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Controversial proposals which would see Norwich’s last public grass tennis courts disappear have been revived, but people living nearby have not given up hope of saving them.

Drivers heading into Norwich are facing queues after a Landrover caught fire close to the Thickthorn roundabout.

Drivers have been advised to avoid the A140 at Thelveton after a crash.

A number of trains between Norwich and Great Yarmouth have been cancelled due to train faults.

Norfolk MP Brandon Lewis has been accused of reneging on an agreement not to take part in key votes over Brexit.

Late changes could be made to the revamp of Norwich’s Anglia Square, with council bosses and developers in talks aimed at increasing the project’s chances of being granted planning permission.

Councillors have agreed that one hundred more Syrian refugees could be welcomed to a new life in Norfolk over the next two years - so long as district councils are content with the move.

Controversial proposals which would see the conversion of a Norwich church into flats have been revived.

They are well-trodden paths leading walkers through some of the best scenery the county has to offer and new figures show increasing numbers of hikers are discovering the delights of the Norfolk Trails.

Police caught a driver in King’s Lynn who was steering using a pair of mole grips while they were sitting on a bucket.

Protesters from Norfolk are ready to travel to London to protest against the visit of United States president Donald Trump, while a demonstration will also be staged on the steps of Norwich City Hall.

Enforcement action is to be taken after a Norwich church extension was built in the wrong place.

Developers who want to build a high-rise student development on top of a Norwich city centre car park have presented their ideas to councillors.

Forty new homes will be built on the site of a former reclamation yard in Norwich.

A new complex for just over 100 students, including a new lecture theatre and a cafe, could be built in Norwich city centre.

Temporary ‘pop up’ shops and food stalls could be created if Anglia Square shopping centre is revamped - in 40ft high shipping containers beneath the Magdalen Street flyover.

Love had the world in motion, the Berlin Wall had fallen, Norwich City had finished fourth in the old First Division and the Simpsons had never been screened on British television.

Norfolk police and crime commissioner Lorne Green has said a business case into the future of the county’s fire service has convinced him the public should be asked whether they think he should take it over.

Love had the world in motion, the Berlin Wall had fallen, Norwich City had finished fourth in the old First Division and the Simpsons had never been screened on British television.

Children’s comic The Beano is being used to inspire children to keep up their reading over the summer holidays, as the popular magazine marks its 80th birthday.

Almost 3,000 new homes were completed in Norfolk last year, new figures have revealed, but there were parts of the county where fewer were constructed than the year before.

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