Dan Grimmer

Thousands of businesses across Norfolk could benefit from much faster broadband speeds - if a bid for up to £20m to the government succeeds.

Part of the A47 has been closed in both directions after a lorry carrying 600 turkeys overturned.

Temperature monitoring sensors are to be trialled on some of Norfolk’s roads - to see if money can be saved by not gritting them.

Drivers faced major disruption after a jack-knifed lorry meant police had to close the Thetford-bound carriageway of the A11.

Climate change could pose a threat to male fertility – according to new research from the University of East Anglia.

From controversy to accolade - a Norwich housing development is up for an award.

A charity which supports children and families dealing with bereavement has been handed a boost of more than £15,000 thanks to this year’s Porkstock festival.

The post of managing director at Norfolk County Council could be scrapped.

Three Norfolk County Council social workers and a social work team have been shortlisted for national awards.

People could be given the chance to buy electricity and gas via Norwich City Council, with City Hall leaders saying it should mean cheaper bills for those who sign up.

The network of CCTV cameras which keep tabs on Norwich city centre needs to be replaced - because council bosses say they cannot afford to keep the current set-up running.

The consultation over controversial proposals which would see 46 of 53 children’s centres in Norfolk closed comes to an end today.

A sobering report into Norfolk’s care homes has revealed places for council-funded residential care will run out within five years - unless action is taken.

Thousands of people across Norfolk and Waveney are paying their respects to those who fought for peace - as the region falls silent to mark the centenary of Armistice Day.

A snapshot taken in Costessey to mark Armistice Day has been recreated - a hundred years on.

Norfolk will today fall silent and salute those who fell fighting for peace.

An investigation is under way after a marked police van was stolen from Lowestoft police station and then found abandoned almost 20 miles away.

Two protests, with very different views on immigration, faced off against each other in Norwich city centre.

Drivers using the A11 to get in and out of Norfolk will face diversions when the Fiveways roundabout at Mildenhall is closed.

New figures have revealed the millions of pounds Norwich City Council is making from its car parks - but council leaders have said the money is desperately needed to preserve services.

A community is aiming to recreate an historical photograph of how Armistice Day was marked a hundred years ago,

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