Chris Goreham continues our through-the-night coverage of the election here in Norfolk.
Chris Goreham wakes up Norfolk for the final time, with his last-ever breakfast show.
How Norfolk County Council are tackling potholes on Norfolk's roads.
What to do with the hundreds of tonnes of waste generated in Norfolk.
The county council looks set to scrap plans for a waste incinerator in West Norfolk.
Improvements to lines serving Norfolk announced by Network Rail.
How the changes to housing benefit have affected local authorities in Norfolk.
Norfolk police has been praised for the way it deals with domestic violence issues.
Up to 60 local schools could be closed or partially shut as teachers go on strike today.
North Norfolk doctor stepping down comes after BMA warns a third are thinking of leaving.
Mustard TV, a new local commercial channel for Norwich, to start broadcasting today.
Figures show around 40 people admitted to hospital every week after self-harming.
Norfolk's ambulance loses the contract with two major local hospitals to private company.
A scheme to improve some of Norfolk's failing schools seems to be getting results.
Thousands of new homes could be built over next two decades, but where?
British Sugar is increasing its investment in Norfolk, but should we be cutting back?
The latest news on last night's fatal helicopter crash at Gillingham in South Norfolk.
Voluntary Norfolk says claimants being told to give up their time or lose payments.
Concerns over the way mental health services for young people are organised.
Fire station devastated by blaze.
Woman wants answers after her elderly mother had to wait an hour for an ambulance.
Janette Forbes talks about tomorrow's fundraising efforts at Norwich City.
Industry was already struggling before bad weather, say North Norfolk fishermen.
Concern that supermarket price cut will lead to price war that could undercut farmers.
Women in Norfolk will soon be able to get a background check on their partners.
Mark Matthews sits-in, with a new argument over sea defences in Norfolk.
The Theatre Royal in Norwich announces a new project to educate Norfolk's youngsters.
Group which represents independent care homes says some aren't getting enough money.
For weather forecasters, winter is officially over at the end of this month.
Only one of 19 homes at Royal Britannia Crescent occupied months after builders left.