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How well do you know these classic dishes from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales?

Martin Lewis of MoneySaving Expert on how to look after the pennies in April.

Anthony Spyrou says he 'can't wait' to get started for Wrexham, to start showing Norwich City that he can handle men's football.

Norfolk police may have been caught up in a cyber attack.

One in five hate crimes in Norfolk are being closed without identifying a suspect, as forces have been urged to improve their response.

The world famous No Such Thing As A Fish podcast will be coming to Norwich on Friday, March 22, at Norwich Theatre Royal.

It was a fitting tribute to a rail enthusiast who had dedicated his life to helping people enjoy incredible journeys by steam.

For hundreds of years, they have stood relatively unscathed in the wooden hammer beams of a medieval church.

North Walsham Raiders and West Norfolk go head to head at Scottow on Saturday (2.45pm) for a place in the Norfolk Intermediate Cup final.

A weather warning remains in place because of Storm Gareth, with the potential for gusts of up to 60mph in Norfolk today (Wednesday).

The Home Secretary is being urged to review the case of a failed asylum seeker in Suffolk fighting to stay in Britain to protect her nine-year-old daughter from female genital mutilation (FGM).

Emily Cotton meets with Zina Wilkinson, and inspirational woman who is a firm believer that you can do absolutely anything you put your mind to, regardless of who you are and the obstacles life puts in your way.

There's so much to celebrate on International Women's Day this year, but we've still got a way to go, says Emily Cotton.

Working out how many points Norwich City need to reach the Premier League is not keeping Daniel Farke awake at nights. Who makes his starting line up is a different matter entirely.

The number of council fines being issued to rough sleepers and beggars has increased across the country, but the worrying trend has not been seen in Norfolk.

Loco-lovers descended on Beccles for the Norfolk and Suffolk Narrow Gauge Modellers exhibition.

All of Norfolk is now covered by the weather warning which forecasters issued around Storm Freya - after the area which could be battered by winds was extended.

Richard Curtis new feelgood movie Yesterday was largely filmed in East Anglia. Arts editor Andrew Clarke takes a look at the trailer and finds out what we know so far

It may be a 500-plus miles round trip when trainer Christian Williams brings his horses from Glamorgan in Wales to Fakenham, but the young handler doesn't let that stand in his way of searching for winners.

A mother has described the terrifying moment she watched a lorry crash into her car - with her one-year-old baby still inside.

A Norwich-based radio breakfast show is set to disappear after 35 years on the airwaves.

A Norfolk beach has been named as one of the best in the UK in the annual TripAdvisor Travellers Choice Awards.

Liz Nice didn't even like rugby - until she watched Wales beat England on Saturday and her opinion was transformed. Here's why...

Just 12 months ago, our region was in the thick of a cold snap, days before the arrival of heavy snow and the Beast from the East.

A buyer pulling out of a deal can be a real hurdle when you are trying to sell a property - which is why being prepared can help, says Martyn Baum

It has been quite a week for young Norfolk rugby player Jack van Poortvliet.

Weird Norfolk takes a tour of the Bridewell's Undercroft, where fascinating stories of merchants and misery await.

I was fishing on Valentine's Day - and I fell in love.

Teenage jockey James Bowen and Glamorgan-based trainer Christian Williams are bidding for a double when racing returns to Fakenham this afternoon.

A woman who is scared of heights, will embark on the toughest physical challenge of her life as she attempts to conquer Mount Snowdon in aid of charity.

An international sheepdog handler, who competed and judged trials around the world, and was a lifelong Norwich City fan, Rob McLean, has died aged 87.

A new skate park is taking shape behind a north Norfolk swimming pool and fitness centre, as part of a £10.7 million project to build a state-of-the art leisure facility.

Plans for a Chelsea Flower Show garden co-designed by the Duchess of Cambridge - and said to evoke her Norfolk home - have been unveiled.

Waveney has been rated as one of the worst places for young people to live, a survey has claimed.

The new head teacher of a school attended by Diana, Princess of Wales, has said he wants to put the institution back on the map.

Parts of rural Norfolk have been rated as among the worst places for young people in the country to live, a survey has claimed.

Former footballer Robbie Savage is refusing to apologise for admitting he's not keen on seeing Norwich City promoted to the Premier League.

An increasing number of animals are being harmed by plastic litter, with Norfolk ranking the worst in the region for the problem.

Norwich City's Championship promotion charge has seen upcoming league games against Swansea City, Hull City and Middlesbrough picked for live Skysports television coverage.

