The daughter of an 81-year-old retired BT engineer found her father dead in his garden after he took his own life, an inquest has heard.

Police have issued a warning to householders following reports of scam calls and emails in the area.

Virgin Media and EE have been fined a combined £13.3m by regulator Ofcom for overcharging nearly 500,000 phone and broadband customers who wanted to leave their contracts early.

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

There aren’t too many non-league clubs at Wroxham’s level who can boast to have three former Premier League players in their ranks.

Opinion Please spare me from cold callers

Thursday, November 1, 2018

I never fail to be amazed at how many random people call me on my landline. A couple of years ago I wasn’t at home most days, but now I’m actually working from home, I’m available to spar with the numerous callers. They appear to come in waves and I’ve been riding the crest of one lately. I suspect I’m not alone.

Jake Humphrey says he has experienced “the hardest of days” after breaking news of a helicopter crash at Leicester City Football Club.

A Norfolk rail enthusiast died as a result of past exposures to deadly asbestos dust whilst working for BT, an inquest has heard.

A busy road in Norwich has reopened ahead of schedule after a sewer collapse saw it closed.

Workers in a busy Norwich road that has been closed for emergency repairs have hit out about a lack of warning about the road closure.

A busy Norwich road has been closed for emergency repairs to a collapsed sewer.

Footage has emerged this morning of yet another lorry attempting the mini-roundabout on Wisbech Road, March, where a telegraph pole was knocked down less than 24 hours ago.

His job may require him to report on football matches across the world, but no matter where or who he is commentating on he always keeps an eye on how his home team are doing.

City legend Grant Holt has set his sights on WWE’s WrestlMania after his successful wrestling debut.

A disused red phone box has been transformed in a village swap box for sharing books and DVDs.

A brewery which owns the Prince of Wales pub in Norwich has confirmed it wants to sell the premises.

Britain’s Got Talent judge Amanda Holden arrived in style to the TV presenter’s star-studded birthday bash.

An East Anglian company specialising in mobile payments has been named as one of just 20 businesses selected for a national fintech programme delivered for the treasury.

King’s Lynn will take on Belle Vue in two “epic” Premiership play-offs after a night of high-drama.

Tenants have reported a litany of fresh problems at a Norwich block of flats - ten months after this newspaper first exposed issues with the state of the apartments.

Beach goers in our region have been reminded it is illegal to take pebbles away after a man was threatened with legal action for taking some.

Hundreds of people have signed a petition calling on BT Openreach to end delays to improving mobile phone reception in North Walsham.

An 81-year-old retired BT engineer was found dead at home near Dereham with a shotgun wound to the chest, an inquest has heard.

An intrepid student will brave notoriously hazardous elements and one of the world’s busiest shipping lanes to raise money for charity.

Around 50,000 people have lost their jobs or seen them put at risk in the first half of the year as retail workers bear the brunt of hundreds of store closures.

Freeview viewers across Norfolk have described their loss of signal as ‘very annoying’ after being asked to retune their TVs.

Temporary traffic lights on the A140, near Swainsthorpe are causing long delays for motorists this morning.

After a pensioner from Attleborough waited for 16 hours in total on hold to her bank, we decided to dip our toe in the water of call centres.

BT is to replace chief executive Gavin Patterson later this year amid waning support for the company’s trajectory.

Glenn Middleton is a player that most Norwich City fans have never seen play live, so a high-profile game in France may well be of interest to Canaries fans tonight.

I can hardly keep up. The domestic season has finally ended, but the managerial merry-go-round is already putting its players’ equivalent to shame.

Does Norfolk need garden towns or villages to help ease its housing needs? David Powles says nothing should be off the agenda.

See how the owners of this Victorian shooting lodge for sale at Bylaugh Park have turned it into a fantastic home, hidden away in 10 acres of parkland with only the birds as neighbours.

Ahead of Sunday’s fund-raising legends exhibition at Carrow Road, Community Sports Foundation trustee Jake Humphrey tells David Freezer all about The Nest.

Calum Green has been named in the Aviva Premiership team of the season ahead of the biggest game of his career.

Norwich’s technology sector is performing strongly, say leaders, but needs to break down barriers to other industries to reach the next level.

The Suffolk firm behind a new product for detecting TB in cattle is celebrating a major milestone after getting the official thumbs-up for its limited use.

Fears have been raised over the future of hundreds of BT jobs in Suffolk, after the telecoms giant revealed plans to axe 13,000 jobs over the next three years.

BT is to axe around 13,000 jobs over three years as the telecoms giant aims to cut costs.

Football-crazed youngsters were starstruck when a Manchester United legend turned up at the youth tournament they were playing in and shouted support from the sidelines.

Two people had to be freed from a crashed car by firefighters.

