Shoppers in Norwich were treated to something a bit out of the ordinary today as Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway came to town.
A 21-year-old man, arrested in connection with a series of car crashes in Norwich’s clubland, has been charged with a number of offences.
When a mother wrote to East Coast to tell them of her son's love of train, she could never have imagined the response she would get.
Police say they are looking at whether a stabbing and a knife-point robbery in Norwich which took place just 15 minutes apart could be linked.
A shop worker was threatened with a knife at about 10pm yesterday at Woodside News on Salhouse Road.
The robber failed to steal anything and ran off in the direction of Sale Road.
Fifteen minutes later, police were called to a property on nearby Goodwood Road to reports that a man had been stabbed in the leg. He was taken to hospital.
A Norfolk Police spokesman said officers were trying to establish if the two incidents were linked.
Three men - two in their late 20s and one in his late teens - have been arrested in connection with the robbery.
A demonstration has been held outside a work assessment centre for disabled people in Norwich, which doesn't have wheelchair access.
The centre is on the second floor of St Mary's House in Duke Street, and is run by Atos on behalf of the Department for Work and Pensions.
Campaigners say people in wheelchairs are being sent to assessment centres many miles from their home, because they can't use their local centre.
A local historian has written a new book and guide revealing the stories behind Norwich's blue plaques.
The city has more plaques than any other place in the UK.
They each commemorate important places and people who have lived in the area including Elizabeth Fry, who led prison reforms in the 19th century, and Sarah Glover, who invented the Doe, Ray, Me rhyme to teach children to sing.
A man is wanted in connection with the theft of Lego from a store in Norwich.
Lego was stolen from John Lewis in All Saints Green on Tuesday February 4 and Thursday February 13.
In one of the incidents the Lego was dropped outside and then picked up by a second man.
Police have released CCTV of a man they would like to speak to in connection with the thefts
Anyone with information is asked to contact PC Matt Springall at Bethel Street Police Station on 101.
A man was knocked unconscious and suffered facial injuries in an assault in a Norwich bar.
The incident happened in Revolucion de Cuba on Queen Street at around midnight on Saturday January 25.
Police have issued CCTV of a man and a woman they want to speak to in connection with the assault.
Any one with information should contact PC Matt Springall at Bethel Street Police Station on 101.
The University of East Anglia (UEA) has launched a three-year Paramedic Science degree programme in conjunction with the East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST).
Designed to help EEAST boost its future workforce, the course (pending approval by the Health and Care Professions Council) has been developed with the trust to provide 'an innovative, research-led programme'.
A spokesperson for EEAST said: “Our main priority is to reduce lengthy ambulance delays at the moment and in order to do this, we need more paramedics.
"There is a real shortage of paramedics in the county at the moment so we welcome courses such as this which will train the future generation of lifesavers in the east of England.”