July 23 2014 Latest news:
A mid-Norfolk school, which was forced to close its doors on Monday after teachers and pupils were struck down an aggressive sickness virus, will remain closed for the remainder of the term.
Ambulance chiefs have urged patients to only call 999 in an emergency after soaring temperatures contributed to the East of England Ambulance Service’s busiest weekend of the year.
Pupils celebrated after their school council received national recognition for its work.
Thieves stole safety barriers from a building site over the weekend.
The headteacher of a mid-Norfolk school, which has had to close today due to an “aggressive” sickness bug, fears the end of the summer term may be ruined for dozens of children in the district.