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A drink driver who was more than three times over the limit and killed a 40-year-old when he veered into the opposite lane of traffic has been jailed.
The family of a father have paid tribute to him after the drink driver who killed him was jailed for nine years today.
A decision on whether Diss will get a new Aldi has been delayed after a last-minute intervention by a rival supermarket.
Emergency services are still at the scene of a two vehicle collision in Attleborough.
Tributes have been paid to one of the driving forces behind one of the region’s most successful estate agencies.
A wanted man from Norwich who had been on the run for about two months has finally been arrested by police.
A pair of South American fur seals are settling into their new surroundings at Banham Zoo.
A second consultation for the proposed relocation of Diss Post Office is under way – with a new site identified.
A teenager has admitted to causing damage to a Remembrance Day memorial figure.
Renovation plans have come under fire from leisure centre members who wish to save the sauna and steam room.
A man has been taken to hospital after collapsing in Tesco during a medical incident yesterday.
Calls are being made for an investigation over the deaths of almost 8,500 people in Norfolk and Suffolk over the last three years.
The A11 is set for disruption for around six weeks from Monday due to upgrades on LED lighting.
Debates continue over HGV traffic restriction and its impact on neighbouring villages.
Bus service problems could be partially resolved as an operator weighs up demand for the 319 service.
Norfolk's longest-serving council leader will stand down after receiving a life peerage from the prime minister.
Breckland Council voted to invest in the project as part of a crackdown on issues like fly-tipping, graffiti and other environmental crime.
Norfolk Screen has been awarded a two-year contract to become the official film office for the county.
Pupils from Occold Primary School have been learning the basics behind coding websites, creating apps and how the digestive system works.
Staff members were put through a series of weird and wonderful challenges as Diss High School raised £2,500 for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices.
The new executive head of a school and an academy has spoken of his delight at being given the role.
A fresh start beckons for a school after its teacher was promoted to the new headteacher for the school.