A village near Norwich will use the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War as the moment to unveil its new memorial.
An interactive map created by researchers in Norwich shows that more years are lost for people in Norfolk who die in road accidents and from drug use compared to the national average.
Financial columnist Peter Sharkey says a building disaster in Bulgaria and HS2 are good metaphors for avoiding bad financial plans
The family of a missing grandfather have issued a desperate plea for him to return home.
Offshore wind opportunities in the East of England were showcased at Europe’s largest wind energy conference.
Chris Baker says he is ‘over the moon’ to be crowned British men’s high jump champion.
Today’s youngsters don’t know what they’re missing!
Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust (NSFT) has appointed two new directors.
Website and restaurant guide SquareMeal has revealed the UK’s favourite places to eat following votes from thousands of its readers, as well as bloggers and local foodies.
Great Yarmouth’s Triple S Fight Team travelled to Birmingham to compete in the Thai, K1 and Kickboxing Championships over two days.
Football-crazed youngsters were starstruck when a Manchester United legend turned up at the youth tournament they were playing in and shouted support from the sidelines.
A cat left standing in its own excrement was one of 2,588 animal cruelty complaints investigated by the RSPCA in Norfolk last year.
From leaving school with no qualifications to working in Burger King, Adam Frisby has had an unusual journey for a fashion mogul.
More than 1,500 admissions to hospital in Norfolk and Suffolk over the course of a year were due to drug-related mental illness, new figures revealed.
Lowestoft’s battling Neller brothers - Hadley, Ashton and Travis - and William Davis travelled to Yorkshire for the 2018 National Ringsports Championships last weekend and achieved some good results.
A squad from Phoenix Karate Schools travelled across the country at the weekend to compete in the Liverpool Open tournament.
A Norfolk doctor faces a misconduct tribunal over allegations she did not follow or seek instructions while delivering a baby.
A company that helps people access a government funding scheme for heating has agreed to apologise for errors in a letter sent out to homes in Great Yarmouth, after being taken to court by an individual.
This is the moment thieves successfully stole antique shotguns from a Burgh Castle pub.
Norfolk’s disability swimming sensation Jessica-Jane Applegate has broken three world records.
An alternative model has taken part in a competition.
As part of our series looking at the future of local government, political editor Richard Porritt looks at what hasn’t worked elsewhere.
The new chief executive of the region’s failing mental health trust has said things need to go back to basics to fix problems highlighted by inspectors.
Monarch Airlines has gone into administration and has cancelled around 300,000 future bookings.
As a youngster in the north of England, Leslie Shepherd started out winning talent shows as a ventriloquist.
A Norfolk primary school has donated £900 to a charity for bereaved children after the unexpected loss of “a much valued member” of their school community.
As colour TV turns 50 new figures reveal more than 8,000 households across the UK still watch programmes in black and white - and eight of them are in Great Yarmouth.
The region’s mental health trust has been listed in the top five in the country for sending patients out of the area for their care.
Floods devastated council office
Several road runners made their way across the country to take part in the Rock n’ Roll Half and full Marathon in Liverpool.