It was a story of points and perspective for Norfolk's F1 drivers at a blustery and dramatic Bahrain Grand Prix.
The NR F1 Podcast - taking Norfolk's Formula 1 legacy and turning it into chatter - talks Valtteri Bottas, Australian Grand Prix and looks ahead to Bahrain.
A motorcycle has been stolen from a outbuilding in a north Norfolk village.
An iconic pier's future has been secured for another year following a generous donation.
The British car industry has been dealt a blow as it was announced that Honda will move its production out of the UK resulting in 3,500 job losses.
The collision, involving a silver Honda HR-V and a white Nissan X-Trail, happened at about 11.40am in Ramsey Road, Whittlesey.
Five drink and drug drivers have been banned from the roads after facing magistrates in court - including one motorist for a second time.
A father has lost his "lifeline" after his motorcycle was stolen from his Lowestoft home in broad daylight.
Diesel from a lorry's fuel tank was spilled on a road following a two-vehicle crash in north Norfolk.
A charity that supports people living with disabilities has a new lawn mower.
The driver of an uninsured car told police 'he had got some quotes' - before officers took the vehicle from him.
In our series documenting readers' first car this week Penny Wilby talks about her beloved VW and their adventures together.
A father-of-three has hit out at the thieves who stole his only mode of transport while he was at work.
Honda played a key role in creating the hugely-successful SUV sector with the popular CR-V and the latest model is something of a radical revamp, says motoring editor Andy Russell.
The mayor of Beccles is hoping the two car crashes which occurred at the same spot within 24-hours is a "strange coincidence" rather than a sign of a new accident blackspot.
Local racer George Russell will be looking to 'go out in style' in his last race before work begins in earnest with the Formula One big guns.
A woman was taken to hospital after a crash involving two cars and a van.
Holden is a name associated with the motor trade in Norfolk for 90 years. Motoring editor Andy Russell chats to current CEO Tim Holden, third generation in the family motor group, about how it has become a nationally-recognised driving force.