October 26 2014 Latest news:
The centre of Norwich saw 250 motorcyclists take to the road to protest a controversial motorway barrier today.
Norwich’s Anglia Square shopping centre has a new boss, with a former manager at the city’s Castle Mall handed the task of running the complex.
Norwich City manager Neil Adams will be handed the financial fire power to buy new players in the January transfer window after the club was handed a clean bill of health in its annual accounts.
Drivers are finally getting a feel-good factor on the forecourts, with fuel prices in East Anglia falling faster than anywhere else in the UK.
Police will be carrying out roadside checks in Norfolk and Suffolk in a bid to reduce crashes as the nights get darker.
Patients have been urged to help save the NHS millions of pounds after it emerged that almost £5m was being lost every year in Norfolk through unused prescription medicines.
Norfolk’s long and distinguished naval and air force history is destined to come together in the new RAF Marham-based Lightning II strike aircraft, which will operate from land bases and aircraft carriers. Set to be deployed in the county from 2018, preparations re already under way at Marham to receive the new warplane. As the base gears up for the next generation of military strike aircraft, MarK NICHOLLS focuses on the county’s illustrious past as a naval and air power in a six-part series specially-commissioned for the Eastern Daily Press.
Norfolk’s entrepreneurs are being challenged to create a start-up business in 54 hours as part of a new event designed to put Norwich’s digital creative sector on the map.
A nursery has celebrated its re-opening after a £90,000 grant from the Norfolk Community Foundation supported its refurbishment.
It was 60 years ago when a young unknown and shy Swedish speedway rider made his way to Norwich by train, pushing his bike, held together with bits of old wire and string, between stations.
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