August 1 2015 Latest news:
The father of a Norfolk boy who drowned in a holiday tragedy has urged people to stay safe when around water this summer.
‘Breath-taking’ archaeological discoveries in Norfolk over the past 12 months mean the county can hold its own against the likes of Stonehenge and Sutton Hoo when it comes to heritage, according to experts.
Norwich’s status as a Fine City is being threatened because of street clutter, graffiti and flyposting, civic watchdogs have warned.
Villagers and businesses in Hemsby have vowed to pull together after a huge fire ripped through a chip shop.
A man has been jailed for more than eight years after admitting sexually abusing a young female.
People are shunning jobs in social care to work in supermarkets, leaving a shortfall in the army of workers needed to look after us in old age, it has been warned.
Rehearsals are already under way as a giant choir is being assembled for Norwich Pride.
The region’s high street retailers have reported a slowdown in summer sales as a result of fewer people hitting the shops.
A councillor has dismissed suggestions Norfolk children are the naughtiest in England after new data revealed it has the highest rate of primary school expulsions in the country.
It was more than 15 years when the doors of one Norfolk school closed and the boys and girls left for the last time... this was Cawston College, near Aylsham.
The BBC is worried that government plans to shake-up the corporation may lead to “a much diminished, less popular service”.