The potential of parking permits being introduced in Cromer to ease congestion during peak summer months was debated at a town council meeting.
Cromer traders say they have enjoyed a bumper summer, but its famous pier and theatre has warned it could take five years for it to recover from the impact of coronavirus.
Cromer and Northrepps have marked the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.
Cromer Hospital’s phlebotomy department is to close to GP patients at the end of September, but health bosses say the change will make getting a blood test more convenient.
The Cromer Road has reopened after a collision between four cars has forced it to close for more than three hours.
A community-led housing trust has launched a campaign to help rent homes to people priced out of a North Norfolk town by holiday lets and second homes.
Care homes bosses in Norfolk have said they prepared to tackle a second wave of coronavirus and have had no problems accessing testing kits or personal protective equipment.
Vandals have smeared chocolate spread over outdoor gym equipment in a Norfolk town.
A stunning photograph taken at a Norfolk school has been given the Royal seal of approval by the Duchess of Cambridge.
From jumping in a lifeboat in his swimming trunks to advancements in technology and health and safety regulations, Ted Luckin has seen a lot of changes during his 60 years of service with Cromer RNLI.
A 10-year-old paddle boarder and the swimmer who went after them when they started drifting out to sea have both been rescued by Sheringham lifeboat.
Cromer Hospital’s Minor Injuries Unit has reopened after a it was forced to temporarily close by a power outage.
A ceramicist has opened a new studio in the centre of Holt where people can not only purchase items inspired by north Norfolk but also have a go at making something in clay themselves.
If 2020 has left you with a growing urge to escape from it all and hunker down with a good book, then a nuclear bunker in north Norfolk could be just what you’re after.
Headteachers have said high numbers of children returning to classrooms across the county this week was a vote of confidence in the work done to make schools safe.
An avid golfer has been remembered at her home club with a new path taking players to the first tee.
After the announcement that social gatherings will be down to six people from Monday, Sabrina Johnson spoke to people in Cromer on Wednesday to find out their views
In need of a new party outfit, a winter coat or vintage look? A community wardrobe could have just what you are after.
A sales assistant at Bakers and Larners of Holt, is celebrating clocking up 50 years of retail service.
Councillors have approved a proposal on how to help businesses in North Norfolk which have been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.
There are “worrying and unwelcome” signs in one Norfolk town that people are taking fewer coronavirus precautions.
A special educational needs school is close to finishing its brand new therapy centre, on budget and despite the challenges posed by lockdown.
A tip-off from the public has led to £600-worth of drugs being seized near Cromer.
Electric vehicle charging points have been installed in two of north Norfolk’s towns.
A popular micropub has announced it is reopening its doors to customers after months of takeaway only service.
A copper leaf celebrating a £1m donation to the N&N Hospitals Charity has been placed on Cromer and District Hospital’s Eternal Celebratory Tree sculpture.
Norfolk has lost four of its local radio stations as part of UK-wide rebrand which has seen them closed and replaced with a single national station.
The return of an end-of-the-pier variety show to Cromer Pier’s Pavilion Theatre has been welcomed by performers, who are “thrilled to be back in front of a live audience”.
Campsite owners and tourism businesses have reported one of their busiest Augusts on record, with many saying they have had to turn customers away due to already being at capacity.
A rare poster and ticket from a 1977 Norfolk Sex Pistols gig that was their penultimate ever live show is going under the hammer.