An historic building which provides a familiar sight to Norwich City fans on the way to games has been snapped up for more than a quarter of a million pounds.
A crash between three vehicles has closed one of the main routes in the south of the county.
One of the centre pieces of Norwich's festive light display is temporarily out of action - just 24 hours after the city's big switch-on.
Motorists are facing lengthy rush hour delays this evening following a crash on the A47.
A roundabout on one of the busiest roads in and out of the city is to close for four days next week, as the latest phase of roadworks on it nears completion.
A small piece of political history will be made in Broadland this general election, with a brand new political party fielding its first candidate.
Plans to build more than a dozen new homes near an Aldi supermarket have been given the go ahead by councillors.
A key piece of the jigsaw towards a round-the-clock air ambulance service has landed into place this week.
Families living in a riverside apartment block have been left fearing for their privacy after plans to build an eight-storey student housing block nearby were given the narrowest of go-aheads.
A city brewery has been spared enforcement action which could have seen its taproom shut down.
News of a 13-year-old being the victim of a stabbing will shock many in the city - but is it confirmation of the fears of some, that knife crime is becoming an increasingly prevalent issue in the city?
A former Norwich City midfielder has been found guilty of attempted match-fixing while playing in Sweden.
A methodist church which built its new hall in the wrong place is within six weeks of learning whether it will have to be demolished.
A group of musicians are to come together this week to support the family of an 18-year-old who died following a crash on the A47.
It is not often in this column that one line of analysis can apply to players and fans of Norwich City. However, this is one of those rare occasions.
Six members of the Norwich Extinction Rebellion branch will stand trial next year after denying charges related to protests in London earlier this year.
Thousands of people will have piled into cities and seaside towns over the past weeks to view various fireworks displays, including Norwich's spectacular Big Boom on Friday.
A week after police issued a fresh warning over bus lane abuse, motorists are still flouting the rules close to two Norwich schools.
A young badminton player who died in a crash on the A47 would have won many titles on the court and was a wonderful person off of it.
A GP has hit out at an "appalling lack of communication" from mental health and drug treatment services in the lead up to the death of one of his patients.
The inquest into the death of a 41-year-old woman who died in a flat fire is set to last six days.