March 9 2014 Latest news:
The roar of adrenaline-fuelled 129mph drag bike racing may seem poles apart from the peaceful tranquility of a poppy field, but a Norwich woman has managed to unite the two extremes for a good cause.
A crash involving a Mercedes has partially blocked the A134 Mundford Road at Thetford.
A pilot officer in the RAF volunteer reserve who was the youngest in the country to be given command of a squadron has been given an award for distinguished service.
A man has been hit on the back of the head in Thetford.
Residents brandishing posters opposing solar farm plans packed into a village hall to vent their concerns to a renewable energy company.
US Blues rockers The Black Keys have been revealed as the final headliners to be announced for this year’s Latitude Festival.
Jack Steadman hit the road to work on songs for Bombay Bicycle Club’s fourth album, and found inspiration aplenty. But as he tells Andy Welch, he couldn’t have done it without his bandmates.
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Brandon cricket ace Tymal Mills helped England Lions to seal an impressive series win against Sri Lanka A at the weekend.
Chris Hughton aims to be at his persuasive best to protect his international stars ahead of Norwich City’s crucial Premier League finale.
Martin Olsson has suffered the pain of Premier League relegation before in his professional career, but the Swedish international does not detect similar warning signs within the Norwich dressing room.
Thetford Town slipped to defeat at Brightlingsea Regent despite looking the better side for long spells at North Road on Tuesday night.
Brandon bowler Tymal Mills took a wicket to help England Lions win the first of their three-match series against Sri Lanka A on Saturday.
A first-half strike from Sholing’s Lee Wort helped the Boatmen sink Wisbech’s dreams of reaching Wembley.
Two of Wisbech Town’s players who have played at Wembley are as excited as any of their team-mates about the chance of playing at the home of football.
Wisbech Town joint-boss Dick Creasey is honest enough to admit that their FA Vase quarter-final opponents’ form this season has been sensational.