This half term the Norwich Gaming Festival returns to the city so to celebrate we have compiled a list of ten of the best games of all time.
The long May Bank Holiday weekend will see and interesting mix of weather, with humid conditions, heavy rain and a risk of thunderstorms.
The Jobcentre is aiming to tackle the employment gap between men and women in Great Yarmouth, which is the widest in East Anglia.
As staff from two opticians lined up together at the Race for Life it was not hard to see why their running efforts would end up a fundraising success.
A conservation charity is appealing for public donations to help children and families reconnect with nature.
GoGoHares sculptures large and small will be decorating our city and county this summer to mark the 50th anniversary of children’s charity Break.
Grass is growing on our famous beach
Norfolk author Henry Sutton is about to publish the second in his acclaimed ‘Yarmouth Noir’ crime thrillers. Daniel Bardsley caught up with him.
I have spent the past 20 years living in Lithuania and last week returned to the UK to visit my mother who lives in Caister-on-sea.
Three Norfolk athletes will be among a 72-strong squad off to Sydney to take part in the Invictus Games.
A man who was left with “half a skull” after a one-punch attack on a night out has taken part in an exhibition showing the impact a brain injury can have on a whole family.
As Norfolk Day approaches dozens of organisations are planning a variety of events to celebrate. This week we focus on what the Women’s Institute groups are doing.
Scores of events have now been organised to celebrate the first ever Norfolk Day this summer.
Testing has started on the first of Greater Anglia’s new regional trains that are due to transform services across Norfolk and Suffolk.
The region’s energy businesses will gather today with the “perfect opportunity” to make the most of the East’s nuclear, offshore wind and gas projects, an industry leader has said.
A Norfolk photographer is on the hunt for a special model to feature in a charity diary to help raise funds for a vital emergency service.
Nearly 300,000 patients across Norfolk and Waveney cannot make a doctor’s appointment at the weekend or outside normal hours, it has been revealed.
Drivers were subjected to severe delays through the day yesterday with crashes on the A47 and A11 disrupting journeys.
The north Norfolk coast will be one of the coolest parts of the county this week, as northerly winds keep the temperatures down.
How affordable are houses where you live? New data published yesterday shows in Norfolk, you need to pay on average eight times your annual income to buy a roof over your head as price rises soar way above wage increases.
Part of the A47 has reopened after it was closed for nearly three hours after a lorry fell into a ditch.
A former Norwich City trainee goalkeeper who was rejected for being too short has admitted handling more than £2,500 in counterfeit bank notes, a court has heard.
Aspiring car makers got to learn how to get into the industry during a special visit.
Beccles Museum is hosting a special book signing day on Friday, May 25 when local author Sheila Hutchinson will sign her latest book, Reedham and Berney Arms Railway.
Bring out the bunting and crack open the bubbly for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding on Saturday.
It was the day the Sunshine faded from the lives of many folk in the Great Yarmouth and Gorleston area, and far beyond.
A promising basketball player was found with cocaine, heroin and more than £750 in cash when arrested during a police crackdown on county line drug dealing networks in Norwich and Great Yarmouth.
They were 26 women who were killed in Great Yarmouth while they proudly served their country and defended our freedom.
A confrontation between two Ukip members from Norfolk outside a Great Yarmouth shop has led to one of them resigning as chairman of the town’s party branch.
A Norfolk 20-year-old battling cancer has described the moment a train conductor reduced her to tears, destroying the self confidence and strength which had taken her years to build.
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