March 17 2014 Latest news:
RAF veteran Duncan Slater made a return visit to a north Suffolk school today to give youngsters a taste of what it was like to take part in the charity expedition to the South Pole with Prince Harry.
An extra £140m has been found in Treasury coffers for flood repairs and protection, the Chancellor will announce on Wednesday.
Thousands of Norfolk’s young people have voted in a record turn-out for the county’s youth parliament elections - which put voting in the county council elections in the shade.
A man in his late 20s has been taken to hospital after a car went into a ditch in Colney.
More than a quarter-of-a-million pounds could be spent on a traffic shake-up in two Norwich streets in an attempt to make them safer for cyclists.
Norwich employment agency Stafforce has announced plans to extend the reach of its apprenticeship training agency (ATA) across Norfolk, aiming for 100 new placements with small and medium sized firms this year.
Robin Cousins brings his spectacular ice extravangza, frighteningly precocious comic Seann Walsh returns and there is a true reggae legend. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this week.
A new event celebrating food and drink from around the world is being staged in Norwich city centre this summer and pitches are now being reserved for local traders and producers.
All roads surrounding Gillingham’s helicopter crash site have now reopened after specialists spent the weekend working to remove the aircraft.
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The recovery effort is continuing at Gillingham as air crash investigators begin to remove the wreckage of the helicopter.
The saddest indictment of a dispiriting Premier League defeat on the south coast was the sense Norwich City’s players did not care.
King’s Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell has paid tribute to Dan Quigley following the 2-0 defeat at FC United of Manchester.