December 7 2013 Latest news:
Hopes are rising of getting Cromer’s storm-hit Christmas show back on again by midweek.
Fire crews from as far away as Devon and Somerset came to help out their colleagues in Norfolk in dealing with the floods.
Forecasters have reassured coastal communities beginning the clear-up from the worst floods in a generation that the worst of the weather has passed, with more settled conditions over the coming days.
Trains on the Norwich to Lowestoft route, via Reedham, have been suspended until further notice because of damage at Haddiscoe and Lowestoft.
The green light has been given to the final piece of a blueprint for where 37,000 homes should be built and 27,000 jobs created in and around Norwich over the next two decades.
A man who punched a father, fracturing his eye socket, in front of his young family in the car park of a Bowthorpe shopping centre has been handed a custodial sentence.
Extra apprenticeships, more university places and scrapping employer’s National Insurance contributions for under 21s - those were measures announced to equip young people for the future.
Children and young people in Norfolk are set to be given greater opportunities in the arts thanks to a new partnership involving Norwich Theatre Royal.
A special tribute to Basil Gowen, a much loved author and founder member of the Norfolk Postcard Club.
I’m not cut out to be a cougar – for a start I don’t understand texts from anyone under the age of 20, secondly I’m allergic to Facebook and thirdly I made a pact many years ago never to be naked in front of someone who wasn’t grateful.