The winner of the tenth East Anglian Book Awards has been announced.

From Spitting Image to ceramics, a new exhibition looks at the highlights of Roger Law’s extraordinary career. Arts correspondent Emma Knights finds out more.

Norfolk and Suffolk’s retailers are preparing for the Black Friday and festive rush amid challenging times for the high street. Doug Faulkner finds out how they are feeling ahead of this key season.

South Norfolk Council has opened its first Community Fridge.

The rubber puppet of the US President will go on display for the first time at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts as part of a retrospective of the work of the satirical TV series co-creator Roger Law.

It is a simple idea aimed at cutting a growing problem - food waste.

As a new report reveals the East of England lost more high-street shops than any other region in the first half of 2017, we take a look at a selection of the comings and goings.

On World Kindness Day we have the chance to make a difference to someone’s life − a stranger, a friend, a loved one. Seize the day.

Cookery workshops, shopping advice sessions and ‘community fridges’ are set to be launched across Norfolk as the fight to cut food waste is stepped up.

Lynne gets herself into a bit of a pickle - Branston pickle

Clothing and home goods chain TK Maxx is looking at opening a new branch in Longwater, it has been revealed.

It is a cool idea designed to tackle two problems at once.

Volunteers from three charities raised hundreds of pounds at a Thorpe St Andrew supermarket.

This year’s Poppy Appeal has been launched in Thorpe St Andrew.

A major chain of pharmacies has announced plans to close up to 190 branches – prompting a Norfolk MP to warn about the health and social risks of losing the “lifeline” service.

A Suffolk entrepreneur is celebrating after his health drinks start-up hit a turnover of £3m in its second year.

A Lowestoft teacher could be honoured at an upcoming televised awards ceremony.

We take a look at the finalists in the Enviro-Technologies category of the EDP Business Awards 2017.

A Thorpe St Andrew supermarket is accepting old coins and cash to help raise money for The Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal.

Royal Fabergé - part of a new Russia-themed exhibition at Norwich’s Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts – explores the story of the famous artist-jewellers and their links with the Royal family. Its curator

Ian Collins tells the tale of an item with a poignant local connection.

Russian art is taking centre stage at Norwich’s Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts in two new and contrasting exhibitions opening this weekend.

Do not play Junior Cluedo with my grandson.

As Nor-Con returns to the Norfolk Showground for another weekend of SciFi and fantasy fun, here’s everything you need to know about the event.

A rapist is still at large three months after a woman was attacked in Thorpe St Andrew.

A business boycott of a production facility owned by the UK’s largest supplier of supermarket chicken could have implications for two East Anglian processing plants.

A man who was banned from drinking alcohol around King’s Lynn bus station has been jailed for six months after he repeatedly breached the ban.

An investigation claims to have revealed a series of alleged breaches of food safety rules at a factory belonging to one of the largest suppliers of chicken to UK supermarkets.

Prince Harey, Haratio Nelson and Harey Potter were just some of the designs sponsors could choose from for next year’s GoGoHares trail.

Art fans have more time to enjoy one of the exhibitions at the Sainsbury Centre as the Norwich venue has extended the run of its art show focussing on the work of artist Rana Begum.

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