Commuters are facing delays and cancellations this morning due to poor rail conditions.
Two Norfolk MPs have visited the site of the county’s new children’s hospice.
A terrifying playground accident has left a six year-old boy with eight metal rods in his skull and needing to wear a special brace.
Summer temperatures are set to give way to gales as the east feels the affects of storm Callum over the weekend.
An industry report has revealed half of food businesses in England do not display a hygiene rating.
A car which was hit by a train on a level crossing was pushed one mile down the track, it has emerged today.
A level crossing was the scene of tragedy as a London to Norwich train crashed into a car, leaving the male driver dead.
A Norfolk primary school is closed today following a power failure caused by a fallen tree.
A 23-year-old man who died in a crash had taken medication which affected his ability to drive, an inquest has heard.
A festival which will see hidden gems and well-known historical sites throw open their doors to visitors for free returns to Norfolk this weekend for an eight-day celebration of the county’s heritage.
Norfolk Police today dismissed as “inaccurate” claims in a national newspaper that a computer will decide if it is “worthwhile” investigating house burglaries.
The programme of events for Norfolk’s fourth Walking and Cycling Festival 2018 has been unveiled.
Police have issued a number of warnings and notices to drivers caught street racing in a Norfolk market town.
Norfolk businesses have just three weeks to enter the Great British High Street Awards.
Charlie Hodson and artist Ruddy Muddy have begun their Norfolk Day tour of the county.
An amber weather warning has been issued for East Anglia, as the region braces itself for a dramatic change in weather.
Freeview viewers in Norfolk will need to retune their TV equipment today to make sure they keep receiving a complete channel list.
An update on a controversial public toilet block, on-street parking and an on going housing development are just some of the issues on the agenda at the next Diss Town Council meeting.
The owner of a family run business which has called Diss its home since 1971 has made the ‘heart wrenching decision’ to leave town after more than 45 years.
Families are being invited to spend Father’s Day at charity treasure hunt in Rushall, near Diss.
The owner of an antiques business has announced it is to leave the market town it has called home for more than 45 years.
A duo of Suffolk born cyclists have successfully cycled the length of the UK in a bid to raise money for two charities which are very close to their hearts.
An exhibition featuring the work of internationally renowned female artists including Barbara Hepworth and Tracey Emin is currently on display in The Corn Hall, Diss.
A district council has teamed up with Creative Arts East to help more communities to become dementia friendly and raise awareness of the issues people living with the condition face.
A group of primary school pupils have celebrated their musical skills and hosted their very own mini festival.
Fire crews have been called to a shed on fire in Saham Toney, after being alerted to the blaze by a member of the public.
A council leader has expressed his thanks to the community following the town’s annual carnival.
Filmgoers are being offered the chance to take a step back in time and experience the silent movie days of yesteryear.
A market town is preparing to welcome thousands of visitors for one its most eagerly anticipated events of the year.
A community radio station has been hard at work adding a splash of colour to its town’s railway station.
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