“Temptation is just a swipe away” In the 2021 census, data collected revealed almost one in eight people aged 16 or over in Norwich were divorced or were formerly in a civil […]
The power of poo – how stool transplants are changing lives
Poo transplants may sound like a weird Grey’s Anatomy episode, but they’re actually the latest course of treatment for a variety of diseases being explored by the team at the Quadram Institute […]
The Premier League: has it been good for supporters?
This season marked the 30th birthday of the Premier League — the most watched sports league in the world, beating out other football leagues and rival sports such as basketball, baseball, and […]
Norfolk winemakers prosper during financial crisis
With rates of inflation currently at 9.9%, many local businesses are struggling – but this hasn’t been the case for vineyards in Norfolk. Click below to watch the TV news report by […]
London 2012 Olympics: is there a lasting legacy 10 years on?
It has been 10 years since the London 2012 Olympics aimed to ‘inspire a generation.’ Athletics saw a huge increase in participation in the year following the games – but has this […]
Going out or staying in?
How is the cost of living affecting our leisure decisions. The continued rise of cost of living will leave people having to give up leisure activities like going out to eat, shopping […]
Unpredictable Norwich weather makes outdoor businesses uncertain
A yellow weather warning for heavy rainfall was issued for Norfolk over the bank holiday weekend. The warning was active from 7pm on Sunday 5th June and 4am on Monday 6th June. As we […]
Norfolk Bus Company welcoming youngest bus driver
Eastern Counties Buses have hired their youngest ever driver to join their team. This is because he was inspired by his grandad to get behind the wheel. Anthony Yallop is 18 years […]
Staycation or Vacation: Is Great Yarmouth the next holiday destination?
Last August Great Yarmouth recorded that 6.4% of its working age population were claiming benefits- 2% above the rest of the east of England. With the cost of living rising and a […]
Fish deli opens in Norfolk town despite pandemic hitting hospitality
A new fish deli and cocktail bar called M’s has opened its doors in the North Norfolk town of Aylsham. Tucked away on the corner of Red Lion Street, M’s has occupied […]