April 20 2014 Latest news:
A woman who died in a crash in Loddon has been named as Christine Coulton, 62, from Bowthorpe, Norwich.
A man is in hospital and police are hunting for three to four men after a stabbing in Norwich.
A 53-year-old woman fell up to 10 feet on to rock at Cromer this afternoon and has been taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital by ambulance.
The East Anglian Air Ambulance landed on Sheringham beach this afternoon to help a woman who had possibly broken an ankle.
A brave mother-of-three who lost both parents to cancer before being diagnosed with the disease herself has urged people to “check, check and check again” to spot any warning signs.
Anglian Water has signed up to an international campaign urging governments to take action on carbon emissions.
One of the giants of 1960s soul is set to appear in Lowestoft, it was revealed this week.
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.
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Police are awaiting the outcome of an investigation after a video showing alleged heavy-handed treatment by officers on a young man in Norwich’s Prince of Wales Road was posted on social media.
Liverpool chief Brendan Rodgers has backed Neil Adams to follow his lead and prove his worth at Premier League level.
Top scorer Jake Reed once again proved his worth for Lowestoft Town to keep their Ryman Premier play-off dreams alive this afternoon.
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.