A new street food event will be taking over the Norwich Castle gardens every Saturday this summer.

Plans for an industrial estate on the outskirts of the city which attracted opposition from two Norfolk household names have received council approval - by the narrowest of margins.

The tributes have continued to flood in for Norwich City legend Wes Hoolahan ahead of the Irish playmaker’s final game in Canaries colours.

A decision over a proposed industrial site on the edge of Norwich will be made next week, with officers recommending it gets the go-ahead despite opposition.

A communications giant is seeking to help 15 young people in the Norwich area to kick-start their careers through a free work placement.

The technology and digital sector is on the rise in East Anglia as shown by last year’s TechNation report which showed it supports more than 17,000 jobs in Norwich and Ipswich alone.

The gender pay gap figures are in – and some of them aren’t pretty. The main finding is the gender inequality which persists at senior and board level. Bethany Whymark reports.

Sky wifi customers were hit by a mass outage causing panic across the region.

A new telecommunications mast is still not operational three months after it was due to go live - and a Norfolk MP wants to know why.

International action for Norwich City’s senior players begins on Thursday.

BT Openreach has launched its biggest recruitment drive ever, which will include 220 engineers to speed the roll-out of faster broadband in the region.

Residents are set to be reconnected today after having been without phone or internet signal for almost two weeks.

A former soldier from Cringleford was found guilty on Wednesday of killing a dog walker in a frenzied knife attack in woodlands near East Harling last summer.

Television presenter Jake Humphrey is among objectors looking to block a revived bid for an industrial site on farmland on the edge of Norwich.

Ofcom has drafted new rules meant to speed up the roll-out of full-fibre broadband and halve the upfront costs of laying ultraspeed cables across the country.

A jury has been sworn in to try a former soldier accused of murdering a dog walker in Norfolk woodland.

The trial of a former soldier accused of murdering a dog walker in Norfolk woodlands is due to start today - about 120 miles away in Nottingham.

A competition has been launched for small and medium firms to find innovations in digital public services, defence and retail.

Highways England have confirmed that the final repairs to a damaged manhole cover on the A47 are set to take place sometime next week requiring the closure of the eastbound carriageway.

A church pastor fears the lack of a phone line at his place of worship could be putting his congregation in danger.

The “unacceptable” situation which sees Norfolk drivers stuck behind temporary traffic lights left in place when no work is going on must be tackled, councillors have said.

We’ve got you covered for all the video preview you could hope for ahead of Norwich City’s trip to Premier League giants Chelsea for an FA Cup third round replay.

The new BT ‘Moments’ advertisement shows a mother being video-called on the bus by her husband who wants her to see their baby’s first steps. Couldn’t he have waited so they could have watched her together? Does EVERYTHING need to be immediate?

For the purposes of clarity we can divide what is happening at Norwich City into two simple parts.

Norwich City and Chelsea will both go into the hat for the FA Cup fourth round draw following Saturday’s 0-0 stalemate at Carrow Road. Here are the full details of the draw.

Former Canaries striker Chris Sutton has questioned Norwich City not playing a recognised striker against Chelsea but praised the ‘terrific’ FA Cup efforts of Daniel Farke’s players.

Out-of-favour defender Russell Martin has confirmed it is likely he will leave Norwich City on loan during the January transfer window.

Chelsea icon Frank Lampard believes the attacking triumvirate which helped earn Norwich City an FA Cup replay against the Blues will all go on to play in the Premier League.

Premier League giants Chelsea have been taken to an FA Cup third round replay after a spirited Norwich City effort secured a 0-0 draw at Carrow Road – with the Canaries more than holding their own.

Norwich City supporters have praised the effort of Daniel Farke’s team after holding Chelsea to a 0-0 draw at Carrow Road in the FA Cup third round.

Thousands have dropped by the Norwich Ice Rink during its final week, including TV presenter Jake Humphrey.

Tim Robinson, chief operating officer of TechEast, looks back on a hugely successful year for the digital sector in East Anglia.

Homes and businesses will have a legal right to demand high-speed broadband by 2020 under new regulations to help the 1.1 million premises which cannot access decent speeds.

A former soldier from Cringleford will stand trial next year after he denied the murder of an 83-year old dog walker.

Lincoln manager Danny Cowley believes Norwich City’s FA Cup draw with Chelsea may put Sean Raggett’s Canaries debut on hold.

Norwich City’s third round FA Cup clash against champions Chelsea will be shown live by BT Sport on Saturday, January 6.

The draw for the third round of the FA Cup is being screened live this evening by BBC Two and BT Sport - with Norwich City ball number 29.

A former telephone box has been transformed into a potentially lifesaving defibrillator station thanks to the efforts of a Norfolk community.

