Boris Johnson has been "preparing" for a general election with "big announcements" and "photo opportunities", according to a Norfolk Tory MP.
Robberies at Co-op food stores in Norfolk and Suffolk have dropped by 30pc since the retailer rolled out a series of crime prevention measures.
Animal lovers came together to celebrate the wonder of pets at a popular annual service.
Officers have seized a vehicle which was found to be uninsured.
Construction work to convert a town's disused hospital into new housing and a community hub has officially begun.
This warm image of a crisp leaf basking in the summer sunshine has been crowned The Journal's Picture of the Week.
A clothing company which pays homage to Lowestoft's rich fishing heritage has begun operating in the town.
Dog poo bag dispensers have been installed in a bid to rid a community garden of its smelly problem.
A school's climbing wall was finally opened following a determined period of fundraising.
A homeowner was awoken to find his mobile phone missing and a woman crouched down in his room.
Crews aboard two fire engines were "dangerously reduced" as they were sent to deal with a house fire, a union has said.
A multi-agency operation which uncovered dangerous living conditions at an industrial estate was a "disrespectful" act of "intimidation", according to the site's owner.
Lowestoft has been unsuccessful in its bid to receive part of a government fund designed to revitalise the country's declining high streets.
A school gave their departing year 11s a dazzling prom night they will never forget.
Life-saving patrols along the region's coastline will begin on a daily basis as the summer season gets under way.
Several firefighters were pressed in action after a pan fire filled a residential property with smoke.
A town centre was sprinkled with performing arts magic as a group of school children surprised shoppers with a flashmob.
Officers are seeking information about the driving manner of two vehicles following a collision at a busy roundabout.
A Second World War veteran who served on the beaches of Normandy was remembered with a poignant procession through his hometown.
Inspirational figures from Waveney have been shortlisted ahead of a ceremony recognising educational achievements.
A team supporting GPs in reducing strokes and heart attacks has received national recognition for its work.
A grandmother took on a sponsored swim to thank a surgery for its continued support while she battled cancer.
Three people have been taken to hospital after a car veered off a road and crashed into a town centre park bench.
Fire crews were sent to deal with a blaze at a coastal nature reserve.
A council website has returned to normal working order after a technical problem was resolved.
Drivers have been faced with lengthy delays after a road bridge became stuck open.
An art sale will give budding artists a chance to exhibit their work and raise funds for an important village project.
Public safety is being put at risk as a result of widespread cutbacks to fire service funding, according to firefighters.
A series of workshops will provide an opportunity for theatre hopefuls to learn the ropes from West End professionals.
A high school is getting ready for an annual celebration that heralds students for their creative talents.