The Hemsby community has been praised for its efforts to support those affected by this weekend’s coastal erosion.
Motorists are being warned to only travel if absolutely necessary tonight with gusting winds creating snow drifts and impassable roads, particularly in rural areas.
Norfolk Police said plans were in place to ensure this weekend’s much anticipated derby between Norwich and Ipswich at Carrow Road went ahead without a hitch.
Drivers are being warned to expect snow and ice during rush-hour as temperatures continue to plummet.
Victims of sexual abuse and violence are being encouraged to speak out as Norfolk Police supports a national week-long campaign to raise awareness.
Police are on the hunt for a 46-year-old Great Yarmouth wanted man with connections to Norwich and Lowestoft.
Police have warned that a busy road is likely to be closed for “a number of hours” after a lorry jackknifed on the A47 between Acle and Great Yarmouth.
The A47 between Acle and Great Yarmouth has been closed following a collision between a lorry and a motor vehicle.
Traffic on the A146 has returned to normal after a crash caused major delays this morning.
A rescue helicopter is searching for a missing woman in Hopton-on-Sea.
The community is continuing to search for missing Sophie Smith after police said they have scaled back their hunt.
Fears are mounting for the safety of missing student Sophie Smith who vanished from her home in Gorleston a week ago.
Volunteers are set to carry out door-to-door inquiries as the desperate search for missing student Sophie Smith enters its second week.
Ongoing attempts to locate missing student Sophie Smith have drawn widespread praise as coastal communities keep up their search efforts.
Additional searches have been carried out as members of coastal communities persist with their efforts to find missing student Sophie Smith.
Ruddy Muddy has joined the search for missing UEA student Sophie Smith.
Searches are set to take place today as local people come together to try and find missing Gorleston woman Sophie Smith.
Coastguard teams remain on standby this weekend as the search for missing student Sophie Smith continues.
Sophie Smith left her Gorleston home in the early hours of Boxing Day morning and has not been seen since.
Missing 21-year-old Sophie Smith is believed to have entered the sea at Gorleston and, consequently, police have confirmed they will be conducting further coastline searches this afternoon.
Missing student Sophie Smith suffers from severe anxiety and depression police have revealed, with the lead officer adding hopes of finding her alive are fading with each passing hour.
Family, friends, and volunteers have taken part in a search for a missing 21-year-old woman along the Lowestoft coast.
Members of the public are being asked if they can print out missing posters to help find missing Sophie.
A desperate search has taken place for a student who disappeared near her family’s seaside home over Christmas.
Police officers, firefighters and ambulance crews saw demand for their services soar yesterday as flooding, snow, ice and high winds hit the region.
Norfolk has woken up to frosty and icy roads this morning.
The A47 at Hopton is blocked after a car rolled on the busy road.
Drivers are facing travel delays as Norfolk wakes up to freezing temperatures.
An elderly driver escaped injury after his car came off the A143 near Gillingham.
It was a routine night training exercise, which ended in tragedy.
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