August 31 2014 Latest news:
Holidaymakers, families and enthusiasts flocked to north Norfolk to see steam engines from a bygone era in action.
An anonymous benefactor is offering to buy a key piece of Stalham land on behalf of the community.
With the beginning of term approaching, bringing a flurry of first year students, NHS England in East Anglia wants to stress the importance of registering with a local general practitioner (GP).
A Gresham’s School pupil who went on to become one of Britain’s most respected architects has died just days after his 90th birthday.
The storm surge on the night of December 5 last year saw millions of tonnes of seawater crash over the shingle barrier at Blakeney Point, Cley and Salthouse Marshes.
Menace, mystery and a touch of Victorian melodrama feature in the final show in the Sheringham Little Theatre’s summer rep season.
A chapel designed to honour those who died in the First World War has been restored to its former glory, 72 years after being damaged by a bomb in the Second World War.
Norfolk Showground is more used to countryside activities — but this weekend it will again be the site for some altogether more urban sights and sounds.
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Wroxham and Great Yarmouth Town lock horns in a mouth-watering clash at Trafford Park.
Having concluded their pre- season games last Saturday when Holt followed Norwich to Scottow, North Walsham Vikings are having an informal training session on Saturday before opening their league campaign with a visit from Brentwood, who ended last season two places and five points adrift of the Vikings in ninth place.
Wroxham maintained their encouraging start to the season but were only able to muster a point against newly promoted Brightlingsea.
Senior week at Cromer Lawn Tennis & Squash Club had 157 players signed up to play and the standard was high in most events.
Norfolk rugby star Ben Youngs was handed his first taste of captaincy with Leicester Tigers in an 11-10 friendly win against Edinburgh.
Lynn failed to make late pressure count as they lost at The Walks for the first time this season.
Lowestoft Town enjoy their first ‘glamour’ match of their Conference North campaign this afternoon when they travel to Stockport County (kick-off 3pm).
Gary Setchell insists King’s Lynn Town’s first defeat of the season no longer feels like a kick in the teeth.