South Norfolk Police have warned drivers to be careful in the icy conditions.
A main route through Wymondham will be closed today while work is carried out on nearby trees.
Secondary school pupils in Norfolk made better progress in the last academic year, according to new figures.
Prince William says the support of his East Anglian Air Ambulance colleagues helped stop him sliding down a “slippery slope” towards mental health problems.
A cross-party group of MPs have demanded the “chaos and confusion must end” over the region’s failing mental health care provision.
County Hall faces the threat of cyber attack tens of thousands of times every day, with around a dozen posing serious risks, officers have revealed.
Council officers have been urged not to use a well-known online encyclopaedia when preparing committee reports.
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A Norfolk woman was left feeling hungry after buying a very under-filled sandwich from Morrisons.
A former pupil at what is now Attleborough Academy is returning to Holby City as a permanent fixture.
Rural England has offered inspiration to artists for generations. While we tend to conjure up scenes of landscapes, exemplified by John Constable’s Hay Wain, rural art is in fact far more diverse and entertaining.
The wait is finally over as the line-up for Latitude 2019 has been announced, including some of the biggest names in music and comedy.
Music and a special talk about Lowestoft’s history will be showcased at the Seagull Theatre in Pakefield in the coming days.
An independent Ipswich venue which champions East Anglian bands is set to provide professional audio and video performances for up-and-coming acts after securing arts council funding.
Sir Ranulph Fiennes, named by the Guinness Booked of Records as ‘the world’s greatest living explorer’, reveals what frightens him and why he won’t be hanging up his hiking boots anytime soon.
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