The Beast from the East is still causing havoc on public transport networks across the region.

Abel Homes has stepped in to help a village primary school to replant 200 willow saplings after the original trees were uprooted by vandals just days after being planted by pupils.

Children at a village primary school were devastated when the trees they had planted in the back field of their school had been completely destroyed in an act of vandalism – but a Norfolk house builder has now stepped in to give a helping hand.

Hundreds of people flocked to the first day of East Anglia’s largest wedding show this weekend.

A teenager who wants to reinstate a former railway line has started a petition to see if he has community support.

The new landlords of a village pub are hoping to encourage families to return to their local.

Trading in the run-up to Christmas exceeded expectations at a regional meat processor.

Independent retailers will be given an online shop window as part of plans to create a ‘digital high street’ in some of Norfolk’s market towns.

A property company has mothballed its energy division and sold some of its assets citing a decline in the market as a result of a drop in government incentives.

Whatever the sector, 2017 has been a tough year for high street traders. Consumers have less money to spend, which ultimately means businesses do too – despite growing competition for staff and increasing commodity prices.

Crews called to roof fire

Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Firefighters used hosereel jets and breathing apparatus to put out a fire in a roof.

The key to solving the 25-year riddle over the brutal murder of a schoolgirl less than a mile from her home lies within a small Norfolk community, police have said.

Norfolk’s rural roads could see a huge increase in the number of HGVs on them when trenches are dug to bury cables from new offshore wind farms.

A new £54m chicken processing plant on the Norfolk/Suffolk border could create up to 400 jobs for the region.

A Colkirk woman has celebrated her centenary birthday at a mid Norfolk care home.

As a new report reveals the East of England lost more high-street shops than any other region in the first half of 2017, we take a look at a selection of the comings and goings.

A Norfolk pet food producer is hoping to increase its market share in some of the industry’s newest sectors after opening a state-of-the-art £17m facility.

Pets are never forgotten on Christmas and many have taken part in a festive family photoshoot to raise money for charity.

Take a trip down memory lane with our wonderful photographic celebration of East Anglian life through the decades. Today we take a nostalgic look back at market towns Swaffham and Watton.

A new phase of a multi-million development has begun at Watton’s Redhill Residential Park.

An ambitious teenager with a passion for business has started his own creative agency.

Residents are being asked to give their views on a range of topics which could affect their town.

An intrepid team of staff from two Norfolk companies battled an inflatable obstacle course to raise £9,000 for the East Anglia Children’s Hospices (EACH) Nook Appeal.

An Attleborough-based renewable heating company has been shortlisted in a national awards scheme for an installation for housing association Flagship Group.

This is the moment CCTV footage shows a large marquee being ripped off the ground by severe Storm Aileen.

Characterised by the distinct landscape of the Brecks, Wayland boasts areas of forests, miles of walking trails through beautiful countryside and traditional villages and hamlets.

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.

A year after graduating, many students are still navigating their way on to a career path.

Bureaucracy and a lack of resources are preventing smaller firms from taking advantage of public sector contracts, according to a business owner who managed to secure one.

Team Lion overcame an early setback on their way to securing the Snetterton 2CV 24 Hour race to make it three wins in a row for the Pete Sparrow, David O’Keefe and Alec Graham crew.

There are events big and small to enjoy this weekend. Here are our top 10 suggestions.

Food producer Cranswick says it has made a “positive start” to the financial year.

He’s a member of a hardcore punk band and is a tour manager for other musical acts.

The secret to a long life is to work hard, said one woman who is celebrating her 104th birthday this week.

A major housebuilder has helped to enrich the facilities at a primary school near one of its newest developments.

First teepees, then yurts, now shepherds huts – glamping options are getting ever more weird and wonderful.

A new piece of public art designed by two Swaffham school students was unveiled in the town as a gift from a Norfolk-based house builder.

A farmer has thanked “the spirit of Norfolk” for the swift return of his calf which went missing over the weekend.

Looking for something to do this weekend? Here are 10 things to keep you entertained in mid and north Norfolk.

Three fire crews were called out to deal with a flat on fire in Sprowston.

Drive around Norwich and you will see signs of varying colours in gardens and windows.

The East Anglian facilities of a national meat processing company will be “pivotal” in its continued expansion, according to its chief executive.

It has been a prominent part of a town’s landscape for more than 300 years but recently an historic clock tower has been missing a tick and a tock.

Her son’s battle with cancer has been well documented and now Callie Blackwell has been meeting with supporters during an emotional book signing event at Jarrold department in store in Norwich to share her own experiences.

A renewable energy firm has secured two major East Anglian contracts together worth more than £1m.

A mother-of-three is hoping to raise awareness of meningitis in adults after she was affected by the infection at the age of 27.

A mother from Watton appeared on ITV’s This Morning to talk about how she secretly gave her son cannabis to save his life.

We may have lost an hour in bed this morning - but the region has been treated to glorious blue skies and sunshine for start of British Summer Time.

The mother of a boy with one of the rarest types of cancer ever has revealed she gave her son cannabis because she was “desperate to find something to alleviate his suffering”.

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