He has conducted the Norwich-based Academy of St Thomas for more than three decades but Christopher Adey will be taking his final bow with the orchestra at a concert next month.

Alternative north-east band Field Music bring their brand of indie-pop to Norwich’s Waterfront on Saturday, March 24.

Swaffham resident and district councillor Ian Sherwood has agreed to become Breckland’s ‘Norfolk champion’ for Norfolk Day.

It’s high time we celebrated Norfolk and were proud of coming from here, says David Clayton.

A loving couple want to have a child. That’s good news, isn’t it?, asks Rachel Moore.

Busting the image of “sleepy” Norfolk and showcasing the “dynamism” of our county’s economy will be the goal of its business community during a day of celebration.

With a fizz and a pop and an appropriate amount of flame, pupils were introduced to a world of chemistry they could do at home at Ormiston Denes Academy this week.

For more than 18 months, Brexit has been the biggest issue in the business landscape – but what will it mean for small businesses? And how are they coping with it now?

The disappointment was clear, fully understood only by Ipswich fans in much the same way as only a dog hears its master’s whistle when it, too, can’t keep hold of its lead.

Re-live the latest eventful East Anglian derby and Timm Klose’s late leveller at Carrow Road by watching the highlights of Sunday’s 1-1 draw between Norwich City and Ipswich Town.

Stoppage time goals. They simultaneously thrill and crush supporters, they usually defy logic and they don’t half test the vocal range of commentators.

Evolutionary biologist, primatologist and broadcaster Dr Ben Garrod has thrown his support behind Norfolk Day in becoming an ambassador for the initiative.

“A chance, oh, Norwich have equalised – how awful, oh no! When are Ipswich Town ever going to beat them?!” – cried BBC Radio Suffolk’s commentator.

The reaction to Norfolk Day was as enthusiastic as it was overwhelming as individuals, businesses, TV personalities and politicians from around the county showed their support for the July 27 initiative.

The fast-rising singer, tipped as the next big star of UK soul and jazz and who has alreday collaborated with everyone from Drake to Stormzy, will be at the UEA LCR in October as part of her biggest tour to date.

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.

Broads Authority members of staff and volunteers have received their new uniform which comes as part of a five year partnership between Columbia Sportswear and the UK’s National Parks.

#NorfolkDay shot to the top of Twitter’s UK trending topics following the launch of the exciting new initiative on Friday.

It is a day to celebrate everything that’s wonderful and unique about our county.

Millions fewer journeys are being made on Norfolk buses, with figures showing a near 10pc drop in passenger numbers within three years.

I’m proud and delighted to stand alongside my fantastic colleagues at the EDP and BBC Radio Norfolk to launch the inaugural Norfolk Day.

One of Norfolk’s leading nature parks is marking a landmark anniversary by launching a new programme of events.

A woman watching the latest Fifty Shades of Grey movie collapsed during a screening at the Light cinema in Wisbech and was attended by topless ushers until paramedics arrived.

Edinburgh best newcomer and best stand-up in consecutive years, John Kearns is heading back to Norwich with false bad teeth and wig and a typically surreal show.

The internationally acclaimed group will team up with the chorus to perform music of Spanish Renaissance composer Tomas Luis de Victoria in concert at the St Nicholas’ Chapel.

The Broads has been featured on a bespoke piece of artwork erected at Norwich Airport which welcomes visitors to Norfolk.

One of north Norfolk’s heritage treasures features in a new illustrated book by BBC broadcaster Jules Hudson.

Flanking the doorway of a popular city night spot, Samson and his fellow statue Hercules were familiar faces to generations of young people enjoying nights out in Norwich.

It’s a chilly Sunday evening in November 2010.

An employment tribunal which struck out a claim by a BBC journalist for speaking to a reporter failed to properly consider how it would affect her evidence, an appeal court heard.

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