The Dean of Norwich has spoken of how the church, the community and worship can develop as we come out of lockdown.
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.
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.
Ninth-century Viking Norfolk will be one of the spectacular settings for the latest edition of the hit video game Assassin’s Creed, it can be revealed.
As the nation unites in gratitude for our NHS, and celebrates the courage, skill and dedication of its staff, we dip into Norfolk hospital history
Year 10 students at nine secondary schools across Norfolk and Waveney have started Saturday catch-up classes and will be returning early from their summer holidays, to make up for lessons lost during lockdown.
Skygazers were treated to a unique sight over Norwich as several lights were seen flashing in the night sky.
Radio Norwich and The Beach are set to be rebranded Hits Radio and become part of a national network.
Retail experts have warned the coronavirus has “hit the fast-forward button” on the decline of the high street and thousands of units will be standing empty by the end of the year.
As the next series of her hugely popular, tell-it-how-it-is parenting sitcom takes shape, Helen Linehan talks about living in Norfolk and Motherland
North-easterly gusts brought a band of wintry showers to parts of the region on the day the clocks went forward.
A councillor has been criticised as “petulant, arrogant and disrespectful” and been asked to resign after walking out of a radio interview.
A council leader accused of breaching the code of conduct for allegedly failing to disclose an interest will face no further action from the authority.
Daisy* clearly remembers waiting to see a nurse to make a decision she never thought she would face.
Plans to build 165 new homes and a medical centre in a Norfolk village have been put forward.
Norwich has one of the country’s highest number of office-to-flat conversions under planning laws which say developers don’t need council permission, figures show.
Hundreds of parents have signed a petition calling on an academy trust to reverse its decision to ban packed lunches in four primary schools.
Swathes of low-lying Norfolk could regularly flood within decades, claims a new report.
If you’re dreaming of a white Christmas you might just be disappointed.
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