Your Town | Norwich

Population: 140,100

Nearby Towns: Aylsham, Dereham, Wymondham

A Norwich City fan group has raised thousands of pounds for local charities through selling Canaries-themed masks – much to the surprise and delight of its founders.

Work to restore the upper parts of Norwich Cathedral’s famous spire begins today, four decades after the last repair project.

A teenager will appear in court later this month, after being charged with causing criminal damage to a statue of Admiral Lord Nelson.

Business owners have voiced concerns over the impact of seven months of roadworks which are due to begin in Norwich next week.

Students at Norfolk’s biggest university have been told they will not allowed overnight visitors from anyone outside their household when they return to halls from next month.

The owners of a popular city bowling alley have spoken of their “devastation” after they were told they would not be able to reopen this month as planned.

A group of pensioners took to the streets of Norwich to protest against the scrapping of the universal free TV licence for over-75s.

Norwich has rocketed up the list of the happiest places to live in the UK – but still compares poorly against other parts of Norfolk for residents’ wellbeing.

Two crashes which happened within ten minutes of one another are causing delays on two of Norfolk’s busiest roads this morning.

The leaders of an Islamic community in Norwich are waiting to find out if their insurance claim will go through in order to discover the true impact of an arson attack on their new mosque.

After former MP Sir Norman Lamb encouraged people to take on a physical challenge to help support his mental health campaign, one Norwich man decided do just that – while also trying something completely new.

A special fund raising day to help the homeless is being held in one of a city’s hidden secrets.

Drivers are experiencing heavy delays on the A47 this evening as a damaged car is blocking one of the lanes.

A disabled man has been left housebound after a disability ramp was stolen from outside his Norwich home.

Dozens of families gathered in a Norwich field at the weekend to attend a church service with a difference.

Police and ambulance crews were scrambled to the city centre to deal with a medical incident.

Norwich’s biggest taxi firm is fighting back from losing up to 80,000 fares per month during the height of coronavirus.

The news that some fans may be able to return to Carrow Road for live football within three months has largely been greeted with positivity – but also with warning that the right safety procedures have to be in place.

Rat and mouse infestations have soared during lockdown, new figures show.

Rivers of wildflowers criss-crossing the countryside could help declining bees, butterflies and other wildlife move across the landscape, conservationists say.

Emergency roadworks are causing delays for drivers in Norwich.

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