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It’s a long way from NASA but a Norfolk field could provide the launch pad for a rocket made by a man hoping to train people to go to ‘infinity and beyond.’

This weekend could see temperatures almost double the average for February.

The county’s roads will play host to one of the biggest events in the UK cycling calendar this summer.

University of East Anglia

The brave and fearless rescue of a Romanian cargo ship off the coast of Wells has been remembered its 40th anniversary. DANIEL BENNETT look back at what happened on that momentous day...

If Olivia Colman should be so lucky as to win the best actress Oscar at the Academy Awards on Sunday, it’s unlikely the gong they present her with will look quite like this.

Sheringham’s Scira Viking Festival organisers are expecting record crowds on Saturday, when the annual event will come to a spectacular close with a torchlit parade and ceremonial burning of a 28ft longboat on the beach.

Colin Seal

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Yesterday, 17:02
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The county’s roads will play host to one of the biggest events in the UK cycling calendar this summer.

Having had a reasonably easy ride against Luton last week North Walsham face somewhat stiffer opposition at Eton Manor on Saturday.

James Knight

Ten players crossed the whitewash as North Walsham overwhelmed visitors Luton 79-5 in London IN.

Jake Duffield

Will Harrold’s encouraging start to the Web.com Tour season continued when he claimed a top 40 finish in Colombia.

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Norfolk youngster Harry Simmons has agreed a new contract at Leicester Tigers.

Gresham's School

North Norfolk Events

Yesterday, 16:29

If Olivia Colman should be so lucky as to win the best actress Oscar at the Academy Awards on Sunday, it’s unlikely the gong they present her with will look quite like this.

Sheringham’s Scira Viking Festival organisers are expecting record crowds on Saturday, when the annual event will come to a spectacular close with a torchlit parade and ceremonial burning of a 28ft longboat on the beach.

A ‘near-death experience’ has forced a delay to a DJ’s first appearance at a north Norfolk music night.

Ideas on what to call an annual festival which takes place in Mundesley have been sought.

He was a trailblazing sculptor who came to symbolize post-war modernism.

The first big play structure to be built at BeWilderwood in five years has opened just in time for the half-term break.

It’s a Viking take-over! A beach boat burning, battles and beard braiding are just some of the Viking activities rampaging through Norfolk

A popular wildlife event being held at a Norfolk nature reserve will bring together experts in the fields of optic equipment and nature holidays, as well as featuring book-signings, walks, talks and wildlife-inspired arts and crafts.

Editor David Powles explains what Norfolk Day is all about.

Norfolk Day is returning and we want you to help make sure it’s bigger and better than ever before!

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