A kennels owner who was found to have breached an order to halt noise nuisance from her business has had the case adjourned to give her the chance to her try and silence the problem.
A barrister made hundreds of iPhone recordings of dog noise coming from his neighbours' kennels as he collected evidence of "barking, yelping and whining", a court heard.
The case of a man charged with the murder of his wife in Brooke has been adjourned.
A man is set to appear in court charged with the murder of his wife in Brooke.
A man is to go on trial accused of causing death by dangerous driving after a man was killed when he fell from the back of a vehicle.
A motorist struck another car and forced a pedestrian to take cover in a hedge after drinking a bottle and a half of wine following bad news about his father's illness, a court has heard.
The inquest of a woman who was stabbed to death in Brooke has been adjourned while the police investigation continues.
A gang which committed more than 200 burglaries across the eastern region over an 11-month period, carried out almost 100 of the raids in Norfolk.
Police were called to an incident involving the victim of a fatal stabbing and her husband the night before she was killed, it has emerged.
Rubber bullet used by officers who arrested a man after a woman was stabbed to death in a Norfolk village, police have confirmed.
Detail is today emerging about the close relationship between the couple at the centre of a murder inquiry in Brooke.
A woman who was believed to have been stabbed to death in a Norfolk village has been described as a "lovely lady" by a neighbour.
The number of Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) roles is set to be reduced as part of Suffolk Constabulary's new policing model.
The owner of a boarding kennels where the incessant barking and howling of dogs became a serious nuisance will have to cut the number of animals kept there.
A drunk teenager injured three officers as he laid into riot police who were trying to shut down an illegal rave in Norfolk woodland, a court has heard.
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