Freeview viewers across Norfolk have described their loss of signal as ‘very annoying’ after being asked to retune their TVs.
BT Openreach has launched its biggest recruitment drive ever, which will include 220 engineers to speed the roll-out of faster broadband in the region.
A former soldier from Cringleford was found guilty on Wednesday of killing a dog walker in a frenzied knife attack in woodlands near East Harling last summer.
A jury has been sworn in to try a former soldier accused of murdering a dog walker in Norfolk woodland.
The trial of a former soldier accused of murdering a dog walker in Norfolk woodlands is due to start today - about 120 miles away in Nottingham.
A former soldier from Cringleford will stand trial next year after he denied the murder of an 83-year old dog walker.
The case of a former soldier from Cringleford accused of the murder of an 83-year old dog walker has been adjourned at Norwich Crown Court.
A man accused of murdering 83-year-old dog walker Peter Wrighton in woodland near East Harling could enter a plea to the charge tomorrow.
A former soldier from Cringleford accused of the murder of 83-year-old dog-walker Peter Wrighton in woodland near East Harling is due back in court.
A man charged with the murder of 83-year-old dog walker Peter Wrighton, had received an A-grade pass to become a paratrooper and served with the British Army for five years, it has emerged.
A man has appeared in court having been charged in connection with the murder of 83-year-old dog-walker Peter Wrighton.
Police have been granted extra time to quiz the man arrested on suspicion of murdering 83-year-old dog walker Peter Wrighton, as forensic teams continue to search a number of locations around Norfolk.
Police investigating the murder of 83-year-old Peter Wrighton have been searching homes in Cringleford and Bawdeswell as part of their probe.
Police have been carrying out anniversary checks a week after 83-year-old Peter Wrighton was stabbed to death in woodland near to East Harling.
The arrest of a man in his 20s in connection with the murder of 83-year-old Peter Wrighton has been welcomed by people living near the scene of the crime.
It is a week on from the gruesome discovery of the body of 83-year-old dog walker Peter Wrighton in woodland near to East Harling.
Police have issued an appeal poster as officers continue to hunt for the killer of Peter Wrighton who was found in woodland near East Harling.
The inquest into the death of a man murdered in East Harling opened in Norwich this morning.
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