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With an impressive client list including big household names Adidas and Michael Kors, 22-year-old Sophie Moates is part of a new generation of artists shaping the design industry.

Two young Norfolk racing drivers are targeting success in the Mini Challenge during the coming season, with Dereham's Dan Zelos aiming for the JCW title while James Hillery, from Shipdham, has targeted the Cooper Pro-Class title.

Pupils at a Norwich high school are taking the maintenance of their community into their own hands with a new litter picking project.

Firefighters tackled a blaze in Norwich city centre.

A coroner is to write to health bosses in Norfolk calling for an improvement in the way medical notes are handed over and read by doctors before treating patients in emergency departments.

MARY SCHOFIELD is a partner at Lovewell Blake, specialising in corporation and international tax issues. However, with an ever-increasing tech client base, she has needed to get to grips with the needs and nuances of the sector:

A Norwich fashion student has won a competition to design the official T-shirt for this year's BBC Children in Need campaign.

Highwire artists, backwards walking tours, hip hop dance, the Britten Sinfonia and an armful of music, circus, magic and dance - it can only be the Norfolk and Norwich Festival. What will you see? The programme is out now....

Norwich universities say the government may need to step up financial support for the sector should a hotly-anticipated review recommend a cut to tuition fees.

Mustard, manufacturing, shoes, literature - Alan Partridge, perhaps.

Why buy just one house when you could snap up a whole street?

Norwich has been named as the UK's first sharing city, joining the likes of New York, Barcelona, Athens and Dallas - with an ethos that people and businesses in the city can benefit from helping each other.

Students at Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) have put their creative skills to the test in a gaming challenge.

Siris Hill's paintings are starting conversations about mental health around the world.

A sex attack victim who was subjected to "12 hours of pure living hell" has bravely waived her anonymity to speak out about her horrific ordeal in a bid to help other victims.

Karen Reilly is writer and performer with the art-rock band The Neutrinos and co-founder of the award winning KlangHaus, a promenade live music show that reacts to the architecture of the 'venue', be it a bus depot, animal hospital or The Royal Festival Hall ceiling. Karen also helps run the hugely loved Playhouse Bar in Norwich city centre and lives in a 300 year old converted city centre pub. Karen talks to Gina Long

Is one of your new year's resolutions to sew, knit, crochet, paint, weave, quilt, draw or felt? The Norfolk Makers' Festival at The Forum might be able to help.

The power of artificial intelligence, biotechnology and digital creative will be harnessed by business thanks to a new partnership between seven universities and colleges.

There are just three days to go before this year's university applications deadline - and the UK could be on track for a record student cohort.

A city centre university building is to make way for new lecture theatre, teaching facilities and enough accommodation for 100 students.

People are building "ugly piles of bricks and the sort of house Michael Jackson would want to live in," in rural Norfolk by exploiting a planning loophole, countryside campaigners have warned.

Cancer patients across Norfolk are having to wait longer for scans or travel hundreds of miles elsewhere due to a shortage of radioactive liquid.

A new patients' panel is being set up by the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) to help improve services and the position of chair is open for applications.

Heaven and Hell: With Will Teather

Thursday, November 22, 2018

Gina Long finds out about Will Teather's East Anglian heaven and hell.

The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital charity will be represented at St Peter Mancroft Church in Norwich this Christmas as part of a glittering Christmas tree festival.

The Archbishop of Canterbury has visited Norwich spending time chatting to market traders, fashion students and even donning an apron to serve lunch at a city centre cafe.

A Norwich student has hit out at Argos after a delivery driver left a package in the outdoor bin.

A student accommodation block and disused car park could be demolished in Norwich city centre.

Film studios which helped bring blockbusters from the Avengers and Star Wars series to life have shared their expertise and career tips with East Anglian students.

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

A supermarket has raised nearly £500 for a charity that allows hospital patients to meet some furry friends.

Two Norwich art students produced an advertising campaign for charity Samaritans after one of the pair had her own battle with mental health.

A mother whose youngest son spent four weeks in neonatal intensive care (NICU) is calling for all families who have been through a similar experience to come together for a giant photo.

The ninth doctor has been announced as the opening guest at the Norwich Film Festival 2018.

The University of East Anglia's has come 15th in The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019.

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