Ex-Radio One DJ Chris Moyles was advised to avoid Cromer during a visit to north Norfolk at the weekend.

They have been transformed into community libraries and places to house a defibrillator.

Meet some of the fabulously diverse men from Norfolk and Suffolk. They include a man with a Canadian city named after him, a four-time Olympic gold rower, a pig farmer and the founder of the Royal Shakespeare Company.

The case of a former soldier from Cringleford accused of the murder of an 83-year old dog walker has been adjourned at Norwich Crown Court.

A man accused of murdering 83-year-old dog walker Peter Wrighton in woodland near East Harling could enter a plea to the charge tomorrow.

A man accused of murdering 83-year-old dog walker Peter Wrighton in woodland near East Harling could enter a plea to the charge tomorrow.

As two more Norfolk youngsters roll off the Leicester production line, DAVID FREEZER speaks to Harry Simmons about his Tigers debut and hopes for a Premiership opportunity this season.

A smart technology firm was the shining star in the EDP Business Awards Enviro-technologies category.

Opinion: It’s all very well thinking you have answers to the big questions, says Sharon Griffiths - what we need is more of the people who have answers to the small ones.

Universities in East Anglia have been handed a multi-million pound funding boost to improve their links with business.

Lowestoft’s Craig Poxton has been handed the chance of a lifetime after confirmation that his next fight will be for the WBO European super-featherweight title.

Despite the open rivalry between the seaside towns of Sheringham and Cromer, the business community of both joined together (however briefly) to discuss the economic challenges which both their tourist-driven economies face.

In the green corner. Chris Sutton. A former Norwich City player-of-the-year who earned a big-money move to Blackburn and a Premier League winner’s medal before eight more trophies in a decorated spell at Celtic.

Some of the UK’s biggest broadband providers have ranked the poorest for customer service failings such as poor speeds and connection dropouts.

A life-sized statue of a Norwich pub landlord has been revealed by BT Sport presenter Jake Humphrey.

Admiral Lord Nelson, Queen Victoria, Winston Churchill and Edith Cavell have all been immortalised as statues and now a Norwich pub landlord is set for the same honour.

From a giant canary bird that fans touch for good luck on their way to Carrow Road, to a bench outside a Norwich hospital featuring Edith Cavell.

Queues on the A148 between Letheringsett and Holt are expected to continue for another week due to works being carried out by British Telecoms.

A former soldier from Cringleford accused of the murder of 83-year-old dog-walker Peter Wrighton in woodland near East Harling is due back in court.

The force was well and truly with thousands of people who turned out to take part in a charity family adventure day in memory of a brave little boy from Hethersett.

Small and micro-businesses must not sacrifice functionality for safety when setting up their cyber security defences.

Rural businesses struggling with sluggish internet speeds will have the chance to take matters into their own hands after the launch of a community-led project in the region.

Josh Auty reckons King’s Lynn’s push for the play-offs is back on after helping to inspire a 50-40 fightback victory over Leicester.

A former soldier from Cringleford accused of the murder of 83-year-old Peter Wrighton could stand trial in February next year.

A man charged with the murder of 83-year-old dog walker Peter Wrighton, had received an A-grade pass to become a paratrooper and served with the British Army for five years, it has emerged.

A man has appeared in court having been charged in connection with the murder of 83-year-old dog-walker Peter Wrighton.

Police have been granted extra time to quiz the man arrested on suspicion of murdering 83-year-old dog walker Peter Wrighton, as forensic teams continue to search a number of locations around Norfolk.

Police investigating the murder of 83-year-old Peter Wrighton have been searching homes in Cringleford and Bawdeswell as part of their probe.

Police have been carrying out anniversary checks a week after 83-year-old Peter Wrighton was stabbed to death in woodland near to East Harling.

The arrest of a man in his 20s in connection with the murder of 83-year-old Peter Wrighton has been welcomed by people living near the scene of the crime.

It is a week on from the gruesome discovery of the body of 83-year-old dog walker Peter Wrighton in woodland near to East Harling.

Police have issued an appeal poster as officers continue to hunt for the killer of Peter Wrighton who was found in woodland near East Harling.

The inquest into the death of a man murdered in East Harling opened in Norwich this morning.

Insurance giant Aviva has renewed its sponsorship of Premiership Rugby for another season.

A father and his two sons will be carrying out a screwball challenge to raise money for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) nook appeal.

It’s true that some of us can be guilty of giving nostalgia too much credibility, but sometimes it is heartening to turn back the clock and realise that some things really were better back in the day.

Profits at BT have taken a hit after the telecoms giant took a £225m charge linked to its Italian accounting scandal.

The Northern Distributor Road is truly the road to nowhere. A few miles away from where the NDR terminates is in the middle of nowhere.

