They may not be able to force their way into the Norwich City team pushing for promotion but that didn’t stop eager fans from wanting to meet midfielder Alex Tettey and defender Grant Hanley.

Ahead of the Bank Holiday Easter Weekend, Central England Co-op has revealed its top 10 best-selling products which were most popular with shoppers last year.

On The Stall City, a pop-up stall set up by Andy Bowles and his son Jacob, has re-opened this week ahead of Norwich City’s last push towards automatic promotion.

Pugilist electro-punk duo Sleaford Mods returned to Norwich on Saturday night to play at The Waterfront.

Norfolk-based Liverpool fan Paul Williams was 18 when he travelled to Hillsborough 30 years ago today. On Sunday, he made his first visit back in three decades.

Rachel Moore is disgusted by the flurry of ‘influencers’ who spend their lives trying to get stuff for free without actually doing anything to deserve it...

Part way through the first half of A Song At Twilight, the hotel waiter brings in some champagne.

This is a good time of the year to think about forgiveness and whether or not we can actually do it.

This reader thinks some things need to improve when it comes to life in Norwich.

Singer-songwriter Maverick Sabre arrived at Epic Studios in Norwich on Tuesday night (April 2) to play the fourth leg of his twelve date Ireland and UK tour, promoting his latest studio album ‘When I Wake Up’.

Neill Barston caught up with Sleaford Mods’ vocalist Jason Williamson ahead of the band’s sold-out Norwich show at The Waterfront.

Review of Peril at Sea at the Wells Maltings.

Wolverhampton’s hard rocking three-piece Yak have been itching to get back on the road since the release of their sophomore album, Pursuit of Momentary Happiness, which was released in February this year via Jack White’s prestigious label Third Man Records.

This is the story of a man who wants everything, and is willing to sell his soul to the devil to get it – and it’s a production that has high ambitions too.

Nostalgia How did Norfolk's pubs get their names?

Friday, March 29, 2019

Daryl Long of Norfolk Record Offices reveals the vast former estate of Bullard’s Brewery and how pubs from its heyday were named and used.

It’s unlikely that the name Philip Hollobone will ever elicit such a large cheer as the one it received at the opening of the second half of Ivo Graham’s Norwich gig.

Having seen New Yorkers Bodega play on the Lake Stage at Latitude Festival last summer it would be interesting to see how they transferred to Norwich Arts Centre on a Tuesday night.

Funnier things happen at sea in this frothy and fast comedy from one of our best-regarded living playwrights.

I always await the arrival of March with eager anticipation.

This reader believes the Broadland Northway, aka the NDR, has turned out to be a “white elephant”.

A new festival with an emphasis on wellbeing is coming to Norwich.

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