Scout groups in some of the poorest parts of Norfolk are at risk of closure due to the coronavirus pandemic.

An independent school’s revised plans for an expansion of facilities next Norwich Cathedral has been opposed because it still involves felling historic trees.

Plans to make a temporary riverside live music venue in Norwich permanent have been withdrawn after an “unprecedented” number of complaints.

A charity that helps train marginalised and vulnerable young students for jobs says it has seen an “alarming” increase in referrals due to coronavirus.

Fears of a second blast and confusion over the information given to paramedics delayed helping a man who died after an explosion at a chemical plant in Norwich, an inquest has heard.

The son of a man killed in an explosion at a chemical plant in Norwich was working alongside him when the accident happened, an inquest has heard.

An inquest has opened into the death of a man who was stabbed in North Walsham.

Fuel leaked from a lorry has forced police to partially close the Acle Straight.

Commuters are facing rush hour disruption following an accident on the A140, while another section of the road remains closed.

Two new £4.65m recycling centre projects in Norwich are set to go-ahead after both reached significant milestones.

Investigations are continuing into the death of a “compassionate and selfless grandmother” who was hit by a van on a main road into Norwich.

The inquest into the death of a University of East Anglia student found asphyxiated in a campus room will resume next month.

An inquest into the deaths of two men who died at a chicken factory has been adjourned for the sixth time.

The inquest into the death in prison of a paedophile former maths teacher will not take place for a further five months whilst investigations continue.

Paediatricians and headteachers have expressed dismay at the Government’s ‘refusal’ to extend free school meals to vulnerable children during the holidays.

A Norfolk boy who fulfilled a dream by meeting his footballing hero, Brazil star Neymar, is recovering after undergoing a heart transplant.

Hairdressers not wearing masks, shops with too many customers inside and crowding at bus stops are all in the sights of Norwich’s new army of Covid support officers.

When a postcard turned up at a Norwich house 100 years late, little was known about its intended recipient.

An exit package worth around £500,000 received by a Norfolk council boss could be among the last as public sector pay-offs are capped at £95,000.

Seeing his school burn to the ground and overseeing its rise from the ashes almost four times the size - being headteacher has been both eventful and rewarding for Tim Lawes.

Sewage at a treatment works near Norwich is to be tested for traces of coronavirus.

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