Hannah Lawrence

With its picturesque cloisters and ancient church, the Great Hospital, in the heart of the city, is a key part of Norwich’s history.

The planned closure of a Lowestoft car park has been pushed back to the end of March 2017.

Diners sitting down to their Christmas dinner at the Lowestoft Over 60s community club’s festive event were surprised to be given their ticket money back to them as they sat down for Christmas pudding.

An 11-year-old Norwich girl with a form of lymphoma has received over 250 cards from people across the country following a social media campaign launched by her parents the day after her diagnosis.

A fossil collector who spent his life amassing an extensive collection has had it donated towards future generations following his death.

The sponsor has been announced for Lowestoft’s first ever free school.

Most children spend Christmas Eve deep in sleep, daring not to wake for fear of disturbing Santa.

A one-mile stretch of road has cost Norwich drivers more than £400,000 in the space of 10 months.

It’s over 40 years since the infamous American crime drama Charlie’s Angels first aired and now a new social project is being launched that pays tribute to the group, even if only in name.

Families from Norfolk and Suffolk have seen their loved ones become posthumously honored for donating their organs to keep other people alive.

A project to preserve and develop Lowestoft’s maritime sector has been given the funding to continue and two busaries are being launched for young people to train in boatbuilding and other forms of woodwork.

It’s that time of the year when shoppers start getting frantic as they stock up on presents to put under the tree.

A man with Asperger syndrome has had his phone cut off by Virgin Mobile because he owes them £11.93, despite assuring them he will be able to pay by Friday.

The scene in the foodbank is a moment many people who have seen I, Daniel Blake mention.

It is common knowledge that Christmas Eve is Santa’s busiest day of the year, with presents to deliver across the world.

The introduction of a new welfare system has left an increasing number of people in Lowestoft unable to pay their rent.

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