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As well as making for a miserable Christmas for its staff, the closure of Multiyork is the end of a 25-year story for the company in Thetford.

A Norfolk pension equality campaigner was among a group which shouted “shame on you” and turned their backs on a minister before storming out of the Commons chamber.

Norfolk’s poor showing in a social mobility survey came as no surprise to Andrew Fitchett.

As this footage shows, parallel parking can be tricky.

Tributes have been paid to a 30-year-old father of four who died in a crash near Thetford on Sunday.

Opinion: It’s better to say what you really mean rather than hide behind a veil of euphemisms, says Andrew Fitchett.

A lifeboat crew was called out to a sighting of a kayak in difficulties off the Norfolk coast - only for it to turn out to be a spear fishing diver who turned down their offer of help.

An authentic replica is to go on display of Lord Nelson’s fabled jewelled chelengk which was lost forever after being stolen from an exhibition more than 65 years ago.

In the hours after it was announced that Colman’s could be leaving Norfolk, I texted a friend to commiserate.

This dashcam footage captures the moment a caravan driver comes close to losing control of their vehicle and veering off a busy Norfolk road.

It’s a relatively new technology that drivers have been using to settle insurance claims and capture footage of the unexpected.

As a reporter, you get used to dealing with extreme situations.

Prince William has written a letter sharing his ‘profound respect’ for his colleagues in the East Anglian Air Ambulance as he prepares for his last shift as a pilot for the charity.

The drunk driver who drove at 124mph prior to the collision which killed 22-year-old beauty therapist Lauren Danks on the A11 had two previous convictions for dangerous and drink-driving.

The running saga of a peahen on the loose in Norwich has sparked an epic battle of wits between man and bird involving a wildlife rescuer.

I write this in the midst of recovery from a fever which saw my internal thermostat jump the shark, leaving me either shivering uncontrollably or sweating buckets.

The influx of US airmen into our region during the Second World War created lasting bonds, and stories which have stood the test of time.

King’s Lynn Town manager Gary Setchell has left the club, it has been confirmed.

When US airman Raymond Odom lost his dog tags while serving at RAF Knettishall in the Second World War, he thought he would never see them again.

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