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An 800-year-old royal charter which granted special privileges to the Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk has been discovered by historians.

The University of East Anglia's student newspaper was recognised as one of the best in the country after shortlists for the Student Publication Association awards were announced on Sunday.

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

Two friends aiming to visit every Good Beer Guide pub in the UK ticked six Norwich pubs off their list whilst visiting for the Hull City match.

Folk East continues to grow in size and sature as one of the most eclectic folk festivals in the country. Arts editor Andrew Clarke takes a look at this year's tempting bill of fare

There's something oddly romantic about timeless tales of masked highwaymen. Arts editor Andrew Clarke speaks to writer-director Cordelia Spence about East Anglia's very own Dick Turpin

This unique property in East Harling, which is on the market with TW Gaze for a guide price of £695,000, offers lots of potential.

Norwich Castle is this weekend gearing up for the return of the Vikings - more than 1,000 years since they arrived in East Anglia.

Star exhibits from the British Museum and York Museum join some of Norfolk's most significant recent Viking and Anglo Saxon finds - on show for the first time.

A north Norfolk department store has won another national award.

The overriding feeling from Saturday's 2-2 draw with Sheffield United seemed to be that winning the game wasn't as important as not losing it.

A prisoner is to go on trial accused of being in possession of an offensive weapon at Norwich Prison.

The Queen has attended a church service in Norfolk accompanied by the Duke of York, while the Duke of Edinburgh did not attend.

As the Christmas drink-drive campaign comes to a close three more drivers have been disqualified - for a total of almost four years.

A Norwich pub is encouraging its customers to drink the bar dry and send the business off in style before it closes at the end of the week.

A young bricklayer from Lowestoft has been named the UK's top apprentice by a national housebuilder.

The Norfolk-based Construction Industry Training Board has been accused of "betraying" its staff after it emerged that more than 200 staff faced relocating out of the county to keep their jobs.

Updated City youngsters seal loan moves

Saturday, December 1, 2018

Devonte Aransibia and Caleb Richards have sealed non league loan moves until January 6.

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

Connor Rumbles was the early leader in the Diss Cycling Club cyclo-cross but Kieran Jarvis eventually made it a local win in the senior men's race.

A Norwich father has celebrated a decade of helping thousands of vulnerable children across the world's poorest regions with a gala hosted by a royal duo.

A Norfolk village disappearing into the sea has been named as on the national frontline in the fight against the devastating effects of climate change.

A young sales advisor from Beccles has been nominated as a regional housebuilder's top trainee.

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