The terrorist who carried out the Westminster attack served time in a Norfolk prison and had a string of criminal convictions.

Take That’s new album Wonderland is released today ahead of their UK tour which will see the band come to Norwich for the first time.

Operation Gravity not only targets the most serious offenders involved in dealing and transporting Class A drugs into and around Norfolk, it also works with partners to protect those most vulnerable to drug abuse and exploitation.

Religious leaders in Norfolk have united in condemnation of the suspected terror attack at Westminster.

Policing plans in Norfolk and Suffolk are being reviewed following the suspected terror attack at Westminster.

Officers from Norfolk Constabulary have been left “shocked and saddened” by the death of Pc Keith Palmer who was killed in a suspected terror attack in Westminster.

The new Ukip leader spoke to a crowd of supporters in Great Yarmouth.

More than 22 police officers raided three Norwich homes this morning as they attempt to rid the region of Class A drugs and stamp out gangs from London preying on vulnerable people in the area.

Friends and family will step out in memory of a much-loved Norwich mum on what would have been her 38th birthday, to raise money for charity and awareness of the deadly disease that claimed her life.

Six people were arrested when police raided three alleged drug hotspots in Norwich this morning in connection with Operation Gravity.

As frontman of American rock band The Hold Steady, Craig Finn has performed in cities and towns all over the globe.

Waveney MP Peter Aldous has expressed defiance following the attack on Westminster, saying terrorists should not be allowed to undermine our democracy.

He has brought the culinary delights of his tropical island to the tastebuds of East Anglia.

“We are not afraid, our hearts are with you”. This was the simple message next to flowers by the police cordon which sealed off the vast crime scene which Westminster has become.

Norfolk stands in solidarity with those affected by the London terror attack in the heart of the capital, and praises the heroes from our emergency services.

A Bergh Apton couple visiting London to receive a Countryside Alliance award for their farm shop business have described walking just metres from the spot where a suspected assailant was shot dead at Westminster yesterday afternoon.

Rail passengers are facing disruption on the Norwich to London line this morning.

Seven people have been arrested in raids in London, Birmingham and elsewhere linked to the Westminster terror attack, police have revealed.

A Norfolk firm is hoping to put the county “firmly on the whisky map” with its launch of a new bottle range.

A Norwich man has told of the devastation he witnessed in the aftermath of a terror attack in London this afternoon.

There is significant travel disruption in central London as officers from the Metropolitan Police have shut down Westminster in the wake of what is being described as a “terror incident”.

First time runners to experienced race-goers will be pulling on their trainers next month for the world-famous London Marathon.

Eyewitnesses around the Houses of Parliament in London have described the scene at what police are calling a “serious incident” where an officer has been stabbed.

Two English teachers from Norfolk have decided to address the problem of language gaps between pupils from differing economic backgrounds by developing a ground breaking classroom resource.

Profits at Savills edged up last year, despite the upmarket estate agent flagging a Brexit hit to UK sales at both its residential and commercial units.

Out with the old. In with the new. Norwich City have made it clear the new look football structure marks a radical departure. Paddy Davitt assesses who could fit the bill for the key post of head coach.

Michael Calvin’s excellent book, ‘The Nowhere Men’ charted the role of the football scout.

Tour dance captain Jamie Wilkin is in charge of the dance numbers in the ABBA mega-musical still packing them in at the Norwich Theatre Royal.

The pensions minister has sparked an angry response after claiming he finds it hard to believe that 1950s-born women could have planned for retirement at 60 without checking that was when they would get their state pension.

A cyclist whose young son got “exemplary care” will be taking on the challenge of a lifetime this June to raise funds for the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital charity to say thank you.

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