October 1 2014 Latest news:
The next of kin of a 78-year-old woman who died at the weekend are being urged to make contact with the coroner’s office in Norwich.
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He’s the former Costessey High School student who is making waves in Hollywood. And with three films released this autumn, Sam Claflin is having the time of his life, as he explains to KEELEY BOLGER.
The first day of the paperless car tax system has descended into chaos with the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) website buckling under “unprecedented demand” for the electronic version of the disc.
Has the government done enough to support Lotus and has the Norfolk car manufacturer done enough with the millions of pounds it received from the regional growth fund to save jobs here in the county?
A senior Norfolk doctor dismissed David Cameron’s pledge of extended-hours access to a GP seven days a week for every NHS patient in England as a political gimmick, warning of a recruitment crisis of “monumental proportions”.
Four bands will kick off this year’s Norwich Oxjam festival at a special launch gig at Open.
From the Loch Ness Monster to Dennis the Menace to Norwich City Football Club - people of all ages have been inspired by all sorts of ideas for their entries into our design-a-dragon competition.
Comedies in the past, present and future. historical drama to Noel Coward, George Bernard Shaw and Shakespeare for younger audiences. This week sees a diverse selection on our stages. SIMON PARKIN highlights what see from the stalls.
A Norfolk-and-bred real-life Billy Elliot is set to take to London’s West End once again this weekend. ADELE NORRIS reports.
Summer might be slipping away, but autumn won’t disappoint culture vultures. From theatre to dance, music to comedy, there’s a plethora of cultural delights in the coming weeks. SIMON PARKIN offers a guide to some of this autumn’s hottest ticket.
With one of his eyes peeking out from beneath his blanket, the third GoGoDragon! is getting ready to be unveiled at an event in Norwich today.
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Carrow Road frustration is something Norwich City are going to have to get used to – and beat – this season, according to Steven Whittaker.
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Former Norwich City striker Leon McKenzie – famously a title winner with the Canaries in 2004 – is hoping to add another honour to his list.
Dereham Town made it back to back league away wins by coming from behind to record a 2-1 victory away at Ware.
Luke Cuthbert’s 66th-minute header earned league leaders Harlow Town all three points against a spirited Wroxham.
Hooks ABC boxer Xavier Lake says he is in the best shape of his life ahead of his Under-75kgs semi-final clash with Ashley Dumetz (Fitzroy Lodge) at the London round of the development championships in Lewisham on Saturday afternoon.
Potters Bar Town suffered their second consecutive 1-0 Southern League defeat on Saturday as they went down at home to Aylesbury United.
Wealdstone manager Gordon Bartlett was first aware of Enoch Showunmi 15 years ago when he had the striker scouted at Willesden Constantine – and, after may years of perseverance, he has finally got his man.