Lauren Cope

A Norwich MP who grew her majority from 500 to almost 5,000 said frustration over Brexit uncertainty was a key influence for voters.

Former MP Norman Lamb says his party's loss in North Norfolk was "blindingly obvious", as he reflected on a painful campaign which reinforced his decision to stand down.

Families who were evacuated from their flooded homes two months ago will still be homeless at Christmas, with repair work yet to begin.

Plans to hand out new parking permits on a busy Norwich street have been tipped for approval, despite objection.

The co-founder of Norwich's City of Ale Festival is stepping down after nine years at the helm.

Market stall holders in Norwich say the arrival of a festive version just a stone's throw away could ruin their Christmas trade.

The first secret dishes being offered by restaurants around the county as part of a new year series have been revealed.

Tributes have been paid to a "legend" of a football manager who guided Norwich to the first division for the first time in their history.

Focus has turned on Greater Anglia over the last few weeks, and its fleet of new trains.

People in the region could be facing a gusty few days, with wind speeds of up to 55mph predicted.

Those with almost £3m in spare change could snap up a whole Norwich street.
Ten four-bedroom properties have been put on the market in the north of the city with a price tag of £2.8m.

A student-elected university council has reversed its decision to ban the sale of beef on its campus.

It's every homeowner's worst nightmare.

An inquest has opened into the death of a man killed in a crash near the Norfolk Showground.

A rail operator has come under fire for delays and cancellations despite the recent launch of a £1.4bn new train fleet.

Emergency gas works have started on a street near Norwich after a suspected leak was reported.

A pub in a village near Norwich has closed as its landlords embark on a new chapter away from pulling pints.

It's rare we see inside the day-to-day of a police officer.

City centre roads are grinding to a halt and car parks filling as shoppers head into the city.

Netflix, Brexit and even bees are being used by local scammers trying to find new ways to con people out of personal details and money.

A former bakery on a Norwich shopping estate could be turned into a café.

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