Travelling to Boston, I felt I’d earned my Lincolnshire sausage.

Diss-based artists Gary and Jo Hincks are set to show their playful side with an exhibition featuring artworks inspired by Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts and Norwich Castle collections.

Patisserie Valerie has been saved from collapsing into administration thanks to a £20m loan offering from the company’s major stakeholder.

Cake chain Patisserie Valerie will cease trading without an “immediate” cash injection after discovering a major black hole in its finances.

A north Norfolk hairdressers has treated customers to coffees and cakes as part of a cancer charity fundraiser.

As Nor-Con returns to the Norfolk Showground for an eighth year of sci-fi and fantasy fun this weekend, here’s everything you need to know about the event.

A decade ago record shops were on their last legs but now they’re reappearing on the high street. Nick Richards spoke to author Graham Jones about how we fell in love with vinyl again.

Sainsbury’s and Asda have been warned by the competition watchdog that their proposed merge is on thin ice after investigations revealed their supermarkets overlapped in 463 areas.

Heptahare was crowned as Norfolk’s favourite GoGoHare, now we want to know which of the moongazers are your favourite.

A science fiction writer and tutor picks some inspirational East Anglian sci-fi people and places

Opinion: Does the Waitrose student exist?

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

A store cupboard with organic soya sauce and rose harissa doesn’t sound like an average student shop... pass the ketchup.

Police are appealing for help to identify three men after a large quantity of alcohol was stolen from two supermarkets in Norwich.

Frozen vegetables, biscuits, and soup are a few of the products which have been recalled in the last 10 days. Do you have any of these products in your home?

A Norwich woman was left with a bleeding mouth after finding glass in a supermarket side dish.

Feeding the kids can get complicated - it has to be healthy and they have to enjoy it. Get it wrong and it’s your fault

Parent, teacher and blogger Sally White has tips to help you start the new school year at the top of the class

A newly married couple have recreated their first date on Great Yarmouth’s iconic Joyland snails.

A North Walsham couple are encouraging people to take care of wildlife by feeding the hedgehogs that visit their gardens overnight.

A Norfolk County Council social worker who was cautioned by police for stealing from a supermarket has been struck off.

Mums recommend their favourite breastfeeding friendly cafes

A national clothing shop in Thetford is set to close its doors in a matter of weeks.

Striking figures, iconic architecture and geometric masterpieces await visitors to the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts’ Sculpture Park. Arts correspondent Emma Knights finds out more.

Families had a great time being creative together during a special day at Norwich’s Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts.

A North Norfolk artist is this year’s winner of Holt Festival’s Sir John Hurt Art Prize and the accompanying cheque for £1,750.

Businesses, charities, communities and individuals have pulled together to back the special day which takes place on Friday, July 27.

Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner will be touring the county to seek views from members of the public about who should govern the fire service.

Internationally renowned artist Laurence Edwards has long been established as a sculptor working in bronze and now his latest works are going on show in Diss.

Pharmaceutical companies are experts at getting us to pay more than we need for brand names. MoneySavingExpert’s Martin Lewis explains how you can save big – but still get the same medicine.

A Norwich supermarket has named the charity it will be supporting for the next year.

Can you help reunite this military dog tag with its rightful owner?

A Great Yarmouth store has announced the local charity which will receive its backing for the following year.

Sainsbury’s has insisted it has the “right strategy in place” despite seeing a slowdown in sales.

Sainsbury’s is set to report a dip in first quarter sales this week, with boss Mike Coupe expected to be questioned on the progress of the supermarket’s £12 billion merger with Asda.

A supermarket in Thorpe St Andrew has donated more than £3,000 to a charity supporting those affected by eating disorders.

In light of Q Magazine labelling Norwich as ‘unfashionable’, Amy Newbery offers 10 reasons as to why that’s completely untrue.

City Hall in Norwich was illuminated blue and orange to mark a worldwide day to raise awareness of motor neurone disease.

From music into the night to rural arts and crafts, fashion shows, art exhibitions and demonstrations, the Royal Norfolk Show offers a host of arts and culture treats. Simon Parkin highlights what to do and where to head to get cultural at the show.

A family fun day aimed at raising awareness of services and organisations for carers throughout Norfolk has been held to round off a week of activities.

Can’t get enough of the World Cup? Here’s how to fill the next few weeks with more football and Russia

The exam period is often a stressful time for many children.

Internationally renowned as the leading light in stained glass, a glorious colourful new exhibition in Norwich of works by artist Brian Clarke sees him continuing to push the boundaries of the centuries-old art form. Simon Parkin reports.

Pubs are struggling and a different major retailer seems to be announcing store closures each week. A supermarket boss has pointed the finger at business rates – but have changes made last year really had a destructive impact? Doug Faulkner reports.

Jeremy Dunn, chief wine tutor at Norfolk Wine School, explains which wines work well chilled, and shares his favourite red wines for summer.

The deadline to enter this year’s Holt Festival Sir John Hurt art prize is approaching.

It seems you ‘live well for more, not less’ if your house is situated close to a top supermarket - with the likes of Sainsburys, Waitrose and Marks & Spencer adding on average more than £21,000 to the price of a property, new research shows.

Two former Norwich barbershop singers are harmonising again, decades after last singing together.

A supermarket in Thorpe St Andrew is searching for a new charity partner for 2018.

The Norfolk and Norwich Festival is bringing 17 days of music, circus, theatre, art, literature and more to the city and county.

