The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have taken a history making-royal tour of a primary school in Burnley - without leaving Norfolk.
A mother has told of how paramedics scrambled to save her son’s life, at an inquest into his death.
A father died in hospital after taking an overdose, an inquest has heard.
An inquest has opened into the death of a mum who died in hospital following an
Two market stalls that were used to feed some of Norwich’s most vulnerable people will not be returned after the coronavirus, City Hall has confirmed.
Police are on the hunt for a man who robbed a city shop with a handgun and remains at large.
Work to fell a tree which has stood proudly in a city cul-de-sac for more than a century has started - despite pleas from neighbours to preserve it.
He is the fictional character that has put Norwich on the map - some might say for all the wrong reasons.
For many years, George Martin was a familiar sight to people travelling through his village, sat in a wheelchair waving on passers-by.
More than 250 homes could be set for construction in a village on the edge of Norwich, in a plan that would include dozens of affordable houses.
Scammers posing as government officials have been writing to the region’s most vulnerable people asking for personal details, police have warned.
The chaplain of Norwich City Football Club has thanked his supporters for their generosity after completing a gruelling treadmill challenge - and coming close to doubling a fund-raising target in the process.
Schools are being asked to predict the grades their pupils would have got and rank them for each subject following the cancellation of GCSE and A-Level exams.
Controversial plans to build 170 new homes in a Broadland village could get the go-ahead - less than a year after being turned down by councillors.
Cathedral bosses are still hopeful that Britain’s most famous diplodocus will stomp its way into the grounds this year, despite ongoing social distancing measures.
Personable, likeable and loyal to the core - they don’t make too many footballers like Alex Tettey these days.
A funeral director has described the heartache of having to tell grieving families to scale back ceremony plans amid the coronavirus outbreak.
A woman in her 80s was left to empty her dishwater by bucket for two months while waiting for a blocked sink to be repaired.
Some of the most vulnerable households in the city area will see their councils tax bills slashed to zero thanks to a new ‘hardship fund’, City Hall has revealed.
The Government has said the UK must go “further, faster” to ramp up the coronavirus testing capacity, but where can you get one and who is first in the queue?
More than 10,000 people were admitted to Norfolk hospitals as a result of smoking habits in the last year - a figure which rose for the first time since 2016.
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