August 23 2014 Latest news:
A man has died in a car crash at Oulton Broad.
A 48-year-old man accused of attempting to rob a Norfolk bank has appeared in court.
Relatives of chronically ill patients must be given free or cheap hospital parking under new rules announced by the Government.
A long-serving groundsman has reaped the rewards for his hard work after being recognised with a national award.
A grieving mother is demanding answers from Norfolk Police after she was not contacted by officers during a 14 hour stand-off, which ended in the death of her eldest child.
Norwich-based business supplies specialist office2office looks set to be bought by turnaround investor Endless.
The Nimmo Twins, Normal for Norfolk 12: Fritton’s Got Talent
Generations of children have discovered the joy of the natural world by building dens, concocting plant potions and tracking wildlife. ROWAN MANTELL ventured into ancient Norfolk woodland to meet the Mannington Minnows.
The final parade of hundreds of soldiers in Dereham before they headed out to the grim battlefields of the First World War will be re-enacted as part of a Norfolk museum’s Village at War weekend.
Saturday’s opponents Ipswich Town are next up in our ‘Norwich City Win, Lose or Draw’ game where Canaries fans get to pit their wits against our writers, Norwich City legends Darren Eadie, Jeremy Goss and Iwan Roberts and presenters Jake Humphrey, Simon Thomas and Chris Goreham.
Holidaymakers could soon be spending a night inside Great Yarmouth’s ancient town wall as plans to restore a medieval tower move forward.
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The proportion of Norfolk teenagers who achieved the government’s GCSE gold standard has remained static in a year which saw a sharp fall in English results across the country.
Norwich City travel to Ipswich Town today for their Championship fixture (12.15pm) and you can follow the game, and join in, at www.pinkun.com/live
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With a larder that is the envy of the rest of Britain, chefs in Norfolk never struggle to find the very best ingredients with which to create their menu. A new event for the Norfolk Food and Drink Festival aims to shine a light on the best produce in the region. stacia briggs finds out why Norfolk produce is worth shouting about.