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Plans for a 91 bedroom, seven-storey hotel in Norwich city centre have hit a problem over the removal of a tree.

A bid by a car wash to create parking spaces where its customers could leave their vehicles has been rejected, amid opposition.

For the first time in almost seven months, Canaries fans have set foot inside Carrow Road.

Ministers are considering tough new coronavirus restrictions as Boris Johnson said the long-feared the second wave of the pandemic has arrived in the UK.

A Norfolk school has confirmed someone within the “setting” has tested positive for coronavirus.

A north Norfolk brewery has thought of an innovative way for many people to be able to socialise in the same place despite the coronavirus rules.

Warnings remain in place on North Norfolk’s coast this weekend, after the RNLI reported a 50pc increase in rescues this year.

Protestors from environmental campaign group Extinction Rebellion have been staging a demonstration outside a Norwich city centre bank.

Residents living in the heart of a market town are facing a £500 price hike to park in a nearby car park.

Tributes have been paid to John Perry-Warnes, a stalwart of north Norfolk politics and community life, after his death aged 87.

An event to mark the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain has been delayed until next year.

It was once used to help keep our shores safe from enemy aircraft, but the former RAF Radar Station on Barrow Common, Brancaster Staithe, has long since fallen into disrepair.

A road near Norwich, close to the Northern Distributor Road, has reopened following a crash.

Residents are set to stage a last-ditch protest against the city council’s controversial plan to build new all-weather tennis courts in a Norwich park.

Two new ‘green’ jobs are being offered at a Norfolk council which aims to plant 110,000 trees in the next three years.

Millions of pounds will be pumped into five of the region’s historic high streets in a bid to unlock their potential for a post-Covid world.

It’s a small world - but a Great Yarmouth tourist attraction is hoping to make a big difference.

Calls have been made for a centre which has stopped providing day services for older and disabled people to be revamped because it is “no longer fit for purpose”.

Drivers and bus passengers have been reminded they will face delays disruption this weekend because a road leading to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital has been closed.

Emergency services were called after a crash on a road between Norwich and Coltishall.

Conservationists and farmers in East Anglia fear possible “downgrades” to the government’s flagship environmental payments scheme could be “catastrophic for nature”.

The organisers of an event which gives hundreds of people in need Christmas dinner and companionship say they are determined coronavirus will not cancel their plans entirely.

A life-long Norwich City supporter whose husband died two weeks ago said he would be “really happy for me” after she was one of 1,000 lucky fans to get a ticket for Saturday’s game against Preston.

A retired ex-serviceman has slammed “idiot” speeding drivers who use roads around a market town “like a race circuit.”

Business leaders from across Norfolk have united to urge the government not to reimpose draconian stay-at-home rules.

This year’s Oktoberfest Norwich had to be cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, but organisers have been given the green light for the popular event next year.

Go foraging and fill your kitchen with the delicious scent of crisp red apples and Turkish delight.

A drunk woman who breached an order by making a 999 call from her home without an emergency has been fined in court.

Firefighters were called after reports a child was stuck in a car.

People who refuse to give details when entering a pub, bar cafe or restaurant could be refused entry and potentially face legal proceedings.

Music and dance is back at a Norwich venue as classes resume in person for the first time in six months.

Calls for the East to avoid a further local lockdown have been made after warnings that it would be “disastrous”.

Clean-up operations on a Norfolk beach have run on into their second day after more “bloody needles and syringes” were found along the water’s edge.

The famous Red Arrows flew over Norfolk in celebration of an air base’s 100th anniversary.

A coastal college student has tested positive for coronavirus.

A police sniffer dog has been praised after unearthing 1kg of cocaine and £18,000 in cash deposits during a raid.

A 19-year-old man has been charged by police in connection with a burglary in Lowestoft.

A man whose car tyres ended up covered in stones and tar when he drove over a newly-resurfaced road has said a county council “must take safety seriously”.

Gold and silver jewellery was stolen from a home during a burglary in broad daylight.

The trial of five people accused of the murder of a man in Norfolk should go ahead in February next year.

“Mindless” vandals who drove across a cricket pitch causing extensive damage for the second time in 13 months have left the ground’s owners feeling “angry and hopeless”.

A Bungay man who supplied drugs to a friend who later died of an unrelated accidental overdose has been given a suspended prison sentence.

As Great Yarmouth marketplace’s £3.5m revamp is given the green light, traders say they are worried about short-term disruption to business - but are “all for” the finished product.

A lucky few Norwich City season ticket holders are celebrating after they were picked out of a hat to attend Saturday’s clash with Preston.

Norfolk has been taken off the national coronavirus ‘watchlist’ - at a time when lockdowns are being imposed in other parts of the country.

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