A school’s £200,000 expansion to help deal with a town-wide chronic shortage of nursery places has been welcomed by the area’s MP.

A Suffolk poultry plant is among more facilities owned by the UK’s biggest supplier of supermarket chicken to be inspected amid food safety and hygiene concerns within the company.

We need some food, plenty of dog biscuits - and I could do with a nice new warm, fluffy blanket...

An array of events are taking place across Norwich and beyond to celebrate Norfolk Black History Month this October.

Two school friends have said spending part of their summer teaching English to children in Bali was so inspiring they are now planning another trip.

A park home and lodge manufacturer near Thetford has been named in a list of influential companies, compiled by the London Stock Exchange Group, for the second consecutive year.

A Norfolk spirits producer has named an award-winning chef from the county as its first brand ambassador.

Firefighters from Norfolk stations will no longer respond to medical emergencies, raising fears lives could be put at risk.

It’s well established that bird migration is one of the great marvels of the natural world - but studies in a Suffolk seaside town are showing that it’s even more miraculous than might be thought.

The Duchess of Cambridge, pregnant with her third child, is suffering from the same severe sickness she experienced with Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Sheena Grant reports on the little-understood condition and talks to an East Anglian mum who knows exactly what Kate is going through.

Autumn is here - and that means birds are on the move. Waveney Bird Club members have been showing visitors to the famous RSPB Minsmere just how miraculous migration really is.

New or relocating businesses in Breckland’s five market towns are being given the opportunity to claim up to 80 percent rate relief in their first year.

Take a first look at the new waterside accommodation which will be opening at a holiday village on the Norfolk/Suffolk border next year.

For Gill Phillips and her late husband Theo their garden was their pride and joy.

A puppy had a lucky escape when he was involved in a car crash.

Thetford Forest isn’t quite as ancient as you might think. Most of its trees were planted after the First World War, to provide the country with a strategic timber reserve.

Seven years ago Jade Bailey competed in a modelling competition which would change her life.

A woman who defrauded her employers of more than £1.7m has been ordered to repay more than £700,000.

The life of a mother-of-two who was “loved by everyone” will be celebrated at a charity event which will bring together her old school friends.

Many events take place at the Cromer Pier, however one of the most unique has to be the street dance competition that has taken place as part of Children’s Week at Cromer Carnival.

Labour came close to matching the Conservatives’ spending on campaign materials in South West Norfolk - but the Tories still won double their votes when it came to the crunch.

A disued building which has been empty for five years could be brought back into use as a respite care site for disabled people.

Now that Mr D’s, a 50s-themed diner near Attleborough, has closed, we take a look at some of the other great American restaurants across the county where you can get your foodie fix.

The head of Quorn Foods has expressed confidence in a growing global appetite for the meat substitute as he revealed plans to invest £150m and create 300 jobs in the UK.

As a youngster I was a keen fisherman. Really keen.

More than 400 patients have been helped by a lifesaving partnership between firefighters and ambulance staff in Norfolk.

A holiday resort on the Norfolk/Suffolk border has invested £20m as it seeks to attract a wider range of guests – and cater to a growing number of “3G” holidaymakers.

There were smiles and laughs, a few tears, and proud parents as nursery school children attended their graduation.

I’ve noticed that a lot of people are calling for an end to high-rise residential buildings; no more buildings higher than three storeys or 40 feet.

Children from a Thetford school have helped to raise money for a wildlife charity while attempting to break a Guinness World Record.

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