A woman from Burnham Market will take part in the Barcelona Ironman in aid of Parkinson’s research, after being inspired by her stepfather’s struggle with the condition.
Whether looking at our own futures, or those of loved ones, adult social care is a sector which will come into everyone’s life at some point.
Hundreds gathered across Norfolk to pay tribute to the men and women who took part in the Battle of Britain more than 70 years ago.
Part of the A47 near King’s Lynn in west Norfolk has reopened following a crash between a lorry and a car.
Armed officers will be deployed across Norfolk over the coming days as the UK terror threat is raised to its highest level.
From the best brew to the finest foods, today we celebrate Norfolk’s food heroes.
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A man who has been walking around the coast of the UK and Ireland for three years has visited Wells-next-the-Sea.
Women who are struggling to conceive face extra heartache after a decision to scrap NHS funding for IVF treatment in the county where it was pioneered.
The efforts of thousands of ‘hidden’ carers who are supporting someone close to them who has dementia, will again be highlighted as part of National Dementia Carers’ Day (Sunday 10 September 2017).
A fish and chip shop in Wells has been ranked as one of the top two in the East of England, by the national fish and chip awards.
The Dereham branch of the Royal Air Force Association (RAFA) is gearing up for their annual Battle of Britain memorial parade.
It was 20 years ago a leading health researcher made a gloomy prophecy about the future of Norfolk’s busiest hospital.
New figures show more than 150 people in our region have died on the waiting list for an organ transplant over the past 10 years.
The world’s most famous engine is heading to East Anglia, and two lucky winners are being offered the chance of a lifetime to jump on board.
North Norfolk’s popular triathlon event will celebrate its 10th anniversary year on Sunday, September 10.
A performing arts teacher from Wells is adapting a beloved children’s book set in North Norfolk into a musical to be performed by local school kids.
Nearly half of people diagnosed with cancer in the east of England were not fully told about the potential long-term side effects of their treatment, it has been revealed.
The RSPCA have said that they fear more dogs will lose their lives this summer as owners continue to leave their pets locked in cars during warm weather conditions.
Inspired by a nine-year-old he’d never met, Dereham runner Ed Kerry has completed an incredible 1,058-mile challenge between all of the castles in the UK and Ireland’s capital cities.
A new arts project has been launched to help reinforce pubs as central hubs of rural and community life.
Norfolk star Robert Lambert continued his individual brilliance by being crowned European Under-21 Champion on Saturday.
Tributes have been paid to the much-loved former chairman of the Dereham RAF association.
A chip shop in Wells has been shortlisted for a national fish and chip award.
Battle is today being joined after a call was made to topple Nelson’s column in Trafalgar Square.
He has been dancing since he learnt to walk as a toddler.
Tributes have been paid to a man from Holt who was made an MBE for his work memorialising the pilots who fought in the Battle of Britain.
Norfolk has been named one of the most attractive counties for retirees.
An airsoft centre in West Raynham has become the first location in the UK to host Duke of Edinburgh award residentials.
A woman from Dereham has become the 150th person to complete an extreme open water swimming challenge.
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