The funeral of a man killed in a flat fire has taken place - after friends raised the money to make sure he got a proper send-off.Read the full story ›
More than 2,000 people have signed a petition against a Norwich school being taken over by an academy trust.
The Department for Education wants to hand over The Hewett School to the Norfolk-based Inspiration Trust following a critical Ofsted report.
The move is being opposed by parents, teachers and Norfolk County Council.
The "We're Backing Hewett" campaign group has so far collected more than 2,000 signatures in just nine days.
The petition says the school should remain "owned by the people of Norwich; not given away against the wishes of parents, pupils and the local community".
Norwich Cathedral's resident peregrine falcons have laid their first egg of the year.
The Hawk and Owl Trust made the announcement on its Twitter feed this morning.
The trust installed a platform for the birds at the cathedral in 2011.
In 2014, four chicks hatched but two later died.
The eggs have an average incubation period of about 35 days.
To watch the Hawl and Owl Trust's live webcam feed from the cathedral, click here.
Friends and strangers who clubbed together to pay for a funeral of a pensioner in Norfolk will pay their last respects today.
72-year-old David Daniels died after a fire at his flat in Norwich in January, but when there were no relatives to arrange anything, locals set up an appeal.
More than £1,200 was raised and the funeral will be held today.
There's uncertainty over the future of one of the last council-run secondary schools in Norwich after councillors pulled back from taking the Government to court over plans to turn it into an academy.
The Government wants to force the change after the Hewett School was put into special measures in November. But there's been a furious reaction to taking the school out of council control.
Protestors say it would become "an exam factory" and goes against the wishes of parents, pupils and the local community.
County councillors were expected to launch a judicial review but this afternoon postponed the decision.
Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Natalie Gray
An online petition has emerged backing Norwich's most famous son - Alan Partridge as the next presenter of Top Gear.
More than 14,000 people have joined the call to install Alan as the show's host after Jeremy Clarkson was suspended earlier this month.
No decision has been made though as to whether Clarkson will return to his job and there is plenty of speculation as to who might replace him.
Part of the A47 in Norfolk will be closed for four weekends over the next two months.
It will shut at Postwick, at the eastern end of Norwich Southern Bypass, while a new bridge is built.
The work is part of the £19million improvement scheme to the Postwick Hub junction.
Work will continue until mid May.
A council opposed to plans to hand over the running of a struggling Norwich high school to an academy trust will today decide whether to mount a legal challenge.
The Government wants the Hewett School to become part of the Inspiration Trust after being rated inadequate by inspectors.
The plan is opposed by parents, teachers and Norfolk County Council. Today an extraordinary meeting of the council's children's services committee will hear from legal experts.
A show celebrating rock legend Meat Loaf has been cancelled in Norwich this evening because one of the musicians has been injured in a car crash.
One of the keyboard players on 'The Meat Loaf Story' is suffering from a broken leg and wrist.
“There is not the time to arrange another player for Norwich. I have been ill and two other key members of the cast have also suffered injuries so it has been a tough time.
"It is the first time in 30 years of touring that I have had to cancel shows. I am very sorry if you have made plans to come and see us.”
The box office team at Norwich Theatre Royal are in the process of contacting everyone who has booked a ticket to tell them the show will not go ahead.
In the next few days they will also all receive a letter with details of a full refund for their tickets.
“Our message is don’t call us. We will call you. Staff here will telephone everyone as quickly as possible to let them know the show is off.”
A woman has died following a bus crash in Norwich.
It happened on the A140 Cromer Road at about 9.25am on Friday 20th February. A bus travelling out of Norwich was involved in a collision with a pedestrian near to the junction with Heather Avenue.
The pedestrian, a 66-year-old woman from the Norwich area, was taken to Addenbrookes Hospital in Cambridge where she sadly died this morning. (Friday 13th March)
An investigation into the collision is still ongoing.