A statement read at the sentencing of a serial rapist today said "Not a day goes by without thinking about what he did".
A former West Norfolk school teacher has been jailed after admitting a number of historic child sex offences.
A fine, fitting, start to King’s Lynn Music Society’s new post-lockdown season was presented by pianist and public servant, Neil Hilgrove Colledge.
The Health Secretary has set out a 'plan b' if his blueprint to life with Covid does not work.
Shoppers could be charged 50p for carrier bags in a bid to end single-use plastic.
The government says there are no guarantees there will not be empty shelves at Christmas as shortage of lorry drivers continues to hit supply chains.
The case has been adjourned after magistrates heard staff sickness had caused the problem.
The man was convicted on several charges almost a year ago.
The man admitted to magistrates that he had drunk too much on the night of the incident.
Buckingham Palace has asked residents to lend a hand in making the Queen's jubilee celebrations special.
Magistrates heard the woman was abusive towards officers before defying their instruction to leave the area.
A father was attacked by his son with a metal table leg after a row over the son’s girlfriend staying over.
A man who told revellers to 'keep dancing' as officers moved in has been given a suspended prison sentence.
As crunch talks take place in Whitehall to ease the lorry driver shortages, one industry expert warns it may be too little, too late.
An inquest has been opened into the death of a teenage motorcyclist following a crash over the bank holiday weekend.
Dozens of stalls offered an array of tantalising tastes during the weekend culinary showcase.
Magistrates heard the man had drunk spirits after returning from taking friends for a night out in Norwich.
Magistrates heard the defendant had contacted officers over domestic issues.
The defendant chased the victim, pushing him into a bus stop and punching him, magistrates heard.
Magistrates heard the man felt 'genuine remorse and shame' over the attack which had left his partner struggling for breath.