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Past articles by Maya:

Praise from health minister as Norwich walk-in centre worries raised in parliament

Support has been rallied in parliament today in a bid to protect Norwich's central walk-in centre from closure. → Read More

Norwich: Pure Brides' new Castle Meadow store opens March 7

An award-winning bridal business will open its new city centre store next week. → Read More

Norwich: Chloe Smith MP against walk-in centre closure

A city MP has voiced her firm opposition to current proposals to close Norwich's walk-in medical centre. → Read More

Colin Bain of the Norwich Black Dog Music Project dies

Tributes have been paid to Black Dog Music Project director Colin Bain. → Read More

Norwich: Rackheath Primary School donated new play equipment

Pupils at Rackheath Primary School have secured brand-new play equipment for their peers to enjoy. → Read More

Why does Norwich have a high population of divorced people?

Newly-released data from the 2021 census revealed that 12.8pc of people aged 16 or over in the fine city are divorced or were formerly in a civil partnership - the highest proportionally across the two nations. Norwich is also in the national bottom 10 for people being married or currently in a civil partnership with 35.4pc. Views from Mousehold Heath - Picture: Danielle Booden (Image:… → Read More

John Lewis Norwich store celebrates 40 years with exhibition

Staff old and new gathered at John Lewis' Norwich store to celebrate its 40th anniversary on All Saints Green. → Read More

Census 2021: Norwich has biggest percentage of divorcees

Data from the 2021 census suggests Norwich is the divorce capital of England and Wales. → Read More

Divers establishing river sewage issues in Thorpe St Andrew

Work is believed to have been carried out between Monday, February 20 and Wednesday, February 22 in the River Yare at Thorpe St Andrew. The work, undertaken by Broadland District Council, is in default of a drainage notice issued to prevent sewage from entering the river from the Hearts Cruisers site at Thorpe Island. The exploratory work by divers will establish the scale of work required and… → Read More

Norfolk & Norwich Festival 2023 full line-up is revealed

The complete programme for the 2023 Norfolk and Norwich Festival has been revealed at Norwich Arts Centre. → Read More

Norfolk & Norwich Festival 2023 full line-up is revealed

The complete programme for the 2023 Norfolk and Norwich Festival has been revealed at Norwich Arts Centre. → Read More

Pancake Day: Annual Shrove Tuesday race at Norwich Cathedral

The 2023 instalment of the annual Pancake Day race has taken place at Norwich Cathedral. → Read More

Norwich: Bishy Barney Boats celebrates launch of 2023 season

Bishy Barney Boats is gearing itself up for a busy year on Norfolk's waterways as it launches its 2023 season. → Read More

WATCH: From the newsroom

Evening News reporter Maya Derrick brings you today's top stories, and teases what's to come. → Read More

Norwich: People in flats with cladding share joy over fix

A £5bn fix to make flats in Norwich safe in the wake of the Grenfell tragedy has been welcomed. → Read More

Thorpe St Andrew: Community reaction to pharmacy closure

Thorpe St Andrew is set to lose its pharmacy - and people are worried it could be a trend across Norwich. → Read More

Family tribute to David 'Syd' Syder following death at 42

A popular Norwich man known for his animal rights activism and love of punk music has died, aged 42. → Read More

Norwich: Former Greggs store in White Lion St under offer

The former Greggs in White Lion Street, Norwich could soon be home to a new business now the unit is under offer. → Read More

Norwich: Marmalades cafe in Royal Arcade signs 10-year lease

Marmalades has renewed its lease in Norwich's Royal Arcade for another 10 years. → Read More

Norwich: Meet the people with unwavering support for Ukraine

Jonathon Childs, landlord of the Garden House pub in Pembroke Road, has spent just shy of 12 months drumming up and directing support to where it's needed most - both on home soil and overseas. His efforts have seen more than £30,000 in food aid distributed across Europe. In the first weekend of the war alone, he helped raise €1,200 in emergency supplies for the area. The landlord at The Garden… → Read More