December 10 2013 Latest news:
Councils will be reimbursed for the immediate costs of the storm surge, environment secretary Owen Paterson has said.
New communal recycling areas have opened at eight tower blocks in Norwich in a bid to boost recycling rates.
A convicted sex offender found with more than 4,000 indecent images of children has been jailed for two-and-a-half years and placed on an extended licence when released for the protection of the public.
A man who ran a Norwich garage has been jailed for seven years after admitting acting as an illegal gangmaster who a judge described acted as “the principal person in the economic exploitation of migrant workers”.
Traffic on the A140 near Norwich is returning to normal after a four-car crash caused delays during the rush hour.
A superb array of hats were displayed on the water as YSC’s annual festive race was unaffected by the recent water levels.
Radio station Heart has announced its new breakfast show for East Anglia.
The Ugly Sisters showed there’s no business like snow business as they sloped off from pantomime rehearsals for an afternoon skiing.
The faithful definitely answered the call for this now traditional Norwich Christmas event, now in its fifth year.
It was political stunts that brought comedian Mark Thomas to the public attention, and his new show 100 Acts of Minor Dissent is in parts a return to that familiar ground.
Budding young reporters from Norfolk schools are needed to help create a special newspaper about the Young Norfolk Arts Festival.
Families and friends are being invited to join together in remembering special people they have lost at a festive service taking place in Norwich next Wednesday.
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A team of friends who visited 92 football grounds in 92 hours in support of three charities close to their hearts have raised a grand total of £10,000 and are already planning their next fundraiser.
Norwich City’s Premier League home game against Tottenham has been put back 24 hours for live television coverage and will now kick off on Sunday, February 23 (4pm).
Chris Hughton insists he can ill afford to feel sympathy for rival Premier League bosses operating in the cut-throat world of top flight management.
Chris Hughton has challenged his Norwich City players to make the most of the feelgood factor from a battling Premier League victory at West Brom.
Norwich City’s FA Youth Cup winner Ben Wyatt admits Josh Murphy’s progress is an inspiration to the latest generation bidding to emulate the teenage midfielder.
Opening batsman James Spelman has been awarded the Richard Lane Player of the Season Trophy by Norfolk County Cricket Club.
Wroxham produced a strong second half performance to seal three valuable points.
Dereham Town’s eight-match unbeaten run came to an abrupt end at Aldiss Park.