A man discovered by police on a church roof in Coltishall has been arrested on suspicion of theft offences.
It delivered the first community-led integrated health and social care scheme of its kind in the UK.
Prince & Princess Michael of Kent will open an annual sponsored family fun-run and picnic in north Norfolk on Bank Holiday Monday.
A campaign to save one of the oldest shops in Norfolk from closure has been thrown a lifeline.
A documentary video about the ground-breaking Aylsham Care Trust charity has been unveiled to mark its 31st anniversary and the impact it’s had.
Until last year a spectacular bluebell wood had lain hidden from public gaze for centuries.
A family’s fundraising campaign to push for the meningitis B vaccine to be made available free on the NHS to all children, not just babies, has raised about £100,000 in total, after its latest events.
History buffs can learn more about an archaeological dig at Erpingham, near Aylsham, at an open day at the village hall.
Tributes have been paid to a woman who worked for 35 years in the schools system in Aylsham, despite losing her hearing at the age of seven.
Fears have been voiced that some of Aylsham’s most vulnerable residents could miss out on vital medication or information after their pharmacy’s phone line was cut off.
A large part of the collection of one of the 20th century’s greatest composers is set to go under the hammer in a “sale of world importance”.
A north Norfolk school has been praised by a government minister of state for its high standards in reading.
The prayers of villagers living in a Norfolk wi-fi dead-spot have been answered. Faster broadband is on the way thanks to the local church.
Generous shoppers have donated hundreds of pounds in just one month to a long-running Norfolk charity which supports blind and visually-impaired people.
A summer fair is being held at Wolterton Park in north Norfolk to support the work of the Campaign to Protect Rural England.
More oak trees are being planted at Erpingham church, near Aylsham, to commemorate the battle of Agincourt.
Mothering Sunday is coming up on March 26. And what better way to treat mum, or your gran or auntie, than with a decadent afternoon tea? Emma Lee suggests five of her favourites.
Patients and staff are being taught how to quit smoking at a residential hospital for people with learning disabilities.
A woman in her 20s had to be cut free from the wreckage by firefighters.
The Earle Arms on The Green, Heydon, near Aylsham, has been shortlisted for country pub of the year in the BBC Countryfile magazine awards.
A mental health patient was kept in a police cell for three days in King’s Lynn because no bed could be found for him.
A campaign has been launched to save a community-run shop that has been a fixture in a Norfolk village since the 17th century.
More than 350 runners competed in the eighth annual Marriott’s Way 10k on Sunday.
Aylsham Rotary Club is hosting its 15th annual Antiques, Art and Craft Fair this weekend, October 8 and 9, at the town’s high school, on Sir Williams Lane.
The battle-lines for the North Norfolk constituency look set to be re-drawn for the next general election.
An ancient craft, which helped power the medieval economies of Norfolk and Suffolk, is weaving its way back into the limelight.
A road in Aylsham town centre was closed this afternoon following an accident involving a bus.
Special assemblies are also being planned to warn pupils of the dangers of online grooming.
Wood carvings were stolen during a burglary in Great Witchingham.
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