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Firefighters tackled a blaze at a launderette on the edge of Norwich.

A missing six-year-old girl has been reunited with her family by police officers in Norwich.

A church in Eaton is encouraging others to open their doors to the community after its successful ‘chat over a cuppa’ events.

A judge has asked for a medical report on a mother of two who ran from police for three months after she appeared in court seeming “frail”.

EU citizens in Norfolk applying to stay in the UK after Brexit face a 214-mile round trip to register, it has been claimed.

A secondary school has issued a warning after a pupil was approached by two men and asked if they wanted a lift.

One lucky Eaton resident has started 2019 thousands of pounds richer.

This is the magical moment when a Norwich mother captured one of nature’s most amazing displays on camera.

There will be double bubble fun in Norfolk this year as a children’s charity foam-tastic fundraiser returns in the summer.

Fears have been raised that a £650,000 bid to combat congestions on Norwich’s outer ring road could actually make the problem worse.

Around 69 homes in Norwich were without hot water and electricity for three during a power cut.

A former wrestler who was refused entry to a Norwich pub after jumping into a river has been found guilty of using threatening behaviour towards staff who had refused to let him back in.

One of the car parks in a Norwich park is to be shut - for more than three months.

A woman has been arrested after being found with £2,000 worth of cannabis at an address in Eaton.

A man who was refused entry to a Norwich pub after jumping into a river told staff he would “snap” their neck, a court has heard.

A new art group has been created for older people in Norwich, to encourage inclusion and creativity.

A woman who taught languages at Notre Dame High School in Norwich is now running a successful gym after losing 11 stone in just 20 months.

A proposed shake-up which would change the voting boundaries in Norwich has been finalised - and a community’s fears changes would split it in two have been allayed.

People living in part of Norwich have been urged to take to social media to vote for what the police’s crime fighting priority should be.

Older people in Norwich have been given an invitation to get arty at a new, free art class.

A group of seven friends smashed their ‘six peaks challenge’ and raised more than £3,000 for the nook appeal.

Running is experiencing a huge renaissance across the UK with pensioners in particular lacing up their trainers and pounding the pavements. Nick Richards investigates the boom in older runners

Neighbours of a home where a £240,000 haul of cannabis was discovered had suspicions months before police raided the property.

More than £200,000 worth of cannabis has been seized from a house in Norwich.

Your little ones are in for a treat as dance craze Baby Shark is set to be performed in the city.

People came in their hundreds to meet Pudsey Bear and raise more than £700 for Children in Need in Eaton Park.

Firefighters have helped rescue a cow from the river in Norfolk.

Norfolk Seniors travelled to Ealing Golf Club to play in the Southern Foursomes Final, having beaten Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire to qualify.

Martin Luther King was assassinated, Manchester United won the European Cup for the first time with George Best weaving his magic, and the Kray Twins were arrested.

A swathe of changes to Norwich’s roads have been approved by councillors, including reduced speed limits, new permit zones and almost £2.5m of spending on one road.

The Norwich parkrun scene is thriving – that’s the verdict of a contingent of parkrun bigwigs that came to visit over the weekend.

Forty-six of Norfolk’s 53 children’s centres could be closed after council bosses finally revealed proposals for a review of the service.

Speed limits will be cut to 20mph in hundreds more streets in Norwich, if councillors agree to the move on Thursday.

Decisions on £5.5m of changes to how traffic uses Norwich will be taken this week, with shake-ups for Prince of Wales Road and Earlham Road likely to be rubber-stamped.

It promises to be an exciting weekend for Swardeston, with a league and cup double in their sights.

Police have seized a moped in Norwich after the driver was found without a license or insurance.

The second day of a festival celebrating Thai culture gets underway in a Norwich park today.

Norfolk’s men will be aiming to finish a disappointing Anglian League campaign on a positive note on Sunday when they travel to Blankney Golf Club to take on Lincolnshire.

The final weekend of the school holidays has sun on the agenda, with temperatures warming up to 22 degrees.

Eaton Park miniature railway has raised more than £680 for the Lord Mayor’s Fund.

Royal Norwich’s Gary Harvey overcame a tough test at Bawburgh to win the Norfolk Seniors Championship by a single shot.

There has been a mixed reaction to our story which revealed speed limits of 20mph could be introduced on more than 300 further roads in Norwich.

