Dreaming of springtime sunshine for the Easter weekend? Don’t get your hopes up just yet.
We all know Norfolk is the best place to live, but now it seems the experts think so too.
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.
Temperatures are to plummet in East Anglia this weekend with bitter winds making it feel as cold as -10C.
A woman with learning disabilities who was kept in hospital for more than five years has taken the lead in making changes for others like her.
Norfolk has two bookshops in the running to become the best independent bookshop in the east of England.
A new £3.4m electricity substaton will breathe new life into a key employment zone hampered by a lack of power - creating 1,700 new jobs and saving 1,450 more.
Diagnosed with ADHD and suffering from depression, Billy Harper’s teenage years were difficult.
Residents and motorists in Diss may soon have to obey new parking rules in one of the town’s busiest roads.
Dating back to 1909, International Women’s Day takes place on March 8 each year and commemorates the movement for women’s rights.
Dignitaries, a member of the House of Lords and sporting figure have put their support behind Norfolk Day.
Norfolk and Waveney has just recovered from the deluge of snow brought by the Beast from the East and now the region is set to be hit by the Pest from the West.
Calls for better regulation of trampoline parks have been made nationally despite ambulance call outs in Norfolk going down.
This weeks extreme weather has generated a huge amount of fantastic video. Take a look at some of the best clips we have published over the past few days.
The snow and ice is clearing from Norfolk’s roads as temperatures rise, but police have urged drivers to still take extra care.
The worst seems to be over as a long thaw sets in.
Staff at the county’s community healthcare trust have spoken out over the hard work of those staff who struggled into work through the snow.
The widespread snow across East Anglia could start melting over the weekend as temperatures rise above freezing.
Major routes in Norfolk and Waveney remain impassable this morning (Friday) as snowdrifts and treacherous ice put those on the roads at risk.
Wymondham back Charlie Delaney is on the cusp of being chosen to play for the England under-18 touch rugby team at an upcoming European tournament.
It may have caused temperatures to hit sub-zero but reaction to the Beast from the East has warmed hearts as community spirit shone through.
Motorists are being warned to only travel if absolutely necessary tonight with gusting winds creating snow drifts and impassable roads, particularly in rural areas.
Ambulance crews travelled for hours to get into work and stayed well past the end of their shifts to ensure patients stayed safe while the region was gripped with heavy snowfall.
An array of animal puppets have visited a day centre in Norwich this month as part of a unique project tackling dementia.
Hundreds of schools in Norfolk and Suffolk remain closed today (Thursday) following fresh weather warnings across the country.
It forced many to abandon their cars or stay tucked up at home, but the Beast from the East could not prevent the region’s dedicated public servants from getting to those who needed them.
Stranded vehicles including a lorry have caused heavy traffic and long delays on the A11.
Some parts of the county are set to see a lot more snow than others as the Beast from the East rages on.
Train services are expected to run as normal tomorrow after a day of snow disruption.
Weather forecasters are predicting poor weather conditions brought on by the Beast from the East will continue into the weekend.
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