The start of the festive season will once again be celebrated in style in the city with entertainment and fireworks.

A Hungarian eatery in Norwich has bid for permission to serve alcohol with its meals.

Staff at social enterprise Print to the People have got their kit off for a special calendar to celebrate the art organisation’s 10th birthday.

Norfolk police have seized almost 30pc more drugs this year than in the previous 12 months as the force’s Operation Gravity crackdown continues.

A new business park – said to be four times larger than any other in Norwich – could create thousands of jobs and contribute more than £100m to the local economy.

A new digital healthcare platform has launched aimed at helping children, young people and their parents in Norfolk better understand pertinent issues relating to younger people’s health, wellbeing and care.

Hyrdra Lerna performed a great set at her EP launch at Norwich Arts Centre last night.

A collection of colourful ribbons are to appear in windows around the city as part of a campaign to raise awareness of domestic abuse and to help victims of this “epidemic”.

Tinnitus affects one in five people in the UK. Charlotte Smith-Jarvis talks to one Norfolk woman who says more needs to be done to support sufferers.

Cinema City in Norwich is stepping into Christmas in style with 12 films guaranteed to get you in the festive mood.

The A47 has reopened between Easton and Honingham after being closed for around seven hours due to a lorry carrying 600 turkeys overturning.

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson has released the full trailer for upcoming film Fighting with My Family, telling the story of Norwich WWE wrestler Paige.

A former Norwich student was murdered because she “knew too much” about a bogus £300,000 insurance claim, a court has heard.

Business editor Mark Shields explains why House of Fraser is closing its store in Norwich’s Chapelfield shopping centre.

Norwich City fans may have to get used to speculation linking sporting director Stuart Webber with pastures new, contends Group Football Editor Paddy Davitt

Benjamin Francis Leftwich has today announced a headline UK and Ireland tour for Spring 2019 that will see him perform at OPEN in Norwich on April 3.

Glyndebourne Tour’s performance of Verdi’s La Traviata came to Norwich Theatre Royal last night with a second performance due on November 16.

House of Fraser’s departure from Chapelfield in Norwich raises questions over how the shopping centre’s flagship store can be replaced.

Electronic pioneers 808 state will return to Norwich on December 7 to headline The Waterfront with support from special guest LONE.

Two educational projects in Norwich making use of the great outdoors are vying for the public’s vote in a grant scheme from Aviva.

Thousands of businesses across Norfolk could benefit from much faster broadband speeds - if a bid for up to £20m to the government succeeds.

Part of the A47 has been closed in both directions after a lorry carrying 600 turkeys overturned.

House of Fraser is to close its department store at Norwich’s Chapelfield shopping centre.

Residents in Great Yarmouth will be able to enjoy having their favourite fast food orders delivered right to their doorstep thanks to a new delivery service.

The Archbishop of Cantebury, Justin Welby, was given a warm welcome on his return to the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham.

A former Norwich pub that closed more than a decade ago is back on the market - this time for £360,000.

Regional flight operator Flybe, which flies out of Norwich Airport, has put itself up for sale.

Drivers faced major disruption after a jack-knifed lorry meant police had to close the Thetford-bound carriageway of the A11.

From controversy to accolade - a Norwich housing development is up for an award.

​Next week, Norwich Research Park will receive the Outstanding Achievement award at the Norfolk Business Awards. EDP business editor Mark Shields spoke to the park’s executive chairman David Parfrey.

Southampton are considering making a move for Norwich City sporting director Stuart Webber, according to a national newspaper report.

Norfolk author Jim Wilson – who appears in a Channel Five programme Portillo’s Hidden History of Britain – has written a series of books on the Cold War and speculates on what could have happened to the region if the Cold War had turned ‘hot’.

A removals firm which carried Second World War pilots around the country and survived three recessions has celebrated its 90th birthday. Hadley and Ottaway removals was founded in Norfolk in 1928 by Jack Hadley and Herbert Ottaway, who with their single van began moving families around Norwich.

Education and care plans for children with complex needs in Norfolk are still not being delivered quickly enough, a council committee has claimed.

Police in Norwich are asking people what issues they would like officers to focus on in the west of the city.

Norfolk angler John Wilson has died in Thailand.

A man who spat at a police officer’s face and hair after being arrested has been spared jail.

From turkey catchers to Christmas card sorters, seasonal jobs are in abundance across Norfolk as the county heads into the festive period.

Holden is a name associated with the motor trade in Norfolk for 90 years. Motoring editor Andy Russell chats to current CEO Tim Holden, third generation in the family motor group, about how it has become a nationally-recognised driving force.

A Norwich antique shop has been labelled offensive for selling Nazi memorabilia and £600 trousers made at Auschwitz.

The man once voted the ‘Greatest Angler of all Time’ John Wilson died in the place he loved, sitting overlooking his lake in Thailand, watching his fish, his son Lee Wilson described today.

Not everyone craves the latest HD TV by the look of figures out today.

Fears have been raised that a Norfolk hospital could become a “second-rate service” if cancer surgery is moved to Norwich and a ward closed.

While Norfolk cyclists took in the news that the National Road Championships are to be held here in 2019, the pleasures of club life continue to light up the shortening days.

King Nun are coming to Norwich next week on November 20 with a headline tour that coincides with the release of their new EP.

Alfie Payne is looking to follow in some illustrious steps when Norwich City’s Under-23s embark on their Premier League International Cup quest against Athletic Bilbao’s U23s on Wednesday at Carrow Road (KO 7pm).

Record numbers will sleep outside for a night this week at a Norwich fundraising event for preventing homelessness.

The owner of a Cromer hair salon has described the shock of having her premises “ransacked” and her wedding fund stolen.

