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The family of a teenager left fighting for his life following an attack yards from his home have spoken of their relief as he regained consciousness after emergency brain surgery.

The family of a teenager left fighting for his life following an attack yards from his home have spoken of their relief as he regained consciousness after emergency brain surgery.

The potential to fine drivers who keep their engines running while stationary on Norwich streets is being explored by council bosses.

People have been urged not to take the piles of logs left along the Norwich Northern Distributor Road - because they are hibernation refuges for wildlife.

An inquest has been opened after the body of a man was found at his home in Attleborough.

The cost of catching a taxi in Norwich looks set to increase for the first time in four years.

The Bishop of Norwich is to chair an independent national inquiry into disgraced breast surgeon Ian Paterson.

A decision will be made next week over whether more than 280 student flats can be built on a Norwich car park - with neighbours urging councillors to turn the application down.

People are being urged to help provide a festive present for every inpatient who spends Christmas Day at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.

A former commander of the Metropolitan Police has criticised Norfolk police’s move to scrap its Police and Community Support Officers.

Police investigating a former Norwich City youth coach who was arrested on suspicion of indecency with children and indecent assault have passed a file to the Crown Prosection Service.

Lessons should be learned from the chopping down of trees in a Norwich park, according to a city councillor who says she was not prepared for the visual impact their felling would have.

More needs to be done to publicise where potentially life-saving defibrillators are available in Norwich city centre - and more need to be installed, say city councillors.

A petition has been launched to convince county councillors not to cut subsidies from Norfolk buses, amid fears elderly people could become isolated.

The public were today urged to help raise £145,000 in a race against time, so treasure found in a Norfolk field can go on show at Norwich Castle.

Two options have been put forward to try to tackle concerns over the multi-million pound changes to the Thickthorn roundabout.

A student who found an Anglo-Saxon treasure in a Norfolk field hopes his discovery will help him put a deposit down on a house - after his remarkable find was valued at £145,000.

Millions of pounds of taxpayers’ money is being used by Norwich City Council to buy three commercial properties - but City Hall says it cannot reveal what is being bought.

A burst water main has forced the closure of two Norwich roads.

Cutting subsidies to Norfolk bus routes, which could lead to services being axed, would be “a catastrophe”, according to campaigners for older people.

He was immortalised in a song by The Beatles and has a blue plaque commemorating him, but now one of Norwich’s most celebrated Victorians is to lend his name to a new tower taking shape in the city.

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