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Yesterday, 16:23

Inquests into the deaths of two men have been adjourned for further reviews following hearings in Norwich.

A pottery studio is causing a stir online with a new service which lets parents decorate handmade plates with imprints of their baby's bottom.

Norfolk Trading Standards is warning the public to be aware of a fraudster making calls pretending to be from Amazon.

Women campaigning against a rise in their state pension ages have asked the council to issue their bus passes early, citing areas where cheaper travel is not tied to pension eligibility.

A town which has been the focus of a traffic overhaul is set to gain a new car park to encourage people to travel by train.

The Orionid meteor shower is due to reach its peak tonight (Monday, October 21). Here's what you need to know about watching the spectacle.

A group of neighbours is rallying behind a woman whose home was devastated by a fire.

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Wymondham and Attleborough Sport

Mon, 11:51

Wymondham AC teams were triumphant at the inaugural Norfolk Gazelles Championship Relay, taking home first-place trophies in all bar one of the six prize categories.

Wymondham and Attleborough Events

Bonfire Night is almost upon us and while some families will be hosting their own bonfire parties many of us will be heading out see some spectactular fireworks displays. Here are some of the best places to enjoy Guy Fawkes fun and see the skies light up across South Norfolk and just over the Norfolk Suffolk border.

Behold, the witching hour is almost upon us and there is plenty of terrifying adventure to scare you out of your wits across South Norfolk this Halloween. Here are some of the fun-packed highlights to send shivers down your spine…

Make sure Bonfire Night goes off with a bang at these brilliant firework displays taking place across Norfolk.

Ghostland, by Edward Parnell, explores the haunts of ghouls in literature and film, the natural and unnatural world, and the horror of his own family history.

From The Big Flash Climbing Festival in Norwich to Schnauzerfest, you'd be barking mad to miss these brilliant events this weekend.

Norfolk Entertainment

"You're like a warm hug from a bear" announced South Londoner Jacob Allen, who goes by Puma Blue, to the crowd at Wild Paths Festival.

Still looking as angelic and fresh faced as they did when they were first propelled into the mainstream back in 2012, Swim Deep are one of few survivors from the Birmingham indie scene which saw the likes of fellow brummie darlings Peace, Superfood, JAWS all break through together.

Norwich Music

Frank Cliff reviews Pakefield Singers performance at St Margaret's Church in Lowestoft.

A contemporary take on Shakespeare's timeless tragedy Macbeth is to feature on stage at the Auden Theatre.

The author behind a story which became a global blockbuster on the silver screen is set to appear at a market town's first ever literary festival.

Norfolk Sport

Wymondham AC teams were triumphant at the inaugural Norfolk Gazelles Championship Relay, taking home first-place trophies in all bar one of the six prize categories.

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