Peter Farley urges us to join together to fight against society’s inequalities.

The Blackpool-born veteran actor who played Frasier Crane’s father in the beloved sitcom from 1993 to 2004 has died - we remember 10 of Martin’s best lines from the show. Hope you’re resting easy in that horrible chair, Martin.

Dodging cultural and literal bullets, Israeli incursions and religion, Mark Thomas is heading to Norwich Playhouse with a show telling the story of what happened when set up a comedy club in the Palestinian city of Jenin.

Norfolk veterans will be heading to Norwich next month to sleep rough, raising funds an awareness for homeless people.

A “violent” man who assaulted and threatened to stab the mother of his son and sent her a string of “vile” text messages has been jailed for three years.

Darkest Hour tells the story of Winston Churchill in the early days of the war. It also features a remarkable portrayal by an almost unrecognisable Gary Oldman. But how does it compare to the many others who have played him?

From churros to empanadas, you can get it all on Norwich Market and now you can even get porridge.

A new book celebrates the life of one of Norfolk’s most gallant war heroes, Hugh Seagrim, and his equally remarkable ‘lieutenant’. Trevor Heaton talked to its author Philip Davies.

A group of Zimbabweans living in Norfolk are closely monitoring events in their home country after the military placed President Robert Mugabe under house arrest.

German prisoners of war left their mark in a Broadland village with phrases like “I’m cold” and “seig heil.”

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Not many charities can persuade their fundraisers to walk 15 miles with a fridge on their back.

They first caught each other’s eye while crossing the Cringleford Bridge at the height of the Second World War.

More than 1,000 armour-piercing machine gun rounds have been discovered buried in a field in Rackheath, near Norwich.

The musical director of a well known Norfolk brass band has successfully completed a cycling challenge in aid of Help for Heroes and is now preparing for a special concert at Wymondham Abbey.

A hand grenade blown up in a controlled explosion in Hellesdon yesterday had been fished out of the river by a man who was ‘magnet fishing’.

John Henry Abigail was one of hundreds of Norfolk men killed at the height of the Passchendaele campaign a century ago. But alone among them he died in front of a British firing squad. Steve Snelling charts his short and tragic life.

A video highlighting the importance of getting injured serviceman and veterans back on track has been dedicated to the late Mark Fincham.

A delicatessen in a Norfolk town is about to open its doors for the final time.

As Norwich prepares to unveil a lasting memorial to one of its bravest sons, Steve Snelling charts the life and myriad battles of Sidney Day whose wartime gallantry reached a peak of valour a century ago.

When imagining an octogenarian celebrating a birthday, one would usually picture an evening out with the family or perhaps a low-key party at the local social club.

A man who disregarded his age to fight in the First World War is the subject of a new drama at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

The nightmare march began in darkness to the dreadful accompaniment of roaring guns and the gentler but no less fearful ‘plopping’ of gas shells.

Homelessness, drug and alcohol abuse, mental health problems and debt is on the rise within the armed forces veterans community.

A highly-anticipated blockbuster film about the Dunkirk evacuation is set to hit cinemas this month and the filmmakers have attempted to show all sides to the massive rescue effort, including the role played by civilian boats, some of which came from East Anglia.

He has dedicated much of the past decade helping others to enjoy the sport he loves.

Playing the saxophone, learning to fly and taking an advanced driving test are all achievements in themselves.

A new generation of recruits are speaking out on Armed Forces Day in support of the men and women who have served their country.

A new service for young carers who are dealing with mental health issues has launched to coincide with National Carers Week.

Jo Cox’s legacy is still struggling to reach the bullies and the angry of our society.

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