Bill Pask, who has died aged 93, will be remembered in north Norfolk for running the Oulton Street Post Office stores, near Aylsham, for 30 years with his wife Bess.
A lorry driver was acting on “pure instinct” when he saved a motorist’s life and almost certainly prevented a multiple pile-up.
East Anglia has some great lakes and rivers where you can set up, sit back and enjoy a spot of fishing, so with the season underway we have put together a selection of top locations to try across Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex.
More than 20 jobs will be created at a new Co-op food store in Cromer, according to store bosses.
A new Co-op supermarket and Post Office will open at the former Budgens’ store in the High Street, Cromer on June 8 after a revamp.
Local residents are being asked to choose between one of three options - fighting to stay put, accepting the eviction notice to move out within six months, or closing immediately.
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Cromer Post Office is set to close while a different stamp is put on a town centre store.
One of Cromer’s busiest stores could be closed for more than two months, it has emerged.
The fear of scaring away Wetherspoon’s means a town council will not be pursuing an access claim.
Salthouse shopkeeper Susan McKnespiey claimed the environment agency don’t want to build new sea defences within the Norfolk Coast Area of Natural Beauty - because they would be too “unsightly”.
Store chiefs revealed the move would safeguard local jobs.
Sarah Ramm lost six-and-a-half stone in 18 months and now she is hoping to inspire others.
A supermarket in Holt has always prided itself on offering a first class service.
A van could replace traditional Post Offices in rural Norfolk.
A postmaster will be transforming into a DJ to set the seal on six years running Holt Post Office.
Plans to move a bus stop away from the scene of a fatal accident in a drive to improve road safety have been branded “nonsensical”.
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