Rebecca Murphy

A speed camera installed on a main road in Thetford is set to be activated.

A demolition ceremony has marked the first physical step in a new era for RAF Lakenheath which will see the introduction of the F-35A Lightning II fighter jet.

A 12-year-old girl has raised nearly £250 after hosting a coffee event for charity.

Pupils at a Watton school have contributed to preparations for the centenary celebration of the Royal Air Force.

A number of burglaries in the Breckland area in which jewellery and cash were stolen may be linked, police have said.

Norfolk’s first community fridge has already proved a success just weeks after it was launched.

A little girl who spent time in hospital has returned to the ward which treated her to donate items for other ill children to enjoy.

Two brothers have become county martial arts champions.

Four neighbours in a West Suffolk village have scooped a cash prize from a lottery scheme.

Police are appealing for information following a burglary in which power tools were stolen in Saham Toney, near Watton.

A grieving family are still holding police partly responsible for the death of a teenager whose car hit a tree while he was being tailed by officers.

A police pursuit was not to blame for the death of a teenager who crashed into a tree while being tailed, an inquest jury decided today.

They are there to protect, reassure and enforce the law. And they do it all in an environment of ever increasing pressure. But what is it really like to walk in the shoes of a Norfolk police officer? Reporter Rebecca Murphy spent two shifts with Breckland Police.

A dramatic late-night 14-car police operation in relation to a driver who failed to stop ended when a heat-seeking helicopter and police dog helped to track down a man in Norfolk woodland.

A fire at a house in Thetford on Saturday night is believed to have been started by a firework.

A Norfolk runner has said the “closeness and solidarity” of the running community will help when she takes on the New York Marathon just days after a terror attack in the city.

A new phase of a multi-million development has begun at Watton’s Redhill Residential Park.

When the future of their village pub was under threat, this community was not prepared to stand by and watch it close.

Uniformed military attaches from the Czech, Slovak and Polish embassies in London will take part at a Breckland Remembrance event.

It was supposed to be a trip away to relax and recuperate after a stressful year.

A new sign has been unveiled at a community pub which continues to make progress.

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