Judges had a tour of green spaces in the running for a national horticultural award.

Two major roadwork schemes in Norwich are due to begin today.

Overnight resurfacing work will start on Monday and continue until the end of the month in Eaton village centre.

Simon Arnes, William H Brown’s managing director and the auctioneer, reports on his firm’s sale held at Barnham Broom today.

The heatwave finally ran out of steam, and following the storms of Friday evening, it was mainly the bowlers who took centre stage in Division One of the Norfolk Cricket League sponsored by Ashburnham Solicitors.

Businesses, charities, communities and individuals have pulled together to back the special day which takes place on Friday, July 27.

Drivers will not be able to get into Eaton from the A11 for the next five weeks, when work which will close the slip road gets under way.

Barclays Bank has announced that it intends to close its branch in Eaton later this year.

Controversial proposals which would see Norwich’s last public grass tennis courts disappear have been revived, but people living nearby have not given up hope of saving them.

The Norfolk Cricket Board has secured a six-figure investment from the England & Wales Cricket Board to revolutionise the opportunities to play cricket across the Norwich area by providing nine new artificial pitches in seven different locations.

Jo Ashmore has won the Norfolk Ladies’ Senior Championship for the fifth year running.

A slip road in Eaton will remain open to pedestrians while works are carried out to improve cycle access to the village – much to the relief of those in the area.

It might be the only time you get to see Bob Marley, UB40, Little Mix and Ed Sheeran all in one place.

The popular Open Gardens event is coming to a small community in Norwich.

New synchronisations for a series of traffic lights in Eaton are to be trialled in hope of increasing traffic flow into the city centre.

Bawburgh Golf Club played host to the William Hunt Trilby Tour’s opening competition of the summer, with 144 players battling it out in front of the Sky Sports cameras and a good sized crowd.

A controversial move, which would see the closure of part of a Norwich road and the removal of a set of city traffic lights, may be permanently ditched.

Caister’s lead at the top of the Norfolk Cricket League was cut to just two points as defending champions Saxlingham roared back in contention by belting 315-7 as Oli Browne crashed a massive 166.

A complex needs school where education was recently rated outstanding has been given the same grade for its boarding.

A festival celebrating all things to do with Thailand is coming to Eaton Park in Norwich later this year.

More than 2,200 school children were out in the sunshine at Eaton Park to take part in INEOS Norwich: Go Run For Fun.

The people of Norwich never expected to see Queen, Blondie and Foo Fighters in one night.

Norfolk Day is fast approaching and dozens of events have been organised by individuals, communities, charities and businesses.

An all-boy specialist school is celebrating after receiving a glowing report from education watchdog Ofsted.

The Norfolk Golf Union have sought professional help to aid the development of the county first team.

Here is our monthly look back at some of the criminals who were jailed in Norfolk courts in April.

A suspected drink driver has been arrested after a police chase through Eaton.

Wensum Valley Seniors got their hands on the Hodds Salver for the third time in seven years after seeing off King’s Lynn in an exciting final at Eaton.

Two cyclists have been verbally abused during a road rage incident in Norwich.

Three boys arrested on suspicion of theft and animal cruelty after two chickens were killed in a Norwich park have been released after questioning.

The arrest of three boys after chickens were stolen and killed in a Norwich park has prompted a councillor to say anti-social behaviour in the area is the worst she has known in more than 20 years.

Three boys have been arrested on suspicion of animal cruelty after two bantam chickens were killed in a Norwich park.

Concerns have been raised over how some housing developers are charging thousands of pounds for people to have parking places.

A decision will soon be made on whether a German-style beer festival can be held in a Norwich park this autumn.

The candidates standing in Norwich City Council’s elections next month have been confirmed, with the UK Independence Party not fielding any contenders at all.

A row has broken out over the proposed readjustment of a council’s ward boundaries - with one side denying accusations from the other of gerrymandering to gain an advantage.

The fate of a German-style beer festival remains in the balance, after councillors deferred their decision on its licence application.

After an eight year struggle with Alzheimer’s Prof Roy Davies OBE, a former Dean of Biology at UEA and deputy director of the John Innes Institute, has died aged 85.

The public will soon be able to have its say on proposals to reduce speed limits on several Norwich roads.

