September 20 2014 Latest news:
Norwich arts venue The Garage has come a long way since it first opened its doors in 2004.
A pioneering scheme to breathe new life into neglected ponds across Norfolk began this week at Beckett’s Farm near Baconsthorpe in north Norfolk.
Some of the hardest to reach homes and businesses in Breckland look set to welcome better broadband connection speeds after the Government agreed to match fund a commitment made by the district council.
Two of the regions ports that were damaged during the tidal surge last December have received grants from the government.
Taxpayers have been left in the lurch after the government’s “scandalous” move to pull out of a deal to help the county build an incinerator, an influential group of MPs has found.
A review of more than 100 polling stations across Breckland will have to be carried out ahead of next year’s elections, after a new pattern of council wards was drawn up.
A consultation has opened into plans to extend the Overgound line to Barking Riverside in one of the first clear signs that the vital infrastructure development will go ahead.
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.
Crowds lined St Peters street today as Norwich held its first event to commemorate the Battle of Britain.
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.
A Norwich schoolgirl has gained an A-grade in her Russian GCSE – six years before most children even sit the exam.