A coffee shop is making the change from café to Cantina, as it turns to the dark side for its latest initiative.
Suffolk brewer Adnams has teamed up with a Norwich tech company to launch a game inspired by its most popular beer.
Rail passengers are set to experience widespread disruption as work on a major modernisation plan gets under way.
An unsigned band is in the running to win a career changing £50,000 after being listed for a nationwide music prize.
Wind speeds are expected to die down across Norfolk to make way for a clear and sunny day.
The Lowestoft rockers’ fifth album Pinewood Smile is predicted to enter the album chart top five, making it their most successful release since their mega-selling debut Permission To Land.
Lowestoft and Oulton Broad Swimming Club’s Open Meet followed on from last year’s success.
East Anglia could see highs of 25C at the beginning of next week thanks to Hurricane Ophelia.
Bus drivers from across the region have donned retro punk outfits to reinvent a classic nursery rhyme for a new music video.
The chairman of the region’s mental health trust warned of “considerable challenges” ahead at the service’s annual general meeting.
A dance explosion featuring some top tap-dancers but without the traditional top hat and tails, and with no jazz-hands in sight, Tap Factory, which is coming to Lowestoft and Norwich, mixing urban rhythms and some circus-style set-pieces.
More than 50 members of staff at Archant, this newspaper’s publisher, have become dementia friends - in a bid to better understand the condition.
A Loddon school pupil
has received national recognition for a history project at a prestigious
Gusts of up to 55mph are expected to hit parts of Norfolk later this morning.
A group set up to look into anti-social behaviour on the Broads after some high-profile incidents held its first meeting in Norwich yesterday.
The Met Office has issued a weather warning for strong winds across East Anglia with the worst of the gusts expected to hit on Thursday morning.
Within a decade David Vaughan went from serving his Queen and country to serving a four-year prison sentence at HMP Norwich.
It’s an issue that divides the driving world.
Should older drivers be tested to see if they are safe enough to be behind the wheel - and if so, when?
With the new series of Strictly Come Dancing underway Jessica Long reveals where you can see winners and professional dancers from the show at theatres in East Anglia this year and next.
A doctor has urged people to protect themselves and their loved ones from flu by making sure they are vaccinated against the potentially deadly illness.
A Lowestoft tower block has been given the highest possible fire risk rating, according to previously unseen reports revealing a host of safety concerns.
Evenings are darker, children run through piles of brown and orange leaves, and there’s a crisp wind in the air.
A church has received a boost – after being awarded a Heritage Lottery grant of £250,000 to repair and restore its tower and to improve the heating and lighting.
It was a routine night training exercise, which ended in tragedy.
Two Suffolk districts are in the top five happiest places in the UK according to new research – and the rest of the county is getting happier every year.
Saturday’s rain caused cancellation of the CC Breckland 30-mile time trial on the A11, so VC Baracchi cyclists entered in it did not have any results to report.
Everything on the menu at Cafe Jungle in Beccles is totally gluten-free - from afternoon tea to pies and deep-filled sandwiches.
The last track and field match of the season for Waveney Valley AC took place at Bury St Edmunds in the East Anglian League Finals.
Kirkley & Pakefield were back in action at Walmer Road on Tuesday evening when Division One side Norwich United Reserves were the visitors for a Thurlow Nunn League Challenge KO Cup match.
Gambas in Gorleston has developed a favourable reputation amongst local people.
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