Police are on the hunt for a man who is accused of kicking a dog and assaulting two people that were walking it in Norwich.
As this is my final column of the 2019/20 season it would be remiss of me not to give some final thoughts on it.
New pictures have revealed what a historic part of the city centre will look like after a major revamp.
An inquest date has been set for a prisoner who died while serving time in Norfolk.
A sliver of land next to a city junior school and parts of a farming estate are among assets Norfolk County Council could soon dispose of.
An inquest has opened into the death of a Norwich electrician who died in his home earlier this month.
Norfolk could be set to sizzle this week, with temperatures predicted to be close to reaching 30C in some parts of the county.
A fight between two motorists on an NDR roundabout has prompted police to appeal for witnesses to step forward.
A man has died after falling from a Norwich city centre car park.
Most people living in and around Norwich will associate Prince of Wales Road with night life - the street where nights out generally end - be it for a late night bar, a kebab or pizza, or to pick up a taxi home.
Norfolk was so inundated with volunteers looking to help its coronavirus response that the county council’s system for vetting them was overwhelmed, a new report has revealed.
A row over the future of a remote pub in the Norfolk Broads is set to see several moorings closed off to boat-users.
A council blunder led to a mum being bombarded with texts containing personal details of vulnerable people receiving food parcels from a Norfolk supermarket.
A regeneration scheme for a historic part of Norwich city centre gets under way next month - and will see 14 weeks of roadworks along the way.
A town on the edge of Norwich has been invaded by striking sea creatures.
A community nurse returned home from her duty caring for vulnerable people to discover her home had been ransacked of thousands of pounds worth of jewellery, her daughter has said.
A military training centre in Norfolk provided the backdrop for cadets of a prestigious academy to be put through one of their final gruelling challenges before graduating.
A remote Broads pub’s hopes of reopening as a bistro have been dashed - despite last ditch attempts to reach compromises with objectors.
A former pub that was once named after one of Norwich’s most revered historical figures has moved a step closer to being turned into housing.
Two new bridges and an underpass allowing motorists to get from the A11 onto the A47 at Thickthorn without using the roundabout has been mooted in the latest vision for the notoriously busy junction.
Owners of what was once one of Norfolk’s most remote pubs will learn on Wednesday if their bid to revive it as a bistro can go ahead.
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