Dan Grimmer

Drivers leaving Norfolk on the A11 are facing delays this morning (Friday, October 18), due to an overturned lorry.

More than 30 new car club places could be created in streets around Norwich.

A burning vehicle in a Norwich street was tackled by firefighters.

Drivers should take extra care this morning (Friday, October 18), with two sets of traffic lights on Norwich's ring road not working.

The bat bridges built over the Norwich Northern Distributor Road do work, according to experts who have been monitoring whether the animals have been using them.

A Norwich-based spokesman for Extinction Rebellion has said he "deeply regrets" the protests which led to ugly scenes on London's Tube system and said it has created "the most difficult moment in the movement's history so far".

A further £16m of county council savings has been 'called-in' for further scrutiny - because critics do not believe the public is being given the full picture of how the axe could fall.

One of Norwich's busiest roads will be shut to through traffic for a week, so £25,000 of improvement work can be done.

A group of disabled people from Norfolk headed to London to lobby for better support - only for some of them to miss the event because of access problems on the Tube.

Train travellers are facing disruption today (Wednesday, October 16), with faults causing a number of cancellations of Greater Anglia services.

The surge in new student accommodation springing up in Norwich has prompted council bosses to forge new guidance for what would be acceptable.

The developers behind Anglia Square will argue that the controversial tower at the heart of their scheme will enhance Norwich when a public inquiry is held.

Drivers are facing major tailbacks on the A140 today (Wednesday, October 16).

Emergency services were called after a crash near Haddiscoe.

People across Norfolk are being urged to consider adoption, to give loving homes to children who need a home - and council bosses stress it welcomes applications from all walks of life.

A baton, a wooden stake and a pencil sharpener blade were among weapons which pupils at Norfolk schools were found in posession of, new figures have revealed.

A driver who was stopped for a broken light found themselves in more bother with the police - after they then tested positive for cannabis.

Part of the A47 will be completely closed for at least three nights so roadworks can be carried out.

Council bosses insist a surprise rise in interest rates for Treasury loans will not hike costs for schemes such as the Great Yarmouth Third River Crossing or the mooted Western Link for the Norwich Northern Distributor Road.

Police officers from Norfolk and Suffolk are among hundreds from across the country sent to London to help deal with the Extinction Rebellion protests.

People are being urged to ditch the mass releases of helium balloons and sky lanterns - because of the damage they cause to animals and the environment.

Most Read

Most Read

Latest from the Eastern Daily Press

Hot Jobs

Show Job Lists