Norfolk's superstar cyclist Sophie Wright has been inspiring youngsters to follow in her tracks and spreading the joy of successful riding to schools in the county.
Victims of a military disaster exactly 140 years ago, remembered in a poem by Rudyard Kipling, would have lived in Norwich
For most councillors, it is easy for them to make it known when they are speaking for themselves and when they are speaking on behalf of a parish.
Mary taught at Swanton Morley for 35 years after recovering from severe TB.
More than 200 knives have been seized during a week of action aimed at reducing knife crime.
For many, the hairdressers is a place for people to talk about upcoming holidays and family news.
Scores of mental health patients in "acute distress" were sent out of Norfolk and Suffolk for care - despite five years of promises that the practice would end.
Built to tackle the harshest of terrains, its origins date back to post Second World War Germany.
East Anglian company launches boxes filled with everything you need for the ultimate breakfast at home...or on holiday.
More than 12,000 homes could be built across the county without the need to eat into the beauty spots that make Norfolk what is it today.
A violent goalkeeper was barricaded in his dressing room by fans after he knocked a referee unconscious in a "cowardly" attack.
When well-known Norfolk artist Brian Lewis came up with the idea of producing a series of paintings of Norwich Cathedral, he decided to employ the latest technology to show the iconic building from a completely new perspective.
Hundreds of social action projects and community activities across Norfolk can now be easily accessed online thanks to the launch of a new digital map.
Norfolk County Council is in line for some big changes before you next go to the polls to choose your representative at County Hall.
A Dereham hairdresser who was moved by the plight of a young homeless man in Norwich is preparing for a sponsored silence which she hopes will raise £1,000 for a Norwich homelessness charity.
He is a Hollywood silent movie star whose living statue tours the streets of Norfolk.
Profits at pub chain JD Wetherspoon have tumbled by almost 20% as a result of rising labour costs.
North Norfolk Police have removed a tweet posted by an officer who used the phrase "thickism" when referring to people with low literacy levels.
Drivers who run over a cat could soon be told they must report it to the police, as a new law is to be debated on Friday.
As the size of Norfolk grows, so too must the number of school places for its children. Bethany Whymark reports on a council vision for the future of schools.
A yellow weather warning for wind remains in place across Norfolk and Suffolk as storm Gareth batters the region.
Plans to open a new Catholic primary school - the first in Norfolk for decades - have received the backing of 90% of those people who took part in a public consultation.
Youngsters from across the region strapped on their sports shoes to take part in a cross country event at one of Norfolk's best-known beauty spots.
Works from a proposed multi-billion pound wind farm were judged to have only a minor impact on marine wildlife in the first session of three days of hearings into the project.
The Benjamin Foundation was founded in 1994 by Richard Draper and his wife Vanessa, following the death of their son Ben, aged 17, in a motorcycle accident in August 1992.
Splash the cash on the western link - this is the main message from a consultation into joining the Northern Distributor Road to the A47 west of Norwich.
A familiar face to bus passengers around the county has been honoured with a special award for keeping Norfolk moving for nearly 50 years.
Norfolk and Waveney's NHS has been snubbed in every single bid for big ticket money - bar one - made to the government over the last two years, with £417m of funding it asked for denied.
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.
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