Chris finds out about the petition to keep the Cromer Crab Company in the coastal town.
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Chris finds out how people are helping others as part of BBC Radio Norfolk's Happy Hour.
Chris reports on Coldplay's gig at the UEA in Norwich last night.
Chris finds out about a building secured for use by the YMCA in Great Yarmouth.
Chris continues our volunteering campaign, encouraging you to give an hour of your time.
Chris finds out that all local MPs voted against a referendum on the European Union.
Chris looks ahead to a discussion about an EU referendum in the House of Commons today.
Chris finds out why weekly in collections could return in one part of Norfolk.
Chris finds out why some Norwich City fans could find it more difficult to get to matches.
Chris finds out about Norfolk's small schools and what the future might hold for them.
Chris looks at plans to help rough sleepers across the county this winter.
Chris talks about the controversial proposals to change the planning laws.
Chris finds out about a series of burglaries at businesses in Taverham.
Chris looks at problems with the feeding of elderly patients in some of our hospitals.
Chris discovers that dualling the final stretch of the A11 could start next week.
Chris finds out why there is an increasing demand for foodbanks in Norfolk.
Nicky Price sits in and reports on new alcohol and tobacco import limits.
Chris finds out about plans for special schools in the villages of Pott Row and Grimston.
Chris finds out that more than 30,000 people are on waiting lists for social housing.
Chris finds out why Norman Lamb MP is calling for better ambulance response times.
Chris takes a detailed look at exclusions in Norfolk's schools, and what effect they have.
Chris launches BBC Radio Norfolk's Happy Hour to get the county volunteering this month.