The first flamingo chick has hatched at a Norfolk wildlife park which has been keeping them for 15 years. Elsewhere on the reserve, four red squirrel kittens have been seen for the first time.
A wildlife park has announced the birth of its first flamingo.
A glassblower and tourist attraction has made an offer to everyone left without a job after the collapse of Thomas Cook.
More details have been released about a crash on the A148 which injured three people.
A north Norfolk brewery has shared some of its secrets, after winning six awards with the best of their beers.
At least two people have suffered serious injuries in a crash on the A148 between King’s Lynn and Fakenham, which has closed the road in both directions.
When Fakenham’s heritage trail launched earlier this year, many people were surprised to hear the town going by its official name of Fakenham Lancaster.
Short films about a town’s community premiered at an awards evening, where guests were promised a red carpet welcome.
There may not be enough room for a full five-kilometre circuit, but plans to establish a new junior Parkrun are on track.
Free jam-filled Victoria sponge cakes are being offered to anyone planning to have a coffee morning for a cancer charity.
After a year of promotion and successes, a ladies’ football team looks forward to another year to celebrate.
An international sportswoman has returned from an unsuccessful bid for a place in next year’s Olympics in Tokyo, but she has nonetheless praised her team’s effort.
A high school has taken in a record number of new students, after governors chose to accept 120 Year 7 applicants.
A new deli has turned a previously vacant store into a Mediterranean paradise for foods from near and far.
Traders who were forced to close after a dangerous building shut a main town centre street have said recovering from the loss of business has been difficult.
Traders have expressed relief as a main street reopens after a week of closure due to a dangerous building.
Competitors swam, rode and ran around the coast, beating their bests and raising money for charity.
The Fakenham and Wells Times will be putting your questions to police officers at the Fakenham station.
Tenants of a dangerous building are having to live out of a hotel while repairs continue on their homes.
Part of a town’s high street remained off limits yesterday because of fears over a dangerous building.
A vicar has spoken about the ‘catastrophic’ damage left by a vehicle crashing through a country churchyard, and how he came to forgive the driver.
A street has been shut off and nearby businesses warned after a building was declared unsafe on a central street.
After an appeal by event organisers, ample volunteers have stepped up to help out with the North Norfolk Triathlon, happening this weekend.
The publisher of this newspaper and website will run a free workshop for anyone to learn how to best use marketing in a digital world.
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Roadworks will mean temporary traffic lights on three sections of the A1065.
A town football club has been sponsored by a new firm moving in nearby, seeing their ground take a different name as part of the deal.
A sport centre facing tough times has denied rumours it will close, but is open about the difficulties it is facing.
The mother of a boy who died hours after birth has spoken of her anguish after a memorial stone laid for him was altered without her knowledge.
Extra high tides, known as spring tides, have flowed onto quaysides and changed the waterways across the Norfolk coast this week.