East Anglia Tennis and Squash Club will be hosting its first open day of the year on Saturday to showcase the tennis opportunities on offer this summer.

Figures suggest a higher proportion of strokes are now occurring in middle-aged people, like marathon runner Paul Brough, who was a fit 47-year-old when his life changed in an instant.

Ashes of one of the last remaining steam engine drivers in Norwich will be scattered on the railway tracks at Eaton the same day one of the region’s most famous locomotives - the Oliver Cromwell - returns to the city.

An Oktoberfest event is set to return to Norwich this autumn but at a different venue.

A 23-year-old Norwich landscaper who was found dead in his den in the family’s back garden intended to end his life, an inquest heard.

Families and fans of live music will be able to rock out in what will be a first for a city park.

Staff from McCarthy and Stone in Norwich joined the Invidia Voices choir for a singalong in aid of the Royal Voluntary Service.

With a dusting of snow and the jingle of sleigh bells in the distance, Eaton Park hosted a festive fun run on Sunday, December 10.

Norfolk’s newest parkrun has taken place at the University of East Anglia.

Norfolk’s Spire Solicitors has won Law Firm of the Year Award at the 2017 LawNet Awards.

An historic riverside pub which closed suddenly is reopening in time for Christmas.

A man has been to taken to hospital after collapsing in a Norwich park.

Nine of Norfolk’s green spaces, some big and some small, are battling it out to be named the UK’s best park. But which one is your favourite?

Firefighters were called to rescue a cat which was stuck up a chimney in Eaton.

Swaffham’s Nic Cains maintained his excellent end to the season by retaining the Norfolk Scratch Knockout Trophy at Eaton Golf Club.

The formidable mother and daughter pairing of Tracey and Amelia Williamson lifted the Carrick Cup at Sheringham Golf Club on Sunday after beating fellow county players Jo Ashmore and Ellie Brown two up.

A new Norfolk Golfers’ Alliance season got under way at Swaffham, with an entry of 76 making it a good start.

A Norwich teenager is celebrating after becoming the world’s youngest parkrun director on his 18th birthday.

Ongoing roadworks in Eaton and Cringleford are intended to improve traffic flows and provide dedicated cycle lanes for the convenience and safety of cyclists.

A very special bear will be making anappearance in Norwich next week.

There’s still time to catch a train on some of the region’s loveliest railway lines

A teenage boy has been left with a broken jaw following an assault in a Norwich park.

The landlord of The Cellar House in Eaton has praised the actions of firefighters for swiftly containing a fire that broke out at the pub in the early hours of this morning.

The British Lions will take on the Eurovets in a challenge match at Norwich Cycle Speedway Club (CSC).

The search is on to find the UK’s top 10 favourite parks, could a Norfolk space be one of them?

Hundreds of pounds was raised for a trio of worthy causes through special miniature railway rides.

On or off your bike? That’s the debate amid moves to allow cyclists to ride in more pedestrianised city centre streets at any time of the day.

Has anyone visited the new pub named The Mitre on Earlham Road yet? It was bought in 2016 for £500,000 by none other than St Thomas church situated next door and they are delighted with their purchase.

Train enthusiasts and families will be able to enjoy rides in a Norwich park and donate to a trio of worthy causes this bank holiday.

A new era for the Norfolk County Golf Union’s Order of Merit series got under way at Eaton, with youngster Tom Carding claiming the win.

It covers 70pc of the Earth, supports all forms of life and our bodies are mostly made up of it.

A driver found to be speeding on Newmarket Road before a head-on collision which killed a cyclist cannot be prosecuted because the correct signage was not in place, an inquest has heard.

The Norfolk County Junior Championships were hosted by Costessey Park, with 36 holes of strokeplay deciding the titles.

A chain of dry cleaners has been saved after the company and its assets were bought out of liquidation.

With my passion for running going back many years, this week I’m writing about one of Norfolk’s running clubs which undoubtedly has a lot of history which many of today’s members may not even realise.

A 23-year-old man who worked in the landscape building industry was found dead in a garden shed, less than a fortnight after his birthday.

The Lord Mayor of Norwich, David Fullman, and the Sheriff of Norwich, David Walker, donned their hi-vis jackets and hard hats to help lay bricks at a new retirement development.

You have to go a fairway to find somewhere better than Norfolk for miniature golf.

