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A woman in her 70s has been sexually assaulted in Norwich in what police have described as a “particularly disturbing attack”.

A male pedestrian has suffered serious head and chest injuries after a crash involving a coach in west Norfolk.

The Red Arrows will be using Norwich Airport as the base for its Clacton Airshow appearance this week.

Browse the list of companies owed money by House of Fraser – including East Anglian firms left nearly £500,000 out of pocket.

Emergency services were called after a woman collapsed on a bus.

Fans of the iconic show Friends are in for a treat as Bar and Beyond prepare for nights of TV trivia.

The secrets of Great Yarmouth’s Victorian society will be televised this week as BBC4 dig through rubbish across time.

Footage of a two vehicle collision on the Broadland Northway (NDR) emerged on YouTube recently.

A comedy sitcom based around Great Yarmouth and featuring real people as its stars is gathering pace with auditions and a read through of its darts-based plot held.

A flyby video has been released showing how Great Yarmouth’s £121m third crossing will look like once it is built and operating in 2023.

Two people have been treated for injuries following a crash near Fakenham.

A popular snooker hall which closed its doors earlier this year could be turned into flats.

Residents of Hemsby have reacted to the fire at the former Pontins site with disappointment, but not suprise.

Members of the public are being given a rare opportunity to visit Redgrave Park which includes landscapes designed by ‘Britain’s greatest gardener’ Capability Brown.

Blood donors in Norfolk are being urged to come forward ahead of new appointment slots.

A little girl and her parents have travelled all the way from Newcastle to Norfolk, to visit the county’s GoGoHares.

A pastry chef is bringing a taste of Portugal to Norfolk.

A local authority is experiencing problems with its telephone and email systems.

A Facebook group has been set-up to help reduce the number of feral chickens on a housing estate.

A poll of thousands of people has found that Norwich is more popular than major cities including Manchester and Birmingham.

A man accused of assaulting a police officer is due to appear in court this morning after being charged in connection with two burglaries in the Dereham area, as well as a number of other offences.

Commuters would not expect the everyday signs they see at their train station to be worth thousands in a few years’ time.

Plans have been submitted to restore an imposing Grade II listed building that once served as a post office and bank back to a family house.

With numbers flooding in, grades to study and percentages to consider, analysing GCSE results can be confusing. Here, we’ve picked five things to keep an eye on Thursday, the big day.

A model railway group are to hold an open day exhibition in September following its cancellation in March due to the Beast from the East.

Demolition crews have begun work at the former Pontins holiday park in Hemsby,

KPMG has been slapped with a £3m fine for misconduct in relation to audits of fashion retailer Ted Baker.

This year’s WellBeing of Women sponsored greyhound race meeting at Great Yarmouth has finally taken place after a major water leak threw a spanner in the works.

A driver was arrested after testing positive for cannabis.

Tenants have been welcomed into newly established affordable homes in Beccles and Bungay as the district council’s ambitious housing development scheme continues.

A music festival dedicated to continuing the legacy of a Lowestoft man who lost his battle with a rare type of cancer is to return this weekend.

A Norfolk man and his travelling buddy have officially set the world record for the fastest male pair to travel around the world by tandem bicycle.

A Suffolk high school has been nominated for a national award after fully embracing having a deaf pupil who uses British Sign Language (BSL).

‘Wee Willie Winkie runs through the town, upstairs and downstairs, in his nightgown.’ So goes the nursery rhyme beloved by children the world over, but, nobody probably ever imagined he was doing all that running to help Norfolk’s seals.

One of Norwich’s favourite independent opticians has undergone a store revamp, completed this week.

The firefighters who tackled the massive blaze at the former Pontins holiday park site have been thanked by Great Yarmouth MP Brandon Lewis.

Volunteers are being invited to help improve their stations as station adopters.

A historic Fakenham pub is set to reopen once again after finding new ownership.

A young boy fighting against a rare form of cancer was given a much-needed boost after receiving a video message from The Voice judge he shares his nickname with.

Car thefts in Suffolk increased by 14% last year, according to latest police figures.

Crowds flocked to an allotment club’s annual open day, as produce and plots went on show.

Gardening enthusiasts can take part in a community clean-up this week.

Bunkers Hill near Sporle was blocked on Sunday night after a car came off the road.

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