A police officer needed to have his head glued after an evening with saw him and four others assaulted while on duty.
Children as young as 12 are using knives to threaten people in schools as officers target year eight and nine pupils to try to intervene.
A man stole a three-and-a-half tonne tipper truck to do some shopping because he could not afford a taxi.
A jury hearing the trial of a man charged with attempted murder of his wife in Norwich has been sent back out to resume its deliberations.
Fraudsters are attempting to scam people out of their money with a flu jab scam, the NHS has warned.
A man was punched and then kicked when he fell to the floor in an assault in High Street, Cromer.
Three police officers who smashed their way into a car to help save the life of a man who was "bleeding out" after slashing his arms following an argument with his partner have been recognised for their outstanding acts of bravery.
A man who cut his wife of 41 years when he confronted her in an alleyway said a voice told him to end his life as he tried to make her watch him bleed to death.
A scooter which broke down on the A148 has been stolen from the roadside, in broad daylight.
A neighbour told a court how he helped disarm a man armed with a knife, who launched an attack on two women putting them in "fear for their lives."
Norfolk County Council's trading standards team have received reports of cold calls claiming to be from Amazon.
A man told his estranged wife he was "going to murder her" before attacking her with a knife in a Norwich alleyway after she had rejected pleas to have him back, a court has heard.
Two kayaks have been stolen from Salhouse Broad near Wroxham.
A man stopped by police in Fakenham has been charged with offences including driving whilst disqualified and without insurance.
Police in north Norfolk are warning residents to be aware of email scams from Currys PC World.
Police are failing to record violent and sexual offences as they admit crime rates are going to rise.
Prosecuting criminals is putting a strain on resources after years of austerity have left the criminal justice system "cut to the bone", police have said.
Police have urged people to be vigilant against hare coursing and warned it will take strong action against those involved in an activity that has as "terrible impact" on rural communities.
The public is being urged to help police find a wanted man who failed to turn up in court.
A 28-year-old has admitted racially aggravated assault after attacking two men.
A motorcycle was stolen in Beeston Regis, near Sheringham.
A clutch of thousands of rare birds eggs seized from an illegal Norfolk collector are set to help with research into the evolution of birds after being donated to a national museum.
A man will stand trial next month accused of attempted murder following an incident in Norwich where two woman were stabbed.
A man appeared in court in relation to six offences including two thefts, a hate crime, threatening behaviour and two burglaries.
The football club which sex abuser Shane Vertigan was chairman of has labelled his actions "appalling" and has hit out at online trolls in the wake of his conviction.
A former army officer is the Conservative pick to become the next police and crime commissioner for Norfolk.
A man suffered a fractured jaw when he was head-butted at a food festival in north Norfolk.
Police are appealing for help to trace a man who is wanted on recall to prison.
The number of rape charges in Norfolk is falling despite reports rising four-fold in the last six years.
We are taking a look at how scam victims get treated when they report crimes to the authorities.
Norfolk interior designer Lady Denise Butler has put her six bedroom manor house The Grange up for sale after renovating it and renting it out on Airbnb.
The finishing touches are being made to a film looking at a mother's grief after her son took his own life.
Eighteen months of hard work at a coastal nursery have finally paid dividends following the grand opening of a refurbished pre-school building.
Plans to make Cromer Radiology Unit a permanent site in the town have been approved by North Norfolk District Council (NNDC).
A couple have moved out of their "forever home" because of fear of harm from electric and magnetic fields (EMFs).