One of Norfolk’s leading nature parks is marking a landmark anniversary by launching a new programme of events.
Fakenham’s community fridge has had more than a tonne of food donated to it since it was launched.
This is how hotly-debated new offices and apartments planned for a picturesque area of Wells could look.
Would-be savvy savers are being urged to take part in a new initiative to combat food waste.
Uncertainty continues to surround fiercely-opposed plans to double the size of a village, near Fakenham, as an appeal lodged by the developer could soon be heard by the High Court.
A Norfolk housing organisation is urging residents in Wells to return survey forms by the end of January so that they can gain a greater understanding of the town’s affordable housing needs.
The confusion continues at the North Norfolk District Council after leader Tom FitzPatrick has taken a side-step as he announced his resignation due to mounting pressure.
Cromer is set to host the annual Walkers are Welcome get together this year with a series of talks, walks and other events taking place all around the town.
A Norfolk district councillor has proposed a radical step to combat the fears of its constituents over the loss of PCSOs in their area.
Fakenham’s citizens advice office has been forced to move to a new location during its busiest time of the year, following an arson attack.
A fire at Fakenham Connect this morning was started deliberately, police have said.
A planning decision has prompted Wells Town Council to voice concerns over the apparent lack of support given to them by the district council.
In the first of a series looking at the year gone by in several key areas, Dan Grimmer puts the focus on local government.
Tributes have been paid to a Norfolk D-Day veteran, who has died at the age of 97.
A tranquil garden where residents and visitors can go for quiet and contemplation has won an environment award.
News that the Eliza Adams lifeboat memorial has been chosen as one of Historic England’s top 20 attractions for 2017 has re-ignited debate about its potential move.
A topping out ceremony in Wells has heralded an important milestone in the multi-million pound renovation of its arts and heritage centre.
More than 50 archers competed alongside an Olympian in an annual contest hosted by the Fakenham Bowmen.
It was the devastating tidal surge exactly four years ago that proved to be a pivotal moment for the RNLI in Wells in drawing up plans for a new boathouse.
An organisation which aims to provide homes for people in Wells is preparing to send out a survey that will assess the level of demand for affordable housing.
A £12.6m investment in state-of-the-art sporting facilities in North Norfolk will go before Cabinet councillors for approval on Monday, December 4.
A £2m lifeboat needs a state-of-the-art station and next week people in Wells will be able to see, for the first time, what that will look like when plans for the new RNLI Wells boathouse are revealed to the community.
In an effort to encourage more people to shop in town centres and attend Christmas lights switch-ons, every town in North Norfolk will offer two days of free parking during the festive season.
Residents in Wells have expressed their anger and frustration after planning permission was granted for a two-storey property to be built next to an existing holiday let.
A council grant of £12,000 has enabled Fakenham’s 2534 Air Squadron to buy a range of adventure training equipment which includes extreme weather camping equipment.
With wide open skies, a stunning coastline and charming towns and villages, north Norfolk is one of the most picturesque and captivating areas of Britain.
A decision over the future of a town car park will be made today.
The leader of North Norfolk District Council is facing growing pressure to step down after the resignation of yet another councillor from his Conservative team.
An eighth Conservative councillor at the North Norfolk District Council has resigned from the party.
Public outcry over plans to sell a popular car park has convinced some councillors that the proposal may be misguided.
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