July 4 2015 Latest news:
A heartbroken mother is urging parents to kiss their children and tell them they love them as she prepares to mark her son’s first birthday since he died in a motorbike crash.
Motorists have been warned to expect four months of disruption as roadworks associated with a new £100m-plus Asda superstore in Norwich begin.
Hemsby’s independent lifeboat crew is once again getting ready to throw open the station doors and welcome visitors for their annual lifeboat day.
Perched 26 foot high and armed with binoculars, radios and a keen eye, Hugh Edgell and Richard Gooding have been keeping seaside visitors safe for decades.
A Bradwell couple who were caught up in the Tunisian beach terror attack said they feel lucky to have survived - as they left the beach just minutes before the gunman opened fire.
A previously secret report on staff views within the region’s mental health trust this week lifted the lid on a catalogue of problems affecting staff and patients. This included crippling caseloads, scores of cases going dangerously unallocated and a feeling of chaos. So what’s being done about the problems? Investigations editor David Powles spoke to Michael Scott, chief executive of Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust. Here is the full transcript of that interview.
Rehearsals are already under way as a giant choir is being assembled for Norwich Pride.
GCSE results, A level grades and degree class do not matter - it doesn’t sound like the average job description of a financial profession.
One of Norwich’s GoGoDragons! has been repaired and is once again standing proud in Tombland.
One remarked: “In England the war stops for tea!” While another said: “The English know how to make tea, and we know how to make coffee.”