A campaign to shame dog owners into cleaning up after their pets in north Norfolk is beginning to pay off after a couple were fined for failing to pick up at a local beauty spot.
A website promoting business and tourism in Sheringham is set to re-launch with the aim of creating an online community for residents and visitors.
From the tinkle of piano keys to the clinking of coffee cups - a new arts hub is bringing a symphony of delight to the cultural scene in north Norfolk.
A national children’s charity is calling on the Government to take more action in the battle against grooming.
It may have been a week later than the rest of the world, but the Cromer New Year fireworks were timed to perfection for Robert Hubbard.
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The cloak of anonymity provided by the internet has led to a surge across the region of harassment, blackmail and other crimes involving social media.
Tim Adams, speaking in a personal capacity, has condemned the local authority for its “repeated attacks” on the seaside resort and accused it of scaremongering.
The Crown in Fakenham will open again in the next couple of weeks under new management.
A service which provides practical an emotional support for carers is urging people across Norfolk to get in touch if they think they could benefit from some extra help.
Fears are growing for another cliff collapse tragedy as visitors to the coast continue to ignore warning signs - a week after a man was killed.
But station insists it is not closing.
The British public wants to see press regulation funded by the newspaper industry, a survey by YouGov has revealed, as the government consults on whether to proceed with part two of the Leveson Inquiry.
A woman who led a campaign to save her village’s fire station died after suffering smoke inhalation and extensive burns in a fire at her own home, an inquest has heard.
Concert-goers will help raise funds to restore priceless 17th century oil paintings at a Norfolk stately home.
It is a frustration all jigsaw enthusiasts know too well.
This year’s Wells Carnival Queen might have to drop everything, dash to the boathouse, pull on her waterproofs and dive into the lifeboat if there’s a shout.
The centre, based in Sweets ‘n’ Things on the Market Place, will provide information for tourists and locals, including information about community groups, clubs and activities.
Thursday June 23 is the day when the nation will head to the polls to vote in EU referendum. Here is everything you need to know about how to cast your vote.
Fakenham Junior School has been nominated for the Churchill Lollipoppers campaign.
Last week’s iWitness24 project 52 theme was ‘four things’ and your photos didn’t disappoint.
Farmer Rob got in a rum old muddle when he drove his tractor into a very deep puddle.
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