October 2 2014 Latest news:
Support for a new 4,500-seat entertainment venue in Norwich has flooded in with excited fans enthused by the prospect of watching acts such as Ed Sheeran, Peter Kaye and Sarah Millican in their home county.
Flood-hit Norwich residents have been urged to get their applications in for emergency funding before a grant scheme comes to a close this week.
Staff at a Norwich furniture shop have bounced back to reopen the store after suffering two devastating floods earlier this summer.
Tributes have been paid to a forgotten American hero who helped save 18 lives in Hunstanton during the East Coast floods in 1953.
Urgent repair work has started at the RSPB’s flagship Titchwell Marsh nature reserve in West Norfolk to protect it against future floods.
A clay bank protecting an iconic feature of the north Norfolk coastline is being remodelled in a bid to defend the area during future floods.
After more than six weeks of construction, it took just an hour for the water to reach the banks of the longest stretch of man-made river in the UK.
Flash flooding has caused problems on a number of Norfolk roads this evening and created headaches for train travellers.
The Old Rectory in Buckenham - once owned by a reverend who was so successful he had a pulpit installed in his garden so he could preach to the masses who would come from far and wide - is for sale for £765,000 with Savills.