April 28 2015 Latest news:
Two of the eggs laid by the female peregrine perched on the spire of Norwich Cathedral has started to hatch.
Police investigating the death of a man in woodland off the Marriott’s Way have passed the file to the Norfolk coroner.
A locum doctor has appeared in court accused of sexually touching a patient at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.
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Police are searching for a man who they believe is behind a crime spree against shops and bookies in Norwich.
A man needed treatment for a cut to his head after he was hit on the head with an unknown object.
Youngsters attempted to break a Guinness World Record attempt to create the longest chain of skiers – but found it to be snow easy task.
People hoping to bag one of the 7,000 free tickets for a week-long programme of workshops in Norwich with bands including the Maccabees are queueing outside Open in Norwich today.
Anger has erupted after it emerged that tickets to see the likes of the Foo Fighters, Taylor Swift, Muse and Sam Smith at BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Norwich were being offered online for hundreds of pounds.
Norfolk Scouts have been having fun welcoming a new member into their community - their GoGoDragon! called Bajestic.
A host of home-grown Norfolk talent will be taking to the stage at Radio 1’s Big Weekend next month, joining an all-star line-up.
Canadian comedian Stewart Francis is back with a new tour called Pun Gent – but not all his jokes are that kindly.
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Norwich City’s quest for automatic Championship promotion finally ended on Monday night when Bournemouth hammered 10-man Bolton 3-0 on the south coast to consign the Canaries to the play-offs.
Norwich City defender Michael Turner insists Fulham can turn on the style in a final day Championship trip to his parent club after signing off a Cottagers’ loan spell in style.
Norwich City were buffeted by the whole gamut of emotions at the New York Stadium on a Championship ride now threatening to hurtle out of control.
Wroxham’s hopes of ending their Ryman North campaign on a high were dashed as Bradley Nobbs’ injury-time equaliser earned rock-bottom Burnham Ramblers a share of the spoils.
Dereham’s promising league campaign ended on a losing note on Saturday.
Royston Town emphatically completed their objectives for the normal season, securing second place, and more importantly, home advantage for the play-offs, with a committed and professional 3-1 victory over Rugby Town, who themselves had harboured remote 5th position hopes.
Royston Town boss Steve Castle has sent a rallying cry out to the club’s supporters prior to tomorrow’s (April 28) home Southern League Division One Central play-off semi-final against Barton Rovers at Garden Walk.