March 9 2014 Latest news:
Former Norwich City legends, including world cup winner Martin Peters, were out in force at Carrow Road today to show their support for ‘Duncan’s Day’ to raise funds for the family of Canaries hero Duncan Forbes.
Based in Norwich’s Cathedral Close it is a legal firm with a history and tradition dating back to the 19th century,
A man who went missing from his Blofield home has been found.
Norwich High School is launching a new scholarship award to mark the start of its 140th anniversary celebrations.
Water supplies have been restored to nearly 9,000 homes in Wymondham affected by a 10-inch water main burst.
People are being urged to have their say on plans which could more than double the size of a village outside Norwich.
Art work by founding members and leading lights of the Norwich 20 Group is set to go on display this Saturday as part of a one-day exhibition in the city.
Festival fun will soon be descending upon the city and county as the Norfolk and Norwich Festival reveals its 2014 line-up of weird and wonderful acts.
Festival time will soon be descending upon the city and county once more, and today the Norfolk and Norwich Festival has revealed its full 2014 line-up for the annual arts extravaganza.
With brushes and an easel at the ready, the search is on to find twelve artists to celebrate our fine city in paint.
Some of the highlights of contemporary art in the county are on display in a new exhibition in Norwich.
Reporter Alex Flood looks at the biggest new music releases coming up in March 2014.
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Michael Bailey reports from Carrow Road as Norwich City slip up and have to settle for a draw against the stubborn Potters.
Chris Hughton admitted Norwich City blew two precious Premier League points after being pegged back by ten-man Stoke City in a 1-1 Carrow Road draw.
Norwich City were forced to settle for a Premier League point in a frustrating 1-1 draw against ten-man Stoke City at Carrow Road.
Jonny Howson is acutely aware Norwich City’s squad have a duty of care to do everything they can to keep the Canaries in the Premier League.
Chris Hughton saw nothing in Norwich’s implosion at Aston Villa to alter his conviction the Canaries will survive in the Premier League.
Archery, climbing, abseiling, high ropes and a First World War centenary presentation will be on the agenda for Eaton Vale Activity Centre’s open day this weekend.
After the disappointment of missing out on the F3 Cup title for the past two seasons, Tristan Cliffe is hoping it’s third time lucky as the Mulbarton racer confirms his continued quest for the crown in 2014.
I was fascinated by the results of a recent Angler’s Mail online poll.