What we teach young people in the 2040s and beyond in Norwich’s schools, colleges and universities will reflect some significant changes in society and the job market over the next 20 years.

This stupendously silly spy thriller is a delight from start to finish.

In 20 years time, more of us will suffer from diabetes caused by poor diet and lack of exercise.

What do we want for the future of Norwich? What does great look like? How can we step into 2040 when it’s only 2019?

I’m a mum as well as a Member of Parliament. In 20 years time, my tiny family will be all grown up. Like all parents, I want them

Shoppers in Norwich were surprised by a flashmob dance outside the Forum.

January 2019 was very much a month of two halves, the initial sixteen days being generally mild, with only a single air frost.

Looking ahead to Norwich in the year 2040 and the shape of education in the future is a big ask. Futurology is a notoriously imprecise science.

Rough sleeping is the strongest possible indicator that something has gone seriously wrong for someone.

Four members of the campaign group Extinction Rebellion were arrested after staging a four hour protest in Norfolk County Council’s chamber on Monday. Here they explain why they took that action.

A winter appeal aimed at helping vulnerable people is making headway in easing the plight of the homeless and those living with learning disabilities.

An annual craft fair in a Norfolk village which started 42 years ago has been saved from closure after new organisers stepped in.

Alan Waters: Why are we working on a 2040 vision?

Every-year thousands of people don their running shoes and take part in the London Marathon here, one of them explains why.

An 83-year-old drink-driver caused a head-on crash in Fakenham which left a motorcyclist with serious injuries, a court heard.

Saturday’s [February 9] Norwich Philharmonic Orchestra concert featured a programme of some of the most ambitious works of the romantic repertoire, begining with Wagner’s Tannhauser Overture and Venusberg Music.

The night promised an all girl re-telling of the Greek myths, but one Dame found his way into the mix.

Canadian hardcore-punk rockers Cancer Bats played to a tight-knit and rowdy crowd last night at Epic Studios in Norwich.

Popular pubs around Norwich will be serving up breakthroughs in science alongside pints this spring when a festival returns to the city.

Daft, hilarious, risking anthrax, 1950s retro, little grasp of reality, crushing cost: these were just some of the more polite comments about the suggestion from the Norwich Society – and subsequently taken up by the city council – that trams could be part of the answer to the city’s transport problems.

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