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A 57-hour weather warning for snow in Norfolk and Suffolk has said that some rural communities could be cut off.

Mystery continues to surround the future of a Norwich pub which stands empty at a beauty spot in the Lakenham area.

Student rugby players donned colourful dresses and took to the pitch for a very special charity match in memory of one of their own.

A school has been deemed inadequate after inspectors identified an inconsistent quality of teaching and a lack of opportunity for pupils to fulfil their potential.

A man has been injured after being hit by a car in Attleborough.

A driver found to be over the drink drive limit has had lucky escape after being involved in a serious crash on their way to work this morning.

Almost one in 10 parents in Norfolk and Suffolk turned down the flu vaccination for their children this winter.

Emergency services have been called to a crash at Morton on the Hill.

Two Norwich men were involved in a fraud which netted more than £800,000 from hundreds of unsuspecting timeshare owners, a court has heard.

Preparations are being made to see if Great Yarmouth could hold four weekends of festive fun at Christmas time - at a provisional cost of £148,000.

About 6,000 people have signed an online petition pleading for a well-used coastal bus service to be saved.

The environmental sciences school at a Norwich university has been presented a top honour in the Queen’s name.

An exhibition of packaging designs for Japanese liquor sake have marked a collaboration between students in Norwich and the Asian country.

Pupils from around Norfolk and Suffolk took part in the Young Enterprise Norfolk scheme, which saw them run their own business for a year.

A mid Norfolk village left with no amenities for five years now has its local pub back.

Work is under way on a multimillion pound building for science and engineering subjects at a Norwich university.

People are being urged to stop dropping chewing gum on the streets of Norwich after a noticeable rise in the city.

Platinum-selling singer-songwriter James Arthur could play a second gig in Norfolk as tickets for a performance this summer have nearly sold out.

A college is searching for an experienced partner to manage and operate its three nurseries in Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth.

A church whose community bus was vandalised has launched a crowdfunding page.

Inspiring young people from across the county will be recognised at the inaugural Norfolk Youth Awards at OPEN in Norwich on Wednesday evening. Here is a run down of the shortlisted nominees.

A Norwich singer who performed a Disney song for his blind audition is set to battle it out in the next round of The Voice.

Work on a £135m upgrade at RAF Marham is not affected by one of its contractors putting parts of its business into administration.

Homes in the most rural parts of Norfolk have been promised superfast broadband by 2020, by the culture secretary.

A woman who was reported missing from south Norfolk has been found.

It has been 10 years since The Old Rock Shop Bistro opened in Cromer, so a group of friends decided to get physical to celebrate.

Teachers from across the region met at a Thorpe school to share experience and best practice.

The lower floor of a Norwich shopping was turned into a craft zone for pre-school children.

The Lowestoft Friends group of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) has set a date for its annual quiz night in aid of the charity.

Last autumn, ofo launched its bike share scheme in Norwich. Reporter JACOB MASSEY will be using the bikes to get around the city for one week.

A marine survey vessel has been carrying out repairs to a tidal guage.

Artist Juliet Goodden’s latest exhibition is packed full of colourful art with an important meassage - It’s Better When We Listen.

The growing problem of homelessness and rough sleeping is to be tacked with a £1.5m fund from Norfolk County Council (NCC).

Stephen Fry has received warm wishes from famous fans after he announced he had undergone surgery for prostate cancer in a plea for “men of a certain age” to get themselves tested.

From the smallest of books to the heaviest of tomes, a special exhibition at Norwich Cathedral’s Library is putting a spotlight on size.

A service was held at Norwich Cathedral marking the 25th anniversary of the bishop’s enthronement.

Easy does it! A mill on the Norfolk Broads has been fitted with new sails as part of a National Trust restoration project.

Proposals to restore Lowestoft’s Town Hall as a potential new home for the record office have been unanimously backed by councillors.

People have just over a week left to have their say over a multi-million pound shake-up in how traffic uses the Prince of Wales Road area of Norwich.

Twenty people have been fined in a crackdown on littering in the Fens.

Police have seized a quantity of drugs, cash and a number of mobile phones in King’s Lynn.

A doctoral research student from Great Yarmouth will be travelling to London to present his chemistry research to a range of politicians and a panel of expert judges.

Reports of serious sex offences rose by more than a third across Suffolk last year – and fewer than one in 10 were solved.

A charity which supports families and victims of domestic abuse across Waveney has been inundated with calls for support.

A new ‘mixed martial arts’ gymnasium could be heading to Norwich, if plans to convert a warehouse on a Norwich industrial estate gets the go-ahead.

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