Roads minister Jesse Norman was today left in no doubt what Norfolk wants when it comes to its main artery: Just Dual It!
‘Just Dual It!” - that will be the hard-hitting message from Norfolk today at the launch of a new campaign to put pressure on the government to pump millions more into the A47.
BT Openreach has launched its biggest recruitment drive ever, which will include 220 engineers to speed the roll-out of faster broadband in the region.
Network Rail has shared plans for how it will spend more than £2 billion to improve train services in East Anglia between 2019 and 2024.
Drivers on the A47 are facing a 25-mile diversion for seven weeks for £2.2m worth of road repairs.
The RAF Marham Flyers Running Club held its annual New Year’s Eve 10K and saw a record turnout of 217 runners.
A Breckland swimming gala continues to go from strength to strength as the 20th annual event is held.
The famous Flying Scotsman has been steaming through East Anglia this weekend and hundreds of photographers took to the railways to catch a glimpse.
Six branches of Norwich and Peterborough Building Society will close their doors for the final time today.
Women who are struggling to conceive face extra heartache after a decision to scrap NHS funding for IVF treatment in the county where it was pioneered.
The train operator has cancelled 15 train services today due to track problems near London and the derailed freight train in Suffolk. See if your travel plans have been affected here.
The number of dedicated ambulance stations in Norfolk could be reduced from 15 to three as part of plans to share more facilities with other emergency and community services.
Services between Norwich and Sheringham, Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth could be disrupted for the rest of the day.
British Sugar has hired an odour consultant to support their investigation into the strange smell that has puzzled large parts of Norfolk.
Holidaymakers will be pleased to know that more than 300 miles of roadworks are being lifted this bank holiday weekend.
The closure dates for the East Anglian branches of Norwich and Peterborough Building Society have been confirmed.
Fourteen pupils from Wayland Academy, Watton, had their enthusiasm for science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) ignited with a day of designing and building model rocket-powered cars.
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