There is lots more weird and wonderful fun for audiences to enjoy in the final four days of this year’s Norfolk & Norwich Festival. Arts correspondent Emma Knights looks at some highlights

Norwich-based choir The Voice Project has been filling venue’s across the county with imaginative, original song for the last decade. Arts correspondent Emma Knights finds out about the group’s latest show

Marks & Spencer staff across the UK are bracing themselves for news on store closures this week, as the retailer announces its annual results amid tough times for UK high streets.

Marks & Spencer is expected to unveil another troubling set of annual figures next week as the high street giant’s food arm comes under intense pressure.

A man who was left with “half a skull” after a one-punch attack on a night out has taken part in an exhibition showing the impact a brain injury can have on a whole family.

From sausages to cars, the entire world has gone crazy for weird Prince Harry and Meghan Markle royal wedding memorabilia. Here are 11 things you can buy to commemorate the big day.

From a garden party full of weird and wonderful acts to a performance project on a north Norfolk beach, there are lots of free events to enjoy at this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Festival. Arts correspondent Emma Knights looks at 10 highlights.

A man was arrested in Sainsbury’s after trying to steal more than £200 worth of items.

Filling station owners in Norfolk have raised their fears over the rising price of petrol.

Norfolk Day is fast approaching and dozens of events have been organised by individuals, communities, charities and businesses.

A community fridge has opened in Thorpe St Andrew in a bid to cut down on food waste.

The full impact of the £12bn mega-merger between Sainsbury’s and Asda may not be known for some time.

An Italian concert pianist, several outspoken politicians and a much-loved comedy duo will be among the guests at the 10th annual Holt Festival.

The fate of thousands of supermarket jobs is in doubt after details of Sainsbury’s shock £12bn merger with Asda appeared.

The Avengers have assembled once more for an epic superhero movie that has been 10 years in the making - and an iconic Norwich location features in the film.

Your briefing on all the big questions thrown up by the Asda-Sainsbury’s mega-merger.

Police have released CCTV images to help identify two men following a theft at a Sainsbury’s store.

Truffles and ice creams win big for Norfolk brand.

Norfolk Day is less than 100 days away. To celebrate, we have put together a list of 100 events and ideas communities can get involved with on July 27.

An initiative to reduce food waste and strengthen community bonds has arrived at a Norwich parish church.

A Thorpe St Andrew supermarket has donated T-shirts to people being supported by a domestic abuse charity.

Dozens of communities, organisations and businesses are getting behind the first ever Norfolk Day.

One of the region’s most renowned art competitions has opened with the promise of an increased cash prize and an exhibition at Norwich’s Sainsbury Centre for top entry.

A former Eastern Daily Press reporter, author, and education and museum champion has died aged 93.

Peter Sharkey on REIT investments and why he doesn’t have a satnav

The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts in Norwich was opened 40 years ago today. Trevor Heaton explores the life and times of one of the most trail-blazing buildings in Britain.

Dozens of jobs will be created if councillors back plans for a discount fashion store on the edge of Norwich.

Dozens of jobs will be created if councillors back plans for a discount fashion store on the edge of Norwich.

A staggering 21,000 jobs have been axed in the first three months of the year as retail store closures, company restructurings and Carillion’s collapse resulted in a bleak quarter.

In July 2016 Ron Wilkie, a fit 85-year-old, had a stroke. He spent the next four months in a hospital bed. When he came out he struggled to walk. His son has been asking for physiotherapy to help him recover ever since - to no avail.

This year Easter weekend is from Friday March 30 to Monday April 2.

Staff at Great Yarmouth’s Sainsburys celebrated their fundraising success for Sport Relief.

A supermarket in Thorpe St Andrew has raised £3,821 for Sport Relief.

Families are facing even more late night and early morning disruption because of resurfacing work on a Norwich road.

A new community fridge in a West Norfolk town will help tackle food waste and aid families living in food poverty.

Twelve students have been mending fences at Sainsbury’s after some of their colleagues let them down by shoplifting.

They used to be a predictable mix of dough and dried fruits but now hot cross buns come in all sizes, all flavours and all seasons

The stage has been set for the latest exhibition at Norwich’s Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts in this special anniversary year for the iconic venue.

Opened 40 years ago, Norman Foster’s Sainsbury Centre remains a milestone of the ‘high-tech’ modern archtitecture movement. Now a new exhibition examines how this largely British style would go on to re-build the world.

A Norfolk school has lifted a ban on children entering a Sainsbury’s store after just four days.

A supermarket has banned all children wearing North Walsham High School uniform from entering its store.

A school headteacher has defended a decision to co-operate with a supermarket on banning children from its store, after criticism on social media.

JD Wetherspoon has posted a rise in half-year profit, but warned that sales will be lower over the next six months as the pubs chain is hit with rising costs.

Police are appealing to the public for help in identifying two men and a woman following two theft incidents in North Walsham.

The next stage of a £670,000 road scheme in Norwich is to get underway later this week.

The Argos shop in the Castle Mall shopping centre in Norwich is to close next week.

A Norfolk charity has received almost £1,000 this month in collections made by supermarkets across the county.

A new independent café has opened its doors to customers in Norwich.

A new book opens the doors on one of Norfolk’s most beautiful houses - and celebrates a transatlantic fascination with our heritage. Trevor Heaton reports.

All the fun of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival will once again be heading to the city and county this May. Arts correspondent Emma Knights takes a look at the full festival line-up announced today.

A disability group has received a generous donation and support from a Norwich supermarket.

Visitors are urged to book early for a host of events celebrating the bicentenary of the death of Humphry Repton, one of Britain’s greatest landscape gardeners, who is buried in Aylsham.

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