As snow caused chaos across parts of the UK, Norfolk has got away mostly unscathed.

Shoplifting in Norfolk supermarkets increased by more than 70pc in four years - with 1,377 incidents recorded in 2017.

Norfolk is waking up to a blanket of fog after the coldest night of the year so far.

A dog which has been responsible for helping police seize more than 1m illegal cigarettes has had a bounty of £25,000 put on its head.

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When the small incredibles, George, Wil and Herbie, came for the weekend, grandpa employed the survival technique known as "getting in wine" and we all had a happy meal.

A body which provides drug and alcohol support services in Norfolk has handed out more than 4,000 kits which could save the lives of people overdosing on opioids.

It has been described as 'the most comfortable house in England' but it's the great outdoors that makes Sandringham special.

Robberies soared by more than a third in Suffolk last year - as new figures revealed an overall increase in recorded crime across the county.

Paul Foster and Robert Paxton were both second-round casualties at the Just 2019 World Indoor Bowls Open Singles Championship at Potters Resort.

The family of Kerri McAuley said they have been left "bewildered" at proposed new laws aimed at tackling domestic abuse.

As public relations challenges go, the aftermath of the crash involving the Duke of Edinburgh at Sandringham was as easy as ABC.

Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, there are two trains of thought about the squirrel: some think them cute and cuddly, others consider them to be little more than tree rats. On Squirrel Appreciation Day, we look at why Norfolk squirrels are helping stem the decline of the famous red squirrel.

Katherine Rednall remains on course to defend the World Indoor Bowls Women's Singles Championship at Potters Resort.

Do you work and live on land whose owners are a mystery?

Cromer is celebrating an increase in numbers in the town centre at a time when high streets up and down the country are said to be in crisis.

The Royal family have always been great landowners and farming is a passion they seem to relish. Our Royal Watcher reports.

Stealing hedges can be the tip of the iceberg when it comes to what thieves will take, as Lynne Mortimer discovers.

You're bound to have a nice day at Thetford Forest this summer as one of the UK's biggest rock bands will take to the stage.

England's Mark Dawes and Jamie Chestney suffered an agonising defeat to Scotland's Paul Foster and Alex Marshall at the Just 2019 World Indoor Bowls Championships at Potters Resort.

A leading barrister has said a "crisis" in Norfolk's courts is "undermining the credibility of witnesses" as waiting times for justice soar across the county.

Two brothers from King's Lynn will be pinching themselves as they head into 2019, with the news that their barbers shop chain of 19 stores will be launched into a further 50 by March 2020.

Some of the oldest trains on the Greater Anglia network are set to be rebuilt with revolutionary hydrogen power when they are replaced by new electric units over the next two years.

A former leader of the Green Party in Norwich has been appointed as the new managing director at Pensthorpe Natural Park near Fakenham.

The county's police chief has pledged to make more arrests over knife crime and drug dealing after the latest stabbing in the city.

Norfolk's police chief has said freezing council tax next year would "inevitably" lead to fewer police officers.

If Greater Anglia's promises come true, 2019 should be a very good year for the region's rail passengers - the first new trains will start to be introduced and Network Rail should finish its long-term upgrade work between Shenfield and London.

It looks like there's going to be lots of reasons to stay tethered to the sofa in 2019 as a whole host of new and returning drama hits the small screen. From Game of Thrones to Les Miserables, Line of Duty to Peaky Blinders, The Crown to Stranger Things, it's going to be a great TV year.

Hospitals serving Norfolk patients have hiked their prices for car parking in the past year.

More than £2.3m has been given to the East Anglian Air Ambulance during a decade of fundraising from the Freemasons.

Laurence Price's metallic blue 1968 Ford Anglia 105E had a habit of reverting to battleship grey but some of their adventures had an added sense of danger.

A climbing arena spanning three floors of one of the city's shopping malls has been touted by the centre owners, with a national company lined up to run it.

It's a worrying truth that the planet is in trouble. But by making small green choices everyday, householders are making a difference.

The last Friday (and pay day) before Christmas, and the final chance for the work do, meant Black Friday always had the potential to be memorable for police.

East of England firms' confidence in the economy has fallen into negative territory, according to a banking barometer.

Every year I am fortunate enough to gain access to a small broad that has yielded some super pike to me and my gang this century.

It's a worrying truth that the planet is in trouble. But by making small green choices everyday, householders are making a difference.

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