March 9 2014 Latest news:
Don’t say it too loudly, but it is starting to look as if spring has finally sprung.
Three motorcycles and a car have crashed on the A149 in King’s Lynn.
A football match between Norfolk’s MPs and Associates and The Norfolk Emergency Services will take place today, raising money for the EDP Norfolk and Lowestoft Flood Appeal and those affected by the December tidal surge.
Rail operators Abellio Greater Anglia are expected to publish a list this evening of tomorrow’s train cancellations caused by a bird strike which has put a train out of action.
A black Ford has overturned and crashed onto a grass verge causing delays on the A11 between Attleborough and Wymondham this morning.
An Alzheimer’s charity has joined the praise for Norwich City following the support shown by the club to Canaries hero Duncan Forbes before the Stoke City game.
Based in Norwich’s Cathedral Close it is a legal firm with a history and tradition dating back to the 19th century,
Headteacher Robin Gainher said the 12-year-old Beeston Hall student was discharged after some observations and is “fit and raring to go”.
Norfolk’s long and distinguished naval and air force history is destined to come together in the new RAF Marham-based Lightning II strike aircraft, which will operate from land bases and aircraft carriers. Set to be deployed in the county from 2018, preparations re already under way at Marham to receive the new warplane. As the base gears up for the next generation of military strike aircraft, MarK NICHOLLS focuses on the county’s illustrious past as a naval and air power in a six-part series specially-commissioned for the Eastern Daily Press.
RAF Marham played host to personnel from the French air force as they took part in training sorties.
A man who went missing from his Blofield home has been found.
The Conservatives have won the West Norfolk Council Burnham by-election, with a late councillor’s daughter succeeding him.
It was a school reunion as unique as the student at the centre of all the attention – as a recovering Watton teenager returned to meet up with friends a few months after doctors said he would die from his illness.
The government has said the interim governors of a school at the centre of an academisation row do have the power to apply for it to change status.
A regional poultry apprenticeship academy for the east of England has attracted support from across the industry.