US military aircraft have taken to Norfolk airspace as part of an 48-hour readiness exercise.
Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament for five weeks was unlawful, the Supreme Court has decided.
Hundreds of men, women and children will take on a 24 mile walk along the north Norfolk Coast in aid of the East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA).
The region's rail travellers are facing new charges as pay-and-display meters are being put in at a host of stations.
Norfolk Fire and Rescue have been called to rescue a horse stuck in water in Geldeston.
A headline act at a Suffolk festival have confirmed they will cancel their performance.
Trains in East Anglia have been cancelled after passengers verbally assaulted the conductor.
Students and staff at a sporty high school edged closer to raising £70,000 for good causes with a special event.
Award-winning Norfolk brewer, Woodforde's, is launching its 2019 ale trail this week.
Forget about being well-read, knowing your stuff about TV shows is the new way to show off at the dinner table.
Universities are highlighting the effects of social media on wellbeing ahead of Blue Monday, the most depressing day of the year.
After weeks of thrills, slips and magical moments, time is running out to making the most of the Eastern Daily Press and Evening News Ice Rink.
If the January blues are getting you down, you can head to the Norwich Ice Rink for a special discount.
Norwich Ice Rink ran a brand new quiet session for people with disabilities such as autism.
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Here are some of the best pictures from Norwich Ice Rink this week.
Two charities were awarded a free skating session on Norwich Ice Rink to thank them for their hard work and care.
The region's train operator is to scrap most of its first class trains to make room for more standard seating.
Forecasters have predicted a wet and windy festive period for the east of England, dashing any hopes of a white Christmas.
On cold winter nights, most people are wrapped up in a blanket and sipping a hot drink. But while we sleep, a team of up to 56 gritters are out in the early hours keeping Norfolk's roads safe.
The East of England has been told to brace itself for a cold weekend after a yellow weather warning for ice and snow was issued by the Met Office.
The first skaters have buckled up their boots and taken to the ice at the Norwich Rink.
Libraries around Norfolk are inviting people in for free tea and a friendly chat to help combat loneliness.