The Red Arrows are likely to miss next year’s Cromer Carnival due to a nine-week tour of north America.
A driver has recalled the moment she saw a motorcyclist thrown from his bike and underneath the wheels of a HGV at an inquest into his death.
Initial plans have been drawn up to build a ‘gated community’ made up of 62 retirement apartments in Sheringham.
The funeral of 20-year-old student Jess Fairweather will take place on Tuesday, October 30.
A north Norfolk chess team has won its first match of the new season.
A retirement house building company has donated to a North Walsham library group which encourages mental wellbeing.
Almost two dozen works by a late Norwich artist are set to go under the hammer in Aylsham.
Police will begin using lie detector tests on sex offenders in Norfolk to help identify previously unknown information.
Historic coping stones that are part of a scheduled monument and date back to the 19th century were stolen from the Walsingham Estate.
They looked like they had been to hell and back, but a group of abused dogs found abandoned in rural Norfolk are now on the road to recovery and could be welcomed into new homes as early as next week.
A man appeared in court charged with burgling offences in Cromer.
Two people have been charged in connection with a number of Cromer burglaries.
A family is continuing to fundraise to help pay for a boy to have specialist Proton therapy treatment overseas.
Shocking shortcomings in care for the dying in Norfolk can today be revealed.
Charity nurses who comfort the dying and provide crucial support for families in the final days of life are to disappear from some parts of Norfolk after their contract was not renewed.
The impact of alcohol-related liver disease on the health service in Norfolk has been revealed in newly released figures.
An inadequate north Norfolk care service has been placed in special measures after inspectors found an incident resulting in a staff member’s dismissal was not reported to the authorities.
The organisation behind a children’s ‘goblin’ racing event in Norfolk will be sharing a special opportunity for schools at Norwich Science Festival.
Two Norfolk groups have been awarded a combined total of £1,850 from house builder Persimmon to help improve outdoor facilities.
Youngsters from nine schools laced up their running shoes and braved Monday’s blustery weather for a cross-country, the first such event hosted by Beeston Hall School.
It has been 20 years since a school’s beloved lunch lady first cycled her way to work from the village where she lives.
Fancy footwork was at the fore in the grounds of a north Norfolk school as a Bollywood dancer hosted a workshop.
Norfolk and Waveney have lost around 50 bank and building society branches in the past four years, figures have revealed.
Saving for a prolonged period of travel is essential, says our financial columnist Peter Sharkey. And now might just be the best time to go.
Energy firm Vattenfall have invited the public to give their views on the impact of one of the world’s largest wind farms, to be built off the north Norfolk coast.
In this week’s column, Peter Sharkey looks at what impact a rising life expectancy has on your savings.
The prospect of aircraft once again taking to the skies from the former RAF Coltishall base has moved a step nearer, after council bosses agreed to lease a hangar to a company which wants to test planes there.
A viewing platform to admire the stunning views will form part of a new children’s play and leisure area at an under-used park.
People in Norfolk and Waveney can expect a “shock to the system” this week as temperatures dip sharply after a spell of unseasonably warm weather.
Government figures reveal a third of all properties bought in north Norfolk in 2017-18 were second homes. JESSICA FRANK-KEYES looks into the effect this rise has had on the area’s coastal communities
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