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Three men have been jailed for life for the murder of a former Norwich student and four others in an explosion set up as part of a bogus insurance claim.

Could the next agri-tech breakthrough be developed in Norfolk? The world’s next leading geneticist have their first biology lesson in Norwich? The next celebrity hairdresser complete their apprenticeship in Dereham?

A trio of killers has been convicted of murdering five people, including a former Norwich student, when they burned down a shop for a bogus £300,000 insurance claim.

A Norwich college will today unveil its new specialist facility after becoming the first in the region to offer gas engineering apprenticeships.

A hard-hitting play hoping to effect a reduction in the numbers of injuries and fatalities on Norfolk’s roads will be performed in schools around the county.

A law firm which can trace its Norfolk roots back nearly 140 years won the Large Business award, in recognition of its journey to becoming one of the top law firms in the country.

Years of hard work have paid off for Cromer’s Nina Chambers, who has been presented with a national award at the House of Lords after acing her college course.

A Norfolk academy principal has stepped up to the top job in its parent trust.

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

More than 100 construction students from a Norfolk college are helping to preserve a key feature of the county’s heritage in a new partnership with the Broads Authority.

A former Norfolk student who died in a shop explosion in Leicester allegedly plotted with three men to make a bogus insurance claim by burning down the building.

At least 180,000 people that work for real Living Wage employers across the country are set for a pay rise as the new Living Wage rates rises by 25p to £9 around the UK, and by 35p to £10.55 in London.

Warm, funny, very distinct and certainly memorable. Those are just some of the words used to describe Jess Fairweather at an emotional farewell on the day he would have turned 21.

A nurse at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) has been presented with an award for her work on domestic abuse.

Children in Norfolk have some of the worst opportunities and educational outcomes of any area in England, according to a new report.

More than 400 students who achieved degrees and qualifications at City College Norwich have graduated at a ceremony at Norwich Cathedral.

Norfolk’s cultural champions were celebrated in style on Friday night at a glittering ceremony at Norwich Cathedral.

Take one heritage railway, mix in some fear, add a dash of terror and a splash of every phobia going for good measure, and you’ve got the perfect recipe for a night on the Horror Train.

The finalists for the Norfolk Business Awards 2018 have been revealed - take a look at the full list here.

Introducing the finalists in the Large Business category of the Norfolk Business Awards 2018, sponsored by City College Norwich – and what our judges thought of them.

The leaders of Norfolk and Suffolk’s further education colleges have called on their MPs to push for greater funding for the sector in a week-long campaign.

The education secretary has reiterated his faith in a programme which hopes to help children in deprived parts of Norwich achieve better educational outcomes.

The new owner of a building trades services company in Norwich is hoping to encourage more young men – and women – into the business.

Norfolk and Waveney’s cancer charity, Big C, has announced growth for its retail division, which includes 13 charity shops in towns and communities across the region.

One of Norfolk’s most remarkable companies has celebrated its win of a Queens Award for Enterprise by launching its ‘Industry Accelerator’ Training Academy.

A ‘lovely, inspirational man’, who completed his further education course after his dying wife made him promise not to give it up, was one of the outstanding students honoured at City College Norwich’s annual awards.

Businesses in virtually every sector are faced with the stubborn problem of how to fill skills gaps – and Brexit is only increasing the challenges. Stephen Davies, degree apprenticeships development officer at City College Norwich, argues apprenticeships need to be central to our response.

An employment service for 16-25 years olds is searching for businesses to offer hospitality work experience.

A charity is calling for nominations for its annual Norfolk Youth Awards, which will be hosted by a presenter of The One Show.

I’ve tried to pitch it as ‘Silence of the Lambs meets The Matrix’, says Lee Francis, who’s written the book with Simon Scarrow

Twelve businesses and personalities take home prizes at 2018 Eat Norfolk Food and Drink Awards.

New nursing role launched

Thursday, September 6, 2018

The first 70 students have begun training for an new role which it is hoped will further improve the care which people in Norfolk and Waveney receive while helping increase capacity within the NHS and social care workforce.

Three men are set to stand trial later this year after five people, including a former Norfolk woman, were killed in a shop explosion.

Nominations will open next week for the sixth Norfolk Care Awards.

Has your favourite business made the final cut in the 2018 Eat Norfolk Food and Drink Awards?

He has helped thousands of people launch their careers in the hospitality industry, served the Queen afternoon tea and judged many culinary competitions.

Setting your own hours, choosing your own clients, no workplace relationships to navigate your way through – from the outside there seem to be plenty of upsides to self employment.

It is a skill which takes commitment, creativity and passion.

The new general manager of a Norfolk hotel is eyeing improvements as he looks to boost its profile as a resort for social, business and sporting guests.

A Norwich college has won a £10,000 upgrade for its plumbing and heating training facilities.

Computing students received “good life experience” after promoting the construction industry online.

Hundreds of students met the potential employers on their doorstep at an inaugural skills and careers festival.

