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A conservative Norfolk MP called on the government to scrap income tax after claiming it was originally a temporary measure while mocking Theresa May’s Brexit deal.

The romance of steam has mingled with the magic of Christmas on Norfolk’s famous Poppy Line.

Volunteer historians working on a new project transcribing King’s Lynn historical records have discovered a letter to Queen Anne from a time when Europe was not just arguing, but actually at war. Chloe Phillips, from Norfolk Records Office, reports.

Sonya Duncan went to Bruges on the ferry and had a wonderful trip despite force 9 gales.

A former mountaineer and deep sea diver from north Norfolk has taken part in a tough physical challenge that was a childhood dream come true.

In Wim Wenders’ recently re-released film noir The Goalkeeper’s Fear of the Penalty, the central character talks about the existential crisis faced by a keeper facing a spot kick. He’d clearly never seen Norwich City take one.

Grant Hanley will not be part of Norwich City’s travelling squad heading to Swansea as he steps up his recovery from a quad injury, with an Under-23s outing on Friday night at Colney.

Hundreds of letters written from the Western Front by a Norfolk soldier during the entire duration of the First World War are to be sold at auction, just weeks after the 100th anniversary of the Armistice which brought an end to the conflict.

A local landscape photographer has opened a new Norwich exhibition featuring photographs of the Western Front to mark the World War One Centenary.

Norwich City defender Timm Klose could be coming up against England next summer in the Uefa Nations League finals.

Former Norwich City striker Dieumerci Mbokani has revealed how he once snubbed a move to Liverpool.

Daniel Farke looks to have no new injury worries for the resumption of Championship duties following the international break.

Norfolk celebrated peace a century ago with flags, parades, bells and even impromptu flypasts and a commandeered fire engine.

Warm weather breaks have become common place in modern football but Norwich City will be breaking new ground when they head to the USA for the approaching international break.

Letters, postcards and diaries provide valuable insight into the different perspectives of those serving on the frontline during World War I. Nicky Barrell and Sabrina Johnson report

Understanding the First World War will become easier for future generations due to the advance in technology, says Broadland MP Keith Simpson

A pair of business owners have followed in the footsteps of James Bond by taking part in a rally to raise money for charity.

The stories behind the names on a parish war memorial are told in a moving tribute to all 164 men killed in the First World War, and the martyr nurse who once worshipped with them.

They left their jobs, families and homes behind to go and fight on the battlefields of the First World War, but sadly none of them returned home.

A century on from the First World War it is almost impossible to imagine the sheer scale of the sacrifice. More than 15,000 Norfolk men died. Many more were left permanently disabled. Here are just a few stories of individuals, families and communities changed for ever by war.

A special proclamation to commemorate the end of the First World War and written by Newmarket Town Crier Brenda Willison is set to be performed across the world on Armistice Day.

A new bar will turn its taps on at the Norwich Beer Festival next week.

Norwich City head coach Daniel Farke will be keeping his fingers crossed none of his star men suffer injury as the second round of Uefa Nations League matches get under way this evening.

A selfless Norfolk heroine whose sacrifice helped save the lives of soldiers during the First World War has been remembered at a poignant service in Norwich.

Teemu Pukki just loves playing in the Uefa Nations League – after scoring his third consecutive winner for Finland in the new competition.

A Norfolk nurse who paid the ultimate sacrifice by helping soldiers reach safety in the First World War is to be remembered at a special service.

Staff at a Norwich care home dressed in 1940s costumes to celebrate a medal presentation for a resident who had fought in World War Two.

Timm Klose has retained his place in the Switzerland squad, as Norwich City’s international contingent scatters around Europe during the break from Championship action.

It’s been a long road back to form and fitness for goalkeeper Tim Krul but the Dutchman has earned the faith of his team-mates as Norwich City’s number one.

From Einstein to one of the world’s biggest computers, and from the discovery of oxygen to the birth of radio, radar and ready-meals - meet the people and marvel at the discoveries that have put our region at the forefront of science

On the face of it, Ernest Seaman was an unlikely war hero. Quiet, mild-mannered and a little on the plump side, he was the very antithesis of the popular image of the rough, tough fighting man.

