Budding footballers raised hundreds of pounds for a foodbank and sports equipment by cleaning up city streets.

It is often perceived as a period of harsh treatment but uplifting stories of mental health support during the 19th century will be brought to life through live theatre.

As the rate of coronavirus cases in Norwich tops 100 per 100,000 people, calls are being made by concerned public health officials for us all to help stop the spread.

A review into the death of a health and safety executive will take place just over a year after he was killed in a crash.

An inquest has been opened and adjourned into the death of an electrical engineer whose car crashed into a tree.

An infant and nursery school is closing early for half term after staff absences.

Tomorrow is D-Day for a major plan which could see a former scrap metal site near a large retail park turned into a factory to store thousands of tonnes of waste.

An inquest was opened and adjourned into the death of a young barman.

Trees will be removed from an historic city road facing a major overhaul after officials said any changes would risk losing millions of pounds of funding.

Angry anglers have launched a legal challenge over controversial barriers which they fear would reduce fish breeding grounds in the Broads.

People are being urged to back a new fundraising drive so building work can start on a specialist hospice.

Dozens of trees will be chopped down to improve and widen a former railway for cyclists and walkers.

History-lovers will be able to look around a city centre attraction which is reopening this week.

She only took up Nordic walking this summer, but after getting hooked a mother is hoping to complete a 50km challenge in 12 hours.

People who were advised to shield during the peak coronavirus lockdown have been given new government guidance.

Greater Anglia trains will leave earlier this autumn to help London-bound services avoid problems including leaves on the line.

As a child he used to cycle the streets of a market town delivering copies of the EDP.

A new community store and café has opened in a village four years after the community’s only shop closed.

A fascinating collection of photos providing an insight into Queen Victoria’s life which were stored for years in a Norfolk home are up for auction.

Part of a city centre street outside a fashion store remains cordoned off after smoke was seen coming out of a manhole cover.

Tough new coronavirus restrictions could be reintroduced with temporary closures of pubs and restaurants amid concerns the virus is spiralling out of control.

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