An East Anglian gardening duo is one of five teams battling it out to create Britain’s “garden of the year”, with a beach-themed design based on the region’s coast.
Hot on the heels of storm Ciara, Norfolk and Suffolk are bracing themselves for another weekend of heavy wind and rain, as forecasters warn storm Dennis could bring widespread disruption later this week.
Beach-goers have been warned to keep their eyes peeled for buried munitions, after the bomb disposal unit was called to a beach twice in one week.
More than 80 trains have now been cancelled in East Anglia, as problems with the new multi-million pound trains escalated.
A weather warning is in place for high winds across East Anglia.
A major new poll has suggested the Conservatives could turn Norfolk and Waveney almost completely blue - including in two close-fought marginal seats.
Commuters could face crowded journeys with a number of trains in the region missing carriages this morning,
Drivers have been urged to take care after a spate of crashes and thick early morning fog.
People in the region are being urged to have their say on how a multi-million pound cash injection could breathe new life into their towns.
More than 40 trains have been cancelled in the region after someone was hit by a train.
Delays are expected to continue today as trains in the region are replaced by buses.
The A47 at Blofield has reopened following hours of “major disruption” due to serious flooding.
These photos show the extent of the flooding caused by a weekend of torrential rain in the region.
Flood warnings remain in place, with some areas in the region expected to see further flooding.
There are disruptions to train services this morning with a number of services cancelled.
A yellow weather warning for rain has been issued over the weekend, with more flooding predicted.
Five people were stuck on a fairground ride for almost two hours at a bank holiday gala.
Thousands of spectators cheered on a popular convoy of more than 100 trucks as it gave a group of children a memorable day out.
People visiting a popular pub were given a shock this bank holiday as brave patrons took part in a charity bungee jump in the beer garden.
The East Coast Truckers Children’s Convoy will once again be hitting the road to treat children with special needs to a day out.
TV presenter Jeremy Vine joined a group of Norfolk protestors in Westminister to discuss how the benefits system fails people with terminal illness.
A children’s hospice is inviting people to star in one of its special picture frames to help raise money for children with life threatening illnesses.
A weather warning has been issued as parts of the county wake up to dense fog but a fine and sunny day will follow.