Website and restaurant guide SquareMeal has revealed the UK’s favourite places to eat following votes from thousands of its readers, as well as bloggers and local foodies.
Of all those taking part in this year’s London Marathon, Simon Kindleysides has arguably one of the toughest challenges ahead of him.
They were the tartan-trimmed boy band of the 1970s – with a string of chart successes and hordes of swooning, screaming girl fans.
Hundreds of people greeted the Queen at her final Sunday church service visit before leaving Norfolk.
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Have you already made your plans for Valentine’s day? Here’s a look at some of the great events taking place around Norfolk on Valentine’s Day for all to enjoy.
Gag master Russell Kane is bringing stand-up comedy to St George’s Theatre at Great Yarmouth in October.
Timothy West and Prunella Scales, the stars of Great Canal Journeys, recently spent time on the Broads filming for their new series which will be aired in October.
The Nelson Museum in Great Yarmouth has celebrated its 15th anniversary.
A man who was a science teacher, deputy head and later head of the Hospital School in Great Yarmouth has died at the age of 91.
The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is to comedians what Glastonbury is to musicians and Cannes is to film-makers.
As colour TV turns 50 new figures reveal more than 8,000 households across the UK still watch programmes in black and white - and eight of them are in Great Yarmouth.
Colombian circus superstars Circolombia and Mexican collective Circa en Breve will be based in the town take part in event that will see York Road transformed into a Copacabana-style beach.
Alfie Hewett will represent Great Britain in the BNP Paribas World Team Cup in Italy next week.
From Snowdonia to Stonehenge, a nationwide study has revealed the top 20 greatest British Views.
Comedian and panel-show regular Ó Briain is among the latest acts to be announced for this year’s Latitude Festival.
A wild night of comedy is taking place this weekend, which promises to have the audience roaring with laughter.
Weird Coastal Buoys Comedy are bringing their smash-hit three year running Edinburgh comedy show Hate N’ Live to St George’s Theatre on Friday, February 10 at 8.30pm.
From the rise and fall of the Norwich skyline to the rolling Wensum Valley - there’s all manner of breath taking vistas around our region.
What happened to collecting conkers?
Council is paid to sort out things
A 70th anniversary commemoration service will pay tribute to the crew of an Avro Lincoln plane which crashed in the village of Mautby.
While preparing today’s column, I read that national glasses chain Specsavers is seeking to trademark “should’ve” and “shouldve” to protect its advertising slogan.
Canadian funny woman Tanya Lee Davis headlines at the return of stand up comedy at St George’s Theatre in Great Yarmouth on Friday, September 9.
A-level results from schools and colleges across the region as they come in.
Getting your children to and from your car to the house while juggling shopping, keys and other items can be difficult at the best of times.
The last traditional supermarket in the town centre is to close due to falling sales.
From the trawlers bobbing in the waves to Nelson’s monument standing lonely along the spit, this early 19th century Great Yarmouth landscape is almost unrecognisable today.
It’s comedy time again at St George’s Theatre! WCB Comedy are back with their regular monthly offering and you could be lucky enough to win tickets to this laughter-filled evening.