It is tough, it is muddy, and it is designed for only the brave to take on.
A Norfolk pig producer has completed a £200,000 expansion of its butchery business as it seeks to broaden its increasingly diverse local customer base.
The behaviour of a teacher who had inappropriate relationships with pupils and was banned from the classroom was never reported to the police, it has emerged.
A charity which hopes to give people of all ages and abilities the chance to enjoy watersports has been launched on the north Norfolk coast.
An authentic replica is to go on display of Lord Nelson’s fabled jewelled chelengk which was lost forever after being stolen from an exhibition more than 65 years ago.
A Norfolk hospital which has been branded unsafe and poorly led is shutting down.
A hotel in Burham Market is hosting a special event this weekend to mark the anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar.
Cromer hit the headlines in August when the welcoming seaside town was hit with a series of violent incidents, predominantly attributed to a group of travellers staying in the area.
Fuel was stolen when a hole was drilled into the plastic petrol tank of a Mazda parked in Whimpwell Street, Happisburgh.
These images show how Norfolk’s new police stations will look as two new ones are built and seven shut.
Radical reforms to Norfolk’s police force have provoked a furious response from the union - and a note of caution from the county’s police and crime commissioner.
Two executive directors have handed in their resignations at the region’s beleaguered mental health trust.
Ambulance staff have been praised for their commitment to ensuring new response standards for crews to reach sick patients went live.
A call has been made to end massive pay outs to public sector bosses when they leave organisations – often to reappear in similar roles merely months later at another agency.
A finance professional with more than 20 years’ experience in both the public and private sector has been appointed as Interim Director of Finance with Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT).
Staff and pupils are celebrating after a north Norfolk school went from an inadequate Ofsted rating three-and-a half years ago to good.
Twenty-five scholarships worth £500 were awarded to students at Paston College that had achieved extremely high standards in their summer GCSE exams.
Ninety children from a north Norfolk school visited the Green Britain Centre in Swaffham, as part of their eco week.
Two north Norfolk primary school teachers will be jetting off to Ghana this week, to kickstart a partnership that will see pupils and staff work on a joint project aimed at fostering creativity, critical thinking and collaboration.
Six branches of Norwich and Peterborough Building Society will close their doors for the final time today.
A boutique holiday lettings agency which is launched today is hoping to bring the best of north Norfolk to its customers.
A designer of kitchen taps has been recognised for its work supporting young people into business.
After laying derelict for more than a decade, an RAF base in north Norfolk is now a growing business hub. BETHANY WHYMARK went to meet some of its tenants.
Costa Coffee’s application to join the Cromer high street has hit another bump after their application for signage at their site in Church Street was thrown out by the Cromer Town Council.
We’ve been inviting you to Enjoy Cromer More. Now it’s time to test whether you need to Know Cromer Better.
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