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UKIP MEP defends speech to pro-apartheid club with links to far right  A UKIP MEP has defended his decision to deliver a speech on ‘the murders of white farmers in South Africa’ to a pro-apartheid group with links to the far...
The Night That Town Went Down - An Ipswich Town poem  In response to David Hannant’s poem about Ipswich Town being relegated from a Norwich City point of view, here’s the Ipswich Town fan’s version.
Jurors hearing trial of teenager accused of brutally attacking homeless woman sent out to consider verdict  A jury hearing a trial of a teenager who is alleged to have brtually attacked a homeless woman sleeping rough in Great...
City centre pub named the best in Norfolk  A Norwich pub is toasting to success after being named the best in the entire county.
Fire at disused care home being treated as arson  A blaze at a disused care home is being treated as arson by police.
Norfolk Young Farmers will need to dig deep during charity challenges  Young farmers in Diss and Harleston are planning two exhausting charity challenges – on two legs and two wheels – to raise money for good causes.
Woman accused of moving palm trees is to go on trial over harassment charge  A woman who moved palm trees and was loud and abusive, disturbing neighbours is to go on trial in Norwich.
From death camps to David Bowie  The extraordinary story of poet George Szirtes’ mother swims into focus from a few salvaged photographs
Landmark building is gaping ruin as developers move in  A landmark Gorleston building is a gaping ruin as demolition teams move in to tear it down.
Mum-of-two fined £70 after becoming trapped in city car park by heavy traffic  A mum-of-two claims she was fined £70 after heavy traffic left her stuck in a Norwich car park for half an hour.
Round-up: Weekend of contrasts for racers on Oulton Broad  With most dinghies choosing to race on Saturday and most keelboats on Sunday, the two days had a very different feel to them at Waveney & Oulton Broad Yacht Club.
Was Farke on a horse at Banham Zoo?  He may be preparing his team for another crunch match in the push for promotion to the Premier League.
Did William Shakepeare write those plays?  Not everyone believes that William Shakespeare wrote the plays attributed to him and here are some of the reasons why.
Office space in Castle Mall offered for free to Norwich businesses  Castle Mall shopping centre has converted one of its empty units to free office space for Norwich businesses.
Closure-threatened city bars to discover their fates at review hearings  The fates of two city bars threatened with closure over noise complaints will be sealed on Thursday.
The Worst Witch review: a burst of singing, dancing and a sprinkling of magic at the Theatre Royal  There was magic and giggles during the opening show of The Worst Witch at the Norwich Theatre Royal last night.
Man in his 20s dies in crash  A man in his 20s has died after the car he was driving crashed into a tree.
Supermarket bans 13-year-old for life following theft and reports of anti-social behaviour  A 13-year-old boy has been banned for life from a Norfolk supermarket following theft and anti-social behaviour.
Hospice campaign off to a roaring start but more donations needed  Norfolk businesses have helped raised £500,000 in six weeks for a new hospice – but the £12.5m target is still a long way off.
Next phase of £2.75m Norwich shake-up will see permanent Prince of Wales Road lane closure  The next phase of the £2.75m traffic shake-up in the Prince of Wales Road area is due to start next week, which will permanently reduce ...
Were you a Gurney girl or Henderson boy?  The schools have long gone but the memories live on...and now the boys of the Henderson and the girls of the Gurney in Norwich are getting together again.
Round-up: Elite Motorsport get off to a cracking start at Brands Hatch  Shipdham-based Elite Motorsport could not have been any happier, leaving Brands Hatch with drivers Harry King and James Hedley leading the Ginetta SuperCup ...
Great Yarmouth Town raises £1,700 for England deaf team in charity football match  Great Yarmouth Town Football Club raised £1,700 for the England national deaf team after it hosted a charity football match to raise funds for...
Take a look inside £1.5m historic house in prime city location  A six bedroom house on Unthank Road has come onto the market with Strutt & Parker for just over 1.5m.
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