Homes and businesses flooded during storms Ciara and Dennis will have nine more months to collect a £5,000 grant.
An elderly resident almost lost £520 after being promised £5,000 in credit by cold-callers pretending to be from an electricity company.
Holt could be welcoming a new convenience store, almost three months after a fire which destroyed its only supermarket.
Owners of an antique shop in a historic village has spoken of a “challenging” first year of trading due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A fisherman whose boat engine failed while at sea was rescued by a lifeboat crew.
Norfolk actor, comedian and presenter Stephen Fry has been crowned as the dream car passenger in a new AA poll.
Former leader of the Labour party Jeremy Corbyn enjoyed a meal at a family-run Indian restaurant while on holiday in Norfolk.
Gardens in Thetford, Hindringham and Great Yarmouth will continue to open their gates to the public during September.
Over the last 20 years, Dee Bartram put her career on hold, settling down into family life.
Hay bales close to a north Norfolk town have been set alight in an early morning fire.
One of Norfolk’s heritage railways has announced its popular Christmas train will return in 2020.
After months without face-to-face visits, food hygiene inspectors are making their first trips back to the kitchen.
A councillor has quit his party to return to the Conservative group, days after he was forced to apologise for swearing in a Zoom meeting.
Comedy royalty Paul Whitehouse and Bob Mortimer have returned to Norfolk for the third series of their popular BBC show, Gone Fishing.
The grave of a fisherman who transformed into an artist has been restored.
A chain supermarket will be holding an extra summer food collection to support the Trussell Trust and FareShare as they respond to an increased demand for food in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Churches are encouraging members to celebrate an eagerly awaited event from home amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A popular wildlife event is going fully virtual for the first time in its history.
Plans for the major re-development of the Catholic National Shrine at Walsingham have been put on hold after concerns were raised over potential visitor numbers and finances.
A life-sized fibreglass rendition of arguably the country’s most recognisable aircraft has been made in Norfolk to celebrate those who built the planes during the war.
A popular curate who has helped his community through the pandemic was given a standing ovation in a final farewell service.
A former land girl who served in the Second World War has celebrated her 104th birthday.
A father and his two daughters were airlifted to hospital on an extremely busy day for coastguard rescuers on the hottest day of the year.
A popular micropub that opened last Christmas is expanding after locals hailed it a success.
A north Norfolk brewery is celebrating winning a gold medal and two silvers at a prestigious national brewing competition.
Two locks of Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson’s hair have fetched thousands of pounds at auction.
One of Cromer’s famed Bagot goats has enjoyed a morning stroll on the beach after escaping from its enclosure.
Movies are making a comeback to the big screen at Sheringham’s theatre in August.
People from across the county came together to run more than 1,000 miles for Norfolk Day.
Sir Norman Lamb challenged people to get together with friends, colleagues or family to collectively walk 500 miles to raise funds for his Mental Health and Wellbeing Fund.