After an appeal by event organisers, ample volunteers have stepped up to help out with the North Norfolk Triathlon, happening this weekend.
The publisher of this newspaper and website will run a free workshop for anyone to learn how to best use marketing in a digital world.
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For a Saturday night at the movies, Norfolk is one of the cheapest places to be, with two cinemas among the cheapest 25 in the country.
Hundreds of cyclists saddled up in tempertaures of up to 30°C to enjoy Ride North Norfolk 2019.
The annual cycling event Ride North Norfolk will return this weekend, inviting cyclists from across the country to enjoy the coast roads as part of a registered British Cycling sportive.
The parents of a teenager girl who died of cystic fibrosis and the mother of a terminally ill boy have joined forces to help families in similar situations.
Music fans and festival workers have expressed their disappointment over the last-minute cancellation of a major dance event in Norfolk.
Bikers and farmers will come together this Saturday to celebrate Norfolk Day in Fakenham Market Place.
The revving of engines and flashes of chrome will return to Fakenham, Sheringham and the north Norfolk coast as the Harley Davidson rally rides in on Saturday July 27.
Four veterans from a care home took to the waves in a pioneering new vessel.
A man was found dead on a Norfolk beach, police have confirmed.
Council bosses are being urged to reconsider a "draconian" move to ban or restrict dogs from 11 parks and public areas across north Norfolk.
Dogs have been banned from 11 parks across North Norfolk since last November, but many residents are unaware because of a lack of signs.
Plans to use modified 4x4 units instead of fire engines at five Norfolk fire stations could risk firefighters' safety, according to a union secretary.
Fire engines are being replaced with 4x4 vehicles at stations across Norfolk as part of cost-cutting measures.
Two lorries have collided on the A148 outside Fakenham.
The Screen-Next-The-Sea returns to Wells Maltings this September with a theme of 'Keep Calm and Carry On Laughing!'.
The words 'piano' and 'marathon' have been brought together by musical fundraisers, hoping to gather donations for the repair of their damaged church venue.
The Wells and Walsingham Light Railway is putting together an October event after postponing the Wells at War weekend.