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It was split-second moment which changed a Norfolk grandmother’s life forever.

Cheers, flashing lights and the smell of candyfloss and onions fills the air can only mean one thing - the Mart is back in town.

The late Beatles were great - but don’t overlook their early work! Here’s a tribute to the early singles and albums.

Many celebrities have favoured The Aldeburgh Bookshop. The ‘trend’ was started by Benjamin Britten. Records show the last thing he bought was probably a diary. Sadly, he probably never used it: the composer died weeks before New Year.

A 90-year-old family-run butcher’s shop has been given the green light to be coverted into a home.

Christmas music fills the auditorium as the audience files in to the Princess Theatre for this year’s panto.

Tall, upright, immaculate, with a Homburg hat, a smart overcoat, a trimmed moustache and polished walking stick...he was a man whose dream came true 120 years ago when he opened his own business in Norwich.

A mum and dad from Norwich’s Mile Cross reveal how service cuts have left them struggling to cope with their autistic boys.

Scoring four goals for a remarkable third consecutive game has kept Norwich City flying high at the top of the Championship table, thanks to a superb display at Swansea sealing a sixth win on the spin.

A Norfolk-born seamstress who helped injured First World War soldiers was among the nominations for London blue plaques turned down by English Heritage after the past 12 months.

Prince Charles is celebrating his 70th birthday... but what to give him? Lynne Mortimer thinks East Anglia has the answer.

Local keeper Kieran Lambourne is helping England set a World Cup alight again.

It has had something of a colourful past, but when a former market town hotel appeared at auction it proved there was still life left in it yet when it sold for £400,000.

Built in the time of the Stuart period, this 17th century L-shaped house has graced the edge of a Norfolk town centre since the reign of Queen Anne.

Para show jumper Susi Rogers-Hartley has told a court how she was threatened and assaulted in a row outside her home.

Take a first look at Norwich’s Roger Nsengiyumva’s starring role in new BBC One primetime drama Informer which starts on Tuesday.

This new adaption of Still Alice, the award-winning novel and film, has arrived at Norwich Theatre Royal to tell the story of Alice Howland, a 50-year-old Harvard professor with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease.

The name Lynne − will it ever be fashionable again asks Lynne Mortimer? But wait, maybe there is hope for those 50s baby names after all.

A Norfolk victim of the contaminated blood scandal will give evidence tomorrow into the inquiry into the treatment of thousands of people in the 1970s and 1980s.

A north Norfolk woman is relaunching a dieting support group for residents in a coastal village.

A compelling mix of mystery and memoir features in the latest production by north Norfolk-based fEAST Theatre.

The Heritage Open Days Festival in Lowestoft “far exceeded all our expectations” according to organisers following two weekends of events, tours, and activities celebrating the town’s heritage.

Two free storytelling sessions will take place in West Norfolk during Heritage Open Day.

Don’t you love the high end of any sport? Those tiny wrinkles and sophistications that can change a game or, in angling terms, a session.

Great Yarmouth racecourse expects its biggest crowd of the season on Sunday when it stages its annual family fun day, starting at 2.20pm.

A King’s Lynn woman will part in the world’s biggest half marathon to help beat heartbreak forever.

Jessica Frank-Keyes will never know whether a donated liver would have saved her father’s life, which was cruelly cut short nearly 10 years ago.

As show gardeners sweated over the finishing touches to their creations, none could remember a hotter, drier run-up to the big day.

Members of the public rushed to the aid of a 73-year-old canoeist who got into difficulties on the River Wensum.

A group of young people at Latitude, working with the Eastern Daily Press/Creative Nation in the Inbetweeners project area went out and about at the festival to find out what people made of the Suffolk event.

The family of one of Great Yarmouth’s most loyal holiday makers are planning a memorial plaque by the seaside to mark her 50-year connection with the resort.

Blue skies and bright sunshine meant beautiful dresses, striking hats and sunglasses were a clear fashion theme for the girls on the first first day of this year’s Royal Norfolk Show.

The finale of Peter Kay’s Car Share finally gave viewers an answer to John and Kayleigh’s will-they-won’t-they romance. But did it hit the mark? CONTAINS SPOILERS (and I’m not talking about the ones on the Fiat 500).

For prospective organ donor Mia McKean her only wish was for her sister to have an illness-free future thanks to the kidney she is willing to give.

A rotary club has donated hundreds of pounds to help a homelessness charity get people back on their feet in supported accommodation.

If you have a spare £2.5m one of Lowestoft’s most recognisable landmarks could be yours.

More than 25 years after they last shared the big screen Helen Mirren and Donald Sutherland reunite for this bittersweet comical final road trip of a couple that turns into a journey of self-discovery.

The people of Beccles have expressed their desire to honour a much-loved artist from the town by naming a major new A-road after him.

Some TV highlights for Easter weekend and next week - from Ant and Dec without Ant to Agatha Christie, Dave Allen’s f-bomb to Cunk on Britain, Patrick Kielty talking about his father’s death at the hands of the UFF to real-life crime and shows with days in their title.

It may have been a long way from the Gold Cup at Cheltenham, but celebrations were equally as enthusiastic when 8/1 chance Potters Midnight grabbed the Silver Cup at Fakenham on Friday.

A project to conserve the first Great Yarmouth parish register is continuing.

The hunt is on for our region’s secret, forgotten or unknown memorials.

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