Two Norfolk women woke up to blisters, aches and pains on Sunday morning after they took on an extremely unusual fundraising challenge – walking 26-miles on three legs.
Four Norfolk students are preparing for an adventure on the other side of the world where they will undertake humanitarian work.
Concerns that a fatal disease in dogs could have been found for the first time in Norfolk, appear to be unfounded according to a number of vets.
A voluntary group in Fakenham has celebrated the work of two up and coming photographers, as part of their goal of showcasing local talent.
A town council in north Norfolk has applied for a grant that could help them to create an innovative new heritage trail.
Details have been released for the funeral of a former news and sports reporter from Fakenham.
Fire crews and an environmental protection unit were called to a Norfolk town after a “minor chemical leak”.
The mother of an RAF soldier who died in a motorcycle is taking on an unusual fundraising activity to raise money for the air cadets, an organisation she says helped to shape her son’s career.
The results of a survey distributed across a Norfolk seaside town show that residents oppose plans to redevelop a lifeboat memorial site, however the district council says they will continue to explore the idea.
A student from Norfolk had more than seven strokes after a night out and has now taken to YouTube to share her emotional story.
Young nature enthusiasts are being offered the opportunity to help shape the future of one of Norfolk’s top nature and tourist attractions.
“Wonderful”, “lovely” and “dependable” are just some of the words used to describe a former Norfolk reporter and well-known member of the community who has passed away following a battle with cancer.
Two Norfolk pubs have raised thousands of pounds for a leading cancer charity.
Following a long string of legal battles a planning application that could double the size of a Norfolk village could go before the Court of Appeal.
Two companies are to pay thousands of pounds in compensation to a Norfolk charity after admitting their roles in polluting a river and causing the death of local wildlife.
A concert held to raise awareness of human trafficking and modern slavery has raised almost a thousand pounds for the Salvation Army.
Some of the world’s finest cars have been making their way to north Norfolk for this year’s annual supercar event at The Hoste hotel.
Schools pupils in Fakenham were transported to the solar system when they had a visit from an immersive inflatable planetarium.
With record-breaking temperatures on Bank Holiday Monday the annual Walsingham pilgrimage attracted almost 900 people to the village.
A community cinema group has celebrated their tenth anniversary with a red carpet event and an Italian themed screening of an Oscar winning film.
Controversial applications to build near to beauty spots in mid Norfolk are set to be considered by Breckland Council’s planning committee.
Music fans are in for another big year in Norfolk as the organisers behind the Dereham Blues Festival have announced the line-up for this summer’s four-day event.
A housing developer has said they are looking forward to sharing their plans with residents after their controversial planning application for 94 new homes was given the go-ahead.
It has taken 11 years and more than 1,000 pints for a man from Taverham to complete the ultimate Norfolk pub crawl.
Military enthusiasts have set a date for their first ‘road run’ tour of mid-Norfolk after their initial plans were scrapped due to poor weather conditions at the beginning of the year.
Two men questioned over the rape of a teenager in Cromer will not be charged due to “insufficient evidence”, police have said.
A foodbank operating across mid-Norfolk has defied national figures by seeing a decrease in use but they fear the good news could be short lived due to changes to the benefits system.
People in Dereham have given their views on why the town’s WH Smith store has struggled to connect with the community.
The town of Fakenham usually has an average of around five reported thefts per month but this week that number was almost reached in a single night.
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