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Organisers of Norwich Science Festival have confirmed the event will not go ahead in October, but will return in 2021.

Close to 100,000 homes and businesses in Norwich could have access to better broadband because of a £50m scheme to install fibre optic cables across the city.

Skygazers were treated to a unique sight over Norwich as several lights were seen flashing in the night sky.

Bus passengers will be able to see how full their next bus is and even where to sit thanks to new live tracking technology.

If the UK had entered lockdown 10 days earlier it could have reduced the number of coronavirus cases and deaths by up to 85pc, a University of East Anglia professor has said.

If you are a keen sky gazer, then here are all the important astronomical events to mark on your calendar throughout June – including a strawberry moon, space station and clouds made out of ice crystals.

Stargazers in Norfolk will have to wait to witness a historic rocket soaring through the skies - after bad weather prevented the SpaceX Falcon 9 launch from going ahead.

A network provider planning to erect a new mobile phone mast in Gorleston has said residents could be left without coverage if the bid is refused.

Scientists who mooted an ambitious project which would see everyone in Norwich tested for coronavirus once a week say they still hope it could happen, despite the government having no immediate plans for citywide testing.

Thousands of people in parts of Norfolk still have among the worst broadband speeds in the country, new figures have revealed.

An ambitious project which would see everyone in Norwich tested for coronavirus once a week deserves to be explored further, the city’s MPs have said.

A photographer whose horizons have been limited by lockdown has captured a stunning image of the night sky.

Controversial plans to put up a 20-metre tall 5G mast in a Norwich street have been rejected, to the delight of neighbours who had opposed it.

Scientists are calling for people to record sightings of the frothy blobs of insects on plants across Norfolk and Suffolk.

People in Norfolk have been tempted back into parks despite the continuing lockdown, data from Google suggests – but visits are still below normal levels.

Concerns have been raised over a move to install a 20 metre tall 5G mast in a Norwich street, with neighbours questioning why it is needed in a conservation area that already has a mast in it.

Astronomer Mark Thompson has become one of the stars of coronavirus home-schooling as he leads family stargazing sessions

A vlogger is sending out dinner party invites to thousands of people - but only doing the cooking and washing up for one.

Communications engineers are abiding by strict new rules in order to keep people connected during the coronavirus crisis as daytime internet usage soars.

Official NHS guidance is to be displayed at the top of internet search results as part of measures to stop the spread of disinformation around Covid-19.

A beautiful supermoon will be lighting up Norfolk skies tomorrow night.

Homes across parts of the Fens are without power this morning.

Omega 3 supplements do not protect against cancer, scientists from Norwich have found.

Today marks the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, so we thought it appropriate to shine a spotlight on some of the great work by women in science on our doorstep at Norwich Research Park, where some of the major global challenges facing humankind are being solved.

Norwich South MP Clive Lewis has quit Twitter, saying that “reality is way underrated”.

More than half a century after the birth of colour TV, some Norfolk viewers still prefer a black and white telly.

Scientists at Norwich Research Park are investigating a diverse range of issues to discover solutions that could change people’s lives around the world.

Half of children now own a mobile by the age of seven, a Norwich-based survey has revealed.

Parking and traffic flow have been outlined as key focuses for a Norfolk town in a new strategy blueprint.

It was a scene like no other for these Norfolk children who were left speechless by a special visit from a Doctor Who Dalek.

Scientists are racing to stop plant diseases that could devastate staple crops like wheat, corn and potato – resulting in food shortages around the world. Biologist Dr Peter van Esse of The Sainsbury Laboratory is one of them.

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