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Firefighters were called to tackle a blaze in a smoke-logged chip shop in the early hours of Sunday.

Beneath Norfolk's fields lies a hidden medieval world now lost amidst the sands of time. ALAN TUTT of Cromer Museum uncovers one of our most notable deserted villages, Godwick.

Desmond 'Steve' Stanford was a Royal Navy mechanic during D-Day. In the lead-up to the 75th anniversary of the landings, he shared his memories of the time with reporter Stuart Anderson.

A sinkhole believed to be at least five metres deep has opened up in the high street of a busy seaside town.

One of the region's MPs has entered the race to succeed Theresa May as leader of the Conservative Party.

Palm oil, which is deadly to dogs, was the major offending item found by a team of around 50 volunteers during a beach clean at Sea Palling.

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Fakenham visited Cromer, a place they have found difficult to win at, and held their nerve to secure a 16 run win and take the lead in the Norfolk Alliance Premier Division.

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.

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Right, let's get this one straight right off the bat: This is a Smash Hit Show. There, I said it. No point in keeping you waiting, go buy a ticket. No, really; there is no need to read on - except perhaps to find out why…

The Edge of Things takes inspiration from some of the books in Blickling Estate's impressive book collection, and brings the age of enlightenment to a brand new audience.

An outstanding performance of the story of a showgirl who took refuge with a group of nuns has won a north Norfolk group one of the most highly-prized awards in amateur theatre.

When Chris Hamilton-Emery decided to set up Salt Publishing, a small independent press, he had no idea of the success it would achieve. 20 years on, it's still going strong and will celebrate its anniversary as part of a special event at the Norfolk and Norwich Festival 2019.

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.

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