Delays in getting the right fencing posts to form part of a £50,000 revamp of the Marriott's Way means drivers will face disruption on a Norwich ring road roundabout from today.

The new skipper of one of the UK's top 60 most historic ships is looking forward to a busy season ahead.

A talented Suffolk student has reached the junior's final of a computer science competition at the University of Oxford.

If you searched for "10 of the most beautiful places in Britain you've never heard of" on Google, Norwich would probably appear on your search results.

Are we guilty of conditioning our children to accept careers that fit their genders? Rachel Moore says we have to stop

A series of podcasts is aiming to take help to those with mental ill health who are searching online for solutions.

If you buy this house in Haddiscoe, for sale for £500,000, don't forget the milk - it's a very long way to the nearest shop or even neighbour.

Miles of some of the most beautiful treks through Norfolk can now be explored 'virtually', after council bosses joined forces with Google to capture 360 degree images of the trails.

The predicted rise of driverless cars in the future means planning must be done now to make sure Norfolk's roads are suitable for the robot revolution, councillors will be told.

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

Great Yarmouth's pubs were once a hive of activity - but now it seems punters looking for refreshment and chat are more likely to be greeted by boarded-up windows and peeling paint.

Sarah Mintey, founder of Developing Experts, on making her mark.

Norfolk is brimming with history going back hundreds of years, with extraordinary finds still being made preceding the Anglo-Saxon era.

Google Maps has a new "cycle friendly" setting - can you cycle to Ipswich, Felixstowe or Bury St Edmunds safely?

The team currently working on digitising more than a century's worth of Eastern Daily Press newspapers has given a talk providing an insight into their work.

A series of free seminars aiming to empower businesses to take control of customer experiences is set to take place across Norfolk and Suffolk.

It might be an unpopular opinion, but you really do need a website, says Jamie Brown of Archant's Local Impact.

Mothers and friends Emma Taylor and Zoe Lee had no idea their children would be born with Down's syndrome until the moment they came into this world.

DJ and IT engineer David Bradbury met the presenter when she came to East Anglia to record a radio programme for the BBC. He tells our reporter what she was like, and where they travelled together.

East Anglian publisher Archant has broadly welcomed a new report looking at how to safeguard quality journalism in the UK.

It might look like a scene from a South American street but a designer has added an image of his favourite Norwich player to the side of a city warehouse ahead of the East Anglian Derby.

Robot unicorns and stop motion animation will be among the creative technologies children and families can try out at libraries across Norfolk in February.

Police have issued a scam warning after an elderly woman attempted to buy almost £2,000 worth of vouchers at a local supermarket.

The world of forensic science has evolved over centuries to utilise the analysis of blood, DNA, fingerprints, ballistics and toxicology in solving crime.

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It was the gruesome discovery of a severed hand on Martineau Lane which prompted the start of a murder mystery which gripped Victorian Norwich for almost two decades.

People searching for Diss on Google Maps could be forgiven for being confused after being presented with a main image that shows mountains, a wide river and a suspension bridge.

A Norfolk man who lay ill in bed for a year when he was a teenager was inspired by a gift from his twin brother to travel the world.

Mystery surrounds an Italian café and restaurant on a river boat in Norwich.

Andy Newman says get out and enjoy a meal for a reasonable price in January

The Thetford (O)Ranges sign on the A11 is not the only one in Norfolk to be targeted by pranksters.

It is a battle that has raged on for years along the A11 in Norfolk.

There is a chance to virtually step on board the new Great Anglia trains set to come into service next year.

Parking payment changes are coming into force at Diss train station with the launch of cameras that recognise number plates and allow for swifter payment.

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

Water and sewage firm Anglian Water, which operates across the East of England and Hartlepool, has been rated the best place to work in a survey of staff.

"History from the bottom up" - this is how an archive editor at Archant has described the company's project to digitise 150 years of its stories.

Police have issued a warning after an elderly Norfolk man was tricked out of hundreds of pounds by an iTunes voucher scam.

Police have warned householders to be on alert amid reports of people in Norfolk being targeted by phone scammers claiming to be from HM Revenue and Customs and asking them to settle bills in Goggle or iTunes vouchers.

This week is crunch time for Prime Minister Theresa May as this week she attempts to persuade the Houses of Parliament to back her Brexit deal. This is what the people of Norwich think.

A culture of perpetual learning was the defining characteristic of the winner of the Knowledge Pioneer at the Norfolk Business Awards.

The famous saying goes that everyone knows where they were then they heard John F. Kennedy was shot. On the 55th anniversary of the US President's assassination, Nick Richards puts that to the test by asking some of our regular writers what they remember from November 22 1963.

It's off with the HRT... and the duvet and the pyjamas as menopause takes hold

A new campaign backed by Rotary Clubs in Lowestoft is set to add a spot of colour to the town.

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