Tributes have been paid to a student known for his lovely nature and sense of humour.
A survivor of meningitis raised £2,640 to help fight the disease.
A trailblazing physiotherapist who turned around the a hospital department she admitted was “worse than average” has died.
The mayor of a German town and four councillors will visit North Walsham to help mark the centenary of the end of the First World War.
A North Walsham writer has described his excitement at publishing his first book.
Cromer Carnival drew to a spectacular close, with an illuminated procession through the town, followed by a dazzling fireworks display over the pier and sea.
A teenager with dreams of being a professional golfer has won his home club’s top trophy.
Ninety-one North Walsham High School students slept under the stars as part of the Duke of Edinburgh bronze award.
Manchester City starlet Lauren Hemp admitted leaving the family behind in Norfolk was her biggest sacrifice to try and launch the promising striker on the path to the top of the game.
As young girls Amy and Lauren Hemp loved a casual game of football in their back garden in North Walsham.
A North Walsham boy with leukaemia is recovering after undergoing a bone marrow transplant at the Bristol Royal Hospital for Children.
The north Norfolk community has, for a long time, been discussing the proposal to bring a multi-million pound Community Sports Hub to the district.
Twelve students have been mending fences at Sainsbury’s after some of their colleagues let them down by shoplifting.
A school girl who was left blind in one eye from meningitis has organised a three-night show to help fund more research into the disease.
A Norfolk school has lifted a ban on children entering a Sainsbury’s store after just four days.
A supermarket has banned all children wearing North Walsham High School uniform from entering its store.
A school headteacher has defended a decision to co-operate with a supermarket on banning children from its store, after criticism on social media.
North Norfolk residents are in for another day of frosty temperature and disruption as the Beast from the East leaves a think blanket of snow across the region.
An inquest has opened into the death of student Ian Tang.
For a young man of just 20 Ian Tang touched an incredible number of lives, and about 500 people attended his funeral at St Nicholas Church in North Walsham.
Hundreds of people are expected to attend the funeral of popular 20-year-old Ian Tang in North Walsham today.
Business people and employers from across Norfolk are being encouraged to volunteer as mentors and inspire the next generation of talent.
Nearly £10,000 has been raised by friends and supporters for the funeral of Ian Tang, a North Walsham 20-year-old whose body was believed to be found in Swafield on Tuesday.
The father of Ian Tang whose body was found in woodland near to the B1145 at Swafield, just outside North Walsham, has spoken of the family’s loss on Facebook.
A body found in north Norfolk yesterday is believed to be that of 20-year-old Ian Tang, who has been missing since Sunday, police confirmed.
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