Work can steam ahead on the £178.5m Norwich Northern Distributor Road despite fears it would be delayed over the movement of cables.

The head teacher of one of Norfolk’s most successful primary schools is to retire after 12 years hard graft.

A link road which will connect traffic to the Norwich Northern Distributor Road will be opened this week.

Across the city there are a number of planned roadworks taking place over the coming weeks that could cause delays.

Work on the £178.5m Norwich Northern Distributor Road has been delayed so that BT Sport customers can watch the World Athletics Championships.

A red phone box is to be transformed into a community library.

King’s Lynn have switched the date for their SGB Premiership ‘B’ fixture away at Rye House.

Today, scores of exciting and fun events are happening across the county as people and organisations take the opportunity to celebrate all things Suffolk, writes Terry Hunt.

A few years ago now my Sky TV subscription was cut back to the quick.

Police arrested a 13-year-old boy on suspicion of theft at King’s Lynn bus station.

Television host Jake Humphrey is urging people to check their bodies for lumps after revealing his own cancer scare.

Whatever the result, they are already considered local heroes. But victory this weekend would put north Norfolk on the map.

Promoter Frank Warren says Norfolk’s Liam Walsh can shock the boxing world and bring a world title home this weekend.

Cromer’s Ryan Walsh will be roaring on Josh Warrington this weekend – despite the Leeds man being one of his biggest featherweight rivals.

Undefeated Cromer fighter Liam Walsh believes his long-awaited world title shot against IBF champion Gervonta Davis has come at the perfect time.

The biggest broadband providers are failing on customer service, speed and reliability, with TalkTalk and BT at the bottom of the pile, a survey has found.

Twickenham has been a happy hunting ground for Ben Youngs in recent years with England, now he needs to recreate the magic with Leicester Tigers.

Fears have been voiced that some of Aylsham’s most vulnerable residents could miss out on vital medication or information after their pharmacy’s phone line was cut off.

Ofcom said it will cut the wholesale price Openreach can charge telecoms companies to help boost investment in superfast broadband.

BT has been given a £42m fine by the telecoms watchdog and is expected to pay out £300m in compensation to rivals over delayed high-speed cable installations.

Norwich City winger Jacob Murphy has been praised for his efforts during his England Under-21 debut last night.

Customers who receive a poor service from their landline or broadband provider could be in line for automatic compensation as part of new proposals.

The NR F1 Podcast – recorded in the county that gave the world Team Lotus, Martin Brundle and a training ground to the likes of Ayrton Senna and Mark Webber – brings a familiar face into their 2017 build-up.

Leaders and businesses in life sciences, ICT, advanced manufacturing and agri-tech have been called on to outline the region’s world-leading strengths to the government.

Village residents were left fuming after they were ‘given the run around’ by BT after a motorist knocked over a telephone pole, leaving them without phone or internet access for more than a week.

Are people falling out of love with the beautiful game?

Millions of BT customers with landline-only contracts could see their bills drop by as much as £60 a year under proposals being considered by Ofcom against the supplier.

Watchdogs have warned people in Norfolk not to fall for con artists making cold calls claiming to be from BT.

At least three lorries overturned in the Fens today as Storm Doris sweeps across Cambridgeshire. Police also reported at least 10 trees had fallen- many blocking Fens road.

A scheme which uses church towers to improve broadband signal in hard-to-reach areas is aiming to spread its service into Suffolk.

The welcome rise in air temperatures warmed the commercial carp lakes, forcing the top match catches into treble figures.

A surge of £11m investment led Norfolk County Council to announce 95pc of premises would have a superfast broadband connection by 2020 as their Better Broadband scheme continues.

The founders of Norfolk’s first and only triathlon wear and equipment company are crediting superfast broadband as one of the reasons why their business is proving such a success.

So, 95pc will get superfast broadband by 2020. How about now?

The magic of the FA Cup may have worn off for some of the country’s biggest clubs but a Norwich City academy product is helping prove the old competition can still have its moments.

More than 250 phone boxes are set to be removed from towns and villages across Norfolk as a consultation into their usage has drawn to an end.

Thousands more homes and businesses across Norfolk are to be given access to high-speed fibre broadband with the announcement of a further £11m investment in the network.

Nearly 30 public call boxes - many of them the classic red box - will be removed from towns and villages in north Norfolk, following a consultation with BT.

The village of West Row has turned a piece of phone box heritage into a life-saving community amenity.

There has been exciting news about internet connection recently. In December the chancellor, Philip Hammond, announced that a further £400m would be spent on bringing superfast broadband to the “hardest-to-reach parts of Britain”.

