The granite sea defences at Happisburgh in Norfolk are being moved a hundred yards back to protect cliffs from the tide.Read the full story ›
Houses evacuated, roads flooded, tents blown away. It's been a dismal start to the holiday season.
No sooner have the kids broken up for summer and the weather's taken a dramatic turn for the worse.
In some parts of the region, more than a month's rain has fallen in just 72 hours.
A man has died following a serious collision in Haddiscoe on the A143 on Saturday night.
Police were called to the scene, 350metres south of Station Road, shortly after 7pm. A blue Nissan Terrano travelling towards Toft Monks was found upside down in a water-filled ditch.
Two men, both aged in their 20s, were rescued and one suffered minor injuries of cuts and bruises. A second man received treatment at the scene but later died at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.
Officers are keen to hear from anyone who may have witnessed the collision.
People across the East are being warned not to attempt clearing giant hogweed and other invasive plants without professional advice.Read the full story ›
Norfolk Police says it needs more special constables.
At the moment it has some 255 volunteers who help respond to non-999 calls and help police events like the Norfolk show and Lord Mayor's celebrations.
Now the force says it would like more people to join up.
A reasonably bright day with variable amounts of cloud, and windy, especially along the coast. The odd light shower is possible at times.Read the full story ›
A motorcyclist is in hospital after an accident on a wall of death carnival show in Norfolk.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of people have turned out to support the Norwich Gay Pride event.
The annual event to celebrate the Lesbian, Gay and Transgender community saw a parade through the city and various performances.
It's the seventh year the event has been running.
"It really feels like this year the whole city are coming together with us to turn Norwich into a rainbow. We don't seem to need to explain ourselves anymore, people get what pride is and people love it."