A First World War hero will be honoured in Norwich to mark 100 years since he was awarded the highest military decoration.

Vanity Fair is one of the greatest novels about Waterloo: and this week the ITV series reached 1815 and the battle where Napoleon met his final defeat. But how much do you know about East Anglia’s link to the day that decided Europe’s fate?

An East Anglian pig farmer has called for a cull of wild pigs to help defend the UK herd against a devastating disease which has broken out in continental Europe.

UK pig farmers are being warned to be on the alert following an “extremely concerning” outbreak of African swine fever (ASF) in wild boar in Belgium.

Opinion How to save money on winter heating bills

Saturday, September 15, 2018

Autumn’s gathering pace and it won’t be long before we’re thinking about firing up the central heating again, writes thrifty living columnist Sheena Grant.

The summer of 1980 and I’m still a teenager. With room to spare. I don’t bop in public (lack of rhythm, self-conscious, feet with minds of their own) but in a parallel world I’m a lithesome Nureyev, swaying to a post-disco beat.

Who should start at right-back for Norwich City in Saturday’s tough home fixture against high-flying Middlesbrough? Let us know in our latest Canaries poll.

A poignant Torch of Remembrance is making its journey home from Belgium and will be marked with events across Norfolk.

Norwich City midfielder Steven Naismith marked his international comeback with a goal in Scotland’s opening Uefa Nations League win over Albania at Hampden Park on Monday night.

Norwich City forward Teemu Pukki maintained his good start to the season with a fine winning goal for Finland at the weekend.

Steven Naismith admits he took being dropped from the Scotland squad hard during his miserable spell at Norwich City.

International action gets under way for Norwich City’s on-duty players on Saturday afternoon.

After witnessing a touching tribute overseas made to the lives lost in the First World War, one man decided to create his own in Norfolk.

Making your league debut for Norwich City amid the pressure of derby day may have been a big ask of Max Aarons – but he is not the first to do it.

Max Aarons has earned his first England Under-19 call up, for games against Holland and Belgium’s youngsters.

The FIA Formula Two title race is in the balance after George Russell endured a tough weekend at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit.

Members of the Diss branch of the Royal British Legion joined thousands on a pilgrimage of remembrance to a First World War battlefield, which culminated in a parade and ceremony in Belgium.

Scared passengers endured an hour of uncertainty when their flight was forced to circle around Norfolk following a birdstrike.

With The Beano celebrating it’s 80th birthday this summer, Arts editor Andrew Clarke takes a look at different forms of comics and explores the rise the graphic novel. He examines how this increasingly important form of storytelling has blossomed into an art-form of its own

A Norfolk village plans to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War by adding the names of two men to its war memorial.

Tributes have been made to a champion classic motorcycle racer who died in Belgium last month.

King’s Lynn’s Danny Kerry, who led Great Britain’s women to Olympic gold at Rio 2016, has been appointed as the men’s head coach.

Her books are based on her own magical East Anglian childhood. Now Sheridan Winn is watching them come to life on a film set

The inquest into a motorcyclist who crashed at a racing circuit in Belgium has been opened at Norfolk Coroner’s Court.

Scores of people from our region who were due to be jetting off from Stansted Airport today will be affected by pilot strikes being held by Ryanair pilots.

A Suffolk brewery has been pipped to the post for a major beer accolade.

A Norfolk veteran has returned from a dig at the Battle of Waterloo site as part of a scheme to help veterans living with disabilities.

Norfolk’s Members of Youth Parliament (MYPs) have penned a heartfelt message to go on a wreath that will be laid in Ypres.

A former soldier is joining thousands of Armed Forces veterans from across the world to pay tribute at a historic pilgrimage of remembrance.

Two friends will race through eight countries in just four days as part of a rally fundraiser - in a bright orange 1968 Ford Mustang.

Community groups gathered to give members of Sheringham’s Royal British Legion branch a send-off ahead of their trip to the First World War battlefields.

The Broads has followed in the football-steps of Norwich City 
by going Dutch.

From manufacturing for NASA to advising Google – Norfolk companies are doing some spectacular things.

Around 12 historic fishing boats from Wells’ past will be on show at a regatta on Saturday evening.

