Blickling has a famous ghost – more about her another day – but other spirits have made the hall their home, including the man whose ancestor built the Jacobethan mansion.

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

A couple has urged others who have lost a baby to speak out about the experience in a bid to stop the loneliness that comes with the tragedy.

With a reputation for special performances in an intimate setting Halesworth Arts Festival has become a much-loved fixture on the region’s artistic calendar. We take a look at what’s in store in 2017 as its begins this weekend.

Opinion: Nothing dates worse than a trendy first name. Just ask Steven Downes...

The founding fathers of fuzz-pop return 30 years after the release of their seminal debut album Psychocandy, that mixed sneering angst and noise distortion with hypnotic sweet melodies layered with dark lyrics.

Diners are being served up a menu of ghostly tales at special dinner events taking place at Norwich’s historic Guildhall.

Hidden from the Holt Road are the relics of a prosperous past, the skeleton of a once-magnificent manor house once home to the Heydon family, a hidden gem now owned by English Heritage and boasting a very curious caretaker: a spectral sentry.

As the 20th anniversary of her death approaches, we asked our readers to share their memories and thoughts on Princess Diana. Here’s a look at what you had to say...

They are symbols of longevity – and abiding mystery. Trevor Heaton looks at the life and times of the yew, and how it links in with East Anglia’s ancient story.

I don’t go in for a lot of social media.

Nolan’s film provides a moving portrayal of the heroic actions of the crews of the 700 ‘Little Ships of Dunkirk’ who sailed to Dunkirk to rescue servicemen who were stranded on the beaches and in desperate need of deliverance from the advancing Axis armies.

It is one of the great love stories of history, so no exhibition about Horatio Nelson could really tell his life without mentioning Emma Hamilton. Norwich Castle Museum’s Nelson & Norfolk is no exception, as Trevor Heaton discovers.

A woman was fatally struck by a police van which had its blue lights on, investigators have said.

Prince William has written a letter sharing his ‘profound respect’ for his colleagues in the East Anglian Air Ambulance as he prepares for his last shift as a pilot for the charity.

Norfolk boy Prince George celebrates his fourth birthday today.

Cricket today can be a solemn affair, tedious and drawn out for the spectators.

Tom Neil flew 157 times during the Battle of Britain, shooting down 13 enemy aircraft.

In the beginning was a world of wool, which blossomed into a creation story packed with life-size knitted animals for the second Blossom and Yarn Festival

From Jem Mace to the Walsh boys and from Ginger Sadd to Jon Thaxton....Norfolk has produced, and still is producing talented and tough boxers.

A woman in her 40s died after suffering a cardiac arrest at an address in Great Ryburgh, near Fakenham.

Rollerskating horses, park playmates with pale pink hair, cranky crocodiles or a world of kittens and walking trees hidden behind child-only tubes – we celebrate childhood imaginary friends

The society wedding of the year has seen Pippa Middleton wed James Matthews in front of royalty, family and friends.

Model students from a north Norfolk high school strutted their stuff on the catwalk to help raise cash for their summer prom.

The air ambulance the Duke of Cambridge regularly flies for our region’s life-saving service in the sky had a near miss with a drone, an aviation report has shown.

Just because a chef is famous doesn’t mean they’re always right – Richard Hughes delves into one of Mary Berry’s lesser-known cookbooks to create some monstrous meals for a discerning diner on his doorstep.

A fire-hit cafe is set to re-open, six months after an early morning blaze tore through the eatery.

The bicentenary of a Halesworth hero’s birth is to be celebrated during the town’s in bloom festivities.

A festival which sees the churches of six Wayland villages adorned with knitted creations is set to return this year.

A new midwife-led maternity service has been set up for mums who want to give birth at home.

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