The founder of a community project which has been entered multiple times for a Stars of Norfolk Award has said he feels "very lucky" to be recognised.
The rise of teenage activist Greta Thunberg and the Extinction Rebellion protestors has sparked a major shift in public awareness of climate change in the last year, a Norfolk wildlife expert has said.
Patients are being "frightened" off making dentist appointments due to a "belligerent" approach to fining those who wrongly claim exemption from charges, according to industry leaders.
A 49-year-old man on trial for grooming and sexually abusing a girl more than a decade ago has denied having any kind of sexual contact with the victim.
Award nominations for the Stars of Norfolk and Waveney Awards have been rolling in this summer.
A 24-year-old Swaffham man who was killed after his car crashed into a wall died from a pulmonary embolism, an inquest has heard.
Emergency services were at the scene of a crash on the A47 in Norfolk earlier today.
Firefighters have been battling a blaze at a north Norfolk racecourse since the early hours of the morning.
A police officer from Burnham Market who stole a dead man's driving licence and bank card when called to the deceased's home has been spared prison.
The record for the hottest ever late August Bank Holiday Monday temperature recorded in the UK has been set in Norfolk.
Temperatures are soaring across Norfolk as the country is set to see the mercury reach the thirties.
Whether you're out and about by road or rail this bank holiday, public transport services across Norfolk are affected by Bank Holiday Monday timetable changes.
A man in his 80s found submerged in the River Wensum died due to drowning, an inquest heard.
Campaigners fighting changes to the women's state pension age are set to stage a protest in the centre of Norwich next month.
More than 80,000 items have been donated to a food bank appeal to stop children in Norfolk and Suffolk from going hungry this summer.
Emergency crews were called to almost 150 fallen trees and blocked roads after 50mph winds swept the region over the weekend.
More than 200 sexual offences against children under the age of eight were recorded by police in Norfolk in the past year, new figures have revealed.
A family of holidaymakers including a grandmother in her seventies and five children were rescued from the rising tide at a beach which has seen several fatalities.
The head of a Norfolk domestic violence charity has said the rise in location tracking technology including Snapchat and Find My iPhone could be behind an increase in reports of stalking offences.
A national children's charity has raised concerns about a spike in youngsters being left at home alone during the school holidays.
People who ignore water safety warning signs this summer could face court action and fines of up to £1,000, a government agency has said.
An electrical storm bringing rain, thunder and lightning ended the day's heat with a bang as it swept into Norfolk.
Thursday's heatwave saw the hottest day ever recorded in Norfolk, with the mercury soaring to 35.8C, forecasters confirmed and police closing the A11 due to melting tarmac.
From drugs and violence, to orange jumpsuits and bad food, clichés about life behind bars are something we're all familiar with.
Keeping windows shut during the day, drinking low-fat milk, and even sleeping naked.
With hot sunny days and a heatwave on the way across the UK, forecasters have predicted temperatures of up to 35C in Norfolk and Waveney this week.
Norfolk is set to sizzle in the sunshine with forecasters predicting a "hot, humid and tropical" few days as a heatwave makes it way to the region.
A man and a boy have appeared in court after police uncovered and dismantled a £1m cannabis factory hidden behind closed doors at a Norfolk industrial estate.
A inquest hearing into the death of a 52-year-old man who died at a Norfolk prison dealt with evidence set to be heard by a jury next week.
A north Norfolk lifeboat was called to rescue two people and a dog who were cut off by the incoming tide.