A young pub owner has appealed for help replacing money that was stolen from her premises in a "heartless, targeted theft".

Sex toys and drug paraphernalia were among the 'disturbing' items picked up by a young nature group from a bird hide.

The casting director of an upcoming feature film based in Norfolk has issued an urgent call for locals to try out their acting skills by auditioning as extras.

Trains were temporarily suspended from a Norfolk train station on Monday - on the first day it reopened after an 18-month hiatus.

A new complex needs school on the site of a former primary has been given the go-ahead in a bid to meet demand for specialist places.

Wrecking teams have moved in on a seafront leisure centre as the first stages of demolition work finally begin.

Police are searching for a driver who crashed a van into a lamppost and fled.

A MP has expressed concerns that a significant increase in "violent, criminal and antisocial behaviour" across his constituency is leaving residents fearing reprisals if they contact the police.

A farmer on the east coast has slammed the "worsening problem" of fly-tipping as lorry loads full of rubbish are dumped on private rural land.

Children from a Suffolk primary school joined winners from The Voice in singing at the O2 Arena in London.

After months of a "parking takeover" across Lowestoft's beach-front carparks, it seems the end of CEFAS construction work might finally be in sight.

A council's call to arms about "overflowing litter bins" and a "general lack of pride in the local area" is expected to come into force in advance of the busy summer season.

Many people across his Great Yarmouth borough have wondered what will become of Brandon Lewis now that he has become Secretary of State for Northern Ireland.

Acle ale lovers are getting together for an evening of entertainment to raise money for local causes.

Councils have seen a huge rise in large-scale fly tipping over the last decade as organised gangs try to make "a quick buck" from illegal waste clearing services.

A charity baker has raised a staggering £100,000 to help veterans integrate back into civilian life.

A flood alert has been issued for areas around the Rivers Bure, Ant and Thurne this weekend following a spate of high tides.

Reports of an unresponsive person prompted an air ambulance to land in a coastal car park this morning.

Road resurfacing which was postponed due to poor weather will now take place next weekend.

A drunk driver led police on a chase down the A47 then refused to give a breath test - despite being unable to walk without being held up.

An "angry" and "heavily drunk" man who urinated on a hospital toilet door has been fined for harassing staff.

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