Prison sentences should be imposed on people caught fox hunting, campaigners have urged.
First World War memorials across the region have been Grade II listed to mark 100 years since the first Armistice Day silence.
A family-run business which made its mark throughout the county is closing its last surviving store.
Boris Johnson has been "preparing" for a general election with "big announcements" and "photo opportunities", according to a Norfolk Tory MP.
Robberies at Co-op food stores in Norfolk and Suffolk have dropped by 30pc since the retailer rolled out a series of crime prevention measures.
A summer camp will give youngsters an opportunity to try a range of different sports during the school holidays.
A man has appeared in court charged with causing a danger to road users after rocks were thrown at vehicles driving on the Norfolk-Suffolk border.
A man has been charged in connection with a number of incidents which saw objects thrown at vehicles across the region.
A mother has been left scared to drive after rocks thrown from oncoming cars damaged more than 50 vehicles - including one carrying her newborn baby.
Police have slammed drive-by vandals branded as 'brainless morons' after the number of cars hit by stones and bricks on busy A roads approached 50.
Concerns are growing after large amounts of palm oil were found scattered along our region's coastline.
Some 24 years ago, a 59-year-old Peter Mummery conquered the challenge of a lifetime by cycling the entire length of Spain.
A broadcaster is set to give his take on what happened to the very first cricket ball to be smashed for six sixes in a single over.
Breweries across Norfolk and Waveney have been recognised as brewers of Champion Beers of East Anglia - with three taking gold awards.
When Garry Sobers smashed Malcolm Nash for an historic 36 runs off six deliveries in 1968, cricket's Everest was finally conquered.
This time last year saw the arrival of a rare and devastating weather phenomenon, the likes of which have seldom been seen on British shores in recent history.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a crash which saw a motorcyclist sustain serious injuries.
A new policing commander has vowed to "earn the respect of the people" as his officers battle county lines drug dealing and a surge of violent crime in the area.
Animal sanctuaries across the region have blasted thoughtless pet owners after an influx of new arrivals over the festive period.
A study has found that 85% of Anglian Water is owned by overseas shareholders, prompting calls for the water industry to be nationalised.
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