All smiles: Family's IVF joy
Bourn Hall babies are star guests as Norfolk's first IVF centre opens
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June 19 2013 Latest news:
In recent weeks the Norfolk is... campaign has been looking at all the different places and attractions which make Norfolk such a popular tourism destination.
Train operator Greater Anglia has released a summary of its achievements in its first year running trains in East Anglia, as a new survey shows passenger satisfaction levels have increased in the past 12 months.
Work beginning on 900 new homes in Thorpe St Andrew has today taken a big step closer - including for 231 homes at the controversial Pinebanks site.
Angry residents of a Norwich care home have blasted funding cuts which will see their “lifeline” on-site coffee shop taken away and the hours of their shop slashed.
A public inquiry which could govern where thousands of new homes are built around Norwich has been adjourned to give councils more time to convince a planning inspector that their plans are sound. In the fifth part of a week-long series, rural affairs correspondent CHRIS HILL reports.
Police are looking for two people in connection with a theft in central Norwich.
Staff at insurance giant Aviva were yesterday given more details of its redundancy plans as bosses confirmed changes to a raft of IT and administrative posts.
The first woman to publish a book in the English language will be commemorated when the University of East Anglia completes work on its 57th and latest building.
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.