New York had The Strokes, London had The Libertines, and Sheffield had Arctic Monkeys, but now it’s Dublin’s turn to be the capital of the indie world.
Two brothers who have taken over a restaurant in a historic merchant’s house say they want to make it “more casual and stylish” to draw in younger customers.
A main road has been closed after a lorry overturned.
A film shot in one of the region’s historic dockyards is set for cinemas this week.
Plans for 600 homes near a medieval castle would only cause “moderate” or “minimal” damage to its setting, a public inquiry has heard.
Two people have been taken to hospital, one in a serious condition, after a crash between two cars on the A10.
Free makeovers are being offered to people struggling to find a jpb - by a make-up artists who knows just how they feel.
One of the stars of BBC’s Have I Got News For You is set to visit Norfolk in April.
Well-wishers turned up in their hundreds this morning as the Queen attended a church service ahead of tomorrow’s talks with Prince Harry and Meghan over their future relationship with the royal family.
One of Norfolk’s gifts to the nation, the village sign began in Norfolk in the early 20th century, but did you know some of the fascinating history which lies within their colourful emblems?
From prog to punk, a wide array of musical artists have turned to East Anglia when it comes to finding the perfect album cover.
An escaped prisoner has been caught by police.
Campaigners trying to stop “dangerous” parking which has been going on at a school since it opened, have told parents to put safety first when collecting their children.
Locals have been reassured that their driveways will not be ruined by an event aimed at celebrating a village’s farming history.
A headteacher said his school is planning to launch “the biggest fund-raising event Norfolk has ever seen”, to help those affected by the devastating fires in Australia.
A football club chairman has threatened adult supporters buying concession tickets to pay back what they owe or be named and shamed in the programme and banned from future matches.
When a community music group received an email from the USA with the promise of almost £400,000, there was one thought - scam.
For the homeless, every day is difficult, however winter is by far the most challenging time of the year.
A McDonald’s branch is being monitored by environmental health officers, three weeks after video footage showed a rat in its dining area.
Police have been patrolling in a Norfolk community this morning as they hunt for a wanted man.
A vehicle upholstery business has seen its plans to build an extension on its workshop approved despite concerns of “significant noise” from people living nearby.
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