Two long away trips to the north-west which produced three points and put the Canaries back on top of the Championship, two points in front of Leeds... all in all not a bad four days’ work away from Norfolk for the lads.
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.
From the odd layout of Norwich to his sympathy for one of Norfolk’s most famous rebels, fans of the best-selling author CJ Sansom have enjoyed a rare opportunity to hear the author talk about his latest novel.
Two members of a gang who were behind more than 200 break-ins across the region, including 96 in Norfolk, had only just been released from prison after being jailed for a series of ram raids across the county, it can be revealed.
It’s been a busy week in the business world, so we’ve rounded up some of our biggest and most interesting stories that may have gone under the radar - and you can test your knowledge of both national and East Anglian stories in this week’s Biz Quiz.
Norwich City has some of the most loyal football fans in the land, but there is one who is a much-loved living legend and is celebrating 70 years cheering on the Canaries. Derek James pays tribute to Roy Blower.
Best known as a comedian Jim Moir – aka Vic Reeves – is also an artist and he will show his surreal, amusing, bizarre works, and often with a sinister edge, alongside those of his friend, Norwich artist Colin Self.
It is a problem you would expect in the crowded streets of London but a Norfolk market town has become embroiled in a battle against dangerously high pollution levels. If it is not solved residents, particularly children and the elderly, could face serious health risks. STEVE SHAW reports...
James How and Tim Dowden of Langley School Kayaking Academy became National Schools Kayak Sprint and Marathon champions for the second year in a row as six Norwich Canoe Club schools crews dominated at the U19 National Schools Championships in Wokingham.
Officer Cadet Harrison Jefferies, a 23-year-old from Norwich, has joined the ranks of the British Army’s next generation of leaders, after passing out in a prestigious graduation ceremony at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.
League Two side Cambridge United provided Norwich City with a thorough test in a 120-minute friendly split into two matches, but there were injury worries over Timm Klose and Alex Pritchard for the Canaries.
According to a new study by uSwitch, Norfolk is the seventh best place to raise a family in the UK, with Hertfordshire being ranked the overall best. Here’s a look at some of the reasons why Norfolk may have landed among the top ten.
A man was stopped by police and reported to the Civil Aviation Authority for flying a drone in the vicinity of HMP Norwich prison during an operation targeting visitors bringing illicit items into the prison.
With house prices rocketing each year, buying a home is a challenge at best and a distant dream at worst, especially for those wanting to live in larger towns and cities. Here’s a look at some of the more affordable houses currently on the market on Homes24.co.uk in Norfolk.
Norwich Philharmonic Society celebrated its 175th season in truly spectacular style on Saturday with a performance of Mahler’s 8th symphony, the Symphony of a Thousand, so called because of its colossal forces; multiple choirs, eight solo singers and a huge orchestra. Maybe not a thousand performers, but a capacity audience of almost twice that amount in the vast arena of the Norwich Showground: surely a mark of how much the city values its vibrant musical culture and its heritage.
John Hare and Robin Watson give top-notch performances as a barn-storming veteran Shakespearean actor and his dresser who has the tricky job of getting him ready to go on stage for his umpteenth appearance of King Lear in a provincial theatre during an air-raid.
Lorraine White, who was born in 1955, said: “A good deal of my work is manual and I am now starting to struggle and feel it will be impossible to carry on another six years. I’m not sure what the alternative will be.
From the colourful clan of GoGoDragons! to the Big Weekend of music at Earlham Park - Norwich enjoyed an eclectic mix of cultural delights in 2015. Arts correspondent Emma Knights looks at some of the highlights.
Norfolk celebrity Myleene Klass returned to her home county to launch her latest range of children’s clothes at a new shop – and became a tour guide for the day to show off the delights of Norwich to her friends from London.
Another batch of town and village signs from the 1960s and 70s is unveiled today, featuring newly carved signs and those that had been freshly restored. Many of the signs shown here are from West Norfolk and were paid for by community fundraising, in which local Women’s Institutes played a key role.
Poet and performer Luke Wright returns with his latest hilarious show as part of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival, plus Noël Coward, folk award winners, concert and exhibition, SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this weekend.
A new lifesaving helicopter which would have room for the parent of an injured child will come to Norwich, the Chancellor will announce today when he is expected to hand £1.7m of banking fines to the East Anglian Air Ambulance.