People from all walks of life in Norwich came together at a city mosque to pay tribute to those who were killed in shootings in New Zealand.
Norwich’s Muslim community will today stand up against racial hatred at a remembrance event for the victims of shootings at mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Trains between Norwich and London were disrupted after two people died on the tracks in east London.
A “suspicious package” delivered to a Norfolk police station was not an explosive device, police have said.
A vehicle with six defective tyres was stopped by police on the A11.
A bus service in Norwich was suspended on Friday due to a vehicle fault.
Commuters face disruption on Friday morning after trains between Norwich and London were cancelled.
Just over 4,000 parents in Norfolk were fined for taking their child out of school for a family holiday in the last academic year.
Academies are more transparent than the local authority-maintained schools system, according to a government minister and former chairman of a Norfolk academy trust.
After months under wraps, the exterior of a new science and engineering building at the University of East Anglia (UEA) has been unveiled.
A schools community in north Norfolk is devising a plan of action to help disadvantaged children following revelations of the extent of pupil poverty in the county.
Pupils at a Norwich high school are taking the maintenance of their community into their own hands with a new litter picking project.
An academy trust is implementing a new leadership model at two of its secondary schools to reduce “unrealistic” demands on its headteachers.
A new pilot is helping schoolchildren in Norfolk to look after their physical and mental health – through yoga.
An historic Norwich school has revealed proposals to upgrade its city centre site to address an “urgent need” for improvements.
Are you a fan of Anglia Square in Norwich? Do you like it so much that you would get on stage to sing about it?
One of Norfolk’s few remaining council-maintained high schools has unveiled plans to become an academy.
Staff and pupils at a small village school are celebrating after achieving the top judgement from Ofsted.
Schools in Norfolk are washing pupils’ uniforms and giving them hair cuts to ease pressures on parents left struggling after welfare cuts.
A Norfolk primary school plunged into special measures by Ofsted could be closed if rapid improvements are not made.
Teachers and students from the East of England are pleading with the government not to let education institutions become “the forgotten victims of Brexit”.
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