Pupils from a Hoveton primary school have created an impressive range of fairytale homes, shops, log-cabins, football stadiums and enchanted castles to raise money for their school.
A North Norfolk boutique hotel and restaurant is set to start on a £675,000 expansion project of the historic coaching inn.
When a group of Travellers descended on Cromer and unleashed a crime wave, the national media attention threatened to harm its reputation as a friendly tourist town.
The driver of a vehicle that was involved in a head on collision with a lorry on the A1101 near Wisbech has been taken to hospital with life threatening injuries.
Having sailed in Norfolk for 73 years, retired businessman James Tillett has once again taken home a coveted Stiffkey Cockle Sailing Club Trophy.
A quick-thinking waiter leapt into action to save the life of a North Norfolk councillor who was choking on his food at a Broads pub.
Norfolk police have caught the internet troll accused of making a series of chilling death threats against the administrator of an online forum and are “considering what action to take next”.
For more than 1,000 years man has played a role in shaping the landscape of the Broads.
More than £100,000 has been raised for charity following the region’s biggest locally run and organised cycle event, the Tour de Broads.
Around 10,000 Broads boaters could face a 3pc tolls increase for 2018/19 period following a vote by the Broads Authority Navigation Committee.
A Broads forum administrator has been targeted by a sinister internet troll making chilling death threats and demanding £50,000.
A group set up to look into anti-social behaviour on the Broads after some high-profile incidents held its first meeting in Norwich yesterday.
Land Rover enthusiasts are invited to join Norfolk fire fighters for a country drive this Autumn to raise funds for charity.
Trouble at t’mill? That’s what is being investigated in the fields and marshes of the Broads as our weatherbeaten watermills are getting a 21st century examination.
Andrew Stone enjoys a day of adventure on the Norfolk coast inspired by the smugglers’ tales of old.
A parking ticket machine erected on a mooring site opposite the Ferry Inn in Horning has caused a stir amongst Broads boaters.
A number of Norfolk tourism businesses are investing heavily in their product offerings as the value of tourism to the county continues to grow.
Landowners have accused the government of using public money unnecessarily to replicate access to the coast that already existed.
The new owners of a “run-down and very untidy” Broads-edge boatyard are hoping to redevelop it.
A former police officer now working as a district councillor in Norfolk has started a Broads safety group which he hopes will assist emergency services when needed.
He’s a Norfolk hero whose legacy has recently sparked controversy.
A motorcyclist in his 20s has died on the A1075 between Watton and Shipdham.
A celebratory garden party is being held to mark the anniversary of the opening of the spectacular Hoveton Hall Gardens 25 years ago.
Tourist attractions across East Anglia have been putting their rainy day plans into practice after the summer took a wet and windy turn this week.
A challenge to businesses to take part in the Tour de Broads has been issued by an accounting firm.
Crews from three Norfolk fire stations responded to an emergency call following a report a building was on fire.
Timothy West and Prunella Scales, the stars of Great Canal Journeys, recently spent time on the Broads filming for their new series which will be aired in October.
A proposal that all district council appointed members of the Broads Authority should be included on the planning committee was thwarted after some members opposed it.
The massive wooden bulk of the Wherry Maud, one of only two trading wherries left on the Broads, will be lifted from the water in a delicate operation on August 9 in order for three yearly maintenance and re-fit work to be carried out.
Mental health care in the UK has been given a massive boost thanks to a £1.3 billion NHS expansion drive that will see thousands of new posts created.
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