April 18 2014 Latest news:
He began his career at the Lloyds branch in Gentleman’s Walk, Norwich, in what he describes as the ‘Captain Mainwaring era of banking’. Thirty-eight years on, Graham Lindsay’s role as a group director sees him striving to restore some of the traditional values that existed when he started. Stephen Pullinger reports.
Bosses on the £102m A11 dualling scheme are hoping for the sun to keep shining as the project enters the home stretch.
The writer of the hit film Four Weddings and a Funeral has hinted he may have a wedding of his own on the horizon.
Mental health bosses have admitted that it has taken almost a year to properly record the performance of a patient referral service.
A radical shake-up is on the cards for how decisions which affect hundreds of thousands of people in Norfolk are made - after proposals were published to overhaul the way Norfolk County Council works.