Across Norfolk this week a range of planned roadworks and closures will be taking place that could easily cause delays to your journey. Here’s a look at some of them:

BT has reported a 37% plunge in third-quarter profit to £526m after taking a hit from the accounting scandal at its Italian division.

A seaside business claims it has lost thousands of pounds and is having to cut back its opening hours because of a “complete fiasco” involving telecoms giant BT.

Across Norfolk this week a range of planned roadworks and closures will be taking place that could easily cause delays to your journey. Here’s a look at some of them:

Mind games hold the key to Norwich City swatting aside Rotherham on Saturday in the Championship.

A rural school which was going to be forced off the information superhighway by a whopping internet bill has found a solution to its woes - but there’s a catch.

British businesses need to stump up an extra £10bn per year over the next decade to cover the pension deficits built up in the aftermath of the Brexit vote.

Councillors are expected to support efforts to save nine West Norfolk public phone boxes – including phones in West Walton and Walpole St Peter.

Telecoms giant BT has come under fire for leaving residents in a Norfolk seaside village without phones and internet access for what is now six days.

Residents in north Norfolk have until January 23 to try and save 74 public phone boxes.

The heartbroken widow of a man killed by a careless driver in a head-on crash has paid tribute to her “soul mate” – a kind and gentle man who was her “rock”.

Do you remember the “it’s good to talk” advert that was first aired in 1995? It featured the late Bob Hoskins, reminding people of the benefits of a good chinwag.

Norwich City will take on Premier League side Southampton at Carrow Road in the FA Cup third round.

Ahead of this evening’s FA Cup third round draw we’ve taken a look back at some of the Canaries’ highs and lows in third round ties.

Across Norfolk this week a range of planned roadworks and closures will be taking place that could easily cause delays to your journey. Here’s a look at some of them:

It had a £33m increase in public funding last year and is run by an unelected body, influencing decisions which affect people everywhere in our region.

Across Norfolk this week there are a host of planned roadworks and road closures that could cause delays to your journey. Here are some of the major ones:

An internet bill so huge it’s unpayable has staff at a rural primary school feeling frustrated and left behind on the information superhighway.

Across Norfolk this week there are a host of planned roadworks and road closures that could cause delays to your journey. Here are some of the major ones:

Drivers have been reminded that work on the Norwich Northern Distributor Road means Reepham Road will be closed to all traffic, including cyclists and pedestrians, for five days from Monday.

Across Norfolk this week a range of planned roadworks and closures will be taking place that could easily cause delays to your journey. Here’s a look at some of them:

Canaries columnist Matt Howman believes Norwich City’s early season form was merely papering over the cracks for Alex Neil.

What was once a crucial hub in Norwich’s telephone network is set to be turned into more than 40 flats, after councillors approved the scheme.

An urgent call is today being made to stop hundreds of public telephones – many of them the classic red box – disappearing from the region’s towns and villages.

A road closure in the centre of Norwich which contributed to lengthy traffic jams has been temporarily lifted.

More than 50 public telephone boxes in Norfolk look set to disappear - unless communities come forward to ‘adopt them’.

Transport bosses are taking action to prevent a repeat of the traffic problems which clogged up the centre of Norwich last night.

Sky will embark on a full launch of its mobile phone service in the new year as it looks to go toe to toe with BT in the media and telecoms market.

Across Norfolk this week there are a host of planned roadworks and road closures that could cause delays to your journey. Here are some of the major ones:

In the northern Netherlands they are testing 5G, but in north Norfolk 3G would be gratefully received.

Norfolk has always enjoyed a slower pace of life. But, when it comes to connecting to the internet, slow speeds have left some communities feeling disconnected from the rest of the world.

Across Norfolk this week there are a host of planned roadworks and road closures that could cause delays to your journey. Here are just a selection of them:

Below are the locations where roadworks are taking place on major routes in Norfolk and routes in and around Norwich city centre.

A growing pick-and-pack business is calling for fibre optic broadband to be hooked up to an industrial estate as it says slow speeds are holding it back.

Across Norfolk this week there are a host of planned roadworks and road closures that could cause delays to your journey. Here are some of the major ones:

Community volunteers filled the rooms of The Training Flat last Friday, paint cans and rollers in hand.

Below are the locations where roadworks are taking place on major routes in Norfolk and routes in and around Norwich city centre.

Norfolk’s rural broadband struggles have been well documented but now a report has shone a light on slow speeds in the city.

Across Norfolk this week there are a host of planned roadworks and road closures that could cause delays to your journey. Here are some of the major ones:

Sports presenter Jake Humphrey has returned to the hospital where his son was born to officially open a new £80,000 playground.

Telecoms group TalkTalk has said its broadband customer base remains 9,000 lower despite halting the exodus from the firm following last year’s cyber attack.

Since its foundation in 1994, the Benjamin Foundation has helped thousands of homeless young people in Norfolk.

