A man deliberately drove his Audi at three men as they crossed a city centre street, throwing one of them into air and leaving him with life-changing injuries, a court heard.
Fire crews were called to a house fire in Norwich on Friday night.
The union representing ambulance crews in our region has called on chiefs to buy new jackets for staff for the winter months.
The man convicted of the brutal murder of his former partner Kerri McAuley is to have his appeal against sentence heard later this month, it has emerged.
It’s not the obvious choice of venue, but a man proposed to his betrothed in a vaping shop in North Walsham.
More than 100 people braved the cold to get a small idea of what it is like to be homeless on the streets of Norwich.
The case of a former soldier from Cringleford accused of the murder of an 83-year old dog walker has been adjourned at Norwich Crown Court.
The controversial Norwich Northern Distributor Road will now cost £16.5m a mile - after the bill increased to an estimated £205m.
Confetti canons, a snow machine and a parade of youngsters riding decorated bikes and scooters helped fill Sheringham folk with festive spirit, at the town’s annual Christmas lights switch-on.
A construction leader has called for the CITB’s proposals to be given a chance to succeed for the good of the industry.
Biscuits and chocolate are out and apples and carrots are in. That was the message given to young children at a north Norfolk school, as obesity rates and inactivity levels among youngsters reach epic proportions.
A group of campaigners have expressed their anger after a meeting about a proposed development in Dereham has been postponed.
An East Anglian network promoting equality in the technology industry will hold its awards ceremony later this month.
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The family of an Alzheimer’s sufferer believed to be the victim of an early morning hit-and-run are appealing to the public for more information.
Voters in Suffolk can see which of their elected representatives are Freemasons - but the public in Norfolk can not.
Another retail record is anticipated on this year’s Black Friday as Britons shrug off the constraints of tightened household budgets.
Morgan, a mum from Downham Market, was a big spender with thousands of pounds of debt. Now she budgets, and blogs tips for frugal families
Work has started on the £10m EACH nook hospice in Framingham Earl, which will replace Quidenham. Sophie Wyllie spoke to a couple who helped set it up.