October 20 2014 Latest news:
A toddler had a lucky escape after an e-cigarette exploded “like a firework” inches from where he was playing.
As Halloween draws near, thoughts may turn to Norwich’s ghosts and ghouls.
A pair of antique experts from TV’s Antiques Road Trip cast a professional eye over the curiosities on show at Norwich Fleamarket.
Friends of a man who spent a lifetime on the railways have called for a train to be named after him in tribute.
Police are stepping up patrols at a park on the outskirts of the city to target drug dealers who have been making life a misery for people living in the area.
Clubs and organisations in Norwich are being urged get sticking in support of the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal.
Writer and publisher Peter Tolhurst has spent ten years putting togethera new series of books featuring every single Norfolk village. TREVOR HEATON talks to the creator of a work destined to become a local classic.
A interactive dance performance exploring our relationship between people and their city is set to take to the stage tomorrow.
A director of music, a city theatre and an art fair are among the people’s choice when it comes to Norfolk’s great champions of the arts.
At one of the region’s favourite family attractions, October is set to become Shocktober as Dinosaur Adventure is transformed into the east of England’s biggest live scare attraction, PrimEVIL. STACIA BRIGGS joined the cast to discover how to be scary.
Today we can reveal the shortlists for this year’s EDP/ Jarrold East Anglian Book Awards, the annual celebration of the best new writing from our region.
Two Irish plays about love’s triumph over war are set to go on a tour of Norfolk and Suffolk.
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The only curse Norwich City need to lift is the unfulfilled potential stunting their Championship growth.
Neil Adams knows Norwich City’s recent Championship output is unacceptable after a 1-0 defeat at Fulham made it one league win in the past five games.
Fulham’s caretaker boss Kit Symons admitted Norwich City’s Championship scalp may tip the balance in his bid to claim the job on a permanent basis.
Neil Adams will take an injury roll call before deciding to shake things up for Leeds’ Tuesday night visit.
It’s arguably still the Norwich City way – just the frustrating side of it: the possession and domination of the ball, easy on the eye, but apparently easy for the opposition to find out.
QPR youth coach Steve Gallen has claimed that Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham all turned down the chance to sign Liverpool’s Raheem Sterling.
Check out our Monday round-up of the latest London transfer news and gossip from around the web.
Charlie Adams joined Boro on a one-month deal on Friday