Norfolk Constabulary has been responding to dozens of Twitter users angry at a viral video showing an arrest in Norfolk, Virgina.Read the full story ›
Artist John Behm dived to the rescue after a painting from Norwich's open air painting competition fell into the river.Read the full story ›
Former Labour minister Baroness Patricia Hollis of Heigham has died after a long illness.Read the full story ›
City College Norwich has become part of new initiative to encourage people from industry to become teachers so they can give students the work skills needed by employers.
The Education Secretary Damian Hinds has visited the college which is one of 37 across the country getting a share of the government's £5m "Taking Teaching Further" programme.
It will help the college to recruit up to five industry professionals to retrain and work as teachers.
Norwich was named as an Education Opportunity Area in 2016, struggling with low social mobility and needing to improve the life chances for the most disadvantaged young people.
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A 20-year-old student has died on the University of East Anglia's campus in Norwich.
The UEA confirmed what they called a "sudden and unexpected" death this afternoon (October 11).
They said thoughts and condolences were with the man's family and friends and that counselling would be offered to students and staff affected.
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“It is with great sadness that we can confirm the sudden and unexpected death of a 20-year-old male student in one of the residences at UEA.
"The police and Coroner have been notified and an inquest will be held in due course. The death of any student is a tragedy that we all feel deeply."
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They're the dance group that captured the nation's imagination when they won 'Britain's Got Talent' in 2009.
Since then they've sold-out seven UK tours, performed for the Queen and appeared on 'China's Got Talent.'
This weekend, 'Diversity' will be in Norwich, where Ashley Banjo and his troupe will be performing at Earlham Park.
It's part of their 'Ignite' tour which is inspired by 250 years of circus.
Norwich Castle has secured an extra £9.2m throught the Heritage Lottery Fund to transform its Keep.Read the full story ›
Nearly 20,000 people have signed a petition to try to save a live music venue in Norwich where Ed Sheeran played when he was starting out.Read the full story ›
Two teenagers have been arrested after a man was stabbed in the leg in Norwich.Read the full story ›
The Government money could be spent on creating more bus and cycle routes and cleaner vehicle technology.Read the full story ›