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People were given the chance to look behind the scenes and see dancers in action as part of a pier open day.
Fire crews were called out to tackle a field fire involving a baler machine.
Millions of pounds will be ploughed back into Norfolk’s flagship broadband roll-out deal with BT after the telecoms giant has seen a higher-than-expected take up of its services.
Fire crews were called out to two car accidents in north Norfolk.
A body discovered near a railway line is believed to be that of a missing Sheringham man.
Pictures of a Hollywood Bond girl tucking into a plate of fish and chips at a Sheringham restaurant have been unearthed as she makes a return to the county this weekend.
Interest-free loans could be used to encourage more teachers to move to Norfolk, as a campaign to tackle the county’s recruitment crisis moves into its next stage.
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Ellie Brown led a strong Norfolk challenge on the final day of the English Girls’ Under-16 Championship at Royal Cromer, putting together two solid rounds to finish in a tie for third place.
The weather wreaked havoc with the schedule as all Division One fixtures fell foul of the rain, writes Mike Ridout.
A host of the area’s semi-professional clubs will continue their preparations for the forthcoming season this afternoon.
The skills of the leading girl golfers in the country will be showcased in north Norfolk when almost 200 young players contest three English championships.
May player-of-the-month winner Jamie Carter scored a mammoth 201 for unbeaten Happisburgh as the Division One leaders piled up 335-6 against bottom side Kirkley & Lowestoft Railway, who could only muster 190 in reply.
A summer music concert in north Norfolk will again be raising fundraising for a military veterans charity.
A variety show is being organised to raise funds for the Walcott Emergency Volunteer Association (WEVA).
A smallholding show is set for its biggest ever year with more stalls and animals on show this weekend.
Monster trucks and high-flying motorbikes are bringing stunt action to a venue near Sheringham next month.
A diverse mixture of fiery showcases, art exhibitions and poetry readings made for a thrilling return of the seventh Holt festival.
It’s taken the Sonics nearly half a century to release their latest album. And it’s taken them even longer than that to find their way to Norfolk.
You cannot be serious! A super speedy duck inspired by tennis star John McEnroe has paddled to victory on the River Wensum for the second year in a row.
Leading lights in our county’s arts scene are set to be honoured when the Norfolk Arts Awards returns in September.
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King’s Lynn Stars threw everything at Elite League leaders Coventry in a thrilling contest at Brandon on Friday – and came away with a thoroughly deserved point after a 48-42 defeat.
Former captain Jamie Godbold returns to Lowestoft Town with his AFC Sudbury team this afternoon.
The budding career of Hellesdon triathlete Sophie Alden has been given a major boost after the 17-year-old was crowned the British junior women’s champion.
A fine display in front of Norfolk captain Chris Brown has helped Great Witchingham’s James Hale land a county call-up.
King’s Lynn boss Rob Lyon is confident his riders’ confidence has not been damaged by their poor away record in 2015.
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