Living with Dementia can be funny as well as difficult according to Dr Jennifer Bute who has the disease and spoke openly about it to the Norfolk Conference for Care. Dr Bute refuses to […]
Reporter: Alex Dalton Huawei, one of the biggest smartphone manufacturers in the world, continues to suffer the fallout from last week’s US government ban, with more companies every day severing their ties […]
Reporter: Erin Bashford Explaining zero waste is remarkably simple: it is just that, zero waste. It is the philosophy of living that uses no materials that are destined for landfill, incineration, or […]
According to the charity ‘Wrap’ 1.9 million tonnes of food and drink are wasted by the food industry in the UK every year. Meanwhile the United Nations reports that around 8.4 million […]
Norwich’s first zero waste café, ‘Re.Source’ has opened on Timber Hill. It aims to reduce plastic waste by encouraging people to bring their own re-usable containers when they shop. Plastic is not […]
With a month go – can the Canaries fly into the Premier League at the very top of the Championship table? Freddie Carty meets fans, sports reporters, and players themselves who all […]
A squeeze of lemming with your drink sir? Ben Hinton visits Norwich Arboretum – the bar with no name (at least, not above the door) – and finds it a Pythonesque experience.
Many vegans find the thought of animals dying to produce food too much to accept. Groups across the country are turning out to bear witness as many animals make their final journey […]
If making stuff makes you happy, then building with Lego can also help you develop. Sophie Wiggins visited the ‘Block Bus’ keeping Norwich school children very happy indeed.
A new project in Norwich has given voice to ten of the city’s iconic statues. All you need to hear what they have to say is a smart phone. Aaron MacMillan reports. […]