Across Norfolk this week there are a host of planned roadworks and road closures that could cause delays to your journey. Here are some of the major ones:

Repercussions from the historic EU Referendum have continued for days and will do so for a long time to come.

Military-level security protects the sensitive information housed at Migsolv data centre near Norwich.

Across the county this week there are a host of planned roadworks and road closures that could cause delays to your journey.

Across Norfolk this week there are a host of planned roadworks and road closures that could cause delays to your journey. Here are some of the major ones:

Across Norfolk this week there are a host of planned roadworks and road closures that could cause delays to your journey.

The life saving cardiac equipment would also be available to people in nearby Blenheim Park, meaning it would protect a community of more than 300 homes.

Neighbours’ hopes that missing couple Peter and Sylvia Stuart would be found safe and well were dashed last night as a body was discovered in woodland near their home.

The numbers game in football has for several years been a tortuous place to exist – but there are signs that is starting to change.

Across Norfolk this week there are a host of planned roadworks and road closures that could cause delays to your journey. Here are some of the major ones:

Championship new boys Burton Albion will try to avoid the same issues that saw Norwich City relegated from the Premier League – says Brewers boss Nigel Clough.

This week sees the beginning of eight weeks of road closures on Rouen Road in Norwich as traffic calming measures are installed on the road.

Television presenter Jake Humphrey has been announced as the special guest at this year’s Norfolk Chamber B2B exhibition in October.

Support for remaining in the EU has fallen among business leaders, dropping from 60pc to 54.1pc, according to a survey from the British Chambers of Commerce.

Norwich City manager Alex Neil will make a late decision on the fitness of central defender Ryan Bennett ahead of tomorrow’s lunchtime clash with Manchester United.

Business leaders have cautiously welcomed BT’s announcement it is to invest £6bn in faster mobile and broadband services over the next three years, as it seeks to stave off a forced split from its network arm.

BT has unveiled a £6 billion programme to upgrade its network in a move to extend ultrafast broadband to at least 10 million homes and businesses and lay fibre optic lines to around two million premises across the UK.

The British Red Cross will feature on the shirts of Norwich City players during Saturday’s match against Manchester United, thanks to the generosity of the Canaries’ main shirt sponsor Aviva.

Here’s how you can follow Norwich City’s clash with Manchester United if you can’t make it to Carrow Road on Saturday.

Below are the locations where roadworks are taking place on major routes in Norfolk and routes in and around Norwich city centre.

Concerns have been raised about the prospects for a new Sainsbury’s Local store following a lack of activity at its proposed site.

An Englishman’s home is his castle and, for Raymond Moreten, it must be defended as such.

Norwich City and Sunderland have both been fined £30,000 and received a warning from the Football Association following a fracas during the recent Premier League match between the clubs at Carrow Road.

Across the county this week there are a host of planned roadworks and road closures that could cause delays to your journey.

A Thetford rapper says everything is in place to break into the big time as he releases a new single and prepares for a summer of live shows.

Two cutting edge start-ups whose products could transform their industries are to get the chance to pitch in front of potential business and angel investors next month.

Middle Road in Plumstead is to remain open during the latest phase of work to create the Northern Distributor Road.

The Football Association have charged Norwich City and Sunderland following an aggressive confrontation between players and staff of the two teams during Saturday’s match at Carrow Road.

Norfolk and Suffolk need to become a magnet for the best technical talent, leaders said today at the launch of a new body to promote the region’s digital sector.

Below are the locations where roadworks are taking place on major routes in Norfolk and routes in and around Norwich city centre.

One voice for technology firms in the East, linking up Norwich, Ipswich and Cambridge.

Norwich City’s trip to Arsenal looks set to remain on Saturday, April 30, following today’s Champions League semi-final draw, which could have affected the Canaries’ fixtures.

Across Norfolk this week there are a host of planned roadworks and road closures that could cause delays to your journey.

Norfolk rugby star Ben Youngs has been demonstrating his kicking skills – to the amazement of his Leicester Tigers and England predecessor Austin Healey.

Norwich City’s penultimate home game of the Premier League season has been moved to an earlier kick-off after being selected for live television coverage.

Across the county this week there are a host of planned roadworks and road closures that could cause delays to your journey.

The enforced break from league football for the international friendlies meant the TV, radio and national newspaper pundits had to fill the void with a flood of predictions about how the season would end.

Across the county this week there are a host of planned roadworks and road closures that could cause delays to your journey.

Frustrated residents are still waiting for their phone lines and internet connections to be restored more than three weeks after their service was cut off.

A terminally ill man has been left without a phone line after a car crashed into an exchange box in Old Buckenham.

