• Stolen Porsche found in city centre car park

    A stolen Porsche found in a city car park was among four seized in just one day. The electric Porsche Panamera, from Surrey, was spotted entering the county at 1pm on Sunday. Following an hour-long search, the sports car worth £82,000 was traced

  • Driver accused of A47 horror crash fails to appear in court

    An arrest warrant has been issued for a driver accused of leaving another motorist with “very serious” injuries in a crash on the A47.  Roy Barnard, 34, from Peterborough, is charged with causing serious injury by dangerous driving following a

  • Busy road blocked as emergency services attend crash

    A busy road was blocked following a crash between two vehicles. Police were called to Norwich Road at Hethersett at 3.14pm after reports of the incident. ⚠️SERVICE ALERT - 13/15/16 ⚠️ 🚧 B1172 Hethersett closed, due to road

  • Part of A47 gridlocked due to broken down van

    Part of the A47 is gridlocked after a broken-down van blocked the road. The Acle Straight is at a standstill causing huge delays for drivers travelling along the busy route. The van blew a tyre halfway along the road, blocking one lane.

  • Serious motorbike crash closes section of A47

    A section of the A47 has been closed following a motorbike crash. The crash happened at 1.30pm on the A47 between Dereham and North Tuddenham with traffic being diverted off at the Etling Green junction following the road closure.  The motorbike

  • Police hunt man seen with knife in town centre

    There was a police presence in Wymondham as officers hunted a man who was seen with a knife. Three police cars and a police van were pictured parked in Fairland Street just after 1am on Thursday. A Norfolk Constabulary spokeswoman said: "Police

  • Stunning period home on the Norfolk Broads for sale at £1.5m

    A period home close to the centre of Wroxham has come on the market for £1.5m. St Margarets House is available through selling agent Sowerbys, which describes the property as a “substantial and elegant home in the heart of the Norfolk Broads.” 

  • Norfolk Broads restaurant to close as head chef moves on

    A restaurant nestled in a quaint Norfolk Broads village has announced its closure. Steve and Penny Gray have run a tearoom at The Granary in Ranworth for more than 15 years but decided last year to operate as a restaurant in the evenings. They

  • The Norfolk firm pioneering progress in offshore energy

    In 2017, Stowen, based in Great Yarmouth, seized its first offshore wind opportunity in the East of England. The company embarked on a transformative journey to provide non-destructive testing (NDT) services for Equinor’s monopile foundations at

  • Woman seriously injured after crash near power station

    Police are appealing for witnesses after a woman was seriously injured in a crash between a car and an SUV.  The crash happened at 2.10pm on Tuesday when a red Ford Fiesta Finesse collided with a silver Vauxhall Grandland X at the junction of High

  • Peregrine chick abandoned after laser beam disturbs nest

    A laser beam has disturbed a peregrine nest causing a mother to abandon her chick. Police are investigating the disturbance at St Peter and St Paul's church in Cromer after the laser was shone into the Cromer Peregrine Project nest on Saturday,

  • Has the mystery of Seahenge been solved?

    Did the ancients build Seahenge in a desperate bid to reverse climate change?  Until now, archaeologists have believed the upturned tree-stump surrounded by 55 closely fitted oak posts were constructed for sky burials, where the dead would be placed

  • EastWind unlocking opportunities to drive progress

    EastWind chair, Andrew Harston, talks about what’s been happening behind the scenes since announcing its transition to a Company Limited by Guarantee in February, and the important role EastWind will play in the continued growth of offshore wind in

  • Body found in Norfolk woods under police investigation

    The body of a man has been found in a Norfolk woodland. The discovery was made at around 5.30pm yesterday afternoon  in Brettenham Heath National Nature Reserve near Thetford. Emergency services attended including police and ambulance.

  • Villagers in fight against plans to build two mega-farms

    Campaigners fighting against plans to create two mega-farms in neighbouring Norfolk villages are raising funds in preparation for future legal costs. The Cranswick Objection Group has already reached more than half its target of £10,000 as it seeks