April 19 2014 Latest news:
A 53-year-old woman fell up to 10 feet on to rock at Cromer this afternoon and has been taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital by ambulance.
Curious passers-by are pausing to enjoy a hula-hooping Easter chick on Cromer Pier this afternoon.
The controversial redevelopment of the former RAF Coltishall base has hit another stumbling block, after Broadland District Council objected to a proposal to dig up part of the runway.
The East Anglian Air Ambulance landed on Sheringham beach this afternoon to help a woman who had possibly broken an ankle.
A family trip to the beach took an unexpected turn when two explosives were found in the sand.
A traditional afternoon tea will be held in a coastal church next week in aid of a health charity.
From traditional Easter egg hunts to pirate fun, a wealth of events are taking place across the region this Easter Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday.
Crab and lobsters from north Norfolk waters could be sold across Britain within months following talks between a Cromer factory and two major supermarkets.
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The only 100 per cent home record in London One North will be put on the line by North Walsham tomorrow.
North Walsham lost at lowly Tabard despite producing four tries and two bonus points.
Norwich secured their London Two North East future and complete a league double against Holt.
Captain Thomas Vermaelen maintains Arsenal must forget about next month’s FA Cup final date with Hull as they look to get on with their “massive job” in the Barclays Premier League, which continues at the KC Stadium on Easter Sunday.
West Ham have conceded three penalties in their last two home matches and Sam Allardyce lamented Martin Atkinson’s decision not to award his side a spot-kick.
Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis believes his team deserve more credit for their attacking talents after the Eagles guaranteed Premier League survival with a 1-0 win at West Ham.