A snowy owl has made an “extremely rare” visit to Norfolk this weekend - thousands of miles away from its usual feeding ground.
Two housing associations are in discussions over a partnership to create East Anglia’s biggest housing group.
People will have to wait a bit longer for their bins to be emptied, with collections across most of Norfolk once again cancelled because of the weather.
The growing problem of homelessness and rough sleeping is to be tacked with a £1.5m fund from Norfolk County Council (NCC).
New figures released by the Department for Transport (DfT) reveal the walking habits of people across the region.
A project to transform a disused water tower into a futuristic home is close to completion.
Children living in the most deprived areas of our region are more likely to be obese, new statistics have revealed.
Thousands of vacancies for registered nursing and midwifery posts in the east of England are not being filled, new NHS figures show.
Snow could be on its way to Norfolk on Sunday as the temperatures plummet to below freezing overnight.
A nursing leader has painted a bleak picture of the conditions nurses in East Anglia are working under, as it was revealed one in 10 leave the profession every year.
The RAF Marham Flyers Running Club held its annual New Year’s Eve 10K and saw a record turnout of 217 runners.
The life expectancy for men living in several parts of Norfolk is getting shorter – with Norwich seeing the steepest decline.
With no fixtures in the Barnes Print Central and South Norfolk League over the Christmas period there’s a chance to review the season so far.
Two officers have been assaulted during an eventful weekend for Norfolk’s police.
Adults and children affected by domestic abuse in Norfolk have been helped by vital funding from the county’s Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC).
Mick Cooper of West Acre qualified in style to reach the last 32 of this year’s English Amateur Billiards Championship.
Thousands of people have come together in Remembrance Sunday services across the region.
As part of our series looking at the future of local government, political editor Richard Porritt looks at what hasn’t worked elsewhere.
Chefs and carers from a range of care homes caring for the elderly, those living with dementia and learning difficulties joined together for a study day aiming to put food first for residents.
Businesses have been in touch with BAE Systems as they seek to keep skills in Norfolk, according to industry leaders.
The boss of the region’s beleaguered mental health trust is retiring with immediate effect.
Both Swaffham sides were in action again at the weekend and both suffered defeats.
Anna Bridle, 48, from Sporle, took on the Spiral to the Summit challenge on Sunday, September 17 on behalf of the Stroke Association and successfully climbed the Swaffham windmill three times - the equivalent of almost 1,000 steps.
Tourist attractions and beaches across Norfolk and Suffolk had a bumper bank holiday weekend thanks to clear sunny skies.
More council-funded funerals are held in the Great Yarmouth area, compared with other areas of Norfolk and Suffolk figures reveal.
“Tell them you are suicidal and they do nothing”.
The number of paramedics working in Norfolk and Suffolk has been boosted by almost 100 after the first cohort of paramedic science students graduated from the University of East Anglia (UEA).
Young Toby Millward’s impressive performances for Swaffham Town have earned him an exciting reward - an opportunity to make a name for himself in the United States.
When 12-year-old Thomas Gell broke his arm, he thought his dream of landing first place at an angling competition was the one that got away.
The skies above West Norfolk were once filled with the sounds of Vickers Wellington Bombers as they conducted their countless missions to mainland Europe during the Second World War.
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