Nine-year-old Izabella Houston-Carter is one of the hoppiest GoGoHares fans around after being among the first people to complete their sticker book celebrating the colourful characters.

Aviation students in Norwich have taken to the skies in gliders - something that will become a regular treat thanks to a club’s donation.

Thirty-seven new teachers will be going into Norfolk classrooms after completing their training.

Hundreds of visitors enjoyed the opening night of City College Norwich’s creative arts end 
of year show.

What happens when you combine Italian fine art with materials found at the sea side?

The founders of one of Norwich’s best-known restaurants have put the business up for sale as they prepare to bow out of the industry.

It proved to be a frustrating couple of days for Norfolk’s wheelchair tennis star Alfie Hewett at the French Open.

Alfie Hewett returns to the scene of his first grand slam singles triumph today, on the famous clay courts of Roland Garros.

The entrance to Norwich Castle has been given a splash of floral colour thanks to students from Norwich City College.

A chef has teamed up with a training provider to offer apprentices greater insight of life in the hospitality sector.

A college and sixth form in Norfolk will be among the first 52 centres in the country to teach a new technical qualification.

A plumbing apprentice from Norwich has won a contest looking for the most talented young tradespeople.

Norwich is once again embracing the annual National Waiters’ Day with a charity race around Norwich City centre, supported by Epos Now.

With the deadline looming for the 2018-19 cohort, DAVID FREEZER finds out more about the Norfolk Sports Academy and the athletes who have benefited from the project since its launch two years ago.

City College Norwich students have crafted a quilt made up of 102 individual messages of hope as part of an interactive exhibition on mental health.

Aspiring car makers got to learn how to get into the industry during a special visit.

A war-time hangar which was transformed into Norwich’s International Aviation Academy has won an award for its ‘outstanding’ design

A local builder has welcomed Norwich students to a major housing development to learn about sustainable construction.

Ten years ago today, Lee Hannant was fighting for his life after being seriously injured in a horror road crash.

A bumper crowd of 162 people watched ex-professional footballers and reality TV stars battle it out at a charity football match.

From a show paying homage to Kung Fu movies to a circus spectacle especially for little ones - there is lots to look forward to in The Garage’s new season of shows and events.

Fans of ex-professional footballers and reality TV stars jostled for pole position to watch a charity football match at Fakenham Town’s ground.

Former professional footballers, celebrities and community heroes will be turning out for a charity team at a match in Fakenham tomorrow.

Three men have denied manslaughter charges after five people, including a former Norfolk woman, were killed in a shop explosion.

North Norfolk’s largest social landlord has created a new team to help its residents find employment and ensure they have the skills to hold down a job.

The search is on to find people to take part in a unique performance project on Wells beach for this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Festival.

Residents of a city care home enjoyed being entertained with an extra special performance by City College Norwich students.

Residents of a city care home enjoyed being entertained with an extra special performance by City College Norwich students.

Students in Norwich have become ambassadors for clean sport after completing an anti-doping course.

New courses for young people and adults covering everything from business to health are being offered by a North Walsham sixth-form college.

New courses for young people and adults covering everything from business to health are being offered by a North Walsham sixth-form college.

Friends and customers of a well-known Norwich cafe owner and chef have shared tributes following his death.

The family of a well-known Norwich cafe owner and chef have described him as “warm and affectionate” following his sudden death.

A short student film raising the awareness of testicular cancer is in the running for a national award.

Students from City College Norwich were treated to a master class by celebrity chef Tom Aikens.

MP Chloe Smith is calling on employers to explore how apprenticeships can benefit their business.

The achievements of some of the county’s apprentices were celebrated as nine worthy winners were recognised with awards.

Two members of staff who have undertaken apprenticeships at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) are celebrating wins at the City College Norwich Apprentice Awards 2018.

National Apprenticeships Week has brought a renewed focus on the apprenticeship levy – but is it having the intended impact on the skills of the region’s workforce?

A woman who died in an explosion which ripped through a supermarket in Leicester went to school and college in Norfolk, it has emerged.

Further tributes have been paid to a former Norfolk student who was killed when an explosion destroyed a supermarket in Leicester.

Hundreds of schools in Norfolk and Suffolk remain closed today (Thursday) following fresh weather warnings across the country.

Common misconceptions are turning young people away from a career in the hospitality industry.

Hard-working staff from Norfolk’s care sector were recognised for their successes at a glittering awards ceremony.

Almost 200 hospitality students from Norwich are gearing up to get involved in an annual takeover of three city hotels next week.

Green-fingered volunteers are joining forces with students to bring new plant life to Norwich.

A Norwich woman who is passionate about tackling visual stress has spoken out about the importance of getting the correct diagnosis to ensure the right help.

Alfie Hewett is the new wheelchair tennis singles world number one.

Book your spot at one of City College’s great value feasts, prepared by students and some of the county’s best chefs.

An inquest has opened into the death of student Ian Tang.

Student chefs from Norfolk will be feeling the heat as they cook in the semi-finals of a culinary challenge.

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