March 10 2014 Latest news:
A bird strike which put a north Norfolk train out of action three days ago is continuing to disrupt rail services across the region today - but Norfolk passengers look set to have escaped further headaches.
Every day hundreds people across Norfolk are able to leave their homes and get on with their lives, thanks to the staff and volunteers who run the county’s 70-plus community transport schemes.
A record 300 runners turned out to take part in an annual cross country event today, in aid of Norfolk-based charity Break.
Two young men were arrested this morning in a dramatic scene which saw police vehicles swoop on Mundesley village centre.
Cromer was heaving today as hundreds headed for the beach to enjoy the unexpected warm sunshine in early March.
Daffodils and historic follies will be on show for two fund-raising garden open days.
Jack Steadman hit the road to work on songs for Bombay Bicycle Club’s fourth album, and found inspiration aplenty. But as he tells Andy Welch, he couldn’t have done it without his bandmates.
A delay in securing a major contract has led a Norfolk manufacturing firm to lay off 18 production staff.
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Jonny Howson could make a Premier League return this weekend against Tottenham after a two month injury lay-off with a back problem.
Norfolk rugby brothers Ben and Tom Youngs are both having to be patient as they try to force their way back into the England starting XV during this year’s Six Nations.
Champions Leicester stole a late victory at home to struggling Gloucester to stay in touch with the Aviva Premiership’s top four.
Holt scored two late tries to turn what looked like being a home defeat into a thrilling victory.
Following a frustrating and costly day last weekend North Walsham return to home turf tomorrow.
Sam Sexton did nothing to harm his British title claims when he forced the man nicknamed The War Machine to sign a surrender treaty as their phoney conflict finally came to an end.
Gorleston came from behind to claim all three points over CRC in the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division.
Lowestoft’s fourth consecutive win extended their current unbeaten run to six games as they kept in touch with the promotion pack.