Saxlingham climbed to the top of the Division One table with their ninth successive win as they comfortably beat Overstrand by 70 runs.

A roads shake-up on the edge of Norwich, put on hold because it was over budget, will start in a scaled back form in November.

The fate of a chain of specialist dry cleaners is up in the air after the company brought in administrators following difficult trading.

The NLCGA County Girls’ Championship was held at Bawburgh Golf Club with 13 girls taking part and a further three playing for the McHarg Birdie Trophy.

A school has held a special event to mark the dedication and hard work of a long serving governor.

A Norwich road will be closed while a cycle path is widened and a crossing is built.

A controversial bid to replace grass tennis courts in a Norwich park has been withdrawn and will be superseded by a revised scheme.

The start of July saw a change at the head of Division One of the Norfolk Cricket League as Castle Rising took advantage of Sandringham’s loss to Saxlingham, Oli Browne (67) and Matt Rennie (4-28) starring.

It was worth the wait as Ashley Johnson recorded a three-shot victory in the Norfolk Amateur Championship at King’s Lynn on Saturday.

Swaffham Golf Club’s Ladies’ Am-Am provided a popular event, with 112 players taking part.

A burst water main is causing problems for residents and commuters in Eaton.

The number of days older people have been stuck in hospital while waiting for social care packages to be sorted so they can leave has soared.

Norfolk Under-10s were thwarted by the rain as their Suffolk counterparts held out for a draw at Topcroft.

The restructuring of the Norwich Sunday League will lead to a “much more level playing field”, according to secretary Ben Casey.

Permission has been given for changes to tennis courts in three Norwich parks, but the most controversial proposal has yet to be decided.

Around 150 golfers have signed up for the popular Coronation Foursomes competition, which is being staged at Marriott Sprowston Manor on Sunday.

Work is under way on a traffic shake-up which will bring 13 weeks of disruption on the edge of Norwich.

Two trophies were on offer in a big event at Costessey Park last week, with the excellent weather matched by the standard of the golf.

More than 500 people took part in East Anglia’s Children’s Hopsice (EACH) Colour Dash at Eaton Park, Norwich on Sunday, May 14.

Drivers have been warned to brace themselves for 13 weeks of disruption when work begins on a traffic shake-up on the edge of Norwich.

While the majority of the county painted itself blue in today’s local elections, Labour found success in Norwich as they held onto their existing seats - and gained new ones.

Did you attend Hellesdon Secondary Modern School between 1960 and 1965?

A memorial has been held at Eaton Park in Norwich to remember those who have lost their lives in the workplace.

Team Norfolk athletes were in action at the first Youth Development match of the season at the UEA Sportspark in Norwich.

Swaffham’s senior golfers were celebrating for the second time in three years after securing a another win in the Hodds Salver at Eaton Golf Club.

A global event, organised to honour a radio pioneer, has been hailed a success.

Doug Gilchrist stepped down as president of the Norfolk County Golf Union at the recent annual meeting – and promptly took up a new role!

Independent chartered accountants and business advisers Whiting & Partners has expanded further with its second merger in six months.

The go-ahead has been given for three buildings in Eaton to be knocked down to make way for eight new homes, despite a string of objections.

A controversial multi-million shake-up of how traffic is managed in Norwich has been hit by a fresh blunder - after a £700,000 project had to be put on hold because it was going over budget.

Anthony Stannard and Warren Bates shone the brightest on a glorious weekend at Hunstanton Golf Club to win the Norfolk County Foursomes title.

Visitors Trevor Cave and James Ong from Eaton ran away with Thetford Golf Club’s Spring Open with a score of 44 points.

The East Anglian Air Ambulance was called to Eaton Park in Norwich this afternoon after a man collapsed.

Toby Briggs and Amy Taylor took top individual honours at the 22nd Norfolk Schools’ Championships at Eaton Golf Club on Monday.

There was some excellent scoring at the final Norfolk Golfers’ Alliance meeting of the season at Bungay & Waveney Valley Golf Club, with Jack Yule and Andrew Marshall taking centre stage.

A Norwich couple who have raised more than £40,000 in memory of their little boy are looking to provide a further boost to help other families.

Dunston Hall’s Caroline Grady claimed an impressive win in the penultimate Norfolk Alliance event of the winter at Swaffham Golf Club.

