September 22 2014 Latest news:
An ambulance on its way to 999 call overturned on a Norfolk road.
A mental health trust has been urged to improve the standard of community-based support after a survey of patients ranked Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust near the bottom of a national league table.
Some of the hardest to reach homes and businesses in Breckland look set to welcome better broadband connection speeds after the Government agreed to match fund a commitment made by the district council.
They are known around the world for their death-defying stunts, roaring engines and coloured smoke - but one of the Red Arrows founding pilots has said he didn’t think they would still be around today.
More than 200 bikers formed a procession of protest as they continued to fight the use of so-called “cheese wire” barriers.
This weekend, millions of people are expected to tune in and watch the new series of television favourite Downton Abbey.
Poet Hannah Walker and writer Chris Thorpe explore the impact on our lives of mobile phones in I Wish I was Lonely, the latest stage production of To Kill A Mockingbird revisits the book in a new and original way, folk legends Martin Carthy and Dave Swarbrick return, Ruth Madoc and Ian Lavender star in a tender one-act play and violinist Tasmin Little opens Fressingfield Music Festival. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this week.
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RAF Reserves Team rider Peter Hickman produced a brace of seventh-place finishes after another tussle with the big boys at the ninth round of the British Superbikes Championship at Donington.
Watton travelled to Horsford United Reserves with a slightly depleted side but came away victorious with a 2-0 win in Division Four of the Anglian Combination.
Watton endurance rider Carol Chapman is back from her adventures at the Home International event in Scotland with a gold rosette – the equivalent of a UK grade one – and a second place prize from the biggest event of her life.
Thetford Town’s impressive start to the season has continued with progress in the FA Vase against local rivals Ely City.
The 16-year-old started off early in the field and posted a time of 20.44mins, a new personal best time over 10 miles, averaging 28.9mph.
Cambridge and Coleridge convincingly won the 197-mile Birketts Round Norfolk Relay which was overshadowed by the death of a competitor.
Dereham Town’s seven-match unbeaten run came to an abrupt end at Harlow.
Wroxham succumbed to their first home defeat of the season in Division One North of the Ryman League on Saturday as a resurgent Waltham Abbey claimed all three points at Trafford Park.