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A new facility to enhance research at a Norfolk hospital is to open its doors in summer.

A project celebrating a Norwich university’s unique gig history, which has connected alumni across the world, has won an international award.

Two theatre companies featuring University of East Anglia graduates are preparing to take to a Norwich stage with a double bill of new shows.

When pupils complained no-one wrote books about children like them, teacher Hayley Long turned novelist. Now she is a full-time, award-winning writer, living in Norfolk with her next two books set in Suffolk

UEA academics discuss some of the key research at the university which will be demonstrated at the Royal Norfolk Show next week.

Dozens of Norfolk youngsters perfected their batting swing during a day of kwik cricket finals.

Loyal customers are supporting a food business which has moved into a temporary shop after its original base was gutted by fire.

Entrepreneurs of the future from around the region battled for a spot in the national finals of an enterprise contest.

Three new super-fast bus routes could cut through Norwich to link communities and business areas as the revolution to relegate cars from pole position gathers pace.

Comedy royalty spent two nights under canvas at a luxury camping site in Norfolk while they filmed their new BBC comedy about angling. On which note, two parrots were sitting on a perch. One said to the other ‘Can you smell fish?’

“You don’t choose learning disability nursing, it chooses you.”

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

A voluntary organisation which has mentored 500 Norfolk businesses and entrepreneurs over the past decade is winding down its operations.

Norwich’s commercial needs will be the focus of a conference bringing together local and national experts.

Scores of events have now been organised to celebrate the first ever Norfolk Day this summer.

A former Norwich adult nursing student has urged men to look after their skin this summer, having been diagnosed himself with skin cancer.

People in Norfolk have reported that they felt the effects of a 3.9-magnitude earthquake which hit Lincolnshire on Saturday night.

Ageism is the most common form of discrimination and the most unlikely to go unchallenged, a report by a public health charity has found.

People from across our county have been recognised for their contributions to health, education, business, the arts and their communities in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.

In a dramatic twist in the retail sector’s downturn House of Fraser announced it was to cut a swathe through its estate – axing more than half its stores.

Researchers in Norwich are inviting members of the public, health professionals, carers and anyone who would like to know more about dementia to a free event on Thursday, June 21.

Today marks 50 days until the first ever Norfolk Day celebration on July 27. This week we find out how a university-based business hub is getting involved.

The University of East Anglia (UEA) has been placed 23rd in the world in the 2018 Times Higher Education (THE) Golden Age University rankings .

The productivity puzzle has bedevilled the country for a decade – but new research suggests firms are still be refusing to face up to the problem.

Our weekly parkrun round-up focuses on the runners at Lowestoft, Gorleston Cliffs, Brandon Country Park and Thetford. Mark Armstrong reports

A road link between the A47 and the newly-opened £205m Broadland Northway must get moving soon - otherwise the county could be “still talking about it in 30 years’ time”.

A nationally-significant Anglo-Saxon gold treasure found in a Norfolk field has been saved for the nation following a fundraising appeal.

Climbing a mountain is a feat on many people’s bucket lists, however few are tough enough to make good on their dreams.

The East Anglian Book Awards are back for an 11th year, celebrating the region’s writing talent. Trevor Heaton reports.

A mother from Costessey has written a poetry collection about living with mental illness, partly inspired by hearing everything in rhyme during a period of psychosis.

Greg James has been revealed as the new presenter of the BBC Radio 1 Breakfast Show after Nick Grimshaw announced he was stepping down following six years on the show.

A mental health pharmacist is the first in the country to get a funding award to help people with bipolar disorder take their medication.

What could be better than tucking in to some free breakfast treats?

A host of notable names from the worlds of politics, business, literature, media and technology are set to be awarded honorary degrees by the University of East Anglia (UEA) this summer.

Retro music lovers flocked to a city park to hear 1980s classic hits yesterday.

A Norwich-based networking group has marked its 15th anniversary with a pledge to “stay relevant” in an evolving business environment and maintain its links with local students.

Castlemeadow Care hosted a free dementia, health and information event at the Norman Centre in Norwich.

It has been a bellwether for the high street for more than a century; its buildings dominating the centre of cities like Norwich and its name a by-word for quality.

A city park will be filled with live music this weekend following the return of a retro festival.

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

The shape of DNA can be changed with a range of triggers including copper and oxygen according to research from the University of East Anglia.

Improved regulation has deterred a greater amount of financial misconduct in the UK since the global financial crisis, according to a new study from the University of East Anglia (UEA).

It has been an admired feature of rural buildings for many centuries and involves a skilled pair of hands.

Norwich’s new Lord Mayor and Sheriff have been sworn in, with a pledge to raise money for an enterprise which helps the city’s homeless.

A promising young poet and former Norfolk and Norwich Festival volunteer is to be remembered at a special literature event this week.

With the deadline looming for the 2018-19 cohort, DAVID FREEZER finds out more about the Norfolk Sports Academy and the athletes who have benefited from the project since its launch two years ago.

It is a team of just one sergeant and eight police constables.

A PhD student who researches the development of painkillers using spider venom toxins has been recognised internationally.

Norfolk author Henry Sutton is about to publish the second in his acclaimed ‘Yarmouth Noir’ crime thrillers. Daniel Bardsley caught up with him.

People thinking about returning to higher education can find out more about arts and humanities courses available at an event at the University of East Anglia this month.

