St George’s Day is marked on April 23 with beer festivals, Morris dancing, village fetes and fish-and-chip suppers.
Fund-raisers from the Lowestoft-based Lauren Lou appeal, which continues to raise money and awareness in aid of cancer charities, have been boosted once more.
An audio and visual equipment distributor will support a children’s bereavement charity for the next two years.
The family of a father who died in a tragic road crash have paid a heartfelt tribute to a “unique soul who lived life to the full”.
One moment, she was celebrating the happiest moment of her life when she welcomed her newborn son into the world. The next, she was dealing with the most heartbreaking tragedy which rocked her family.
He bore witness to the dying days of the Japanese Empire in the final year of the Second World War.
A man was arrested by on-beat police after he was found carrying a knife with a blade more than three inches long.
A man scared off a pair of burglars after he saw them in his house.
Police are urging people to be vigilant after a spate of burglaries in the Roydon area over the last two weeks.
Police officers investigating the disappearance of a 52-year-old man last seen in Norfolk are today continuing enquiries.
Police have appealed for help after two homes in a south Norfolk village were burgled after doors were left unlocked.
People affected by cancer in Norfolk will have access to information and support, wherever they are based, due to a collaboration between three organisations.
Patient experience and what is done to improve services will be the focus of the latest ‘takeover’ week by the region’s ambulance service.
A service of thanksgiving will be held at Norwich Cathedral to celebrate the contribution of nurses and healthcare staff.
A Norfolk woman left in a wheelchair after what she was told was a routine operation has spoken out about her ordeal on national television.
Patients from across Norfolk and Waveney are being urged to help the NHS to help them by using healthcare services wisely over the Easter weekend.
Nine out of 10 parents in Norfolk and Suffolk will be sending their child to their first-choice primary school in September.
With over 180 years of history behind it Francis Cupiss Ltd harks back to a bygone era, but the letterpress business is keeping up with modern trends and continues to flourish.
A group of students held a property auction to ‘sell off’ a section of their school as part of a programme of activity to develop their teamwork and leadership skills.
Watchdogs have welcomed ‘decisive action’ to speed up improvement at the department which looks after Norfolk’s most vulnerable children.
More than 75pc of readers have agreed with government proposals to axe national curriculum tests taken by seven-year-olds in England.
Innovative and ambitious firms in the East of England have been given the royal seal of approval to secure national business awards.
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An independent, family-run business has been forced to close one of its stores, saying it has been priced out of the market by national retailers.
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A £2m investment to improve a popular leisure centre has been announced.
A model is looking good in this year’s Miss Europe beauty pageant as she heads to the contest’s finals.
”Now get on with it”. That is the message to Highways England about long-awaited improvement work on the A47.
While Britain waits for the overdue royal stork to arrive to deliver the latest Royal baby, a Norfolk wildlife centre is hoping for its very own special delivery.
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