A fresh attempt is to be made to turn a closed Norwich pub into flats for students.
Controversial cuts to legal aid have hit people in Norfolk harder than other parts of the country, new figures have revealed.
A new cafe which specialises in serving up luxurious desserts is looking to move to Norwich city centre - and to stay open until 11pm each day.
County councillors took HIV tests to demonstrate just how simple it is to be checked for the virus.
Business secretary Greg Clark has responded to our plea for an explanation of what he is doing to help more than 1,150 people in Norfolk whose jobs are on the line - but failed to fully answer the questions we posed.
Children across Norfolk will get the chance to improve their digital skills, after hundreds of pocket-sized, codeable computers were donated to the county’s libraries.
Firefighters were called to deal with a kitchen fire at a home in Horsham St Faith.
Emergency services were called after reports that a boy had fallen from the roof of a building in Great Yarmouth’s Regent Road.
Business secretary Greg Clark has pledged to contact bosses at the company which produces Colman’s Mustard - to try to persuade them to remain in Norfolk.
Road users have been handed a festive reprieve after council bosses imposed an embargo on non-emergency roadworks in Norwich in the run-up to Christmas.
More than £30,000 has been raised for a charity which helps young homeless people, after a record number braved freezing conditions to give it a boost.
Drivers have been urged to take extra care on the region’s roads as the days get shorter and colder as winter arrives.
People are today urged to play a vital role in shaping the future of Norwich, by helping leaders to forge a vision for what the city will be like by 2040.
The controversial Norwich Northern Distributor Road will now cost £16.5m a mile - after the bill increased to an estimated £205m.
A protest was staged on the steps of City Hall in Norwich over the impact of government cuts on disabled people.
A man has been arrested by detectives investigating nine crimes where elderly people in Norwich have had their bags snatched by a bicycle riding robber.
Fears have been raised over the future of a Norwich service which helps disabled people with employment.
A drug addict, who was taken to court for begging when he asked a Police Community Support Officer for money, died of a heroin overdose, an inquest has heard.
An inquest has been opened following the death of a 16-year-old Norwich student.
The inquest into the death of homeless man Sergiusz Meges, whose body was found in a Norwich underpass more than two years ago, can still not take place because a police investigation is continuing.
The success of Norwich’s nightlife will be officially recognised today when the city is nationally accredited with a Purple Flag.
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