The serviceman involved in the attempted abduction at RAF Marham in July has spoken out about the incident for a Crimewatch programme.Read the full story ›
Calvin Edwards was jailed for four years for lacing his victims' drinks with ketamine and trying to attack them, but luckily they escaped.Read the full story ›
The attempted kidnap of an RAF serviceman took place near RAF Marham, in Norfolk, on Wednesday.Read the full story ›
Two people have been pulled from the sea and are being treated by paramedics on an East Anglian beach.Read the full story ›
Police are now hunting two men who fled the scene in a dark coloured Ford Galaxy. It is unclear if the incident was terror related.Read the full story ›
A passenger train in Norfolk reportedly collided with a tractor at a level crossing, causing injuries.Read the full story ›
Farmer Tony Martin, who was jailed for shooting dead a teenage burglar, will not face any charges after being investigated on suspicion of possessing an illegal firearm.
The 71-year-old was arrested last month after a police search of his home, apparently following comments he made to a newspaper reporter about the prevalence of unlicensed firearms in the UK.
Norfolk Police confirmed a firearm seized by officers at the time of Mr Martin's arrest was "was deemed not to be a viable weapon due to its condition" and said he will face no further action.
Mr Martin served three years in prison for shooting dead Fred Barras, 16, at his Norfolk home in 1999 in a case that sparked national debate on the defence of private property.
He was initially found guilty of murder but this was reduced to manslaughter on appeal.
The whale was reported to be alive and thrashing about off the Norfolk coast but it is hoped it has now made it's way back into the sea.Read the full story ›
Expert Sally Hamilton tells ITV News the North Sea is too shallow for them and they probably ended up there following food.Read the full story ›
As an autopsy gets underway on the sixth sperm whale to become stranded on the British coast in the past fortnight, it has been suggested the whales are dying of dehydration.
Kevin Murphy, the Norfolk Coordinator for British Divers Marine Life Rescue told ITV News the shallow waters on the North Sea don't contain food for the whales, which are deep-sea diving creatures.
He also explained that the gruesome task of disposing of the mammal's carcass is the responsibility of the landowner who owns the private beach.
"It will be a very, very expensive job and a bit of a gruesome task", he says, adding that it must be done otherwise the whale will become an environmental hazard as it decomposes.