Norfolk Police say the 61-year-old woman who went missing from the Cringleford area earlier this week has been found safe and well.
Maggie Beavis, who had been missing since Monday morning, contacted officers in Newmarket earlier this evening.
How do you choose to commute to work every day? Well according to a new report, if you cycle or walk, then you are a happier person.
Researchers at the University of East Anglia studied 18,000 commuters dating back over two decades.
They found that people who swapped their cars for bikes or walking, were under less strain and able to concentrate more while in the office, while using public transport also improved their well-being.
Britain has seen its driest first half of September since before the 1960s and it's also been rather warm.Read the full story ›
Former Norwich City star Jonas Gutierrez has confirmed he is receiving treatment for testicular cancer.
The midfielder joined the Canaries in January but has since returned to his parent club Newcastle. He is currently undergoing chemotherapy in his native Argentina.
A spending watchdog has said a Government decision to cut off funding for a waste incinerator in Norfolk was 'scandalous'.
As a result the county council were left with a shortfall of more than £33m with the plans for the incinerator ending up being scrapped.
The Public Accounts Committee chairman Margaret Hodge says it is appalling that so much money was wasted on a project that is likely never to be built.
As the hunt for answers over murder of a 23 year old Norfolk girl continues in Thailand friends back home in Great Yarmouth have paid their own personal tributes to the girl who had everything to live for.
At the University of East Anglia where Hannah Witheridge had studied the flag flew at half mast today.
While Hannah was studying she would train with her horse Halle at Easton and Otley College.
Equestrian Centre Manager, Hilary Francois said she was just one of those 'unique people'.
Low cloud will once again spread across the region. Mist and fog reformingRead the full story ›
Police are appealing for information following the disappearance of one of the UK's rarest birds of prey in the Great Bircham area.Read the full story ›
The University of East Anglia has lowered its flag today as mark of respect for a former student who was killed in Thailand.
Hannah Witheridge from Hemsby near Great Yarmouth was found on a beach on Monday morning on the island of Koh Tao - alongside 24-year-old David Miller from Jersey.
Today, the UEA's flag was at half-mast. Hannah graduated from the UEA in 2012. Two British men are now being questioned in relation to the murders.
A British man has been questioned in relation to the murders of two Britons, including one from Great Yarmouth, found dead in Thailand.Read the full story ›