September 4 2015 Latest news:
A training centre that helps vulnerable teenagers has been “overwhelmed” with messages of support since its funding was cut.
A Norwich model has gone on to represent Norfolk in a national competition just days after leaving hospital with a cancer scare.
The daughter of a pensioner who survived a heart attack and stroke has had her fundraising campaign boosted by donations from the author of a world-famous book.
Society must undergo a “huge shift” in changing its attitude towards weight, diet, exercise, and lifestyle in order to tackle the growing cost of diabetes, councillors have been told.
Labour party leadership contender Jeremy Corbyn is set to appear at commemorations to mark the longest running strike in British history.
A Norwich university is opening its doors to the public over the next few days to showcase the diverse range of works produced by its many students.
Budding singers with dreams of performing to sell-out crowds have been auditioning for their big break, as Britain’s Got Talent scouts visited the city.
A special celebration of the art of print-making will take place in the city this month.
From Black Beauty author Anna Sewell to First World War heroine Edith Cavell, an array of famous women linked to our city and county are celebrated on one of Norwich’s GoGoDragons! Eighty-four decorated dragons are currently dotted around the city as part of a charity art trail brought to Norwich by children’s charity Break and Wild in Art.
A band have returned home after fulfilling a lifelong dream of performing at one of the country’s biggest festivals.
Dragon fans are being encouraged to go out and enjoy the last full weekend of the GoGoDragons! trail in Norwich.
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Norwich City wideman Nathan Redmond played for 61 minutes as England Under-21s beat USA Under-23s 1-0 in a friendly at Deepdale last night.
Jacob Murphy has been tipped to become a major player for Coventry City.
Russell Martin has revealed the part he and Steven Whittaker played as City attempted to pull off a transfer deadline day coup.
A Norfolk cricket ground faces closure as it emerged its survival would cost a town council more than £1,000 per match.
Bradley Johnson has thanked Norwich City fans for their support – and promised never to forget them.
Young defender Matthew Clarke is progressing nicely at League Two side Portsmouth, not that Blues boss Mick McCarthy would have expected anything less.
Mick McCarthy and Ryan Fraser have both missed out on the Sky Bet Championship Manager and Player of the Month awards respectively.
All of Chelsea’s summer signings have been named in the club’s squad for the Premier League season.