Year 10 students at nine secondary schools across Norfolk and Waveney have started Saturday catch-up classes and will be returning early from their summer holidays, to make up for lessons lost during lockdown.
It’s Independent Bookshop Week from June 20-27 and bookshops are reopening to browsers and buyers after months of keeping us reading with online and phone orders
Skygazers were treated to a unique sight over Norwich as several lights were seen flashing in the night sky.
A bus was engulfed in flames after catching fire on a major route in and out of Norwich.
North-easterly gusts brought a band of wintry showers to parts of the region on the day the clocks went forward.
Norwich Castle’s innovative adopt-an-object scheme has helped one man kit himself out as a 15th century knight
A councillor has been criticised as “petulant, arrogant and disrespectful” and been asked to resign after walking out of a radio interview.
A council leader accused of breaching the code of conduct for allegedly failing to disclose an interest will face no further action from the authority.
Daisy* clearly remembers waiting to see a nurse to make a decision she never thought she would face.
Plans to build 165 new homes and a medical centre in a Norfolk village have been put forward.
Learner drivers may want to pay more attention to the day they book their test as Saturday sees the most amount of people fail.
The chance to bag a prize-winning fresh bird for the Christmas dinner table is set to bring hundreds of bidders to traditional festive poultry auctions across Norfolk.
Farmers were warned that “net zero” carbon reduction policies could dramatically transform Norfolk’s agricultural landscape – potentially fast-tracking new innovations like indoor food production.
Swathes of low-lying Norfolk could regularly flood within decades, claims a new report.
If you’re dreaming of a white Christmas you might just be disappointed.
There have been more sightings of the B-2 Spirit aircraft this week, as they take part in exercises from an airfield in the UK.
Duckin’ and diving’ took on a new meaning with boxer Scott Moises who is quitting fighting.
Shopkeepers are warned to be vigilant after fake £50 notes were used to buy items at businesses across Norfolk.