An inaugural awards show has celebrated the variety and success of businesses in the south of Norfolk.
Hundreds of people from Norfolk have signed an online petition to ban all ISIS members from returning to the UK.
Families have made a desperate plea to stop motorists driving the wrong way down town centre roads after a layout change.
From royalty to national treasures and well known local personalities, the inaugural Norfolk Day received the backing of dozens of famous faces.
Norfolk is set to experience unseasonably warm weather this weekend - after the warmest Valentine’s Day in more than two decades.
Investing in uncertain times can pay longer-term dividends, says financial columnist Peter Sharkey.
Norfolk Day is back and people can’t wait.
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Diss maintained their policy of playing young players across all the key positions in Saturday’s home clash with Amersham & Chiltern in London One North.
A Robbie Priddle hat-trick and goals from Valter Rocha and Elliot Smith secured Thetford Town a 5-0 win at Wymondham Town and a place in the semi-finals of the Norfolk Senior Cup.
Despite the emphatic scoreline Thurston were competitive to the end and the score was an indication of how well Wymondham played.
A father and son duo who once busked on the city streets are returning to Norwich to as part of their UK tour.
A Norfolk author has released a book partly inspired by his daily bus commute from Wymondham to Norwich.
From party bingo to a charity big band night, there is plenty to keep you busy over the next seven days in Norfolk.
The Buggles said that Video Killed the Radio Star back in 1980 but now, in 2019, they might need to update their lyrics to reflect the entertainment world’s latest giant - the podcast.
Stuart Anderson headed out of the city to find a host of Chinese delights at Attleborough’s Royal Garden
Britain’s Got Talent finalists DNA, a mind reading duo, brought their We Know What You’re Thinking show last night to Epic Studios in Norwich.
This stupendously silly spy thriller is a delight from start to finish.
Fifty years after her first exhibition, Ros Newman is sharing her life’s work in a new show.
Rita Simons talks about her time on I’m a Celebrity, what she shares with her uncle Lord Sugar’s daughter and why she’s looking forward to coming back to Norwich to appear in Peter James’ The House on Cold Hill in March.
It’s a Viking take-over! A beach boat burning, battles and beard braiding are just some of the Viking activities rampaging through Norfolk
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