“Mindless” vandals who drove across a cricket pitch causing extensive damage for the second time in 13 months have left the ground’s owners feeling “angry and hopeless”.
A former post office building which has been standing in a village for more than 50 years will not be turned into homes.
An elderly resident almost lost £520 after being promised £5,000 in credit by cold-callers pretending to be from an electricity company.
A woman was hit in the head by her car’s wing mirror in a hit-and-run crash with a motorcycle.
A service that helped hundreds of vulnerable people in Dereham and Toftwood through the pandemic has said it will be ready to help if there is a second lockdown.
Owners of an antique shop in a historic village has spoken of a “challenging” first year of trading due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A support centre for cancer patients and their families is opening for the first time in six months.
A fisherman whose boat engine failed while at sea was rescued by a lifeboat crew.
New jobs could be created with plans for a new hand car wash on part of a Norfolk superstore car park.
Scouts are trying to raise £10,000 to repair and upgrade their headquarters after they were badly flooded.
A mother-of-one has pleaded with drivers to stop mounting the pavement outside her home, leaving vehicles “inches” away from her window.
Norfolk pubs are preparing for a busy weekend, with sunshine forecast and new coronavirus rules coming in on Monday.
Live firing and military aircraft flying will be taking place at bases on 17 days and nights this month.
Repairs to one of Dereham’s oldest buildings to resolve recurring damp problems are being put on hold for the winter.
A councillor has urged his colleagues to consider a bus station in Dereham after regularly seeing “near misses” between pedestrians and vehicles.
Families will not be heard counting down from 10 this Christmas as the traditional Dereham lights switch-on event has been cancelled.
Taylor Wimpey is asking people to have their say on plans for a new housing development in Dereham.
In a ground breaking move for a non-league football team, Dereham Town has announced a partnership with a domestic abuse support charity.
Like all non-league clubs, Dereham Town FC have been hit hard by the Coronavirus pandemic – but their footballing future looks bright again thanks to a new investment programme.
Norfolk actor, comedian and presenter Stephen Fry has been crowned as the dream car passenger in a new AA poll.
After months without face-to-face visits, food hygiene inspectors are making their first trips back to the kitchen.
A woman in her 40s has been released under investigation after being arrested on suspicion of threats to kill a staff member working in Costa Coffee.
Comedy royalty Paul Whitehouse and Bob Mortimer have returned to Norfolk for the third series of their popular BBC show, Gone Fishing.
A woman in her 40s has been arrested on suspicion of threatening to kill a staff member working in Costa Coffee.
A Norfolk pub is holding a summer garden party to raise funds for injured veterans.
The grave of a fisherman who transformed into an artist has been restored.
Dereham Heritage Trust is taking its talks online to avoid further disruption from the coronavirus pandemic.
Parents have offered to pay towards repairs after a child aged under 10 smashed two Victorian stained-glass windows, causing damage of up to £15,000.
One of Dereham’s busiest roads could be closed until the end of October following a car crashing into a house.
A mid Norfolk school has been given the green light to build a new sports changing pavilion for the surrounding village.