Five things we learned this week

Jessica Long trades a trip on the Norwich tour bus.PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY

Jessica Long trades a trip on the Norwich tour bus.PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY - Credit: SIMON FINLAY

In case you missed them, here are five stories that caught our eye this week.

• What do people find out about Norwich when they visit?

From the castle to the cathedral there are plenty of impressive sites to see in Norwich.

Armed with a camera and my map one of our reporters decided to play tourist for an hour in the city and boarded the tour bus on Theatre Street.

Find out about Jess' trip and our list of ten facts tourists learn about Norwich here• Norwich looks great in the sunshine

Highs of 22C are expected in Norfolk this weekend and Norwich in the sunshine is a sight to behold.

Here are 11 photos that are guaranteed to make you want to get outside and enjoy the warm weather while it lasts.


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• Norfolk gets its fair share of primetime TV viewing

If you were flicking through the channels on television last night, you might have noticed that Norfolk was in the spotlight for two hours of primetime viewing, but for two very different reasons.

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Did you catch Normal for Norfolk or HM Prison Norwich?

• A phone box could become Norwich's newest office

In a telephone-box transformation worthy of Superman himself, one of Tombland's red phone booths is to become Norwich's newest shared office.

Once refurbished, the boxes – rebranded under the name Pod Works – will be kitted out with wi-fi, a printer-scanner, a mouse, a 25-inch screen, power sockets and even a hot drinks machine.

• Think before you tweet!

Norwich City chief executive David McNally tweeted on Saturday night that he had resigned, but early on Sunday morning he tweeted to say that he was 'fully-committed' to the club.

His bizarre tweets left some fans bemused and others angry over how the situation had been handled, here's how they reacted

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