January 30 2015 Latest news:
A judge has blasted the “total lack of respect” from a couple who were handed fines for behaving indecently in a North Walsham church.
Norwich City striker Lewis Grabban was fined and hit with six penalty points after he pleaded guilty to speeding at 53mph in a 30mph limit.
Hospital chiefs are bringing in blue shorts for patients, in a trial that could see a regular alternative to the traditional gowns.
Firefighters were called to help a child in need today, after they became stuck in a tree.
As the fight for one of the key election battlegrounds hots up ahead of May’s general election, coastal politicians are fishing for votes – in every sense of the word.
Rail passengers face the first weekend tomorrow of two months of disruption on the Norwich to London line, with buses replacing trains for large stretches.
A festival involving puppets — something for the kids then? Think again, Manipulate puts an adult spin on an art form traditionally aimed at children, bringing premieres and some of the world’s best visual theatre artists to Norwich. SIMON PARKIN reports.
People are being invited to watch a free show about relationships in the 21st century.
Talking about comedy is seldom that funny, so aiming for an entertaining history of it was a brave move for the Reduced Shakespeare Comedy.
Homage to Manet, running from January 31 to April 19, is the latest blockbuster exhibition from Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery, which brought us the hugely-popular Roman Empire: Power and People and The Wonder of Birds in 2014.
Tens of thousands of music fans are today eagerly awaiting news of how they can get their hands on free tickets for BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Norwich.
The full line-up has not yet been revealed, but a glimpse at last year’s performers gives a hint at the pedigree of name expected at this year’s event.
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Another significant step forward has been taken in the plans to relocate Royal Norwich Golf Club to nearby Weston Park.
Newcomer Jason Lovett is tapping into Darren Webster’s knowledge of the circuit to prepare for life on the big stage.
Domestic bliss is helping Norwich’s Jason Lovett cook up a storm in the darts world.
With the transfer window closing on Monday evening, MICHAEL BAILEY takes a look at the best and worst January signings at Carrow Road
In the latest edition of Mustard TV’s Norwich City fanzine Three Up Front, the panel discusses a painful home defeat to promotion rivals Brentford, and what selection dilemma’s will face Alex Neil this weekend at St Andrew’s.
Billy Roast signs contract after Colchester United release defender
Former Leyton Orient and AFC Wimbledon ace departs Victoria Road