● Man in court over Rikki Neave murder A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of six-year-old Rikki Neave who was found strangled in woodland 25 years ago, when the defendant was a boy of 13.
● 11 quirky ways for women to get fit in Norfolk - from Ultimate Frisbee to surfing Sport England’s #ThisGirlCan campaign aims to break down the barriers which might discourage women and girls from exercising and enjoying those...
● Suffolk pig operation tries to end soy feed use as it celebrates 40 years in business A leading pig farm business is looking to the future with efforts to reduce soy use in its animal feed and enhance its green credentials as...
● Kerr nets two-year deal with Stars and takes over as the new skipper Lewis Kerr has landed his dream job – as King’s Lynn captain!
● Norwich university lecturers on strike over pay and pensions Lecturers at the University of East Anglia are on strike over an ongoing pay and pensions dispute.
● Sigala review: the crowd showed him their love as the venue was transformed into a throbbing mass of bodies dancing the night away Sigala came home and lit up The LCR, UEA in Norwich last night.
● Children turn into mini bakers at community hub event at former hospital Youngsters were given the chance to be mini bakers and bread makers as a disused hospital hosted its first event on the road to becoming a community hub.
● Part of A47 set for three weeks of overnight closures A busy stretch of the A47 will be closed overnight for three weeks while safety measures are being installed.
● New bistro selling charcuterie plates could open in Norwich A new Norwich bistro selling charcuterie plates looks set to open - and has lodged a bid to serve wine with its food.
● Taxi company survives after sale A taxi company that collapsed into administration will survive after agreeing a sale with a new firm.
● NHS staff report morale boost but there are still concerns over staffing levels Concerns over bullying across the region’s NHS staff have again been highlighted - just a month after the deaths of three ambulance staff prompted ...
● Pioneering test given £270k to help improve diagnosis of prostate cancer Norwich scientists have been given £270,000 towards a pioneering test which could be used in the fight against a cancer that kills one man every 45...
● Coastguard and lifeboat crews search for missing man Coastguard crews, lifeboat volunteers and an emergency helicopter were involved in the search of a missing man along the coast.
● Laura Ashley battles for survival as losses soar to £4m Fashion retailer Laura Ashley’s losses ballooned in a tough year as the firm continues to stay afloat after securing a £20m loan.
● Wroxham 1 Dereham Town 5: Magpies march into Norfolk Senior Cup final Norfolk Senior Cup holders Dereham cruised into the final as they tore Wroxham apart in the first half.
● City transfer lowdown - Roberts, Amadou, Sinani, McCallum and Sitti Stuart Webber made the candid admission he let Daniel Farke down in the trading window prior to Norwich City’s Premier League return. Paddy Davitt sat down at ...
● New boxing gym with women-only classes huge hit with customers A new-concept boxing gym in Norwich has seen its classes sell out after being a hit with female customers.
● Inquest into the death of woman killed in city centre bus collision to be held today An inquest will resume today into the death of a 79-year-old woman who died after she was hit by a bus in Norwich city centre.
● Watch: Jailed man caught red-handed trying to force coffee shop safe A man has been jailed for eight weeks after being caught red-handed by police attempting to force open a safe at a coffee shop.
● Elected mayor for East Anglia back on the table Devolution for East Anglia is back on the agenda more than three years after initial plans were shelved.
● WEBBER: City chief has a warning for the vultures Stuart Webber has news for any clubs looking to pick off Norwich City’s best talent. Think again.
● How coronavirus outbreak has delayed a rollout of hire bikes in Norwich A new Norwich cycle-sharing scheme is facing delays to its rollout due to the coronavirus outbreak in China.
● Kennels owner faces £150,000 legal bill after losing appeal A boarding kennels owner now faces legal bills of more than £150,000 after losing her appeal over whether the sound of her dogs barking on her premises was a nuisance.
● Taxi company collapses into administration A taxi company which claims to be the longest-running in a seaside town has collapsed into administration.