August 31 2015 Latest news:
A prominent Norfolk businessman has died following a battle with cancer.
Firefighters were called to a house fire in Great Yarmouth today.
A major shake-up of Norwich’s park and ride service will be launched in just over a week, with bosses having spent £3.3m on a new fleet of buses.
Is it a hippo? A terrapin? A dalek?
A man suffered a fractured cheekbone after he was attacked in Great Yarmouth.
The new chief executive of the region’s ambulance service is only four days into his new role, but already has big plans for the future of the trust.
Payments by one of Britain’s biggest banks have seized up on the day when millions are expecting to receive their salaries and ahead of the bank holiday weekend.
Norfolk has seen a minor improvement in the proportion of children reaching the expected standard in reading, writing and maths by the time they leave primary school.
How to describe The Fatal Gates of Norwich is a challenge. It is a book like no other. It is unique, brilliant and the chances are it will make you laugh out loud as it blends fact and fiction in a glorious way.
After writing several pieces this week about the addictive and seductive nature of nostalgia, I have been thinking about all the things I miss from the past – and the things I don’t miss at all.