Historic churches across Norfolk and Suffolk are celebrating after receiving a funding boost for vital repairs and conservation.
Suffolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner is encouraging people to take part in an online discussion next week to talk about crime in the area.
New record rates of coronavirus have been set in two areas of the county, while Norwich numbers are falling, figures have revealed.
Changes over time in a historic high street are set to be showcased as part of an “evocative” video poem.
A teenage cyclist was taken to hospital after being injured in a collision with a car.
A 69-year-old man who went missing from his home at the weekend has been found.
After almost eight months of closure, a popular theatre will reopen its auditorium next week.
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Lowestoft Town FC manager Jamie Godbold has called on his players to approach the next match “with confidence” as they look to continue their unbeaten run at home in the league.
The Black Dogs were beaten 3-0 by one of the favourites for promotion at Aylsham on Saturday – but they will rue several good chances they created in the second half which they were unable to take.
A keen rider who faced “terrible” pain after her damaged hip gave way is back in the saddle again – thanks to specialist surgery.
Lowestoft Town FC manager Jamie Godbold has issued a rallying call to supporters to turn out and back The Blues during a crucial week.
A goal deep into added time brought the Black Dogs a richly deserved first victory of the season at Watton on Saturday.
A venue in Beccles is gearing up to welcome audiences for its first full family theatre show since March.
A horror movie filmed in a Suffolk town and starring Love Island star Dani Dyer is being shown as part of a film festival.
When you hear fast food, McDonald’s is definitely one of the first names that comes to mind. But how good is it in Norfolk according to Tripadvisor reviews?
Live theatre will return to The Cut in Halesworth next month.
From a Christmas market to a new tree shop for 2020, visitors will be in for a cracker of a day out at the Holkham Estate over the festive season.
Step into Christmas on board Britain’s poshest train, which is returning to Norwich for the festive season and includes a seven-course slap-up meal.
Online arts programme from charity The Assembly House Trust continues with a look at and discussion about public art work which has been destroyed in some way
The countdown to Christmas has begun and you can make an early start on your shopping as the Norfolk Festive Gift Show is returning for 2020.
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