It’s ten years today since the first tweet was sent. Here are ten of Norfolk’s most powerful tweeters:

Across Norfolk this week there are a host of planned roadworks and road closures that could cause delays to your journey. Here are some of the major ones:

Jody Cundy’s road to possible Rio redemption continues today at the 2016 UCI Para-Cycling Track World Championships.

More than 150 homes in a Norfolk village left without the internet or phone lines have finally all been reconnected by BT.

Magdalen Street in Norwich will be closed overnight on Easter Sunday to allow BT to carry out engineering work.

Residents on an estate have been left with intermittent phone lines and internet connections after planned engineering works caused extra damage.

More than 150 homes in a Norfolk village have been left without the internet or phone lines for a week after a vehicle crashed in to an exchange box.

Rural business owners in north Norfolk ‘not spots’ say they are being left languishing in the internet slow lane.

Leading firms are launching a new scheme aimed at encouraging schoolgirls to consider careers in areas such as engineering and technology.

These photos show how the landscape is changing - and work progressing on the Northern Distributor Road (NDR).

An ambitious project, gathering momentum, could see north Norfolk’s coastline become the region’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site.

If first impressions really do count then James Maddison has made his mark on Alex Neil, after the Norwich City boss met his highly-rated new signing for the first time earlier this week.

There are a host of planned roadworks and road closures that could cause delays to your journey across Norfolk.

Motorists and cyclists in Norwich are reminded that Plumstead Road will be closed between Thorpe End and Little Plumstead before people travel to work on Monday.

Across the county this week there are a host of planned road works and road closures that could cause delays to your journey.

Telecoms giant BT is to create more than 100 new apprenticeship and graduate jobs in the region under a fresh recruitment drive.

Drivers can expect delays later this month following a two-week road closure on the outskirts of Norwich.

Rural businesses are still being failed by poor mobile signal and broadband speeds, a new survey shows.

Telecoms giant BT confirmed that it has begun a search to replace its long-serving group finance director.

A problem which prevented staff at Norfolk County Council from getting into emails today is believed to be a network issue, rather than a cyber attack, County Hall bosses have said.

Broadband users in the hardest-to-reach areas continue to suffer from poor speeds amid a lack of competition and an emphasis on fibre networks, the boss of a Norwich-based broadband company Wispire has told MPs.

Faster broadband speeds could be just around the corner for a rural village after the parish council decided to apply to erect a new mast.

BT broadband is down across the UK, the company has said.

The “sinkhole” which appeared late last week in Plumstead Road, Norwich, will keep it closed to traffic until at least next Wednesday.

BT has seen pre-tax profits surge by nearly a quarter as it ruled out scrapping the EE brand following its takeover of the mobile operator.

After going almost three weeks without the internet, children and staff at a primary school are finally able to browse the web.

Despite the pain of defeat to Liverpool Lee Payne still enjoyed a dramatic match and sees reasons for Norwich City fans to feel positive about the rest of the season.

Need ideas this weekend? Here’s a quick guide to some of the activities taking place in Norfolk on Saturday and Sunday.

Liverpool warmed up for their Premier League trip to Norwich City with a 3-0 victory over Exeter in the FA Cup.

A Burgh Castle man has described the “nightmare” 11 months he has waited to have a phone line installed in his home.

The competition watchdog has officially approved BT’s £12.5 billion buy out of mobile phone firm EE.

For today’s younger generation, life BI (Before Internet) seems like the Dark Ages.

A man has been taken to hospital after the car he was driving collided with a BT telephone pole causing it to break in half.

Sluggish broadband speeds and excruciating download times could be a thing of the past for a internet users in Breckland after backing was given to a £950,000 improvement plan.

Nearly £1m could be invested in improving superfast broadband coverage across Breckland with the aim of supporting rural businesses.

An old phone box could help provide a solution for traders suffering from the loss of a town’s only bank.

BT Openreach chief executive Joe Garner is set to become the new chief executive of Nationwide.

Norwich City’s Premier League home game against Liverpool on Saturday, January 23 has been brought forward to a lunchtime kick-off for live television coverage on BT Sport (KO 12:45pm).

A city pub has become one of 16 nationally to be hit by fines for broadcasting Premier League football without authorisation.

Telecoms giant BT has driven £84m into the Norfolk economy in the past year, according to a new report underscoring the company’s value to the eastern region.

It’s had a fresh lick of red paint and new glass in the windows but the old village telephone box in Swanton Morley won’t be taking any more calls.

The competition watchdog has provisionally approved BT’s £12.5 billion merger with mobile phone firm EE.

The new boss of broadband provider WiSpire has bold growth plans, but challenges lie ahead. BEN WOODS reports

Pay TV giant Sky shrugged off the increasing threat from rival BT as it notched up its best first quarter UK customer growth for four years.

