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A man has died in a car crash in a Norfolk village.

Concerns are growing after large amounts of palm oil were found scattered along our region's coastline.

An open day in north Norfolk is set to offer an insight into the restoration of historic boats.

Cromer was a sea of smiling faces at the weekend, as crowds gathered to enjoy an annual festival celebrating two seaside towns.

Tummies were fluttering in the treetops as families tried out the brand new attraction at BeWILDerwood.

Booming-voiced individuals from as far afield as Kent, Yorkshire and Surrey lined up in front of a panel of judges seated outside Cromer Parish Church on Saturday, in a competition to find the best - and the loudest - town crier in the county.

With the UN suggesting we're all going to hell in a handcart, one of our greatest writers about farming and rural life still reminds us what we risk losing

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North Norfolk Sport

Well over 1,000 people enjoyed the annual Dardan Security rugby sevens and beer festival at North Walsham on Saturday.

Cornish pilot gig boats are naturally well-known in England's south west, but the class also has a budding following in the east.

The curtain comes down on the Norfolk rugby union season on Saturday with the staging of the annual Dardan Security Sevens.

North Norfolk Harriers's Hattie Reynolds was the star performer at the Norfolk Track and Field Championships at the UEA Sportspark in Norwich.

The curtain comes down on the local Rugby Union season on Saturday with the staging of the anuual Dardan Security Sevens tournament.

North Norfolk Events

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Professional touring company Baroque Theatre revisited their Norfolk roots on Friday night performing Ariel Dorfman's award-winning thriller 'Death and the Maiden' at Wells Maltings.

Tummies were fluttering in the treetops as families tried out the brand new attraction at BeWILDerwood.

The Stalham Fringe Festival is set to be bigger and better after the event's first successful showing last year.

A fascinating new history of Norfolk is a fitting tribute to author Chris Barringer, and the county he loved

The idyllic village of Dibley comes under threat from a water company in an upcoming production at Sheringham Little Theatre.

Louisa Baldwin took a trip to the north Norfolk coast to visit the award-winning seafood restaurant that is making waves.

Artwork inspired by the plight of unmarried mothers forced to live in Norfolk's Victorian workhouses will be on show at Salthouse Church, near Holt, this month, as part of an exhibition by printmaker and former Cromer librarian Maria Pavledis.

A day in honour of the county's top bangers attracted thousands of visitors to a north Norfolk market town.

A Norfolk conservation trust has recruited an army of young 'water warriors' to create paintings, short stories and poems, which will go on show at an annual family day aimed at highlighting the importance of the River Wensum to the local landscape.

A vivid semi-autobiographical tale of a girl growing up in a commune in Norfolk is in with a chance of being named the year's best debut novel.

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