Cyclists have today defended themselves against criticism for not using Norwich’s multi-million pound network of cycle lanes.

The identity of Norwich as a fine city is disappearing under new developments and roads.

These tennis courts would be a tragic loss to Norwich if funding isn’t found.

Dog owners are to be banned from running with their pets in the Norwich parkrun, after organisers reluctantly decided it was making the event too risky.

Dereham Golf Club’s junior members played for the Scratch Cup and the Wiseman Trophy sponsored by club member John Batty.

Scores more areas of Norwich are set to have 20mph limits, after councillors today agreed that should be the default restriction for residential roads.

A decision over extending the closure of junction on a city road has been put on hold - after council officers admitted they had not been aware of the strength of feeling against the move.

As part of our support of the Voluntary Norfolk Make a Difference in 2017 campaign, the EDP and its sister publications across the region are shining a light on voluntary groups and individuals. Reporter STUART ANDERSON spoke to some of the team at cancer support charity Star Throwers.

A soon-to-be scientist and young mum has attracted more than 450 people to a science day in Norwich to show that anyone can love the field - regardless of their background.

Shoppers can help raise money for Norwich’s SOS bus as well as two other charities by dropping green tokens into a box at the Waitrose in Eaton.

A crowdfunding campaign has been set up to help a disabled man whose car was destroyed in a petrol bomb attack.

Some of the secrets of science will be unveiled to young and old at an upcoming family-friendly event.

Norwich City Council’s plan to replace, in partnership with the Lawn Tennis Association, the 10 grass tennis courts in Heigham Park with all-weather floodlit courts is ill-conceived. Quite apart from the issue of needlessly spoiling this green and historic site, there are two major flaws in the plan.

Eaton youngster Chloe Rowswell has certainly set her standards high as she prepares for the new season.

The last grass tennis courts left in Norwich’s public parks could be removed to make way for new all-weather courts - sparking split opinions on the merits of such a change.

Last year’s club captains at Eaton certainly did their bit for charity.

A park could become the city’s second to contain a defibrillator after the local community raised more than £2,000 towards the scheme.

A park could become the city’s first to contain a defibrillator after the local community raised more than £2,000 towards the scheme.

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:

Motorists will face delays on the B1172 Norwich Road in Wymondham for the next couple of days due to roadworks as part of a new roundabout scheme.

A couple who had been married for more than 60 years died within two weeks of each other.

Post Office workers have begun five days of strike action, leading up to Christmas Eve, in protest at job losses, the closure of a final salary pension scheme and the franchising of Crown Post Offices.

Families will get more opportunities to ride the Eaton Park miniature railway next year - after an unpopular decision which put the attraction off limits to the public once a month was reversed.

Labour city councillors have been accused of failing some of Norwich’s most vulnerable people, after refusing to back a motion which called for council tenants to be offered the choice of a shower or a bath when their bathrooms are upgraded.

More than £3.8m worth of proposed transport changes will see new parking permits introduced, a subway filled-in and even more roadworks.

Your photos open a window on Norwich’s past

I share the concern and disquiet among parents at the closure of Eaton Primary School’s swimming pool.

Norwich Remembers is a Facebook group for a community that cares about our city’s colourful history and charming past.

Traders are up in arms over a council plan to remove nine parking bays in Eaton in favour of a new cycle lane.

The impact of the clown craze is yet to be felt by some of the Norfolk’s fancy dress shops.

A 19-year-old woman who was chased through a Norwich park at night by a man dressed as a clown has described the ordeal, which saw her suffer a panic attack, as “absolutely terrifying”.

It’s one of the UK’s fastest growing sports and Norwich people appear to have decided it suits them to a tee.

A 30-year-old man from south Norfolk has been given a caution by police after he dressed up as a clown and chased a woman through a Norwich park.

Harvest festival goers packed Aylsham Town Hall to enjoy a Big Slow Brunch after church, a new addition to the annual Aylsham Food Festival.

I do wonder whether many of those opposing the development of the University-owned Colney Playing Fields have examined the proposals in detail before expressing their opinions.

With this lovely summer weather we have been having just recently I think the parks of Norwich are worth a mention.

How can this be? Since the Eaton Primary School pool was completed in the early 70s hundreds, no thousands, of children have joined their high schools being competent and confident swimmers.

