Thetford’s Polish Language School will welcome a Second World War veteran who will talk about the history of Poland.
The nomadic singer-songwriter, who had a spell living in Norwich, now splits her time between London and Nashville, where she recorded her self-financed debut album and recent single Two Days.
Soldiers based in Norfolk have been training in Cumbria in preparation for a six month deployment in the Baltics.
Norfolk racer Robert Lambert hopes a new fitness regime can help him overcome his injury problems.
Norwich-based World Speedway Champion Jason Doyle is to make a special guest appearance at King’s Lynn’s Adrian Flux Arena next month.
Two amateur historians are aiming to shine new light on a “long forgotten” burial ground hidden away inside a business park near Norwich.
An international engineering company has announced plans to recruit up to 40 employees in the next two years as it opened its first UK base on the East of England coast.
It has been eight years since a woman vanished after walking out of the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital.
This year’s theme for Holocaust Memorial Day (January 27) is ‘the power of words’. To commemorate this important and poignant day, here’s 13 books concerning the Holocaust to add to your reading list.
Victims of the Second World War Holocaust as well as subsequent genocides will be remembered at a special service.
He was a local hero who became a national hero and international hero... his man was Arthur Brough. Derek James pays a personal tribute to a remarkable man.
A memorial service will be held in West Norfolk to remember the lives lost in some of the worst atrocities in modern history.
The name of Colman’s of Norwich could live on if enough support gets behind a bid to make it a co-operative, writes journalist Mark Seddon.
Mike Toms explores how winter light levels affects our wildlife.
A Norfolk-based property consultancy has bolstered its team with an acquisition.
The manager of Eversley Nursing Home in North Denes Road, Great Yarmouth is a regional winner in the Great British Care Awards.
The inquest into the death of a Polish man at a Norfolk mental health hospital opened in Norwich this morning.
Former Norwich City team-mates. Now World Cup rivals. Paddy Davitt discovers there is plenty of mutual respect between Age Hareide and Martin O’Neill, ahead of their two-legged play-off battles.
Several ex-professional footballers are expected to turn out in a charity match being held in memory of an eight-year-old girl who died from lymphoma.
King’s Lynn owner Keith Chapman has admitted he would love to have club icon Niels-Kristian Iversen back.
James and Ola Jordan have nothing but respect for Strictly Come Dancing’s pro dancers, but the show needs to get back to basics says the plain-speaking couple. Entertainment writer Wayne Savage asks them what changes they would make.
In-form Norwich City starlet James Maddison has been named in the England Under-21 squad for the first time, with Canaries goalkeeper Angus Gunn also retaining his place.
A young Lowestoft Town side tumbled out of the FA Trophy after defeat against fellow Bostik Premier Division side Worthing.
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.
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