July 26 2014 Latest news:
The sun came out and so did the crowds as Wymondham carnival made its long-awaited return after more than 20 years.
Dereham shooter Michael Gault made Commonwealth Games history today when he won bronze for England in the 10-metre air pistol event.
Aviation enthusiasts have got more than four hours of flying displays to look forward to this weekend when the Old Buckenham Airshow takes place.
Samba drums sounded as dancers shimmied through a sun-drenched Norwich city centre, leading thousands on the sixth annual Pride procession.
Norwich City midfielder Leroy Fer married his long-term girlfriend Xenia Schipaanboord in Norwich today.
Almost 200 years after it was built, supporters of Thurne Mill have abseiled off the top to help keep the sails turning.
Former curator of Sheringham Museum Peter Brooks has died aged 86.
All businesses have one thing in common – people.
Like thousands of other music fans, Ollie Towler-Jones was looking forward to seeing headliner Damon Albarn at this year’s Latitude Festival.
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.
Police investigating a theft at a supermarket have released on bail two people they arrested.
The number of lorries which will carry Norfolk waste to be burned in Suffolk is so “insignificant” there was no need for an assessment on how it will affect A140 traffic, council bosses have said.
Hospital bosses pledged to increase capacity by the end of the year after receiving a £2.5m investment to ease growing demand at the region’s busiest Accident and Emergency department.
A good Ofsted made the last day of term extra special for staff and students at Southtown Infants School.
A beauty spot where two men drowned last summer will be patrolled 24/7 from Monday.
Coastal campaigners have been dealt a blow in their mission to protect Hemsby’s fragile beach after their bid for £2.3m of funding was turned down.
Airmen from RAF Marham are preparing to embark on their final tour of duty of Afghanistan as Britain gets ready to pull out its troops after 13 years of sacrifice and heroism.