November 24 2014 Latest news:
East Anglia has been drying out after the deluge of the weekend but after the problem of localised flooding subsides there were fresh fears of dense fog descending over the region.
A four-acre site between Brundall and Blofield has been bought by a parish council and is to become a community nature reserve.
Norfolk could see a ban on the launch of sky lanterns and mass release of balloons from county council-owned land.
Broads lovers will soon be able to enjoy more of the stunning waterways as new access to the water is unveiled this week.
Norwich’s horticultural champions were honoured for their efforts at a special presentation ceremony.