A town council is hoping to repair one of the town's oldest buildings to resolve recurring damp problems.
Police are following several lines of enquiry as investigations continue into an arson attack at a high school.
Ultra-fast broadband is coming to nine Norfolk towns following a trial by BT Openreach.
More than 200 homes are set to be built in a Norfolk town despite fears over the consequences the development could have on the lives of people living nearby.
Plans to build more than 250 homes in a Norfolk town were refused after councillors were warned the scheme could see traffic "queueing on the A47".
A council is set to discuss controversial plans to build more than 250 homes in a Norfolk town - more than five years after the idea was originally proposed.
A driver has been left with minor injuries after crashing into a 6ft wall in order to avoid a fallen tree.
Four people are being hunted after thieves threw paint at school windows and let off a fire extinguisher.
It was second time lucky for eight-year-old Crystal June Barnes when she auditioned for the Norwich panto.
Family and friends of a much-loved Dereham man came together again to celebrate his life at a second rave event.
The stock car fraternity paid tribute to legend and gentleman Horry Barnes at a race meeting.
Two weeks of sport, culture, competitions and live music are being held in a mid-Norfolk village.
The green light has been given to turn a former Dereham department store into a two-storey gym.
A film student from Dereham hopes her current project exploring abuse will be shown at a UK festival and then released to the public.
A music academy in mid Norfolk celebrated its 18th anniversary with a concert showcasing an eclectic and varied mix of music,
A group that fought for better access for disabled people in a mid Norfolk town has been forced to close.
A Norfolk-based band, which is now in its 87th year, will be giving a free evening concert next month.
It's previously focused more on beer, but gin and rum will do just as well, if the numbers attending a Mid Norfolk festival are anything to go by.
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 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".