A burger restaurant in Norwich which opened less than three months ago is to close later this month.

A teenager has raised more than £700 for Cancer Research UK by having her head shaved.

Three Norfolk holiday properties have played a starring role in a major TV campaign launched by an online booking agency.

Does the spirit of a murdered woman still roam the rooms of a shop on Magdalen Street, or has she finally found the peace she was denied in life?

#let me in at your window

Monday, February 12, 2018

A re-working of classic novels to introduce social media has Lynne Mortimer all a-twitter

Menaced at sunset by a hooded spectre that leapt from behind a stone left behind by a river of ice, a Norfolk farmer decided to lay the ghost to rest by guarding it from his grave for eternity.

In her latest column Dereham resident VICKI COCKERILL reports on an organisation which helps parents get out and enjoy a social life...

A former Norwich City striker has been brushing shoulders with a major Hollywood star as he films an upcoming documentary.

Norfolk restaurateur Richard Hughes mourns the passing of French cuisine’s greatest name.

The Norwich City faithful - and even Ipswich Town fans - have showed their support for the Canaries’ mascot Ethan Thomas, whose mother died from cancer.

Support has flooded in for the leader of a Norwich church, after her father was shot dead in a drive-by shooting in the United States.

Norwich City fans have been urged to give an extra loud cheer for the mascot at Carrow Road today.

It escaped complete destruction in a 1915 bombing raid, was struck by lightning on Midsummer’s Night in 1950 and boasts a ghost in the basement - Dereham’s Corn Exchange hides a dark secret: a black-clad spirit who roams underground.

The beautiful beaches, historic buildings and great arts and entertainment are just some of the reasons why West Norfolk is so beloved.

Creepy Neighbour are coming to Norwich next week to support Birds of Hell at Norwich Arts Centre on February 10 along with Ellie Bleach, Gladboy and Happy Coloured Marbles.

It’s been a firm favourite on Suffolk’s events calendar for more than 40 years.

Technology and nature can work hand-in-hand, says Carrie Carey of the RSPB.

WWE star Paige said she was “sad” to miss out on the first ever women’s Royal Rumble due to injury.

Opinion: I couldn’t give a fygge about hygge

Saturday, January 27, 2018

The Scandinavians have hijacked having a nice time by calling it hygge or lagom and suggesting they were the first to realise that open fires and hot chocolate are smashing. It’s time to fight back with some lethargic help from the Netherlands.

When the giant from the marshes met the ogre from the Fens, the ensuing battle was brutal and bloody and led to the creation of a legend passed down by families for hundreds of years.

We had a chat with Don Broco frontman Rob Damiani about the new album, the upcoming tour and more ahead of their headline show at The Nick Rayns LCR in Norwich.

Black Mirror is a razor-sharp examination of modern society which may well make you wish you could live without your technology and social media accounts (for an hour or two, at least). We discover the reasons why we should be watching.

An unholy row broke out after the lord of a Norfolk manor removed coffins from beneath the local church to create room for his own family - it’s never wise to disturb the dead...

They say still waters run deep, and the Lily Pit at Gorleston is no exception. Rumours abound that the pit was once haunted - but which of the three stories attached to it rings the truest?

Norwich WWE wrestler Paige will never perform in the ring again due to her latest injury, according to reports.

Gallery: A look at Ruddy Muddy’s top 10 artworks

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Norfolk van artist Ruddy Muddy is well known across the county and even beyond. Here’s a look at his top 10 pieces.

A man has been inspired to create a website to help people struggling with mental health after volunteering with vulnerable people.

Al Stewart claimed The Year of the Cat was in 1976 when he released an album of the same – but in Norfolk, the year of the cat was most definitely 2011.

Was Brockdish Hall the backdrop for a tragic tale which saw a Christmas bride entombed in a chest for 50 long and lonely years?

A haunted wood, a strange stone that bleeds and a host of legends that link it to a martyred Saint, a ruined nunnery and ritual sacrifices.

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