It was buy one get one free for police in Diss tonight, after seizing two motorcycles.
Signed Norwich City shirts have raised more than £3,000 for the UK’s largest Armed Forces charity, The Royal British Legion.
A teenager has been freed after becoming stuck in a swing in Horsford.
What is believed to be one of the very last Railway Institutes in the UK still being used for its original purpose is in danger of closure.
The Lord Mayor and Sheriff of Norwich have shown their support for Norfolk domestic abuse charity Leeway.
When Florence Williams was born, the nation was embarking on the First World War.
RAF Honington, home of the RAF Force Protection Force, hosted the finals of the Provost Marshal Military Working Dogs Trials yesterday.
Work being completed by Power Networks UK to take down 15 pylons and 4.5km of overhead power lines from the Norwich skylines is on course to be completed next month.
A man from Redlingfield is to walk 30 miles along the Suffolk Coastal Path, from Lowestoft to Aldeburgh, to raise money for charity.
Budding firefighters will have the chance to go behind the scenes at an open day hosted by Wymondham Fire Station.
They are the pieces of equipment located around our towns and villages that are able to save someone’s life should they go into cardiac arrest.
One of East Anglians most celebrated painters and sculptors will be displaying her work at The Corn Hall in Diss.
Prisoners at Norwich jail who have been training dogs have received further funding from a city club.
A children’s charity has pulled out of creating a new children’s home in a Norfolk village after coming under pressure from residents, a Norfolk councillor has said.
Workers and residents are being reminded by Norfolk Fire & Rescue Service the importance of ensuring fire doors fitted at buildings across the county are kept shut.
A new half-time challenge is coming to Carrow Road.
A volunteer has been given a special award for her work at a Brundall charity shop.
A Norwich woman has won a national competition to win the price back of her car.
Volunteers at a Norwich supermarket have raised hundreds of pounds for charity.
More than a thousand youngsters from across Norwich will be taught the dangers of getting too close to electrical equipment during a week-long event at the Norfolk Showground.
A Norwich youth charity is giving a helping hand to the community buy opening its doors to people with dementia.
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