A Norwich man has been jailed after being found guilty of a number of child sex offences, including rape, dating back more than two decades.
Families will be able to raise concerns about crime in their area at meetings taking place in the next few weeks.
Members of the public have the chance to inspect the accounts of Norfolk’s chief constable and police and crime commissioner.
A campaign which helped raise more than £10,000 for a domestic violence charity following the murder of a Norwich woman is in line to scoop a national award.
A former Norwich City trainee goalkeeper who was rejected for being too short has admitted handling more than £2,500 in counterfeit bank notes, a court has heard.
A woman who died in an explosion which ripped through a supermarket in Leicester went to school and college in Norfolk, it has emerged.
Further tributes have been paid to a former Norfolk student who was killed when an explosion destroyed a supermarket in Leicester.
Police have revealed a number of laptops, cash and tills were stolen following a break-in at Currys/PC World in Norwich.
A family who were so horrified by the amount of litter they found while out sledging have helped to inspire a clean-up of a Norwich beauty spot.
A elderly woman has died in a blaze which raged at a property in Hemsby yesterday.
A pub in a village on the outskirts of Norwich will not be closing its doors despite the landlord announcing he is set to leave.
The central reservation on part of the A47 was damaged following a crash in Norwich.
Norfolk’s chief constable has condemned increases in “disgraceful” violent attacks being suffered by his officers - and has today called on the public to look beyond the uniform.
A Norwich community hall once used by veterans and their families could be taken over by a charity which helps disadvantaged young people, it has emerged.
Norwich’s life-saving SOS bus will not be out tonight - because of the weather.
The Beast from the East is still causing havoc on public transport networks across the region.
The Beast from the East might have brought chaos and disruption to the region’s road and rail networks - but it has also helped police in King’s Lynn catch some crooks.
Motorists in the county are still being urged to only travel if necessary after fresh snowfall overnight while there is also a warning for pub and club goers looking to venture out tonight.
They have had already had to contend with snow, ice and freezing conditions but now people living in the west of the county face the threat of flooding.
It’s a Godsend, literally - that is how 42-year-old homeless man Mark Stenbridge has described a new emergency shelter which has temporarily opened up at St Peter Mancroft Church during the freezing weather.
There was snow chance of children from a primary school on the outskirts of the city missing out on a puppet performance because of the freezing weather.
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