Luke Powell Reporter firstname.lastname@example.org @LukePowell88 Mattresses stored at industrial unit posed ‘significant’ fire risk, court told 08:34 Luke Powell More than 470 tonnes of mattresses stored in breach of environmental laws pose a “significant” fire risk to nearby properties, a court was told. New website aims to put businesses and the public directly in touch with young homeless people in Norfolk Yesterday, 09:16 Luke Powell A new website aims to put businesses, charities and the public in touch with young homeless people to help them achieve their goals. Updated: Coach fire closes A47, near King’s Lynn, for several hours Saturday, March 25, 2017 Luke Powell A section of the A47 near King’s Lynn was closed for a number of hours yesterday evening after a coach caught fire during rush hour. Fightfighters use heavy rescue equipment to free person from vehicle in West Norfolk Friday, March 24, 2017 Luke Powell Firefighters had to free a person from their vehicle following a crash in West Norfolk this evening. Boat owners moored for more than 24 hours in Thorpe St Andrew could be fined £100 under new plans Friday, March 24, 2017 Luke Powell Boats moored on a section of river bank in Thorpe St Andrew could be fined up to £100 if they stay beyond 24 hours. Thousands across East Anglia put on a red nose to raise money for Comic Relief Friday, March 24, 2017 Luke Powell Thousands of people across East Anglia have donned a red nose today to raise money for Comic Relief. Norwich-based company Liftshare wins two awards for its commitment to sustainability and environmental excellence Friday, March 17, 2017 Luke Powell It is a service which allows people to save money and the environment by sharing their journey to work with another willing driver. Updated: Two people trapped after ‘serious’ crash on Wroxham Road in Rackheath Friday, March 17, 2017 Luke Powell Firefighters have been called to rescue two people trapped inside their cars following a crash in Rackheath. ‘I will keep it going until it is sold’ - The Bell in Salhouse put up for sale by Enterprise Inns Friday, March 17, 2017 Luke Powell A community pub has been put up for sale just months after it reopened under new management. Attleborough Infant School and Heartsease Primary Academy in Norwich closed due to ‘sickness epidemic’ Friday, March 17, 2017 Luke Powell Two schools in Norfolk have had to close today after teachers and kitchen staff were taken ill with sickness. M&S in Norwich to host mental health drop-ins as part of project with Ruby Wax Friday, March 17, 2017 Luke Powell Norwich’s Marks and Spencer store is to host a new mental health drop-in cafe as part of a project with actress Ruby Wax. Norwich model Kerri Parker who underwent surgery to remove brain tumour is to fight in a charity boxing match Thursday, March 16, 2017 Luke Powell A model diagnosed with a brain tumour four years ago has taken a “controversial” decision to fight in a charity boxing match this weekend. New and interesting locations wanted for this year’s Heritage Open Days programme in Broadland Thursday, March 16, 2017 Luke Powell The search is on for new and interesting locations to feature in this year’s Heritage Open Days programme in Broadland. Plantation Garden in Norwich has reopened to the public for the first time in six weeks Wednesday, March 15, 2017 Luke Powell People can enjoy the sunshine in Norwich’s Plantation Garden today after it reopened to the public for the first time in six weeks. Rail passengers travelling between Norwich and London can expect delays this Easter Wednesday, March 15, 2017 Luke Powell Rail passengers travelling between Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and London can expect delays this Easter as work gets underway to improve the line. Poll: Poll - Is Norwich at risk of becoming another clone town as more independent shops announce closure? Wednesday, March 15, 2017 Luke Powell Fifteen years ago this week a departing store owner raised fears about Norwich losing its identity to multi-national chain stores. Broads hire boat companies ‘rethinking’ plans to expand after 27pc increase in river tolls Wednesday, March 15, 2017 Luke Powell Hire boat companies on the Broads say a 27pc increase to some river toll charges has forced them to “rethink” plans to expand. ‘Is someone punishing me?’ - Norwich widow’s sadness as her four cats die weeks after death of her husband Thursday, March 9, 2017 Luke Powell A widow has spoken of her heartbreak after four of her kittens died from suspected poisoning weeks after her husband’s death. Nine Norfolk care homes to support search and rescue charity this year Thursday, March 9, 2017 Luke Powell Nine care homes have announced they will be raising money towards a search and rescue charity this year. Norwich’s Plantation Garden could reopen to the public this month Thursday, March 9, 2017 Luke Powell Norwich’s Plantation Garden could reopen to the public before the end of this month, the trust responsible for its upkeep has confirmed. Teaching groups say more funding should have been allocated to help existing schools in this year’s budget Wednesday, March 8, 2017 Luke Powell Teaching associations have criticised the Government for failing to provide enough funding to support existing state schools in this year’s Budget.