October 31 2014 Latest news:
Fire and rescue services across the region were called out a number of times tonight, as a 999 service continued to operate as four days of strike action got underway.
Witches, ghosts, skeletons, zombies and other unspeakable things which go bump in the night made a terrifying appearance in Norwich city centre.
Disruption is continuing after a train crashed at Lingwood station between Great Yarmouth and Norwich.
It has felt more like the height of summer than the end of October today, as unseasonably high temperatures smashed the record for the warmest Halloween in Britain.
A builder has been jailed after leaving more than 70 homeowners thousands of pounds out of pocket.
People showing symptoms of the highly contagious winter vomiting bug have been urged to stay away from hospital to prevent the illness from spreading.
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 workers at a cookware company which has gone into administration have been spared instant redundancy.
Grassroots football in Norwich could be transformed by plans for a state-of-the-art floodlit artificial grass pitch (AGP) at a Norwich high school, its proponents have said.
It is a building which is a glorious example of the flint work Norwich was so famous for...and one which is at long last opening its doors and welcoming back the people it has served in so many ways for centuries.