A Norfolk road will be closed for two days as a fire hydrant is replaced - with drivers facing a 14-mile diversion.
It is 30 years since a rabbit hunter discovered the body of murdered mum Jeanette Kempton in a north Suffolk field. We take him back to the spot for the first time for our Unfinished podcast.
A councillor has called for the introduction of free car parking to boost the fortunes of businesses in a coastal town.
A popular pastry which caused debate across the nation is finally coming to Lowestoft.
A playful pair of serval kittens are the latest, and cutest, new addition to a Suffolk zoo’s big cat family.
A council has dished out more than £600,000 worth of car parking fines in three years.
Two-and-half million NHS patients across the region are registered at GP surgeries with unsafe levels of air pollution.
A pair of Ipswich supporters were the only fans to be arrested during a derby clash characterised by the “good spirit” of fans.
Today was not a good day for Paul Lambert.
A passenger was left trapped in the back of a car following a three car crash.
Around 250 police officers will be patrolling the streets of Norwich today as a centuries old rivalry takes hold of the city.
Parking woes, competition from national chains and poor management are the main factors behind a bar closure - according to its owner.
A Norfolk food manufacturer has been fined more than £275,000 after two employees lost fingers in separate incidents.
The beauty and wonder of The Broads during winter will soon be enjoyed by the whole nation.
A woman who suffered head injuries was rescued from a beach during the early hours of the morning.
A defiant jewellery store owner is determined to continue business as usual after being held at knifepoint by masked intruders.
Six months after an appalling sex attack on a teenage boy a market town remains without CCTV.
A grieving father believes a locked phone could hold crucial evidence which reveals his son’s final moments.
A £7m relief road has still not been named after the beloved artist it was intended to honour as those responsible for the signs claim they were not aware they needed to install them.
Police are investigating reports a man brandished a knife during an argument in a residential street.
The two men who caused £2,000 worth of damage to a community mini-bus have been branded as “thugs” by distraught charity workers.
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