Steven Downes

I'm more Metallica than Michael Bublé, so I'm not involved in the desperate clamour to get tickets for his Blickling Hall concert.

Weather watcher Norman Brooks gives his view on Norfolk's weather during November.

Superstar singer Michael Bublé has today announced he is coming to Blickling Hall for a summer gig.

Norwich City fans will be hoping for fireworks from their team when they line up against Arsenal on Sunday.

Every day at work, I read or receive a few downright obvious press releases about survey results.

Few things are more embarrassing than getting to the checkout with a pile of gifts, only to have your payment card declined.

When "bootiful" is far from beautiful, your idea of a dual carriageway is the one at Ashmanhaugh, and you liked to go "up Norwich", you must have grown up in Norfolk. Here are 15 dead giveaways.

Is this the worst penalty decision ever?

Not so many years ago, I vowed never to have a tattoo. I now have two tattoos, with more to come.

A man kept a bag of rocks in his car and drove around launching them at as many as 100 other vehicles during a spree lasting more than two weeks.

No matter how hard I try, I cannot stop thinking that bus travel has no appeal for me.

Me: "Ok Google, tell me about BBC Radio Norfolk presenter Nick Conrad."

A mixed-race soldier who claims he was forced from his job after being compared to Scaramanga's henchman Nick Nack by a comrade is suing the MoD for £100,000.

Opinion We are all a little bit racist

Friday, October 25, 2019

Wells-next-the-Sea has always seemed to be such a gentle and laid-back town. I had no idea that it was a broiling pit of intolerance and hatred of outsiders.

If you aren't sure what the phrase "virtue signalling" means, think Sainsbury's and think fireworks.

A teenage boy who breathed in too much deodorant died by misadventure, an inquest heard.

This is going to be a very difficult column to write.

It's not easy to shake off inverted snobbery.

I used to hate - really, viscerally hate - independent schools.

A holiday park has been ordered to pay more than £100,000 after a swimmer was pulled unconscious from a pool with his survival on a knife-edge.

Norfolk naturalists are keeping spawn and tadpoles in captivity in a bid to increase the population of the UK's rarest amphibian.

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