March 11 2014 Latest news:
A man who died after a speedboat capsized off Lowestoft is believed to be from the Great Yarmouth area, it has been revealed.
An investigation is beginning this morning after a Norfolk fire station, which had a brand new fire engine inside, was destroyed in a blaze.
Rail union leader Bob Crow has died, it has been announced.
Two more arrests have been made in a fraud and money laundering probe in Norfolk, which has already seen a serving policewoman arrested.
Victims of crime in Norfolk have been awarded compensation payments of up to £370,000 for injuries including a broken arm, collapsed lung, and even serious brain damage, new figures have revealed.
A theatrical display of fashion and 18th-century style transformed Norwich Puppet Theatre at the second main show of Norwich Fashion Week 2014. Vintage fashion from some of the top vintage boutiques and designers in Norfolk had an avant garde feel, with many outfits looking like works of art on the stage.
Infrastructure specialists Lafarge Tarmac is recruiting 10 apprentices in Norfolk as part of nationwide drive to bring more young people into business.
Happy Days are here again with the 1970s TV favourites turned into a musical, The Bible gets the Reduced Shakespeare Company treatment and Katherine Ryan heads to Yarmouth. SIMON PARKIN picks six things not to miss this week.
Yesterday marked the celebration of World Book Day, where authors and schools around the world worked together to promote the importance of reading - and home-made fancy dress.
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Search and rescue teams have recovered a boat from the sea off Lowestoft.
Prince of the pitch and statistics supremo Stephen Hagon has just notched up his 900th football match with the North-East Norfolk League.
Chris Hughton has backed captain Seb Bassong to prove his worth over Norwich City’s Premier League run-in.
Bold plans to get another 4,000 people playing tennis regularly are being put into place in Norfolk.