Counting down for the switching on of the Christmas lights is one of our many festive traditions, so don’t miss out with our guide to some of the events around Norfolk this coming season.
Norfolk children sat wide-eyed as they listened to local war veteran Jim Lycett talk about his experiences as a boy soldier in the 1950s.
More than 50 members of staff at Archant, this newspaper’s publisher, have become dementia friends - in a bid to better understand the condition.
A number of budding artists from across Norfolk headed to Wells for the seaside town’s annual open air art competition, resulting in an exhibition of over 100 artworks.
It’s a relatively new technology that drivers have been using to settle insurance claims and capture footage of the unexpected.
A group of volunteers at Norfolk’s Felbrigg Hall hit the headlines this week after a conflict with the National Trust.
She has accused the the conservation organisation of plundering “someone’s personal privacy for commercial gain”.
It started off as a handful of events taking place in Norwich but 15 years later and Norfolk’s Heritage Open Days (HODs) continues to grow in popularity.
Unseasonal storms had all but blown away by the time that the former Lord Mayor of Norwich, London MP and their friend went for a stroll on Eccles beach in Norfolk, a quiet stretch of coastline – or it was until the appearance of Norfolk Nessie.
They have been a part of civic life for 300 years - and now they are celebrating by putting £3m back into the community.
Following a new probe by the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), it was revealed that three quarters of graduates will never pay back their loans.
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Further calls have been made for people to stay safe at the seaside after several people got into difficulties during the weekend.
It was a feast for the eyes as dozens of aircraft took to the skies to celebrate the 90th anniversary of a flying club.
It has been described as one of the most important cultural events in Norfolk.
Three years on from Fakenham’s biggest fire in living memory an empty shell continues to scar the town centre.
East Anglia is home to a wide variety of theatres and playhouses, and performers from across the region, the UK and indeed the world, have graced their stages.
A £105,000 fund to support community groups across Norfolk and Suffolk has been announced today.
It was big news for the Eastern Daily Press in 1946.
She has sold millions of records around the world and spent more than 100 weeks in the UK charts alone.
A fly-past marked the third anniversary of the deaths of four airmen killed in a helicopter crash in north Norfolk as a memorial was unveiled in their honour.
Lifeboat men and women stationed across Norfolk and Waveney, who regularly risk their lives to save others, both in and offshore, were honoured for their work at an awards ceremony last night.
Five-year-old schoolgirl Metiya Nudchanad lit up Cromer - by turning on the town’s Christmas lights.
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