After a last minute venue change due to safety concerns caused by a typical English summer, the Norfolk Basketball Festival – in partnership with the Solar Shed and the Norfolk Awards – got started as scheduled at the UEA Sportspark in Norwich, writes Diccon Lloyd-Smeath.
The Olympic Games are heading to Rio in 2016 (yes, we can’t believe it will be four years since London 2012 either) and the hype is already building. Join thousands in Trafalgar Square to celebrate Brazil Day and get a taste of what the vibrant country has to offer.
As Benjamin Barton, 18, pleads guilty to attempted armed robbery at Coopers Jewellery in Barnstaple, detectives have revealed how ‘bag for life’ and an odd purchase held the key to solving the investigation...
Finley Quaye, the Scottish reggae musician known as much for his off-stage antics as his music, was booed off stage last week to a backdrop that might be familiar to those with an eye on upcoming rock talent.
New London app OLIO lets you share surplus food in your kitchen with neighbours and get delicious cupcakes, salads and dishes in return - almost all for free. London24 spoke to founder Tessa Cook about the app and the ideology behind it.
Dynamism and agility are often the attributes that can help a business stay one step ahead, and the Business Development Award seeks out those companies which are able to innovate in order to boost their competitiveness.
The question of how we produce enough food to feed the country has never been more important, particularly in an era of globalised markets and significant pressures on production through changing climates and rising population numbers.
Norwich City capped off their tour of Austria and Germany in style with Youssouf Mulumbu and Lewis Grabban sealing a second half comeback to beat top Bundesliga club FC Augsburg in Prien on Saturday afternoon.
An awkward interview with a Sky News presenter which prompted Brent Central Labour MP Dawn Butler to joke “what’s wrong with you?” before breaking down in laughter has been shared thousands of times on social media site Twitter.
Despite gargantuan advances in medical science, we still don’t fully understand the complexities of the human brain: its ability to process vast quantities of information, solve problems and store memories at speeds that put supercomputers to shame.