We take a look at the finalists in the Top100 Accelerator category of the EDP Business Awards 2017.

A medic who was ringside at a boxing match where a young fighter was knocked out and later died has told an inquest there were too many people in the ring as she tried to save him.

A novice boxer who died after he was knocked unconscious in his first public fight did not stand a chance due to lack of medical provision, his sister has told an inquest.

They tell of love, loneliness, a stranger’s journey and even Brexit.

Supporters from a Polish far-right nationalist group with links to the BNP have been criticised for attending the unveiling of a Polish memorial for Second World War refugees.

The Polish heritage of some of Norfolk’s top academics will be presented at a special talk in Norwich tonight.

A motorcyclist who died at the A1075 at Shipdham has been named as 20-year-old IT technician Kamil Wisniewski.

The Battle of Britain Spitfire flypast over Norwich’s City Hall has been cancelled because of the weather.

A consultant cardiologist at the James Paget University Hospital (JPUH) will be taking to the roads of Europe later this month as part of the 2017 Crumball Rally.

With the announcement that football commentator John Motson is to end his 50-year association with the BBC, we bring you an article from 2013 when David Freezer spoke to the commentary legend as we marked the 20th anniversary of Norwich City’s famous Uefa Cup run.

Former students and colleagues have been paying tribute to the late headteacher of Norwich’s Blyth-Jex High School Peter Stiven.

Birmingham look set to give club record signing Jota his debut at Norwich City when Championship action resumes after the international break.

Colin Clarke was a Messerschmitt three-wheeler fan and still drives a modern equivalent. Here he tells of some of the delights and drawbacks of the ’Schmitt.

Angus Gunn’s encouraging start to his Norwich City loan has seen the Manchester City goalkeeper retain his place in the England Under-21 squad.

A major East Anglian meat processor and seller is bullish about its future growth despite suffering a $15m set-back in the aftermath of the Brexit vote.

Bob Carter’s hopes of yet another Summer League Championship title were dealt a massive blow at Wymondham where the home side crushed Carter 8-0 to move top of the table.

The Stars of Norfolk and Waveney celebrates those who put other peoples lives before their own.

A tall ship race proved too much of a tall order for a 125-year-old yacht, after its skipper was forced to bow out of the stern challenge.

Danish star Thomas Jorgensen is desperate to help King’s Lynn return to winning ways when they welcome Wolverhampton to the Adrian Flux Arena on Wednesday night (7.30pm).

Norfolk boy Prince George celebrates his fourth birthday today.

Great Britain hero Steve Worrall will race for King’s Lynn Stars in Wednesday’s Adrian Flux Arena clash with Rye House.

A film created by a Norwich agency which tells the story of a photographer injured in Afghanistan has featured at an international film festival.

German defender Marcel Franke is set to become Norwich City’s seventh summer signing.

Norwich City have knocked back an £8m enquiry for Jacob Murphy from Premier League new boys Newcastle United.

Home hero Robert Lambert has predicted a bright future for Great Britain after banishing the memories of last year’s World Cup final at the National Speedway Stadium.

Robert Lambert put injury behind him to help Great Britain clinch a World Cup final spot in Poland on Saturday.

As a busy season finally come to an end for Norwich City star Jacob Murphy with the England Under-21s, David Freezer takes a look at what the future holds for the in-demand Canaries academy product

GB team boss Alun Rossiter is counting on a passionate King’s Lynn crowd to roar his Lions into the final of the Speedway World Cup.

Norwich City star Jacob Murphy suffered semi-final penalty shootout heartbreak against Germany with England at the European Under-21 Championship.

King’s Lynn’s Adrian Flux Arena will be packed to the rafters on Saturday night, as Great Britain look to go one better than last year, in this season’s Speedway World Cup. MIKE BACON takes a look at their hopes – and their opponents.

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