A documentary featuring Stephen Fry will be screened later this year, after he revealed he tried to kill himself while filming it.
Nearly 4000 cyclists completed a hundred mile course around Norfolk today - raising money for the British Heart Foundation.
A share of 170 million pounds is to be spent in our region on improving congestion hotspots on our roads.
Slow traffic and partially blocked due to an accident involving two vehicles on A12 Southbound at A1243 Pasteur Road (Gapton Hall Roundabout).
Hospital trusts across the region are supporting National Falls Awareness Week, by implementing new strategies to reduce the risk of injury to patients.
Peterborough Hospital has appointed a specialist nurse, while hospitals in Hertfordshire and Norfolk are also offering advice. Falls are the leading cause of death in people over the age of 75.
Orders for the next generation of stealth fighter war planes, which will be based in Norfolk, will be made in the autumn.
The government says it hopes to order 48 Joint Strike Fighters by 2020.
Some aircraft will be assigned to the Royal Navy. The remainder will be based at RAF Marham near King's Lynn which is currently home to the RAF's fleet of Tornado aircraft.
Former Norwich City footballer Darren Huckerby has been encouraging students to get into reading.
He has been speaking to young people at a literary festival at the city's Open Academy.
The week-long event, aimed mainly at boys, includes recitals, creative writing and a public speaking competition.
The first squadron of the next generation of stealth fighter jets which will operate from RAF Marham in West Norfolk is expected to be ordered this autumn, Defence Minister Philip Dunne has said.
Mr Dunne said the Government hopes 48 of the F35 Joint Strike Fighter aircraft, also known as Lightning II, will have been ordered by 2020.
The Royal Air Force and the Royal Navy will operate the aircraft from Marham and the Navy's Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carriers, which are being built.
Norfolk police are appealing for information about a 77 year old man who is missing from his home in Blackpool. Robert Whipp was last seen by his wife at around 9am on Monday 3rd June but has not been seen or in contact with his family since.
Police are growing increasingly concerned for his welfare and are appealing for anybody that knows of his current whereabouts to contact them.
He has previously lived in Colne in Norfolk and it is believed he may have travelled back there.
Robert is described as being white, around 5ft 11 inches tall, slim build and bald. He was last seen wearing tinted glasses with a grey t-shirt, black leather jacket and blue jeans.
High Road closed to heavy goods vehicles due to emergency repairs and subsidence at Ferryboat Lane / Burnt Lane.
Following a successful campaign to transform school dinners, now it is the turn of hospital food. One of our region's top chefs has taken time away from his restaurant to help out at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.
All nine of Norfolk's MPs have called for action to deal with what they describe as a lack of leadership at the Children's Services department at Norfolk County Council.
They say the situation is so serious, they think an interim board should take over immediately.
The County Council says it is commited to making improvements and needs action from a whole range of agencies.
Former Grand Prix world champion, Nigel Mansell, is due to be in Ipswich today as the cycle tour series visits the town.
He sponsors one of them teams to raise awareness of the charity UK Youth.
Yesterday, the tour was held in Aylsham, Norfolk.