After investing in log cabins, a pergola and entire revamp of their outdoor areas, the owners of a pub said they are doing everything they can to ensure the survival of their business.
Bullying was “normalised” at the region’s ambulance service and its leaders failed to act when staff were accused of sexual predatory behaviour towards patients, inspectors revealed today.
Coronavirus cases have almost doubled in Great Yarmouth in the past seven days, according to the latest figures.
The 100th Air Refueling Wing based at RAF Mildenhall will be conducting three days of exercise to improve its defence capabilities.
Restrictions on music, singing and dancing have been brought in as part of a raft of new measures by the government to try and slow down the spread of coronavirus.
Plans to transform a revamped hotel into a drug rehabilitation facility have been given the green light by councillors, despite a “plea” from residents to save the town venue.
Coronavirus cases have risen across the county in the past seven days, according to the latest figures.
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Hopes of a weekly ritual for runners and fitness enthusiasts returning next month have been dashed following the latest string of government regulations.
“Mindless” vandals who drove across a cricket pitch causing extensive damage for the second time in 13 months have left the ground’s owners feeling “angry and hopeless”.
Norfolk’s very own running queen Melanie Sturman has completed her 300th marathon, joining an exclusive group of less than 1,000 people worldwide to do so.
After a six-year hiatus, the band made a long overdue return in 2019 with their latest studio album Cause and Effect and a triumphant sold-out UK tour.
As a music-lover who would - pre-pandemic - attend festivals in this country and around the world most weekends of the year, I was excited (and, admittedly, a little apprehensive) about the prospect of my first event in six months.
One of this century’s most successful British bands is set to play at Thetford Forest in 2021.
Nature’s beauty is a great comfort in these uncertain times, and, as always, autumn will bring a blaze of colour to East Anglia. Here are 23 places to see the season at its most glorious.
From the Socially Distanced Festival with top musicians to Norwich’s Junkyard Market, there is plenty to keep you entertained in Norfolk this weekend.
Norfolk & Norwich Festival has announced support for six freelance artists and creative workers to develop projects with communities across Norfolk.
Thursday marks International Coffee Day, a celebration of roasters and a chance to bring coffee lovers together.
Organisers of the Suffolk Show have decided to cancel next year’s event after deeming it not possible to hold “safely and with confidence”.
You’re in for a frightfully good October half-term with a new haunting show set to run all week in a big top tent alongside screenings of hit Halloween films.
With many grottos unable to open at Christmas due to coronavirus, Santa is making sure children don’t miss out this year with socially distanced home visits.
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