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Our latest Young Norfolk Sports Academy update comes from artistic gymnast Laura-Rose Cooke.

Inject some real festive spirit into your Christmas shopping with a whirl around the region’s wonderful seasonal markets. To get those special gifts, stock up on local seasonal produce and visit Father Christmas, here is out guide to the best places for festive cheer.

A traditional taste of the Orient came to Norwich as dragon and lion dancing were introduced to pupils at a city school.

From code breaking to fake news - hundreds of future mathematicians attended an event in Norwich which saw numbers brought to life.

Two teenage Norfolk gymnastic stars have enjoyed international success at home and abroad.

A 75-year-old model aeroplane pilot from Norwich is hoping to rise above his competition at an international championships next year.

Norwich School’s under-16 sailing team travelled down to Oxford Sailing Club to compete in the prestigious Eric Twiname/Royal Yachting Association Team Racing Championships.

Saturday October 21 marks the launch of a new Norfolk exhibition celebrating the genius of one of the greatest artists who ever lived: Rembrandt. Trevor Heaton reports on the story behind it.

A “gifted” Norwich student studying classics at Oxford University died from multiple injuries after an incident at a shopping centre construction site.

Tributes are being paid to a gifted former Norwich School student who died at the construction site of a £440m shopping centre.

A Norwich teenager is celebrating after becoming the world’s youngest parkrun director on his 18th birthday.

Fearless, ruthless and uncommonly lucky, Norwich schoolboy Philip Fullard was one of the greatest fighter aces of the First World War. A century on, Steve Snelling examines his extraordinary career.

Kevin Lines, a fine art expert with Keys previews some of the East Anglian art coming up for sale in an event which has global interest

Norfolk Academy of Gymnastics star Laura-Rose Cooke to represent England Gymnastics in the prestigious Leverkusen Cup in Germany next month.

Norwich Castle’s epic archive of more than 11,000 prints is the inspiration behind the latest art show to open at the historic venue.

A Norfolk man has told of “the most emotional moment in his life” when he carried his dying wife into the sea on their last holiday in the Maldives.

Sixth formers in Norwich have scooped the top prize in a space race after the craft they designed reached a staggering 33,000 metres.

Artists and famous faces have joined forces for a special wildlife art exhibition putting the spotlight on threats to iconic animals around the world. Arts correspondent Emma Knights reports

Politically-minded students in Norfolk gathered to grill politicians at a panel debate in Norwich.

Musicians from the Norwich-based Academy of St Thomas will be joined by saxophonist Finlay McEwen for a concert on Saturday.

Carducci Quartet in the glorious Holkham Marble Hall, a concert featuring Norfolk talent saxophonist Finlay McEwen, a Proms night, guitarist Valerie Hartzell and baroque music by candlelight all feature.

A Norwich schoolboy who wowed the judges on the talent show The Voice Kids UK has raised £6,000 for the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital(NNUH).

Nervous anticipation turned into joy for students in Thetford, Watton, Methwold, Brandon and Mildenhall.

A 16-year-old Leicester Tigers full-back has converted his hard work studying for GCSE exams into a set of top results.

A doctor who was raped while on holiday in St Lucia believes her attacker will never be caught due to the “woeful” response from police.

With pre-season getting up to speed for rugby teams, David Freezer travelled to Leicestershire to meet the latest batch of Norfolk youngsters chasing the dream of becoming a Premiership player

The Young Norfolk Sports Academy is encouraging applications for their 2017-18 programmes.

Norfolk’s cultural champions are set to be celebrated at the annual Norfolk Arts Awards.

Norwich School pupil Rory Cruikshank has been selected as part of the Great Britain team for the World Rowing Junior Championships in Trakai, Lithuania.

Norwich School pupils Charlie Rogers, 16, and Harry Williams, 15, have been selected to play for Sussex U16s against Hampshire U16s next week.

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