For years they have been pockets of calm made for play, exercise and rest. But a new report warns that stretched council budgets could spell a decline in the beloved British park. Lauren Cope reports on the picture in Norwich

Wondering when your local supermarkets will be open this coming Bank Holiday Monday? Here’s everything you need to know.

A popular fountain in a city park will be out of action all summer.

We get lots of fantastic photos sent to us every week and here are some of the best from the past seven days.

A city high school is taking urgent action after a review found that its site was not secure.

Almost £400,000 will be spent on improvements to a section of the Yellow Pedalway at Hall Road after councillors approved a scheme to convert a footway to a shared use cycle track.

A Champagne toast marked the opening of Norfolk’s newest wine shop.

Sandringham had a successful jaunt across the county to beat Caister in Level One of the Norfolk League.

England football fans headed to the Open venue, in Norwich, to watch the Slovakia match on the big screen.

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:

Norfolk golfer Geoffrey Crosskill has just set a new Guinness World Record as the longest serving golf club member.

A mobile phone, laptop computer, iPad, handbag, wallet and a purse were just some of the items stolen during a burglary in Eaton.

More than 2,000 students donned fancy dress to push decorated wheelbarrows around Norwich’s pubs this afternoon for a long-running fundraiser.

A community is torn over a bid to open a takeaway.

It’s a case of as you were at the top of Norfolk Cricket League’s Division after Snettisham made it five wins from five outings.

Police have interviewed a man in connection with two assaults in Eaton Park in Norwich.

A man has been arrested by police investigating an alleged double sexual assault in a Norwich park.
The 41-year-old man has been arrested after a woman jogger claimed she had been twice sexually assaulted on separate days in Eaton Park.

A new crossing on one of the main roads in and out of Norwich is almost complete - but drivers will face disruption this week.

A woman was sexually assaulted on two separate occasions by the same man whilst out jogging in Eaton Park in Norwich.

Highs of 22C are expected in Norfolk this weekend and Norwich in the sunshine is a sight to behold, so here are 11 photos that are guaranteed to make you want to get outside and enjoy the warm weather while it lasts.

Vote Labour boards have been plastered with ‘vote green’ posters in wards across Norwich as the city heads to the polls for local elections

Police are appealing for information after a man exposed himself in Eaton Park in Norwich on Saturday afternoon.

Voters will go to the polls on Thursday to choose who should represent them at Norwich City Council. DAN GRIMMER looks at the candidates in the wards of Eaton, Lakenham, Mancroft and Mile Cross

A one-day boycott of primary schools could see parents withdraw children from lessons in a protest against government tests.

A one-day boycott of primary schools could see parents withdraw children from lessons in a protest against government tests.

A car was destroyed in a fire on Tuesday morning which also caused damage to a garage and melted a side door of a property in Eaton.

It was in 1968 that Raymond King was given a role that railway enthusiasts could only dream of.

It is the weekly event that can become an addiction - and has helped hundreds of youngsters, and their parents, get into shape.

Compared with other corners of the globe, the reach of the Irish diaspora may not seem quite so extensive in East Anglia.

Norfolk Senior Cup finalists Dereham hammered relegation-threatened Redbridge on a glue-pot of a pitch at Aldiss Park.

Glasses were raised for the official opening of a post office in a pub.

Chief executive of the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) Michael Downey was on hand to hand out the 2016 Norfolk tennis awards.

A skate park, running track and Viking longboat are all part of a bold new £790,000 vision for two popular parks on the edge of Norwich.

Motorists who leave their engines running while parked on city centre streets could face fines.

A car and cyclist crashed on Bluebell Road in Norwich this morning.

New life will finally be breathed into the site of a former Norwich pub, a decade after pints were pulled at the building for the last time.

Two men who helped save the life of a shopper who collapsed in a supermarket toilet cubicle have today spoken about the dramatic rescue for the first time.

It was not a sight you would have expected to see.

The next wave of a controversial project which has seen major shake-ups to roads in Norwich is set to start, with the public asked what they would like to see in a new £1m scheme.

Three people have been charged in connection with drug offences in Norwich.

Plans to create new housing in Norwich in a bid to put behind the blighted history of a “festering sore” have been given the go-ahead, despite concerns from disabled residents.

