Stuart Anderson

Jessica Suter is organising the science day. Picture: Sonya Duncan

A desperately-needed link road to the south of Attleborough could go ahead if the county council agrees to lend £18m to development promotion company.

Shoppers can nominate their favourite independent shops, eateries and salons for the first time in this year’s South Norfolk Independent Retailer Awards.

The tragic consequences of road collisions were brought into sharp focus for a group of Wymondham students.

A mum and daughter from Norwich have raised £6,000 as a way to say thank you for the care they have both received as cancer patients.

Everyone has heard of kangaroos, Vegemite and Ramsay Street, but how well do you really know Australia?

Six-year-old Georgia Stallard loves her nana so much she would do anything for her.

They say you can take the boy out of Norwich, but you can’t take the Norwich out of the boy.

Newcomers to Wymondham are being offered a chance to sample some of the history and heritage of the town at a special newcomers’ event.

Fire has destroyed the kitchen and ceiling of a flat above a fast food restaurant in Norwich.

Airmen dashing about in goggles and leather caps, the purr of propellers, fragile biplanes lifting off and landing with a bump and a hop.

The charm and beauty of Cuba has been captured on a new coffee packet label by a Norwich designer.

Health facilities and equipment in Norwich and beyond will be upgraded as part of a £7.5m investment planned by the Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT).

A man who breached the terms of his license has been arrested following a police appeal.

He has brought the culinary delights of his tropical island to the tastebuds of East Anglia.

The attack which left four dead and at least 40 injured in Westminster yesterday could “probably not” have been avoided, according to a terrorism expert from the University of East Anglia.

Norfolk women interested in becoming their own boss can take part in an upcoming workshop.

Plans are being made to build 60 new homes in the village of Great Ellingham - but not everyone is happy about it.

A vision for nine new houses on a site next to Chapel Road Primary School in Attleborough has been unveiled.

Alarming figures have revealed that about a quarter of Norfolk four to five-year-olds are overweight or obese - and the figure rises to 32.1pc for 10 to 11-year-olds.

Steps are being taken to make Sprowston dementia friendly.

It is almost that time of year when mothers across the country are celebrated for everything they have done for their families.

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