The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) and the University of East Anglia (UEA) hosted the first European masterclass on minimally invasive inguinal lymph node dissection and hands-on cadaveric training –specialist procedures used for penile cancer patients.

A seven-fold increase in applications for citizenship EU countries has panicked Lynne Mortimer into looking for lost ancestry

Former Norwich City midfielder Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe has signed for Gent in a deal reportedly worth 2.2million Euros.

Our Norwich City photographer, Paul Chesterton, has had little time to rest - no sooner had the final whistle sounded on the World Cup final than he was on his way to Germany to cover the Canaries tour. Paul takes up the story...

Both teams will be looking for evidence of fresh goal-scoring threats from new signings when Norwich City take on Wolfsburg in the final game of their tour of Germany this afternoon.

Norfolk wheelchair tennis star Alfie Hewett made it a hat-trick of Wimbledon titles as he partnered Gordon Reid to their third successive doubles title at SW19.

It was the first large military road run in the county and featured vintage vehicles from across Norfolk and north Suffolk.

It’s been a rather eventful seven days covering the World Cup for our regular Norwich City photographer Paul Chesterton, who witnessed England’s semi-final heartbreak – and veered off the beaten path.

Norfolk’s Alfie Hewett is through to the final of the men’s wheelchair doubles at Wimbledon.

Can anyone tell me the point of the World Cup third-placed play-off?

Croatia had only just been formed in the same year that England last reached a World Cup semi-final in 1990.

Love had the world in motion, the Berlin Wall had fallen, Norwich City had finished fourth in the old First Division and the Simpsons had never been screened on British television.

A Norwich City fan has been caught up in a “terrifying” stampede which broke out in Nice last night amid France’s win over Belgium in the World Cup semi-final.

Love had the world in motion, the Berlin Wall had fallen, Norwich City had finished fourth in the old First Division and the Simpsons had never been screened on British television.

We really are starting to believe the World Cup is coming home.

Pubs and beer gardens the length and breadth of the county erupted in celebrations as England took one step closer to a place in the World Cup final today.

In part three of his World Cup diary our Norwich City photographer Paul Chesterton re-lives what it was like to witness England’s shootout win in Russia

He’s the captain spearheading the England bid for glory at the World Cup in Russia – or is he?

Members of a school’s historical society are being encouraged to get involved in a Royal British Legion project to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War.

Veterans from across the country are making their way to the Battle of Waterloo battlefield on the hunt for Napoleon relics.

Summer is truly upon us, and East Anglia continues to bask in sunshine and high temperatures. But what does it mean for companies? With a trusty dictionary and a little poetic licence, our reporters have compiled a selective A to Z tour through the summer season in business.

It’s coming home.

Lie-ins after matches and office viewings are among the ways Norfolk businesses are coping with World Cup fever.

It’s been a busy couple of weeks for our Norwich City photographer Paul Chesterton and his son, Dan, out at the World Cup but they’re loving they’re Russian adventures – even if it’s not all been smooth sailing...

Which one of these 13 players is England’s greatest striker of all time?

When the full-time whistle blew in England’s 1-0 World Cup defeat to Belgium, many Three Lions fans rejoiced, dreaming of making plans for final day with a seemingly favourable route.

Adnan Januzaj’s stunning goal secured a much-changed Belgium side a 1-0 win over England’s second string on Thursday evening and meant Gareth Southgate’s men will face Colombia in the last 16 of the World Cup.

England’s World Cup defeat to Belgium has avoided potential pre-season clashes for Norwich City supporters.

Commuters and football fans hoping to get to Norwich or Great Yarmouth in time for England’s match against Belgium could find it difficult.

Holidaymakers are warning they might not return to a Norfolk gem after getting stranded following failures of three bridges.

The hotly anticipated England v Belgium game kicks off tonight at 7pm our time at the Kalingrad Stadium. But how much do you know about what links Belgium and the city of Norwich? Take our quiz to find to find out.

The landlord of a pub in Dereham continues to attract interest from the world’s media after erecting a grandstand for supporters to watch the World Cup finals.

The World Cup is in full swing and there has already been plenty of drama to be discussed as Russia 2018 moves towards the knockout stages.

Despite a shortage of Co2 in England, Norwich pubs are hoping to stay afloat during the World Cup.

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