Norwich City Under-21s let a 1-0 lead slip to lose 3-1 at Everton in the Barclays Under-21 Premier League.

A bid to breath life into the derelict Ferry Boat Inn in Norwich has dramatically failed.

An ale trail which has gone digital is seeing more people than ever sign up to support their local pubs.

Part of the play area in one of Norwich’s most popular parks has been made off limits to children in the middle of the summer holidays.

A warehouse on an industrial site in Mile Cross sprang into action as Norwich’s first indoor trampoline park opened for business.

He has a passion for two-wheeled adventures and a sweet tooth. He is a man on a mission. Meet East Anglia’s Cake Crusader!

A musical celebration to mark the 10th anniversary of a youth charity has seen young performers sing and dance their way through the last 10 decades.

It was where they spent some of the happiest days of their lives.

A popular Norwich park has scooped an award from a national website thanks to great reviews from its visitors.

South Norfolk MP Richard Bacon has called upon Barclays Bank to reconsider its decision to close its Long Stratton branch, describing the bank’s actions as ‘hasty’.

Today is shaping up to just as great as yesterday with the festivities of the Lord Mayor’s Celebration continuing.

The sun is shining, summer is here - it’s time to party. Norwich will this weekend echo to the sights and sounds of carnival with the Lord Mayor’s Celebrations. SIMON PARKIN has a look at what’s in store.

A councillor has expressed dismay at the planned closure of a Long Stratton bank and is urging bosses to rethink their decision.

Norfolk League Division One leaders Happisburgh chased down 200 to overcome bottom side East Harling, writes Tim Porter.

More than a hundred people took part in the newest addition to the ever-growing list of parkrun events in Norfolk.

Several Norfolk League players took full advantage of the sunny conditions this week, writes Mike Ridout.

Three people have been arrested following a fight at Eaton Park.

In the days before records and CDs, let alone iTunes and Spotify, if you wanted to listen to music, then Norwich’s parks were often a good port of call.

Hundreds of ingeniously decorated wheelbarrows descended on the streets of Norwich at the weekend as students took part in this year’s Pimp My Barrow.

When the palatial home of the late motor racing legend Ayrton Senna went on the market earlier this year, few people were surprised at its £7m price tag.

Delighted children with parents in tow climbed aboard the miniature railway to help raise money for a hospice appeal for young people.

Despite the best efforts of Norwich City only six games were conceded this week – but several matches were shortened to accommodate the lunctime play-off so generally cricket was the winner, writes Mike Ridout.

A local Brownie troop will be pulling on their walking boots this weekend to raise money for a charity that provides hospital patients and care home residents with visits from cats and dogs.

Hand-cyclist Mike Dawson speaks to Kate Scotter about how London 2012 helped keep him in the saddle.

A popular miniature railway is holding its first fundraising day for a children’s hospice.

Belton got their Norfolk League title push off to the best possible start by beating Rollesby.

The skies may have been grey, but the scene below was a burst of colour, as a crowd of around 500 took part in a charity fun-run with a difference.

With the Norwich City of Ale Festival just a month away, tickets have been put on sale for the event’s highly-anticipated launch party.

It depicts the anger of battle, strength and the sheer power of determination.

Police have arrested a man in connection with a distraction burglary in Eaton.

In parks, on seafronts and in town centres, bandstands are part of the English landscape.

It is a church sitting in the shadows of Norwich Cathedral and St Peter Mancroft which many walk by without a second glance.

Comedy from Zoe Lyons and Simon Munnery, plus X Factor star Ray Quinn, concerts and theatre, SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this weekend.

The legacy of a little boy whose life was cut tragically short has provided yet another boost to help other families.

Norwich South is the 18th most marginal seat in the UK and is one of the most interesting and tightly fought contests in the East of England.

A traditional Eaton drinking spot with a really positive buzz around it has been named Norwich and Norfolk CAMRA pub of the year.

With a view across the city rooftops and the old marble hall of Norwich Union below, the new chief operating officer for Aviva seems comfortably positioned between past and future.

Norfolk’s first ever junior parkrun got off to a flying start with around 215 youngsters attending the launch in Norwich.

Drivers have been warned they will face weeks of disruption when work starts to replace the central safety barriers on the A11 near Norwich.

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