July 11 2014 Latest news:
Strong wind and rain brought a tree branch crashing down into a couple’s driveway, narrowly missing the woman below.
The University of Gloucestershire has said they are “saddened to hear” that their student, Mr Mason, lost his life after falling into a grain silo.
Two trains had to be cancelled from Norwich to London this morning after a lorry was involved in an accident with a railway bridge.
Norwich’s position as the economic engine of the county looks set to be maximised by a far-reaching blueprint to help create hundreds of new jobs, homes and businesses in the city.
Norfolk came close to another helicopter tragedy, two months before four US airmen died at Cley, when an aircraft carrying eight gas platform workers descended to within 50ft of the water.
A bookmakers has won its appeal to open another store in Great Yarmouth despite concerns the town is already saturated with betting shops.
The iconic Sheringham Little Theatre summer rep season kicks off at the end of this month with a comedy.
Yesterday, hundreds of thousands of public sector workers took industrial action.
As every mother knows, resentment burns no hotter than at the Gates of Hell, aka the school gates.
From hoards of coins and golden torcs to mysterious skeletons, the Sedgeford archaeological project has produced numerous historic artefacts from the Saxon era since it began in 1996.
Until this week, the only things Norwich City had in common with Brazil were the green and yellow kit and the round ball.
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Bare-shouldered prom princesses put on brave smiles as they arrived for Stalham High School year 11’s last hurrah in conditions more like mid September than high summer.
Norwich City’s highly-rated wide player Josh Murphy is ready to tear up the Championship.
Anthony Ogogo is looking to get up close and personal when he takes on Wayne Reed at the Echo Arena in Liverpool on Saturday night.
Customers can step back in time at the new Mash Tun pub and gin palace, formerly the Hog in Armour, in Norwich.