South West Norfolk MP Liz Truss was one of seven Cabinet ministers who defied the government to vote against delaying Brexit last night.
Hundreds of trees are being planted in a Thorpe St Andrew park to create a new woodland named after the queen.
Norfolk and Waveney's NHS has been snubbed in every single bid for big ticket money - bar one - made to the government over the last two years, with £417m of funding it asked for denied.
The east of England will get the smallest share of a £1.6bn government fund to boost run-down towns after Brexit.
The health secretary Matt Hancock visited Norwich on Thursday to speak to women affected by the surgical mesh scandal.
The Norfolk Chamber of Commerce believes the UK is not ready for a no-deal Brexit and has demanded MPs push the government harder for answers.
Norwich MP Chloe Smith has hosted an event with headteachers to discuss future challenges and opportunities for schools in the city.
Business owners and managers met at the Norfolk Chamber of Commerce's Big Debate, to discuss the most pressing issues facing the region's industry.
Leading figures in Norfolk's business sector watched as sparks flew between the county's MPs, who were speaking on a panel at the Norfolk Chamber of Commerce's Big Debate.
Health bosses have been urged to listen to how patients want to see mental health services change as they decide on a future for the region's troubled provision.
Serious questions were today raised about the previous management of the region's publicly-funded enterprise agency after it emerged it spent cash on two of its directors firms, while it racked up millions of pounds in debt.
The family of Kerri McAuley said they have been left "bewildered" at proposed new laws aimed at tackling domestic abuse.
Columnist Iain Dale says this week's events in parliament show the big gap between some MPs and the people they are supposed to represent
A pedestrian is hurt in a crash in Norwich every five days, figures show, despite a fall in the number of incidents.
The prime minister suffered the worst defeat in the House of Commons in more than 100 years on Tuesday as MPs categorically rejected her plan on how to take the UK out of the European Union.
A Norfolk MP is set to be one of around 64 who will vote against Theresa May's Brexit deal after the prime minister made a last-ditch attempt to garner support.
A handful of the most influential names in Norfolk's economy will be coming together for the Norfolk Chamber of Commerce's Big Debate.
Norwich's manufacturing industry has been dealt another blow as it was announced 200 jobs were set to go at a business with nearly 100 years of history in the city.
The campaign to get safe standing at Norwich City's Carrow Road ground and other football stadiums has been backed by cabinet minister Elizabeth Truss.
Theresa May has silenced the hard Brexit wing of the Conservative party after seeing off a challenge to oust her from Number 10.
MPs have called for swift and decisive action to improve mental health services in our region.
More trains than ever are being delayed or cancelled on East Anglia's rail network as repeated pledges to improve services fall flat.
Political commentators are often expected to make predictions - but none of the Westminster commentariat have managed to call the fall out from Brexit correctly.
Nearly £32m has been cut from mental health services in the region in the last five years, it has been claimed.
Norwich North MP Chloe Smith has announced she is expecting her second child.
"Very serious and unsettling for everyone" - that is how a council boss has described the mood after five stabbings in Norwich in just two weeks.
A collection of colourful ribbons are to appear in windows around the city as part of a campaign to raise awareness of domestic abuse and to help victims of this "epidemic".
A Norfolk business has called for bus lanes in Norwich city centre to be open to business vehicles during rush hour.
And as our Books For Schools campaign enters its second month, we have been on a mission to crown the region's favourite children's book.
The recently published review into the murder of Kerri McAuley highlights the urgent work that still needs to be done to tackle domestic abuse.
Thousands of young people across Norwich are going to be helped into the world of work as part of ambitious plans to promote social mobility in the city.
Authorities have pledged radical reforms in the way they deal with domestic abuse cases after the killing of Kerri McAuley.
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