August 28 2014 Latest news:
An investigation will be launched this morning to establish the cause of a blaze at a home in Watton late last night.
A charity that has helped thousands of cancer patients and their families for almost 35 years is looking to expand its network of information and support centres to other parts of Norfolk.
The price tag for upgrades to parts of the A47 could rise significantly from earlier estimates, highways bosses have revealed.
A decision over plans for 24 homes in Blofield Heath has been deferred to allow for more information and consultation about a proposed access road.
An addict put staff and customers in fear after he went on a half hour “rampage” in a Norwich pharmacy, pulling items off shelves and swinging a metal shelf around, a court heard.
The growth forecast for this year from the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has been upgraded from 3.1pc to 3.2pc - the highest since 2007.
Stunning night time photographs of north Norfolk feature in a new exhibition and book by a local lensman.
His documentaries are billed as surprising real-life stories and hard-hitting current affairs but, reports ROWAN MANTELL, one of the biggest stories he covered came as a shock even to BBC presenter David Whiteley.
The home front spirit was brought to Norfolk this weekend for a museum’s war theme weekend.
Many blues and rock bands which walked on stages in Norwich and Norfolk during the last half century or so had one thing in common – a tall, quiet guitarist by the name of Ronnie Dearing.
Bosses at Norfolk Museums Service have defended their security record, after details of further thefts from the county’s museums were revealed.
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It’s the latest internet craze that has taken the world by storm and has got celebrities such as actors Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Cruise and the First Minister of Scotland Alex Salmond chucking buckets of ice water over their heads for charity.
Norwich City will travel to Shrewsbury Town in the third round of the Capital One Cup.
The Stars failed to pick up three points for the fourth time against Swindon while their injury worries grew tonight thanks to Rory Schlein’s nasty spill.
Fifty new jobs are set to be created near Norwich as a result of the opening of a new Marks and Spencer store.