The terror attack on Westminster might demonstrate the worst in human nature but it has prompted random acts of kindness which show people at their very best.
Religious leaders in Norfolk have united in condemnation of the suspected terror attack at Westminster.
Policing plans in Norfolk and Suffolk are being reviewed following the suspected terror attack at Westminster.
Officers from Norfolk Constabulary have been left “shocked and saddened” by the death of Pc Keith Palmer who was killed in a suspected terror attack in Westminster.
Seven people have been arrested in raids in London, Birmingham and elsewhere linked to the Westminster terror attack, police have revealed.
The police officer who died was named by Scotland Yard as Keith Palmer, a 48-year-old husband and father.
Four people have been killed as serving police officer PC Keith Palmer was stabbed and his attacker shot dead in a major “terrorist incident” at the Houses of Parliament.
Like the famous green benches of the House of Commons, the police are part of the fabric of Westminster.
A Norwich MP has described how he and other members of parliament were told about how a police officer had been stabbed before the alleged assailant was shot in Westminster.
Eyewitnesses around the Houses of Parliament in London have described the scene at what police are calling a “serious incident” where an officer has been stabbed.
Political editor Annabelle Dickson was in the House of Commons for Prime Minister’s Questions, she described the scene as the drama unfolded.
Officers pulled over the white van whilst they were on a night patrol in the South Norfolk town.
In just a single year, police had to look for 2,338 missing children in Suffolk in what the county’s police commissioner called “every parent’s worst nightmare”.
A 28-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of drug driving and on a fail to appear warrant in Lowestoft.
More than 160 people were caught driving while using a mobile phone in Norfolk and Suffolk in the week that tougher penalties were introduced for offenders.
A man threw a flare onto the pitch during the East Anglian Derby after being given a ticket to the game for his birthday, a court has heard.
Police are seeking witnesses after three vehicles were damaged in Oulton Broad, Lowestoft.
Drugs worth about £5,000 have been seized, and 11 people have been arrested, during a week of action to target drug supply in Lowestoft.
A boy believed to be as young as 15-years-old is one of three suspects police are trying to trace in connection with the discovery of counterfeit cash which has left businesses across north Norfolk out of pocket.
It was a crime which shocked the quiet rural village of Weybread to its core.
Police recruitment opens in Suffolk today as the county’s force looks to take on more officers.
A Lowestoft man serving a life sentence for arranging a savage acid attack on his ex-girlfriend has won the right to appeal on a technicality.
Police patrols are being stepped up following reports of anti-social behaviour in Carlton Colville.
Drone footage has emerged of the painstaking search of a landfill site in Cambridgeshire as police continue their hunt for missing RAF serviceman Corrie McKeague.
A 20-year-old Lowestoft man has appeared at court this morning (Thursday) charged with possession of heroin with intent to supply and possession of crack cocaine with intent to supply.
Some people can get a little engrossed in their mobiles. But this guy takes the biscuit.
Three men have been charged with drug offences in Lowestoft.
Police are appealing for witnesses and information following a burglary in Lowestoft.
Police in Suffolk have been judged ‘good’ at keeping people safe and reducing crime - despite inspectors highlighting areas of concern.
Specially trained officers are set to combat rural crime across Suffolk as part of comprehensive crackdown.
Major plans to transform a vacant factory site in south Lowestoft with a new retail and leisure development were showcased this week.
A man has suffered ankle injuries following a two vehicle road collision in Oulton Broad.
A café that provides work experience, training and volunteering opportunities for people with additional needs has opened in Lowestoft.
Children at Roman Hill Primary School were hopping with joy at the latest arrivals to their wildlife garden.
Holiday giant Hoseasons has underlined its commitment to Lowestoft once more as they look to recruit talented youngsters from the area.
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