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A national building society has thanked its mid Norfolk customers for donating woolly hats "in droves" to a Norwich homeless charity.

Should Norwich businesses be taxed for offering parking to their employees?

Our Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt delivers his Swansea City verdict after the Canaries' 1-0 Championship triumph

Here is our monthly look back at some of the criminals who were jailed in Norfolk courts in February.

North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) has refused to declare a climate emergency after being urged to by two members of the public.

An actor best-known for his part in British film This is England has told how he was lucky to have kept his licence after he was caught speeding.

A ten-year-old from Wisbech has received an award for her courage after calling for help while her mother had a stroke while driving.

A drink-driver who led police on a chase which reached speeds of up to 100mph on the A47 has been jailed after a judge branded it "extremely reckless".

It's becoming harder and harder for Mark Armstrong to get out on those long runs ahead of the Greater Manchester Marathon

Everyone has a view on traffic in Norwich and how it could be improved. But will the city's transport system look very different in the years to come? As part of our Future of Norwich series, Dan Grimmer reports.

Daft, hilarious, risking anthrax, 1950s retro, little grasp of reality, crushing cost: these were just some of the more polite comments about the suggestion from the Norwich Society - and subsequently taken up by the city council - that trams could be part of the answer to the city's transport problems.

A "first step" in bringing trams back to the streets of Norwich has been taken, with City Hall agreeing to lobby the government to help make it happen.

Greater Anglia passengers have become significantly less satisfied with their journeys over the last 12 months according to new figures from the rail watchdog Transport Focus.

Scotland's Stewart Anderson won the Just 2019 World Indoor Bowls Open Singles title for the second time on Sunday after defeating England's Simon Skelton on a tie-break in the final at Potters Resort.

The ambitious vision of trams one day shuttling through the city centre is to be discussed by city councillors next week.

The manager of the saved House of Fraser in Norwich has said he is "absolutely delighted" the store will remain open.

However this breathless, adrenaline-fuelled Championship tour ends now one thing is for sure. Norwich City have earned a new-found respect.

While many people spent New Year's Day nursing a hangover or having a well-earned lie-in, more than 350 hardy folk turned out to a cloud-covered Sheringham seafront to brush off the Christmas cobwebs by plunging into the icy cold waves.

A police pursuit which reached speeds of up to 100mph over almost 18 miles on the A47 came to a dramatic end when officers drew their tasers on the drink driver who had jumped into the back seat, a court has heard.

The boss of House of Fraser has blanked staff from its Norwich branch who pleaded with him to keep the store open.

The number of sexual entertainment venues in Norwich is to be capped at its current level, after councillors finally agreed to a limit.

Norwich City Council did not apply to be part of a multi-million pound scheme to tackle rough sleeping - because they believed it would not go far enough.

A plane which was seriously damaged at a Cromer airfield crash-landed due to a fault with its tyre valve, an air accident report has determined.

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