The chaotic roll-out of new trains in the region has taken a fresh twist, with the next wave of 111 vehicles postponed to "complete software development".
Hard-pressed train passengers have been dealt another blow, with Greater Anglia axing a host of its early morning catering services on the Norwich to London line in the New Year.
Cold callers have been trying to con people in Norfolk about 'recent car accidents'.
The man behind Norfolk and Suffolk's newest pub chain has vowed to take over 30 venues next year with his brand of "family entertainment".
The hunt is on for someone to take over a village post office, after the current postmaster announced he intends to step down.
Millions of pounds needs to be spent to make sure that thousands of new homes and businesses around Norfolk have enough electricity.
It was an unusual setting for Raymond Briggs' classic tale The Snowman when it launched at Banham Zoo. And bosses even managed to create some extra winter magic.
Film fans could be watching movies at a new Norfolk cinema next year, after a bid to transform a former railway warehouse was given the green light.
Nearly one in five shops are empty on some Norfolk and Waveney high streets, but tourist hotspots are booming.
A Norwich pub which closed earlier this month when the company running it collapsed will reopen under new landlords.
A pub which has been closed since June will reopen under new management in 2020.
South Norfolk Council is offering free training courses and workshops for businesses with 250 staff or fewer in and around Wymondham.
Concerns are growing over the future of a village pub, which villagers claim has fallen into disrepair since it closed four months ago.
On a cold February morning last year, a fire ripped through a popular hotel and restaurant, reducing the 300-year-old building to bare bricks and ash.
The landlord of a newly-reopened pub is pledging to be the cheapest in town, pulling a £1.95 pint.
A carer who has been working in the community for more than a decade has launched a new business to help keep elderly people in their own homes.
Six years ago, a group of strangers met at their local pub and came up with a plan to save their local bookshop.
A manufacturer which has made bikes for some of the world's top athletes has opened a showroom in Norfolk, allowing people to test the £10,000 carbon fibre cycles.
Despite increasing turnover by more than £25m, a family-owned Norwich firm has swung to a loss.
Shop owners have hit back at critics of a towns's new charity shop, claiming the addition will boost sales for other businesses.
Hooves have joined paws in an exciting new business venture in Wymondham which has launched at a centre for animal lovers.
A valuations expert has warned against discarding trinkets in your home - after he found a paint pot worth £360,000 abandoned in a box at a charity shop.
A pub which has undergone massive transformation since new owners took over in April has been voted the friendliest in the region, by its loyal customers.
A young couple who left their Midlands home town to take over a struggling Norfolk pub have shared the story behind its dramatic turn around.
Customers have blasted a company which has gone bust, owing tens of thousands of pounds to people but failing to respond to their enquiries.
New trains have been launched travelling from Norwich to Cambridge, promising easy access, reliable services and reduced travel time.
Norfolk could be set to lose some of its supermarkets as Sainsbury's announced the closure of up to 125 of its sites.
Thousands of jobs are to be lost and the holidays of even more thrown into disarray as tour company Thomas Cook has confirmed it has fallen into liquidation.
The worst fears about the future of Thomas Cook have been confirmed as the firm collapsed into compulsory liquidation.
A restaurant owner who succeeded in his quest to open Norfolk's eyes to Moroccan cuisine has decided to seek pastures new.
A Norfolk council is set to take over the management of a sports centre after a high school said it wanted to stop "subsidising the community use of the facility".
Motorists have been urged to take extra care of high winds bringing down trees.
A south Norfolk dog sitting service has launched a Christmas recruitment drive for new hosts.
More than 1000 homes and businesses across Norfolk have been affected by two large power cuts.