Everton’s visit to Carrow Road in December has been moved to an earlier kick-off, as BT Sport has chosen to screen its first Norwich City match of the season.

When the latest Top 100 listing was produced, Sufffolk businessman Mark Ling felt the absence of a category for the region’s ports and logistics industry was a glaring omission. Here he argues why it needs particular support

A growing hunger for faster internet speeds has led a communications firm to move into the city – and launch a fresh recruitment drive.

It used to be the case that call centres needed to be tucked away in a purpose-built building on an industrial estate but it seems this is changing as a BT business is locating to a prime city centre period house.

Vodafone has announced that talks with cable firm Liberty Global over a potential asset swap have been terminated.

A mobile app, an up-to-date website and greater social media engagement were among the key messages sent to scores of businesses at a technology event.

Commuters, business owners and motorists are being warned about work taking place over the next few months at Cromer which will affect bus services and result in several roads being closed.

An official picture showing the Queen at work at her desk has been released to mark the moment today she becomes our longest reigning monarch.

Nathan Redmond feels an England senior call-up is within touching distance if he can continue his rapid rise to prominence with Norwich City and England U-21s.

More than 400 “first-time” runners will be among the 3,800 people to take on the Run Norwich 10k course this Sunday

With just over a fortnight until the first ever Run Norwich 10k race, runners will be getting their final training miles in. TV presenter Jake Humphrey is among those taking part on August 30, but in his special fortnightly column he has revealed how a new arrival has thrown his preparations.

A small IT business has been boosted by superfast broadband as a long-awaited internet roll-out announces that it has now made fibre broadband available to more than 170,000 homes and businesses across the county.

A pioneering initiative to improve rural broadband using church towers to beam high-speed wireless internet has appointed a new chief executive.

Harry Toffolo’s progress into the Norwich City first team set-up should be a huge incentive for the Canaries’ development crop, says academy manager Gregg Broughton.

The companies driving technological innovation across Norfolk and Suffolk will come into sharp focus at an exhibition this autumn.

Millions of pounds will be ploughed back into Norfolk’s flagship broadband roll-out deal with BT after the telecoms giant has seen a higher-than-expected take up of its services.

Laura Ruddy and former Canaries star Paul McVeigh are the latest high-profile names to don their trainers for the Run Norwich 10k, as the deadline for entries looms large.

Telecoms giant BT is not getting broadband to Suffolk homes as quickly as it could, one of the county’s MPs has claimed.

More than 3,000 people have signed up to run in the first 10k road race through Norwich city centre, with organisers anticipating an “amazing atmosphere” on the day.

South Norfolk MP Richard Bacon has been re-elected to the House of Commons public accounts committee by his fellow members of parliament.

Former Diss Rugby Club junior Will Owen is set to start for England in the World Rugby Under-20 Championship final in Italy this evening.

When Elaine Walpole’s body was found at her Dereham home in April 2008, fatally stabbed and with bite marks to her face, her family were left distraught and bewildered at who would want to kill the gentle mother-of-three.

The Premier League have announced the dates when live TV selections will be revealed by Sky Sports and BT Sport.

Up to three-quarters of households are paying for advertised broadband speeds that they have never received, a survey suggests.

Norwich City star Nathan Redmond and his England Under-21 team-mates begin their European Championship campaign in the Czech Republic tonight – but have suffered a late defensive injury blow.

Wells celebrated a major milestone today as homes and businesses in the town became the latest to be connected to superfast broadband.

A popular seaside theatre now has its phone lines and internet service back.

A motorist had a lucky escape after her car roof was flattened by a large tree branch.

Former Diss Rugby Club junior Will Owen has been named in England’s starting line-up for today’s World Under-20 Championship opener against Japan.

Ricky van Wolfswinkel looks likely to be consigned to a waiting game before discovering his Norwich City future.

The brother of an RAF policeman who was badly injured in an Iraqi bomb blast is taking on an epic challenge for charity.

Runners were signing up this morning for the new road race through the city centre.

Music fans across the nation tuned in to Norwich for a live-music session with rock band Lower than Atlantis.

BT boss Gavin Patterson hailed a “ground-breaking year” as the telecoms giant posted a better-than-expected annual profits haul of £3.17 billion today.

When Denise Jones moved into her new apartment in a south Norfolk village in October last year, little did she know that she would be waiting at least eight months for a telephone line to be installed.

A redundant village phone box is ringing the changes, by becoming the base for a lifesaving defibrillator.

High-speed broadband is on its way to Loddon after the district council came up with a site to house the new technology.

The show, which was the first to be organised by the Friends of Dereham Memorial Hall, filled the venue with layouts of all shapes and sizes and stalls selling second hand trains and other essentials.

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