To mark 100 years since Edith Cavell'S body was reburied at Norwich Cathedral, ALAN TUTT of Cromer Museum looks back at the life and legacy of the renowned Norfolk nurse who gave her life for the freedom of others.
Fresh from camping out in Parliament Square as part of the Extinction Rebellion demonstration in London, Dr Hayley Pinto, from Marsham, describes why the planet is facing a climate emergency.
One of the east of England's top art prizes, the Holt Festival Sir John Hurt Art Prize, is now inviting entries for the 2019 contest.
Daryl Long of Norfolk Record Offices reveals the vast former estate of Bullard's Brewery and how pubs from its heyday were named and used.
Mandy Proctor, chief executive of domestic abuse charity Leeway, shares her thoughts on the recent media attention on domestic abuse.
Five grants worth £12,000 have been made towards repairs of East Anglia's distinctive round tower churches.
Just a year ago we were all bracing ourselves for the Beast from the East.
When most people go travelling they expect to pick up a few souvenirs along the way.
Thousands turned out to Boxing Day hunt meets across the region - as Labour warned it would strengthen legislation banning the hunting of animals.
From a Mayhem Monster Manor during the day to the spine-tingling horror mazes at night, there is plenty to keep all the family busy at Roarr! Dinosaur Park this half-term.
A "one man crime wave" who illegally collected more than 5,000 rare bird eggs has been warned he is facing jail.
An eighth-generation fisherman has warned of a future shortage of people to catch Cromer crabs due to a lack of interest in the job.
Rain has come in the nick of time for Norfolk's golf clubs, whose water resources were on the brink of running dry.
A rusty tractor has been moved after being described as causing Cromer beach to look like a "tractor graveyard".
The record-breaking heatwave is today being blamed for ushering in an invasion of wasps.
A unique hand-made village sign has been stolen from the heart of a tiny community in north-east Norfolk.
Honking horns, jubilant cheers and chants of "football's coming home" echoed throughout the county and beyond as England celebrated its latest victory in the World Cup.
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