A married couple who were found dead at their home had shotgun injuries to their heads, an inquest has heard.Read the full story ›
It will brighten up this afternoon with some sunshine in places. However, as temperatures rise, a few sharp showers will break out.Read the full story ›
Troops from Kazakhstan have spent two weeks training with British soldiers in Norfolk about peacekeeping skillsRead the full story ›
Rain, followed by heavy showers, will clear east this evening and it will be mainly dry overnight. Minimum temperature: 14ºC.Read the full story ›
Police have received 150 calls after releasing e-fits of two men involved in the attempted abduction of a serviceman at RAF Marham.Read the full story ›
Outbreaks of rain, heavy at times, will clear east this afternoon followed by some heavy showers. Sunny spells and showers tomorrow.Read the full story ›
A new home was meant to be a new start for Andrea Poyser and her young family. after her son Laughlin, who was given an award by Prince Harry for his bravery, had a brain tumour and leukaemia.
Laughlin died in October 2014 aged just seven.
The family moved to Norfolk last week but their home has been left in disarray. They hired a local removals firm to store their belongings for six weeks they were supposed to be delivered on Thursday to their new home but the company never showed up and haven't returned any calls.
Andrea's husband tracked them down to an address in Southend but found a lock up that'd been broken into and their posessions strewn across the floor
Watch Serena Sandhu's report below.
The Prince of Wales was left in a fit of giggles after catching sight of Prince Harry - immortalised in papier mache.
Charles cried out "Harry" when he was confronted with a row of royal heads, made from old newspapers and wallpaper paste, and pointed to his son - a bright pink ball, with eyes, a nose and a ginger beard and hair made from string.
Charles and wife Camilla came across the art display as they toured the Sandringham Flower Show and were in good spirits, joking and laughing with visitors.
See Kate Prout's report here
Detectives investigating the attempted abduction of an RAF serviceman at Marham have released e-fit images of the suspects.Read the full story ›
A swimmer who drowned off a Norfolk beach was on holiday visiting his son, an inquest heard.
Leszek Puchala, 52, was at Sea Palling beach, 15 miles north west of Great Yarmouth, when the tragedy unfolded. He lived in Malyszyn Gorny in Poland, Norfolk Coroner's Court in Norwich heard.
At the time of his death he was on holiday in England staying with his son Mr Puchala was swimming off the beach with his son at Sea Palling when he got into difficulty. He was recovered from the sea but despite attempts to rescue him, Mr Puchala was pronounced dead at the scene."
His son Sebastian identified his father's body to police at the beach.
A post-mortem examination at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital gave the preliminary medical cause of death as drowning.< The hearing was adjourned for a full inquest at the Norfolk Coroner's Court on October 28.