180 cities across the world - and are already the right colour for our legions of Canaries fans.

Video: Celebrating true Norwich great Sir Thomas Browne

Monday, October 16, 2017

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.

Although we are probably too embarrassed to admit it, most of us over-eat despite all those pledges to reduce the size of our platefuls and be sensible about our choice of food. Being careful most days lessens the guilty conscience when we pile up our plates with a traditional Sunday roast or relish the indulgence of crispy batter on a large shop-fried cod – with chips, of course.

Opinion: The Oxford medical student who escaped prison despite stabbing her boyfriends is a textbook case of how the system favours the privileged, says Rachel Moore.

A fundraising page set up for a hugely popular Norfolk runner who suffered a stroke during an ultra-race has smashed through the £14,000 mark.

A bright bunch of North Walsham students have celebrated their time at a historic Norfolk college with a special graduation.

Chilling ghost stories, horror classics, cult films and talks exploring the fact and fiction of the landscapes links to the supernatural feature in the second Fear in the Fens Festival.

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