July 31 2014 Latest news:
Crowds enjoying the Lord Mayor’s procession near to Norwich Cathedral received a shock when a wedding car suddenly joined the celebrations.
Norwich’s troop of apes were the stars of last summer and their mythological successors look like they could be on track to be an even bigger success story.
A decision to invest £950,000 of public money to improve Breckland’s broadband infrastructure prompted a “town versus country” argument among councillors.
Great Yarmouth-based energy services company 3sun Group has been awarded a marine operations and management contract by Statoil worth £1m.
The number of lorries which will carry Norfolk waste to be burned in Suffolk is so “insignificant” there was no need for an assessment on how it will affect A140 traffic, council bosses have said.
With UKIP fielding candidates in all 13 of the seats in the Great Yarmouth Borough Council elections, Nigel Farage’s party could cause a major shake up on the east coast.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson visited Barking Riverside this morning, to launch a set of capital-wide infrastructure requirements for the next half-century.
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.
A Royal British Legion supporter will be cycling 100 miles on Monday to mark the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War.
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.
Soldiers’ families went through hell during the Great War, forever waiting for news from the trenches.
The new head teacher at Great Yarmouth’s first primary academy has pledged to build on its success as he prepares to take the reins.