April 18 2014 Latest news:
One person has died, and two people are fighting for their lives, following a crash between three cars on the A146 near Loddon.
The controversy over plans for a new Tesco store in Pakefield took a dramatic twist yesterday when a senior council officer concluded a decision to halt the company’s proposals should be quashed.
Two people were taken to hospital after a head on collision involving a lorry and a car, which happened just after 2pm near the Crown Inn and the junction with Station Road.
There was a point in time when it seemed nothing could stop Tesco tightening its grip on the UK grocery market.
Police are appealing for information from the public in their search for a missing 65-year-old woman.
A Cambridgeshire transport firm aims to win new business on the strength of achieving a prestigious British Retail Consortium (BRC) accreditation.
From traditional Easter egg hunts to pirate fun, a wealth of events are taking place across the region this weekend.
MARK NICHOLLS discovers how parts of Thetford Forest are being returned to natural Brecks heathland to encourage the amazing stone curlew and other wildlife
Norwich City must thwart the most fearsome strike pairing in Europe this weekend but Neil Adams’ brave approach at Fulham was a positive opening gambit in attempting to address his club’s meagre output.
A ring belonging to a wealthy 16th- century Londoner and former Sheriff of Norfolk, who owned the land where Buckingham Palace now stands, has been found in a south Norfolk field.
A famous Norfolk pub that was closed for 18 months is back in business, and hundreds of customers were welcomed back at its reopening.
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A greylag goose has been adopted by a flock of sheep, instead of flying off to far-flung shores on migration.
Sunday’s opponents Liverpool are next up in our ‘Norwich City Win, Lose or Draw’ game where Canaries fans get to pit their wits against our writers and columnists.
Lowestoft Town’s play-off hopes suffered a blow at Grays last night as they had to settle for a point in Essex.
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.