Beer drinkers in Norfolk are paying more for their pint than pub goers over the border in Suffolk, according to the new Good Pub Guide.
Hundreds of people living in fuel poverty in Norfolk have benefited during the first six months of a multi-million pound scheme to tackle the problem.
It is almost 170 years since the first public toilet was opened in the UK. Yet in many parts it has become harder to spend a penny because of the closure of council-run toilets.
Taxi companies could be forced to install CCTV under measures to bring licensing laws that differ widely across Norfolk up to date.
Greater Anglia passengers have become significantly less satisfied with their journeys over the last 12 months according to new figures from the rail watchdog Transport Focus.
A new plan to help rail services in Norfolk and Suffolk cope with extreme weather and avoid the scale of during last year's Beast from the East disruption has been drawn up.
The prospect of unearthing hidden artefacts is luring metal detecting tourists from America to pay thousands of pounds to join treasure hunting tours of Norfolk.
A Brancaster woman who oversees a community transport lifeline for older people to get to medical appointments will be awarded a British Empire Medal.
As you sit down to tuck into the turkey or open your presents this Christmas Day, you may not realise that technically you may be breaking the law. We unearth 10 killjoy laws of Christmas past.
A Shire horse foal has been taking her first tentative steps at Redwings Horse Sanctuary one year after her mother was one of 19 horses rescued by the Norfolk welfare charity.
Householders are being warned to be on alert for cold callers claiming to be police officers across Norfolk.
The squeeze on library services across the region as councils face financial pressures has been revealed by analysis of government figures.
Norfolk Police are set to lead a national campaign warning homeowners and businesses to be vigilant against thieves stealing heating oil.
A Norfolk woman who remains in a stable but critical condition following a crash on the A11 has been named.
A large 26-bedroom country retreat on the North Norfolk coast and a small bed and breakfast in the South Norfolk countryside were amongst 100 winners at the fourth annual ROSE Awards at the Independent Hotel Show in London.