Trustees of a charity which helps the needy in Burnham Market gathered to place a statue in the village to commemorate all those who have died through war.
A mid Norfolk history group have produced a painstakingly researched book on how the lives of their village’s residents were affected by the war that was meant to end all wars.
A Norfolk council has again kept a decision about the future of a multi-million pound asset shrouded in secrecy, despite outcry over “democratic failure”.
Two Norfolk councils have met to review the “sorry history” of the past 15 months of planning applications after issues were raised about private firm Capita handling planning decisions.
The government has launched a review into the tax rates paid by second home owners, following a petition from a north Norfolk MP.
The boss of the largest taxi company in Norfolk has hit out at private parking fines, branding them “modern piracy”.
A former care home employee will appear in court charged with multiple sexual offences and wilful neglect.
A new mental health clinic which hopes to provide an online programme of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) has held its inaugural training conference in Dereham.
A tax loophole that allows second homes owners to avoid paying council tax on their properties will be investigated after a north Norfolk MP highlighted the issue.
Beer lovers can drink pink after a Norwich pub owner surprised a local breast cancer charity by creating a new raspberry beer to raise awareness of the disease.
Whether you’re carving jack-o’-lanterns for Halloween, or baking pies for Thanksgiving, finding the perfect pumpkin is an essential part of the autumn experience.
Controversial plans to build a new town of 10,000 homes in mid Norfolk were dealt a final blow as councillors voted not to back the proposal ahead of a government deadline.
Government figures reveal a third of all properties bought in north Norfolk in 2017-18 were second homes. JESSICA FRANK-KEYES looks into the effect this rise has had on the area’s coastal communities
Energy firm Vattenfall have invited the public to give their views on the impact of one of the world’s largest wind farms, to be built off the north Norfolk coast.
Hundreds of people have signed a petition opposing plans to build a new town in mid Norfolk.
A Swaffham-based charity have been reaping the rewards of the harvest festival and collecting food for those in need.
A disabled woman says she has been left “thousands of pounds out of pocket” after her boiler overheated, flooding her home.
A leisure centre in Dereham has reopened its main pool after concerns the water temperature was too cold to be a “comfortable experience”.
A police inspector has described the reality of dealing with fatal accidents, as figures reveal more people are being killed and injured on Norfolk’s roads.
People across Norfolk are reporting their homes are being invaded by ladybirds.
Properties in East Ruston, Wells and Fakenham have taken the top spots in a north Norfolk council’s development awards.
People opposed to plans for a new 10,000 home town in mid Norfolk have launched a campaign group to fight against the scheme.
A Norfolk MP has urged government not to allow developers to dodge local planning rules, as he hit out at a controversial scheme for a new 10,000 home garden town.
Warnings have been issued about a hoax calls from fraudsters pretending to be from a north Norfolk council.
Major works on the £80,000 refurbishment of a mid Norfolk car park begin later this week.
A persistent burglar head butted a police officer and knocked him to the floor in an attempt to resist arrest, a Norwich court heard.
From being awarded a £100,00 EU grant to featuring in a hit new BBC thriller, it’s been a busy year for one of Norfolk’s heritage railway lines.
The controversy over plans for a new mid Norfolk town has been ramped up after it was revealed the developer has lobbied central government for the go ahead to submit a proposal without the support of the local authority.
Norfolk’s emergency services chiefs have welcomed a new law which will double the maximum sentence for anyone convicted of assaulting an emergency service worker to twelve months.
The Norfolk chief of police has welcomed a new law introducing longer maximum sentences for those convicted of assaults on emergency services workers.
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