Bethany Whymark

One of Norfolk's biggest schools has announced its new principal.

Greater Anglia has apologised for escalating problems with its new multi-million pound trains after more than 80 services were cancelled in East Anglia.

A Norfolk boy with special needs is facing starting the new year without a school place.

Two incidents on roads on the outskirts of Norwich are causing delays for rush hour traffic.

A Norfolk market town is among places where pub group Wetherspoons is to invest more than £200m and create around 10,000 new jobs.

A sinkhole on a Norwich road could take longer to repair than initially thought, engineers have said.

A morning broadcast from ITV Anglia was disrupted after a power cut.

Flood warnings remain in place for parts of Norfolk following a blustery few days.

A Norfolk mother says her family has a "new normal" after her nine-year-old child decided to waive their birth gender identity.

A tiny south Norfolk primary school which faced closure in a mooted merger has been saved.

A Norwich school says it is "utterly thrilled" after scoring top marks from Ofsted under a new, more rigorous inspection framework.

A west Norfolk village is on track to get a new primary school to replace the current "cramped and dated" building.

A van driver whose vehicle was drawn into a sinkhole as it collapsed said he was "shaken in his seat".

A mother has hit out at her daughter's school for poor communication with parents after drug paraphernalia was discovered on school grounds.

A mother has claimed an education plan for her autistic son is "not worth the paper it is written on" after he was turned away from specialist schools.

A convicted paedophile has died in prison in Norfolk two months into his sentence.

The inquest of a man killed in a crash on the A47 has been adjourned again.

A number of trains to and from Norwich have been cancelled this morning (Monday).

A driver stopped by police in Norwich was found with dugs and weighing scales in his vehicle.

A young woman who was expelled from school at 13 and only took one GCSE has shared a message of hope with other teenagers in tough circumstances after securing a place at university to pursue her dream career.

A Norfolk graduate is bringing the visual arts to the visually impaired in a new charity partnership.

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