March 11 2014 Latest news:
Guests were taken back in time at an old-fashioned cafe as part of a project to help vicars in Papua New Guinea.
High school students joined a Norfolk farmers market on Saturday as part of their studies learning about marketing campaigns and small businesses.
Drivers and passengers have been urged to belt up, as police in Norfolk and Suffolk get set for a crackdown on motorists who fail to use seatbelts.
Old socks, holey jumpers, worn out sheets, ripped curtains and even torn underpants are all on Norfolk County Council’s wanted list as it tries to cut a £750,000 landfill bill with a new recycling campaign.
A new birdseye video of the A11 dualling project has shown the rapid progress being made by Highways Agency engineers.
US Blues rockers The Black Keys have been revealed as the final headliners to be announced for this year’s Latitude Festival.
The king of cool was given the warmest of welcomes at Norwich’s Theatre Royal as we all gathered to remember those Happy Days.
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Diss Town are seeking their third manager of the season after Chris Tracey quit the club.
Bold plans to get another 4,000 people playing tennis regularly are being put into place in Norfolk.
Joint-boss Dick Creasey wants Wisbech Town to take the positives from their FA Vase exploits into next season.
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