An RAF corporal who attended a summer ball at an air force camp was caught drink-driving the following morning.
The descendants of the crew of a Lancaster bomber which crashed in 1943 attended a special 80th anniversary memorial service at the weekend.
In his weekly That’s Entertainment column, Andy Tyler looks at the local arts scene…
Independent business is “alive and thriving” – that’s what the judges said as the first West Norfolk Food and Drink Awards winners have been revealed.
In his weekly Memory Lane Schooldays feature, Chris Hornby pays a visit to a primary school in 2002.
A 42-year-old woman who was dealing ketamine to a “small group” of people and had £3,000 worth of the drug in her car has avoided going to prison.
A disqualified driver took a woman’s car without her permission and got it stuck in sand.
A man who is currently in prison admitted to breaking the door of a corner shop.
A transit van driver was smoking a cannabis joint just before he was pulled over by police.
A drug-driver was caught by police after they spotted him on the phone and without a seatbelt while behind the wheel.
Police discovered cannabis at a man’s property in a town.
A drug-driver got behind the wheel with just a provisional licence while he had a heavily pregnant passenger in the car.
A man who was threatening people with a traffic cone spat in two police officers’ faces and wrote swear words in his own faeces on custody walls.
A man who was described as a “prolific shoplifter” and a “heroin addict” has reportedly turned his life around.
This award-winning production, based on the equally successful 2001 novel, is a spellbounding journey of survival, self belief and personal courage.
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is under pressure over fresh claims that he denied funding to rebuild five crumbling hospitals while he was chancellor.
A pre-school celebrated its 50th anniversary with a summer party at the weekend.
A pub giant has announced it will implement a ‘dynamic pricing’ system that could see the price of a pint of beer increase by 20p.
A yellow storm warning has been issued amid concerns communities could “become cut off by flooded roads”.
A woman who admitted to having cannabis in The Walks also denied having sex in the park.