April 20 2014 Latest news:
The A47 southern bypass near Norwich has re-opened after it was partially closed because of a motorcycle crash.
Recent road closures during gas repair works in Dereham have prompted a debate over whether the town’s historic heart should be made permanently traffic-free.
Police have appealed for witnesses after a man was stabbed in the face and neck in Norwich.
Eleven people were arrested and more than 20 others issued with notices to leave Norwich’s nightclub area after a high-profile crackdown on violence and anti-social behaviour on the city’s streets.
In a month’s time I am doing a tandem skydive. As the days get nearer, excitement and nervousness grow. I don’t like heights, but I imagine I won’t have much time to be scared as we jump into the sky.
Anglian Water has signed up to an international campaign urging governments to take action on carbon emissions.
Romper, bomper, stomper, boo, tell me, tell me, tell me do... and I can still see Miss Rosalyn sitting in the nursery surrounded by boys and girls in one of the most enchanting TV shows produced by Anglia Television from its studios in Norwich.
The sound of City fans grumbling in disappointment at the midweek results was loud and clear – but it should have been belief rather than disbelief which stirred emotions.
The controversial redevelopment of the former RAF Coltishall base has hit another stumbling block, after Broadland District Council objected to a proposal to dig up part of the runway.
The only pub left in Blofield reopens today after being closed for about 18 months.
max temp: 14°C
min temp: 10°C
Hundreds of clever children have used their knowledge in a Lowestoft park to net themselves a tasty treat - a free Easter egg.
Norwich City boss Neil Adams saluted his players second half response but admitted the Canaries were below-par prior to the interval in Sunday’s 3-2 Premier League defeat against Liverpool.
The EQ Life Burnham Market Horse Trials continued with great success on Friday on the penultimate day of the event.
In architecture the ancient UK Parliament, the Palace of Westminster could not be further from the vast modern conference centre-style buildings where most MEPs have their Brussels offices.