Ram raiders who stole a police van and targeted three Norwich businesses have caused thousands of pounds worth of damage.
A high school in the Broads could make the move towards becoming an academy as part of its bid to earning an outstanding rating.
It’s likely to be a frosty weekend across the region - but forecasters say the chances of snow remain slim.
A project encouraging men to talk about their mental health has won a national award.
Youngsters from a handful of Norwich schools under one academy trust met to spend a day singing festive tunes.
A month-long drive to reduce stigma around men’s mental wellbeing has been launched by theatre and council bosses.
In a week of stories putting the spotlight on Cromer, education correspondent Lauren Cope talks to headteachers about the ongoing work at its schools.
A Taverham school choir has worked with a Ugandan charity to sponsor a 19-year-old orphan.
A national furniture chain which has a store and its head office in Norfolk is looking for a buyer after calling in administrators.
A fire crew has been called to help a Norwich city centre restaurant secure a flag pole in windy weather.
The education watchdog is hosting an online conference for school governors in the east.
All over Norfolk and Suffolk, women are changing lives.
A cookery roadshow encouraging families to whip up more seafood dishes will arrive in Norfolk this month.
Plans to create a new nursery in Norfolk have inched closer after building work began.
Art, pottery, jewellery and decorations will be on sale at a Norwich high school’s Christmas market.
A junior school in Norfolk which provides a “stimulating” place to learn has been told it is still a good school.
A website which offers advice for parents in Norfolk is to host its largest meet-up.
A doctor had advised that an elderly woman should stay in hospital for her own safety less than a day before her body was found in a ditch.
The chief executive of a Norfolk academy trust has announced his retirement after 15 years in local education.
Leaders at a high school have been told they are not taking effective action to shake off special measures.
Charities in the region have warned that bullying is leaving more young people with serious mental health issues, as figures point to a steep rise in cyber abuse.
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