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Andy Newman says we now have a market in the centre of Norwich which is as good as any other in the country

Police have issued a warning for householders to be vigilant following an attempted fraud in east Suffolk.

Diverse businesses across Norfolk including antique dealerships and a beer giant could be set to benefit from improved signposting, after County Hall agreed to update one of its policies.

A Suffolk farming family has scooped a top national accolade at a rural awards event.

A brave Brexit-inspired expedition by two Norwich students across Europe is now available for people around the world to see.

In just a few years, our high streets have evolved rapidly. Lauren Cope looks at what Norwich's might be like in the future.

A Norfolk author has released a book partly inspired by his daily bus commute from Wymondham to Norwich.

Three children's toys available from Argos and Smyths as well as online from Amazon have been recalled just weeks after Christmas because they pose safety hazards.

Iris Button's first novel was published in 2003. After marrying her husband David in 1959, they needed bigger premises for their business, so they moved from Surrey to Bury St Edmunds, which they called home for 50 years. After having two daughters and a son, they are now great grandparents, retired in Barbados. Iris has written 17 books. She talks to Gina Long MBE

A north Norfolk town is hoping to fight back against the 'Amazon effect', by launching a series of workshops aimed at teaching small businesses how to raise their online profile and use social media to boost trade.

A former north Norfolk business leader has given up his desk job to become a homesteader in northern Latvia.

A mum-of-four has published her debut novel with a major publisher in a Suffolk pub.

Celebrity crushes and a lunch date with Bradley 'Josh Lyman' Whitford

Rates and rents are often blamed for killing the high street, but Iain Dale argues we need to make shopping on them more of an experience if they have any hope of surviving

Many celebrities have favoured The Aldeburgh Bookshop. The 'trend' was started by Benjamin Britten. Records show the last thing he bought was probably a diary. Sadly, he probably never used it: the composer died weeks before New Year.

Morrisons has revealed a strong post-Christmas trading update as sales over the festive period were boosted by growth in the supermarket's wholesale arm.

The former deputy leader of Norfolk County Council has turned novelist, drawing on his own years of experience working in cancer research for his mystery thriller.

A north Norfolk family business has won gold at a prestigious awards ceremony for a product which ensures both parents and newborns get to sleep like babies.

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In October, Doctor Who returned to our screens full of groundbreaking optimism. Jodie Whittaker was the first female Doctor and Broadchurch writer Chris Chibnall had become the new showrunner. As the final episode of the year transmits this weekend, Steve Russell and Andrew Clarke have different feelings about the show they love

After coming off the HRT tablets, Lynne is looking for new ways to tackle the effects of menopause. She's not sure this latest gizmo works.

James Walker of Resolver talks trusting your tech when you've bought home the Christmas gifts.

Chris Reeve's writing is powered by the passion of his mum, whose love of words pulled her through sleepless nights and the tedium of housework

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Wednesday, November 21, 2018

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Roger Law, the co-creator of Spitting Image, has revealed the outrageous satirical puppets may be set for a television return - in America.

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.

Explore almost 150 years of our region's history by volunteering in a fascinating new project to digitise this newspaper's archive.

PTE David Parr was only 19 when he was killed during the final push to reclaim Port Stanley from Argentine invaders on June 14, 1982.

A north Norfolk author and preacher is hoping his latest book will take victims of traumatic events on a journey of spiritual, physical and emotional healing.

It may have been one of the busiest times of year for a Norfolk minister.

Healthcare staff across Norfolk are being offered rewards ranging from shopping gift cards to prize draw entries to entice them to have a free flu jab.

A retired GP is hoping his new book will become a best seller as all proceeds are being donated to his former practice.

A hospital Christmas gift appeal which was believed to be the first in the country to cater to adults as well as children has received backing from the trust's top nurse.

Organisations working with care leavers in Norfolk have cautiously welcomed a new government scheme which aims to raise their career aspirations and life chances.

A breakfast club which helps children at a Norwich school get a healthy start to the day has received an endorsement from Amazon.

Keith Skipper's been reading about the village of Bittering, which once fuelled his childhood imagination as he grew up in neighbouring Beeston

It is a place where no one wants to be on Christmas Day, while families across the county are opening up presents or tucking into their turkey.

Everything from village shops and Facebook to smelly people and Morecambe and Wise is covered in the latest volume by Sheringham-based author Ryan Pugh.

Many of us will have fond - or not so fond - memories of gathering around the kitchen table for a board game over Christmas, on quiet Sundays or rainy school holiday afternoons.

The likes of Amazon Alexa, Google Home and Siri answer questions, dig out playlists and help organise lives using voice recognition but they can't quite get to grips with our local accents, a study has revealed.

This week our financial columnist looks at how pensions fare across the globe - and which country is the wealthiest when it comes to their state pension

Some of the UK's biggest supermarkets and online stores are recalling products due to fears they may contain harmful chemicals and deadly bacteria.

A fitness writer from just outside Norwich has found success with a book born from turbulent times.

The Emmy awards, America's TV Oscars, rewarded a lot of British talent this week. Arts editor Andrew Clarke takes a look at how Britain has become a major player, not only in Hollywood but in US TV as well.

The American love affair with British TV and its stars shows no sign of abating after another batch of gongs were handed out to homegrown talent at the Emmys. But why do our friends across the pond love our drama so much?

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?

After a successful first event, a second internet safety information evening is being held in west Norfolk.

Norwich Cathedral has defended its use of zero hours contracts, which were recently branded as "evil" by the Archbishop of Canterbury.

The owners of a letterbox confectionery business are hoping to taste sweet success, thanks to a socially motivated philosophy.

Pony Club members tell us why they love the Netflix coming-of-age drama

Beers and ales brewed in East Anglia will be filling up supermarket shelves in China, thanks to a deal between a Suffolk brewery and a Chinese importer.

We have an issue with the TVs in our office (First World problems, I know).

A 'smart flat' is being developed to highlight how technology, such as devices which use Amazon's Alexa voice assistant, can help keep older and vulnerable people out of care homes.

Property developer John Howard shares his East Anglian heaven and hell with Gina Long

A North Walsham writer has described his excitement at publishing his first book.

A retired nurse from Norfolk has highlighted the county's role in the Peasants' Revolt of 1381 in an historical novel.

From mobile data and streaming services to coffee pods, Brits are paying a host of bills they didn't pay 10 years ago - and they don't come cheap, according to new research.

Financial planner Warren Shute shares his top tips for raising money-smart children - what are yours?

People who live in Norfolk already know that the county is full of idyllic market towns and villages.

The House of Fraser name was once a jewel of high streets across the country - a department store steeped in history, which typified style and variety.

A Suffolk dairy farmer-cum-cheesemaker and an estate's retail diversification are among a host of rural businesses to have made it through to the regional finals of an awards event celebrating enterprise in the countryside.

A toy shop in a Norfolk town where generations of children have spent their pocket money is set to close becoming the latest casualty on the high street.

Reckitt Benckiser reported better-than-expected figures last week, helped by good performance in its consumer healthcare division.

Manfred Mann singer Mike D'Abo has joined in the GoGoHares fun by releasing a new version of the band's song Mighty Quinn to raise funds for children's charity Break.

Sports Direct and Southern Trains have been named among the most improved brands by UK consumers.

Today's extreme weather conditions could become normal over time, according to a University of East Anglia expert.

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