April 21 2014 Latest news:
Motorists are being warned it is expected to be a busy day on the region’s roads today as families head back home from their Easter getaways.
Councils have paid out more than £2m in compensation to staff who successfully claimed they were victims of psychological abuse, assaults, trips and other workplace injuries, new figures have revealed.
Skin cancer cases in the east of England have more than doubled over the last 20 years, new figures out today show.
The withdrawal of all UK troops from Afghanistan is set to complete this year, but for many of them a personal battle will continue at home. Help For Heroes bosses have spoken of the challenges in providing welfare for those who have given so much already. Sam Russell reports, in the first of a three-day series.
Norwich’s Anglia Square is on the brink of being sold, but mystery surrounds the identity of the prospective buyer of the shopping centre.
Norfolk businesses have been given the royal seal of approval for their remarkable achievement in overseas trade.
A comedy based on the works of Noël Coward will be returning to Norfolk from London’s West End.
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The sound of City fans grumbling in disappointment at the midweek results was loud and clear – but it should have been belief rather than disbelief which stirred emotions.
A Dereham woman’s 18-month campaign to honour her uncle’s shocking wartime sacrifice has finally succeeded after his name was added to a Yorkshire memorial.
The only pub left in Blofield reopens today after being closed for about 18 months.
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A childhood spent bug-hunting on Mousehold Heath helped pave the way for Jess French to present a new CBeebies TV show.
After the applause came the crushing realisation Norwich City’s brave stand against the Premier League champions-elect had done nothing to alleviate their own suffering.
Wymondham trainer Caroline Fryer hopes to continue a fine season at Fakenham this afternoon where she tries to repeat her success at the same meeting last season.
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.