People with disabilities will have the chance to try out a range of specially-adapted bikes in Norwich on Friday,

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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A PREMISES LICENCE S.U.S. E.A. Ltd are to apply for a Premises Licence on lawned areas of UEA Campus, NR4 7TJ between Nelson Court and Broad.

A £75m scientific institute will put Norfolk at the forefront of research into health and food, a government minister said as he announced a further £40m funding for the project.

Two Norwich scientists have won international honours for their work in the field of plant biology and its implications for both human health and agricultural crop protection.

More than one in 10 people in the East of England have suspected a colleague of taking illegal drugs while at work, new research shows.

A war-time hangar which was transformed into Norwich’s International Aviation Academy has won an award for its ‘outstanding’ design

Joe Smith, who lives in Norwich, has worked as a nurse for eight years after completing a degree in paediatric nursing at the University of East Anglia.

Jess Foster, who lives in Poringland, has worked as a nurse at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) for eight months after completing a degree at the University of East Anglia.

The University of East Anglia (UEA) has appointed a new head of the social sciences faculty, which includes Norwich Business School.

Fans have flown in from as far as Chicago to witness their hero in action as he played a live set in a Norwich music store.

Her first novel was an international bestseller, now Emma Healey has a new book out which transforms a mother’s tense relationship with her teenage daughter into a must-read mystery.

Disabled sport in Norfolk has been handed its biggest cash boost in a decade, after successful bids for almost £335,000 of money from Sport England.

A businesswoman has put out a rallying call to bring the community together in order to revamp a popular park and protect it for future generations.

Wading through foam and being blasted by bubbles was one way to keep a little cooler as the region basked in glorious Bank Holiday weekend weather.

Bank holiday revellers are due another scorching day in the sun, as the hot weather looks set to continue until tomorrow.

A festival aiming to inspire young people with the world of words is preparing to fly into Norwich for another year.

A sports star has visited a school in her home borough to give pupils top tips on being a shot putter.

Closing roads around schools, fining drivers for leaving their engines running and getting cleaner buses.

Researchers from University of East Anglia have helped provide fresh insight into how huge volcanic ash plumes, which can critically disrupt aviation and cause major impact on the ground, are transported in the atmosphere.

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.

Researchers in Norwich will use underwater robots as part of a £20m project to explore how quickly a large Antarctic glacier could collapse.

More than nine out of 10 undergraduate students at Norwich’s universities were educated at state schools, figures show.

Whatever happens when people head to the polling stations next Thursday, voters in University and Wensum wards are guaranteed to have a new face representing them at Norwich City Council afterwards.

A Norwich university has jumped 20 places in a national league table - the second highest leap of any in the country.

Members of the public are invited to the third annual Green Film Festival @UEA in May.

More than 250 girls from schools and sixth forms from across Norfolk will get an insight into science and technology careers.

A project which saw young people create and run their own business has awarded wniners at a Norwich ceremony.

There is the chance to work with a professional playwright as some exciting and practical workshops have been announced at the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft.

The powerhouse financial services sector in Norwich has been urged to come together to make its voice heard through a revamped and refreshed industry body.

A man has appeared in court in connection with a murder of a woman in Godric Place, Norwich, and is due to stand trial in September.

Where is your business on the workplace wellbeing journey?

It has been a busy week for Dereham Sixth Form College with students welcoming a range of guest speakers.

A Norwich businessman has levelled up after rebooting his gaming business.

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.

The Archers’ Tim Bentinck remembers getting up to no good during school holidays in Norfolk, why writing comes easier in the county and laments the loss of rural railways.

Helen Baczkowska of Norfolk Wildlife Trust reports on the launch of a major new project to celebrate our

nature-packed and historic commons.

A trade body for one of Norfolk and Suffolk’s biggest industries is seeking feedback on its proposals to advance the sector’s development.

The spirit of collaboration and innovation between academia and industry was celebrated at an event at the University of East Anglia (UEA).

A team of archaeologists will be digging up Victorian rubbish in a small section of the Beaconsfield Recreation Ground in Great Yarmouth at the weekend.

The Norfolk and Norwich Institute for Multidisciplinary Education (NANIME) hosted an interactive information day to highlight the importance of simulation training and how it can support medical specialties across the hospital.

The University of East Anglia will be holding an information session in April for those interested in training to teach at primary level.

A Norwich university has joined counterparts across the UK in signing a commitment to ensure greater recognition of its technical staff.

The force is set to awaken in Norwich as a new Star Wars-themed event comes to the Norfolk Showground.

A Norfolk man who has lost nearly a third of his body weight is headed to London for one of the biggest physical challenges of his life.

East Anglia will help lead a multi-million pound project to boost enterprise training and job opportunities for thousands of social housing residents on both sides of the Channel.

From a show paying homage to Kung Fu movies to a circus spectacle especially for little ones - there is lots to look forward to in The Garage’s new season of shows and events.

The technology and digital sector is on the rise in East Anglia as shown by last year’s TechNation report which showed it supports more than 17,000 jobs in Norwich and Ipswich alone.

Today (April 7) the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts at the University of East Anglia (UEA) celebrates 40 years of success - to mark the occasion, here’s a look at 13 fantastic photos of the iconic gallery.

At this time of year, most people are thinking of eggs of the chocolate variety. But an entrepreneur from the University of East Anglia has hatched plans to turn unwanted eggs into a business – and crack down on food waste at the same time.

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