Business leaders in North Norfolk will be discussing the district’s commercial future at a meeting in Sheringham next week.
Residents of Wells are being urged to help shape the town’s future.
North Norfolk Conservative members have reacted to the news that Suffield Park councillor Nigel Pearce has defected to the Liberal Democrats.
North Norfolk’s Conservatives have been hit by the defection of one of their councillors to the Liberal Democrats.
Calls have been made for a Norfolk councillor to be reprimanded and removed from a position of leadership at a parish council, after she was found to have breached the code of conduct.
A Cromer family have spoken of their “sleepless nights” as they are tormented by a rat infestation plaguing their home.
More than 50 people attended the official opening of Sustead Common nature reserve in North Norfolk.
Campaigners are celebrating after Itteringham’s 380-year-old shop was bought by the district council and saved from imminent closure.
A 380-year-old shop that become one of the first in the UK to be run by the local community will tomorrow find out if it will be saved.
North Norfolk residents are being targeted by scamming businesses claiming to aid individuals appealing against their council tax bands.
Do you remember when Diana came to Sheringham?
A highly debated planning application is to be heard by the North Norfolk District Council on August 31, with councillors currently recommended to pass the application for a new tea room in Cromer.
The North Norfolk District Council have warned the public against playing on the lethal cliffs at West Runton beach.
Height barriers which could have prevented a group of travellers from setting up an illegal camp in Cromer at the weekend will not be reinstated amid fears it could drive tourists away from the town.
The North Norfolk District Council have written to Secretary of State Sajid Javid, calling for greater powers to be given to authorities so that they can remove unauthorised encampments more quickly.
The Burlington Hotel, granted planning permission to be developed into luxury flats, is for sale for £1.5 million
The sun is out again, holidaymakers are enjoying ice creams once more, and all appears to be well in Cromer.
The only visible hints on Monday of the trouble in Cromer over the weekend was a police van on Garden Street - and an eviction notice pinned to the Runton Road car park sign.
Businesses in Cromer lost thousands of pounds in takings at the weekend after closing for more than 24 hours because of public disorder.
North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb has called the criminal behaviour that took place in Cromer over the weekend “intolerable” and revealed he intends to review whether there are lessons to be learned.
North Norfolk District Council revealed it will do everything it can to prevent a repeat of the scenes which saw communities across the area placed into lockdown at the weekend.
More police will be patrolling Cromer’s streets tonight after a weekend of disturbances which forced the town’s pubs and restaurants into lockdown.
More council-funded funerals are held in the Great Yarmouth area, compared with other areas of Norfolk and Suffolk figures reveal.
A housebuilder has welcomed feedback from a public exhibition showcasing plans for new bungalows and apartments on a derelict site in Stalham
Concerns have been raised over the lack of suitable toilets in North Norfolk, which relies on tourism to survive.
It is the biggest event of the year in Cromer.
The landowner behind plans to build one of the biggest new housing developments in North Norfolk revealed he expects a rival bid to be tabled for a similar development on another site just four miles away.
Sheringham Town Council has announced that it is set to lose one of its district councillors.
From skate parks to petrol stations, piers to penguin enclosures, Historic England boasts many weird and wonderful listed buildings.
An award-winning designer has created Cromer-themed shoe clips exclusively for the town’s tourist information centre.
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