April 19 2015 Latest news:
The A47 at Postwick has reopened after work to lift eight bridge beams measuring 114 metres into place across the A47 began on Friday.
A Norwich city centre shop was closed today after an elderly customer died after suffering a suspected cardiac arrest.
Labour will address immigration concerns head on today with an attack on the Tory record and a pledge to create a new Government task force to crack down on exploitation.
On the day of Norwich’s biggest game of the season, asking pupils to come to school dressed in blue and white might seem a bit odd.
A fire which gutted the roof of a bungalow and resulted in an elderly man being taken to hospital started as a result of an electrical fault, it has emerged.
A penniless man, banned by police from going back to his digs, has been jailed after going on a fraud spree around East Anglia.
For more than a decade Karl Minns has kept Norfolk entertained as part of the Nimmo Twins, but his new solo show is a very different beast.
One of Norwich’s newest GoGoDragons! met one of the city’s most famous fire-breathing beasts at an event at Norwich Castle.
The region may be enjoying blue skies and blazing sunshine, but preparations for the festive season are well under way at Norwich Theatre Royal – oh yes they are!
A Norwich performance venue is celebrating a major funding boost for its music projects at the centre and around the region.
Youngsters had a roaring good time painting dragons at holiday play scheme workshops that took place over Easter.
A Norfolk artist is in the running for a national prize with her sculpture design which aims to encourage people to engage with the countryside.
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The frustration of Friday night’s loss to Middlesbrough was still clear to see on the faces of Norwich City players John Ruddy and Bradley Johnson this morning.
Competitive action begins for Norfolk in the Unicorns Knockout Trophy at Manor Park tomorrow.
There was one simple sentiment offered in the aftermath of extreme disappointment by captain Russell Martin – Norwich City will bounce back.
Michael Bailey reports from Carrow Road as Alex Tettey’s own goal condemns Norwich City to Championship defeat – and most likely, the Championship play-offs.
With the Premier Division title already wrapped up for Norwich United, attentions turn to the battle for the First Division crown.
Sidmouth went down by seven wickets when they travelled to Bath for a 50-over match.
Upottery were 2-1 winners at Chulmleigh and are now guaranteed a top three finish in the Fresha League Division Three.
It was billed as the biggest game in their history – and St Neots Town collected a result fitting for such an occasion today.