Lauren Cope

A hot dog stand which was given a zero-star food hygiene grade last year has regained its higher rating after a reinspection.

Norwich’s City Hall will be illuminated in tribute to those who died in attacks in New Zealand.

Armed robbers have targeted three shops in Norwich this month, threatening staff with weapons including an axe and a knife.

Figures have revealed how much profit former council tenants have made through selling their homes under the government’s Right to Buy scheme - in a handful of cases just weeks after the purchase.

A convenience shop in the north of Norwich could lose its alcohol licence after concerns over crime and disorder sparked a review.

Changes have been made at a popular Norwich pizzeria after complaints over smoke and soot from its chimney were made by market stall holders.

Investigations after underway after staff at a Norwich shop were threatened during a knife point robbery.

A church group in Norwich has lodged a second bid to open a car wash off a busy road, after its previous plans were rejected.

People in Norfolk have been warned over fraudulent text messages promising a council tax refund.

They’re a friendly face behind the counter, and a reliable source of advice when looking for that perfect Sunday roast.

If Shun Tomii had followed his original plan, he wouldn’t be in Norwich today, running a beloved family restaurant.

Hundreds of multicoloured lights drifted down the River Wensum in a touching tribute to those affected by cancer.

It’s no secret that it’s a challenging time to run a pub.

A coffee shop with a Swedish focus on friendship and taking time out for a hot drink is due to open in the city centre.

People living in a north Norfolk town wait longer for an ambulance than anywhere else in Britain, new figures show.

On the outskirts of Norwich, it might be easy to drive past the Stower Grange Hotel. Lauren Cope went to try out its Sunday lunch.

A three-bedroom house in a west Earlham cul-de-sac could grow to eight bedrooms if planners give it the go-ahead.

A Norwich pizza spot and book shop are joining forces to inspire a love of reading on World Book Day.

Today, you might struggle to get change out of a tenner for brunch for two.

Five years ago, in 2014, cars were banned from St Stephens Street. Lauren Cope reports on the impact since.

Talks are ongoing over the future of a Norwich prison building which houses a well-loved café.

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