September 1 2014 Latest news:
Plans for a contemporary-style “farmstead” in a north Norfolk Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) are being recommended for approval - despite more than 100 objections and the formation of a pressure group.
It is a 1 in 100,000 chance - but a Norfolk farmer shares his birthday with his daughter and granddaughter.
Thousands of people celebrated north Norfolk’s world class produce in the stunning grounds of the Holkham Estate near Wells.
Senior doctors have warned patients to expect more delays after new figures revealed that almost a sixth of Norfolk and Suffolk residents have to wait more than a week for a GP appointment.
Holidaymakers, families and enthusiasts flocked to north Norfolk to see steam engines from a bygone era in action.
Menace, mystery and a touch of Victorian melodrama feature in the final show in the Sheringham Little Theatre’s summer rep season.
It was a cry for help, one of hundreds of thousands of letters written in desperation and with fading hope as a war which laid waste to a generation tore at the hearts of ordinary people far from the battlefield.
From Curly Watts to Captain Hook - actor Kevin Kennedy is set to take on the role of the seafaring villain in this year’s Norwich Theatre Royal pantomime Peter Pan.
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Wroxham had to come from behind before defeating Great Yarmouth in a pulsating FA Cup derby.
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.
King’s Lynn Stars’ hopes of lifting the Elite League title suffered a monumental blow last night after their number one was ruled out for the rest of the term through injury.
Even the most ardent Linnets fan would do well to believe their team didn’t deserve to taste defeat at the weekend.
Wisbech Town boss Dick Creasey got the response he demanded as the Fenmen squeezed Kirkley & Pakefield out of the FA Cup.