Bethany Whymark

It was the end of the road on Friday for a learner driver caught driving alone without L plates.

What do an art collector, a horse sanctuary and a homewares retailer have in common?

For children across Norfolk it's exam time: when the invigilators are called into action, school halls are repurposed and pupils pour over years' worth of notes and textbooks to refresh and refill their brains with information ahead of the big day.

Two Norwich schools are set to see out the academic year in a new federation.

A young boy battling cancer has received a special message from one of his idols - CBeebies' Mr Tumble.

A third of the teaching assistants at a schools federation in Norwich are set to lose their jobs.

A brand new primary school is among plans to improve the amenities in a Norfolk village as it grows through housing development.

A Norwich TV and theatre writer is in line for one of the top prizes at Brighton Fringe, England's biggest arts festival.

Pupils at a primary school are still suffering the effects of dog owners failing to clear up after their pets - despite a campaign to address the problem.

A signalling fault has caused disruption for passengers on rail services between Norfolk, Cambridgeshire and London.

A new system for car parking charges at a Norfolk hospital have provoked outrage and frustration from the public.

A man has died in a car crash in a Norfolk village in which a car "left the road".

Controversial changes to parking charges are coming into force a Norfolk hospital.

Music lessons can often fall victim to under-resourcing at rural primary schools, with a lack of teachers and funds for equipment.

Norwich students could be calling more of the disciplinary shots in their schools in an effort to improve social mobility.

A small academy trust which has announced redundancies at all of its schools in the past month is going into partnership with a larger trust to secure its future.

Parents fighting a daily battle to ensure their children with special needs get a proper education are taking to the streets to call on the government for extra funding.

The legacy of a 100-year-old Catholic school will live on in a Norfolk market town after approval was granted for a new school in its place.

A high school is asking its community for help raising thousands of pounds for a new "grab and go" dining block after the project was given the go-ahead by councillors.

A man has been left in need of surgery after his nose was bitten during an assault.

A million-pound initiative to unlock the potential of graduates and small businesses in Norfolk is set to kick off this summer.

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