10 years ago, I was a 'fresher' at the University of East Anglia (UEA). At the time the University was a hub of free thinking, radical thought and debate.

Singer and bassist Glenn Hughes has been at the forefront of the rock scene for decades, and he's still going strong. ADAM AIKEN caught up with him ahead of his forthcoming visit to Norwich.

Applications are now open for artists from across Norfolk to take part in one of the most successful Open Studios schemes in the country.

Upon reading the news about the NDR in the press (November 5) I found I didn't know whether to laugh or cry.

There's a calm before the storm as Kate Tempest takes to the Norwich LCR stage. She silently surveys the crowd, drawing them in before taking up the mic and launching into Europe is Lost - the start of a seamless medley of material from her first two albums, Everybody Down and Let Them Eat Chaos.

Just a little late for Halloween, Kill The Beast brought their spooky film farce to Norwich - but it was no horror show.

Several dozen Norwich City fans regularly meet up to watch their team hundreds of miles away in the German city of Berlin.

Norwich City fans are being urged to turn Carrow Road into a cauldron of noise as the embattled Canaries hunt for a much-needed win tonight.

A flamboyant flock of plastic flamingos raised over £2,000 for Keeping Abreast.

Youth football teams in Norfolk are struggling to meet the demand for young people wanting to play the so-called beautiful game. But why? James Walker reports.

Taxpayers in Norfolk could be hit with a bill of more than £1m for next month's general election.

The Original Norwich Christmas Card Shop is back for the festive season and has moved to a new location.

Norfolk rugby clubs are hoping for a boost in players after England reached the World Cup final.

Cinematic ambience waved through St Benedicts on Friday night as Mercury Prize-nominated Portico Quartet serenaded a jam-packed Norwich Arts Centre.

The Pantaloons took to the stage at The Playhouse in Norwich for their reivention of Shakespeare's Othello.

Norfolk is heading back to the ballot box - but when is the deadline to register and how do you do it?

With a general election looming in December - Britain's third in five years - the people of Norwich have shared their confusion and surprise at the decision.

A dog owner has paid a heartfelt thank you to the mystery newlyweds who helped to rescue her dog after it ran away in north Norfolk.

One of our readers has written in to express frustration with military aircraft drills and exercises.

Keith Skipper says mobile phones and other modern trends are disturbing our peace

Keen photographers are being encouraged to enter a competition celebrating the county's architecture.

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