October 25 2014 Latest news:
Norwich arts venue The Garage has come a long way since it first opened its doors in 2004.
The Earl of Wessex will meet youngsters honing their archery skills and flying down zip wires at an activity centre on his return to Norfolk.
Major plans for up to 850 homes, a new primary school, marina, retail developments and a new spine road have been resubmitted as part of an ambitious vision for south Lowestoft.
Former Norwich MP Ian Gibson would have kept his seat during the expenses scandal if there had been a proper recall mechanism in place, the UK Independence Party’s newest MP has claimed.
A former Conservative councillor looks poised to become the UK Independence Party’s candidate in its key target seat of Great Yarmouth.
Asking public on their views on which services to cut
More needs to be done to breathe fresh life into Norfolk’s high streets – that’s the overwhelming result of a new survey revealing that ever more shoppers are turning to supermarkets and out-of-town destinations to buy their food and goods.
Scores of new apprenticeships in jobs ranging from boatbuilding to policing are to be designed by employers, the government has announced.
Like most of us, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been making the most of the recent warm weather and are said to have held a family barbecue at the Sandringham Estate last Saturday (June 21).
Troops from the 1st Battalion, The Royal Anglian Regiment are training in a desolate area of the Kenyan bush. In his final special report from the Vikings’ isolated camps, CHRIS HILL hears of the soldiers’ experiences in Africa and their messages to loved ones back home.
They are in different parts of the county, but the villages of Chedgrave and Mattishall have one unusual characteristic in common that distinguishes them from most other Norfolk communities – neither has a war memorial to honour their dead lost in the two world wars.