April 16 2014 Latest news:
A police helicopter is currently out over the Golden Triangle area of Norwich.
A Norfolk flower firm has today been found not guilty of corporate manslaughter but guilty of failing to ensure the safety of an employee at Norwich Crown Court after a worker was electrocuted.
A 25-mile stretch of the Norfolk coast will soon open to ramblers, becoming part of the longest natural trail in England it has been announced.
A city teenager could be facing jail after pleading guilty to making a hoax bomb threat concerning Norwich’s Castle Mall shopping centre.
The parents of distraught two-year-old Olive Maisie are appealing for help in finding Foo Foo, her soft toy rabbit, lost in the centre of Norwich yesterday.
Regional banking chiefs have issued a rallying call to businesses urging them to “convert confidence into investment” to help generate tangible business growth.
A Norwich theatre is getting ready to welcome a special festival of opera featuring two of German composer Wagner’s epic works this summer.
MARK NICHOLLS discovers how parts of Thetford Forest are being returned to natural Brecks heathland to encourage the amazing stone curlew and other wildlife
You can almost see it now. Stephen Fry is considering what to do next after the shambles that was Norwich City’s performance against West Brom.
The contribution a Dereham man made to a secret service during the Second World War has been recognised in a new publication.
Are the children driving you potty over the Easter holiday? The Great British Chefs have provided three recipes to get them into the kitchen and keep them busy.
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A barge carrying thousands of tonnes of granite from Norway has moored off the Norfolk coast as a multi-million pound project to build new sea defences at Hopton gets under way.
Paul Lambert’s former Norwich City coaching duo Ian Culverhouse and Gary Karsa have been suspended by Aston Villa pending an internal investigation.
Lowestoft Town kept their play-off hopes alive at Crown Meadow tonight, beating lowly Enfield Town 2-0.
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.