by Liberty Corrie and George Cooke A Norfolk MP has cricitised those offering to rehome Ukrainian Refugees without having the money to support them. Duncan Baker, the member for North Norfolk, became […]
UEA Lecturer launches climate film alongside COP27
A lecturer and climate activist at the University of East Anglia has released a short film about the threats to our climate, coinciding with COP27. Dr Rupert Read is a professor of […]
The Gloucester – Meet the men who sat on diving’s best kept secret for 15 years
Historians are calling it Norfolk’s Mary Rose – A 17th century royal shipwreck, hidden under the waves of the Norfolk coast for 340 years. The disaster claimed the lives of at least […]
Seagulls – Pest of the Promenade, or Bird of Paradise?
Seagulls are synonymous with a trip to the beach, but so often tarnish your day – living up to their reputation as thieves and pests. But should we change our perception of […]
Voters react to ‘Beergate’ and ‘Partygate’
Sir Kier Starmer has stated he will resign as leader of the Labour Party if he is served a fixed penalty notice for breaking Covid restrictions. Durham Police have re-opened their investigation […]
EXCLUSIVE: Norwich Castle pulls Russian artist’s exhibition as invasion of Ukraine continues.
The works of a Russian artist have been removed from an exhibition at Norwich Castle. “Ode to a Flint”, which was due to begin tomorrow (12th of March), has been shelved in […]
The importance of religious traditions at Christmas
Christmas is a time when many people reconnect with religious traditions, such as carol services and nativity plays. However, Norwich has the highest proportion of residents who say they have no religion. […]