Plans are in place to extend the life of an unusual East Anglian wall.
An innovative, one-of-a-kind designer home has come up for sale in Fakenham, boasting five bedrooms and gorgeous gardens.
Positive coronavirus cases have been confirmed in eight Norfolk schools, council bosses have said, but none of them are classed as outbreaks.
Forty-three Norfolk care homes have at least one case of coronavirus - including 16 with two or more, classed as an outbreak.
For 19 weeks of this year, more than 40,000 people in Norfolk with underlying health conditions were forced to isolate themselves from the rest of society.
With the government having rolled out a new raft of rules in the hope of preventing another lockdown, we want to know how you are feeling about the current climate.
More than 30 medical experts including a doctor from the UEA have signed a letter calling on the government to change its strategy in relation to the coronavirus pandemic.
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“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”.
Unusual perspectives on north Norfolk’s stunning natural scenery have been created through a collaboration of two young artists.
Unusual perspectives on north Norfolk’s stunning natural scenery have been created through a collaboration of two artists.
Nature’s beauty is a great comfort in these uncertain times, and, as always, autumn will bring a blaze of colour to East Anglia. Here are 23 places to see the season at its most glorious.
See lockdown-inspired art in a garden setting as part of the 2020 shortlist exhibition
Ticket’s for Thursford’s Enchanted Journey Of Light have now gone on sale.
A micro-pub in north Norfolk has enjoyed double success in an awards ceremony celebrating real ale and has been named the best pub in the county.
A gaming venue has managed to expand its business despite the pandemic, enjoying a busy first week in its new home.
A popular Norwich pub has been crowned the best in the city in regional awards celebrating real ale and traditional pubs.
An historic Norfolk pub which has been closed for more than a year is due to spring back to life in early November.
A scare-filled event that was planned to run in the lead-up to Halloween has been cancelled due to the new coronavirus restrictions.
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