'Unsatisfactory and dangerous situation' - Man frustrated by unlit roadwork
A villager has raised concerns over how a damaged manhole cover has been cordoned off on a main road, calling for it to be better lit. John Blakeley from Gunthorpe was angry at Norfolk County Council over barriers placed over damaged BT covers...
'We can't function without you' - Young farmers' plea as club membership halves
Norfolk's cash-strapped Young Farmers' Clubs (YFCs) have appealed for more support after the county's membership numbers slumped by half during the coronavirus lockdowns. The pandemic has had a significant impact on the activities and...
Walsh out of British title bid as he recovers from Covid-19
Norfolk boxer Liam Walsh has been forced to pull out of his British lightweight title bid because he is still recovering from Covid-19. Walsh was due to have faced Paul Hyland Jnr in Bolton on March 19 for the vacant title. Max Hughes has...
Sir John Hurt art prize opens for entries with increased prize money
As the Holt Festival enters its 10th year, the Sir John Hurt Art Prize and Sworders Prize have increased their prize money for artists, following a record number of entries last year. With the pandemic seeing cancellations and postponements...
“Shocked and elated” at chance to help children protect planet
Norfolk vet and television presenter Jess French loved World Book Day as a child – now she has written one of the books to be offered to millions of children Wildlife and animal expert Jess is one of the 12 leading children’s writers invited...