September 21 2014 Latest news:
Tributes have been paid after a runner collapsed and died while taking part in the Round Norfolk Relay.
A new river, three quarters of a mile long, has been built in north Norfolk, providing a fresh habitat for wild trout and wildlife.
The sounds of 1940s Britain filled a coastal town which has gone back in time for a popular living history extravaganza.
A flag can symbolise identity, show pride in where people come from and tell the history of the area it represents.
Stallholders and taxi drivers have united against a proposal to move Cromer’s weekly market into the centre of town.
The distinctive sound of the Searchers (pictured) brought them a string of hits in the 1960s.
This weekend, millions of people are expected to tune in and watch the new series of television favourite Downton Abbey.
The final day of Great Yarmouth’s Out There Festival is underway.
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Wroxham manager Stewart Larter admits his side are looking forward to returning to Trafford Park as they prepare to host Waltham Abbey this afternoon.
The new North Norfolk Hockey Club got their debut season off to a flying start with a successful fun day at Cromer Sports Centre.
Wroxham boss Stewart Larter has lauded his side’s away form as they prepare to go on the road again against Mildenhall Town in the FA Cup first qualifying round.
The starting gun has sounded for an athletics club aiming to train the young track and field stars of tomorrow in north Norfolk.
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Lowestoft Town joint boss Ady Gallagher believes his players will be a lot better prepared for this afternoon’s Vanarama Conference North clash at Hyde.
Gary Setchell is ready to try his luck again in the Evo-Stik Premier Division’s latest game of chance for the Linnets.
Dereham Town will aim to carry on the FA Cup feel-good factor that has engulfed Aldiss Park when they return to league action in Essex.