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A video has emerged online showing MP Clive Lewis swigging a can of alcohol and making a lewd comment while on stage at an event.

A woman who was rescued from a lake at the University of East Anglia in Norwich earlier this week has been identified.

A long-running saga over whether a town’s two car parks would be kept free to use has come to an end - thanks to a helping hand.

The boss behind a drugs gang responsible for trafficking around £250,000 worth of crack cocaine and heroin into Great Yarmouth and bringing misery to its streets has been jailed for eight years.

The next steps have been taken in the construction of the “missing link” of the Norwich Northern Distributor Road, despite some councillors withdrawing their support at the last minute.

A woman injured by a mobility scooter has spoken of her devastating injuries and stolen independence.

The region’s mental health trust has appointed an interim director of nursing, quality and patient safety.

A Lowestoft offshore specialist has landed a £3m contract with one of the UK’s biggest wind farms.

A thick pall of smoke was seen rising over Costessey.

The region’s newest cinema is putting the finishing touches together for its grand opening.

The Gary Barlow concert at Thetford Forest is now sold out after fans quickly snapped up tickets.

Norwich’s SOS Bus will be based in a new location, thanks to a partnership with the city’s biggest nightclub.

An innovative East Anglian farm manager has won a national award in recognition of his efforts to broaden industry understanding through crop trials and performance monitoring.

Around 10,000 Broads boaters could face a 3pc tolls increase for 2018/19 period following a vote by the Broads Authority Navigation Committee.

Twenty staff who help provide affordable homes for those in need are sleeping rough for one night to raise awareness of homelessness and fundraise for the Norfolk and Suffolk charity Benjamin Foundation.

The agricultural industry has been a staple in Norfolk for hundreds of years. As modern technology improves and our scientific understanding grows so to does the industry.

Vandals have attempted to break into the rugby club in Dereham and in the process caused minor criminal damage.

One of the themes of this year’s Norwich Festival is solving problems with science.

Living and working in Suffolk, Ipswich Town fan Matthew Wylds thought his love for the Tractor Boys would be shared by many.

Nigeria’s Nollywood film industry is one of the biggest in the world, and one of its latest movies has actually been shot in Norfolk and Suffolk.

Public outcry over plans to sell a popular car park has convinced at least one councillor that the proposal may be misguided.

A Brundall school pupil has received a motivational letter from Norwich City manager Daniel Farke.

Just over a year after launching a campaign to repair their leaking roof, the team at Pakefield’s Seagull Theatre are over the moon with the generous support they have received and are already starting work to rejuvenate the venue.

Companies in the east’s energy industry have been reassured that the door remains open to government agreeing a support package for the sector, in a deal which would make the region a national exemplar.

The East of England’s combined pothole problem drills down almost three kilometres deep, which is almost 17 times the depth of the English Channel (174m), a new study has found.

A new partnership with a nearby school could be the start of improvements at a junior school in mid-Norfolk.

Six superheroes have joined a Norfolk school to inspire a set of skills in its youngsters.

The long-running saga over the future of the world’s most widely-used weed-killers could finally be resolved next week – and it could potentially have a profound effect on East Anglian agriculture.

A Great Yarmouth primary school will close next August, it has been confirmed.

Transport workers union the RMT is to call for train operator Greater Anglia to be stripped of its franchise at a meeting in Norwich tonight.

Two Community First Responders (CFR) have praised the landlords and patrons of a pub for their fundraising efforts to help buy medical equipment.

An NHS Action group will visit Dereham ahead of plans to sell off nearly six acres of land at the town’s hospital.

A primary school has received a seal of approval from Ofsted as part of its first inspection since becoming an academy.

It might not be as famous as some of its competitors, but the Regal Movieplex Cinema, tucked away in Hans Place in Cromer town centre, has been nominated as best cinema for a national industry award.

Blickling has a famous ghost – more about her another day – but other spirits have made the hall their home, including the man whose ancestor built the Jacobethan mansion.

Securing international pharmaceutical contracts led to a strong year for medical device manufacturer Bespak, with revenue topping £120m.

Leon Mallett returned to his childhood school for a special lunch time performance.

A mid-Norfolk museum of local history has again received full arts council accreditation.

Market traders are rejoicing after councillors listened to their pleas to slash their rents.

A quay area of Beccles is set to be transferred into the hands of its town council.

Work at restoring the Acle Bridge moorings site is progressing well, the Broads Authority has said.

Interest rates are going to rise – protect yourself now.

Network Rail is carrying out nine days of intensive engineering works to upgrade signals on the Norwich to Lowestoft and Norwich to Great Yarmouth routes, starting this weekend.

A Wymondham school has been recognised for its work supporting students’ emotional wellbeing.

Road bosses have put in plans to restrict part of a Gorleston road to motorists and introduce 30mph limits to the surrounding area.

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