Breckland council has approved two new strategies aiming to encourage businesses to invest in the district.
Serious questions have been asked by councillors about why an expected road improvement tied to housing growth in Dereham has been deemed “undeliverable”.
A group of musicians from a north Norfolk town have donated hundreds of pounds to the family of a 14-year-old boy with cancer.
North Norfolk Police have removed a tweet posted by an officer who used the phrase “thickism” when referring to people with low literacy levels.
A decision is set to be made today on plans to build a new business park in Dereham which could be turned down after council officers warned the “oppressive” development would have a “detrimental impact”.
Planning hearings are set to be held into a project to build one of the world’s largest offshore wind farms - which could see the firm behind the scheme purchase a 50km corridor of countryside.
A Mattishall father has hit out at the county council for refusing to grit a school bus route and said the village is “waiting for a fatal accident to happen”.
The owners of a bed and breakfast at a former Norfolk air base have said the support for plans to build a memorial at the site has been “overwhelming”.
A north Norfolk natural park is launching a new series of behind the scenes events for nature lovers, including night-time bat walks and sunrise strolls.
An inquest has been opened into the death of a 85-year-old man from Dereham who died from a type of a cancer linked to asbestos exposure.
The mother of a 14-year-old boy who has been diagnosed with cancer for the fourth time and has lost an eye and both leg bones to the disease says his latest relapse is “devastating”.
For many of us, a walk in the Norfolk countryside is a chance for a peaceful breath of fresh air.
Just 12 months ago, our region was in the thick of a cold snap, days before the arrival of heavy snow and the Beast from the East.
A Dereham shop which previously housed a branch of WHSmith is set to reopen next month as a YMCA charity shop.
The parents of a young woman with an eating disorder have said they are fighting the county’s embattled mental health trust to save their daughter’s life.
The family of a Dereham teenager who took his own life have paid tribute to a “lovely, kind boy” with a “cheeky grin”.
A brand new family friendly music festival with an eighties twist is getting set to light up a mid Norfolk town this summer.
A motorcycle has been stolen from a outbuilding in a north Norfolk village.
The new owner of Dereham’s Hollywood Cinema has spoken of his plans for the business and confirmed no jobs will be cut.
Police are “increasingly concerned for the welfare” of a missing woman from north Norfolk who was last seen on Valentine’s Day.
A woman whose father was admitted against his will into a failing care home and had his home care package cancelled said the situation is an abuse of his human rights.
A Norfolk council will hold a series of information evenings ahead of a run of local elections in May.
Four Norfolk attractions have been recognised by a national tourism board for providing excellent visitor experiences.
A Norfolk racecourse boss who said an outbreak of horse flu could have major consequences has now said he is “delighted” the sport is set to resume from tomorrow.
The headteacher of a Fakenham school has said “working towards outstanding is my goal” in the wake of its latest Ofsted inspection.
A man who pleaded guilty to possessing heroin with a £5,600 street value has breached a criminal behaviour order seven days after it was imposed.
Students at a Dereham high school had their quills and scrolls ready as they took part in an event to celebrate the magic of Harry Potter.
The boss of a Norfolk racecourse has said a national horseracing suspension could have “major consequences” if a planned meet next Friday cannot go ahead.
For many of us, sitting cross-legged singing in school assemblies was a part of our childhoods we remember fondly.
A charity fundraising group in Swaffham have raised £1,000 with their “most successful quiz for many years”.
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