Check out Norwich timelapses as Mustard TV launches 9pm news show starting tonight
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Tonight sees the launch of a brand new flagship news show for the region – Norwich@Nine.
Part of Mustard TV's truly local programming, Norwich@Nine will be the ultimate catch-up on everything that matters in Norfolk.
Hosted by Mustard News' lead presenters Rob Setchell and Neil Perry, the show packs all the news from our communities into 30 minutes as well as weather, sport and business.
From what's happening in the chamber at County Hall to what's going on in our schools, Norwich@Nine promises to be the source to your city – delving into the worlds of politics, health, crime and education while also celebrating some of the people who make it the Fine City.
Mr Setchell said: 'We've been serving Norwich for more than two years now – reporting the stories closest to home.
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'In that time, we've highlighted the efforts of inspirational people and charities, revealed some of our county's most emotive human stories and shone a spotlight on the key decisions being made which affect the future of our city.
'The common theme throughout all our programming has been that it's rooted here in Norfolk – with truly local news from the places you live and work.
- 1 Driver who died in A47 crash had medical episode
- 2 Chance to have your say over 4,000-home development
- 3 Plans to open McDonald's on outskirts of town in 2022
- 4 Teen opens American sweet shop in town
- 5 Two Norfolk gastropubs named among best in country
- 6 First look as Norwich's new £2.75m recycling centre opens
- 7 New women's only fitness studio to open in Norwich
- 8 Reader letter: How Roy Hodgson can save Norwich City
- 9 Mum's relief at Cawston Park closure after 'hideous' restraint on son
- 10 'Ugly' Norfolk pub fight was sparked by act of revenge, court hears
'We think nine o'clock is the perfect time for people to flick over and see what's happening in the place that matters most to them.'
Mustard TV is Norwich and Norfolk's local television channel, available on Freeview channel 7 and on Virgin channel 159.
Programmes can also be watched on demand via the Mustard website www.mustardtv.co.uk