March 10 2014 Latest news:
A woman was taken to hospital with a potentially serious head injury after a Norwich car crash.
Cromer’s new town-centre pedestrian crossing has left residents and visitors feeling baffled, bothered, bewildered – and very underwhelmed.
A government programme to improve mobile phone coverage across the country has identified 12 parts of Norfolk where no mobile emergency signal exists.
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Our readers have narrowly backed the idea of a shorter summer holiday for Norfolk schools, after headteachers revealed they were considering re-organising the school year.
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.
The UK economy will exceed its pre-recession peak by the summer, according to upgraded forecasts from a leading business lobby group today.
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.
Lord Sugar has told his 3.3 million Twitter followers about his sadness at the number of squashed toads in Great Massingham.
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A volunteer choir filled a Dereham church with hours of music as their sponsored “hymnathon” raised money for new lighting in the medieval building.
Harry Potters, Where’s Wallys, princesses and Mad Hatters could be seen heading to classrooms across the county this week as schools got in the spirit of World Book Day.
Norwich City’s battle for Premier League survival is also the story of a fight they are waging from within.
Both teams could find themselves in hot water following angry scenes at the end of this Northern Premier Division fixture at The Walks on Saturday.