Investigations into two sexual assaults which happened in Norwich, within a few hours of each other, are continuing, police have said.

A Bungay man has told of his gratitude after his late father’s Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes (RAOB) medal was returned 21 years after being stolen in a burglary.

Following an intimate UK club tour with his explosive new band, Miles Kane is set to hit the road again on his winter tour that will see him play The LCR UEA in Norwich on November 26.

Norwich City Ladies bowed out of the women’s FA Cup in dramatic style after going down 3-2 at home to Billericay Ladies.

A man in his 60s has been arrested after a woman was sexually assaulted in a Norwich nightclub.

Almost two months after patients at a west Norfolk hospital were reassured they would not have to travel to Norwich for surgery, including that for cancer, a leaked memo has revealed a lack of staff may force the move.

A lorry broken down on the A11 is causing delays for motorists this morning (November 13).

A man caused serious injury after he pushed his thumb into a victim’s eye during a scuffle, causing a cut to his eyeball, a court heard.

A church council has been accused of taking the “easy option” after leaving Thorpe St Andrew taxpayers with a repair bill of up to £100,000.

Daniel Farke admits there is a painful downside to Norwich City’s surge - upsetting players.

A 68-year-old man from Norwich has been charged with assaulting a police officer and dangerous driving.

Leaders of a programme designed to help children overcome bullying and other personal struggles have laid out their national ambitions after a successful pilot in Norfolk.

I have the privilege of writing this column after the most ridiculous game of football I have ever seen.

A man who admitted being in possession of a forged passport has been jailed.

A young woman and a man have been arrested in connection with Class A drug dealing in Norwich.

North Norfolk radio presenters Nigel Pearce and Alan Thompson will be reviewing the Beatles’ White Album 50th anniversary release and some of the sessions tracks.

We caught up with Annie Catwoman, Norwich Arts Centre’s Sonic Youths coordinator, to find out a little bit more about the programme.

Business leaders have suggested Norfolk could make a bid to be the first 5G county – what do you think?

Share treasured memories of lost loved ones this Christmas and raise money for good causes with Tree to Remember.

Judging has taken place for this year’s Stars of Norfolk and Waveney Awards.

Art fans will be spoilt for choice at the upcoming Art Fair East which features over 200 artists from all across the UK and beyond.

As more presents are dropped off for a Norwich hospital festive gift appeal, caring staff who work on Christmas Day have revealed the traditions that come with being on shift on such a special occasion.

We meet the Eat Norfolk Food and Drink Awards Chef of the Year winner Charlie Wilson.

A man was airlifted to hospital after suffering burns in a house fire.

A council is bringing Christmas cheer to children in care in Norfolk with the return of an annual appeal.

Two HR masterclasses taking place this month will focus on retaining and engaging staff in a bid to battle the UK skills shortage.

Two men have been arrested in Norwich after drugs were found inside a Kinder Surprise.

A dessert restaurant is donating to a foodbank to celebrate the American holiday Thanksgiving.

A Norfolk man who was found on fire outside a homeless hostel has died.

As part of a partnership with the East of England Co-Op to highlight Community Heroes, reporter Marc Betts spoke to Pat Thorpe about the work she has done in her community to tackle loneliness and support people living with dementia.

The financial wellbeing of Norwich residents has been thrown into sharp focus after it was revealed that people living in the city have some of the highest levels of unsecured personal debt in the country.

The owner of Italian restaurants Zizzi and Ask has revealed a year of strong sales growth and is considering expansion despite a rocky consumer climate.

An event aimed at enabling people to open up about mental health is set to take place this week.

Following the announcement on Friday of Sir Ian McKellan’s 80th birthday tour in 2019, we can exclusively reveal he is doing an extra Norwich show to a specially invited audience.


Notice is hereby given that the following Hearings will be held by the Examining Authority for the examination of the application made by Orsted Hornsea Project

Three (UK) Ltd of 5 Howick Place, London, SW1P 1WG (“the Applicant”) for a Development Consent Order under the Planning Act 2008 (the Application).

Taxpayers could be left with a £100,000 bill to repair a church-owned wall that collapsed in Thorpe St Andrew.

Updated City confirm coaching appointment

Sunday, November 11, 2018

Christopher John has joined Daniel Farke’s backroom team at Norwich City.

Norfolk will today fall silent and salute those who fell fighting for peace.

Being adaptable and offering interesting as well as healthy school dinner options to children will be key to maintaining their uptake in Norfolk, a catering boss has said.

Our Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt delivers his verdict from Carrow Road

Firefighters were called after a building caught fire at a seaside resort in north Norfolk.

Marco Stiepermann is back in the Norwich City line up for the Championship home test against Millwall.

Bad Touch are the main draw on their return to Norfolk, but it’s a brilliant night from start to finish, writes ADAM AIKEN

Two protests, with very different views on immigration, faced off against each other in Norwich city centre.

A Sheringham church hailed a ‘huge’ success story when it was built five years ago at a cost of £1.6 million is hoping a new £300,000 scheme will help men experiencing loneliness, isolation and mental health problems, by providing them with a space to forge friendships while working on practical skills.

Daniel Farke opted for diplomacy in response to Neil Harris’ assertion Norwich City’s squad spending demands a Championship promotion push.

An eight-year-old boy has raised more than £1,000 for a charity that helped his family when his new-born sister Ellie required six weeks of life-saving treatment.

It’s Norfolk’s own Diagon Alley, a hidden street completely hidden from the Muggle world, a secret deep below a bustling Norwich street accessed not through The Leaky Cauldron, but rather through the headquarters of a charity which encourages people to be kind.

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

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