March 8 2014 Latest news:
It was a school reunion as unique as the student at the centre of all the attention – as a recovering Watton teenager returned to meet up with friends a few months after doctors said he would die from his illness.
“Rapid” improvement made at a school which was put on special measures just months before it becomes an academy has been recognised by government inspectors.
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.
A brass band which launched a plea for new training members says it was bowled over by the response.
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Reigning Auto GP championship winning team Super Nova has announced Michela Cerruti as its first driver for the 2014 season as the Norfolk team attempts to secure a hat-trick of titles.
Two of Wisbech Town’s players who have played at Wembley are as excited as any of their team-mates about the chance of playing at the home of football.
Wisbech Town joint-boss Dick Creasey is honest enough to admit that their FA Vase quarter-final opponents’ form this season has been sensational.
Relieved King’s Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell admits he’s feeling mixed emotions over Ryan Fryatt’s injury.