The county councillor in charge of services for vulnerable children has been disqualified from driving for six months after being caught repeatedly breaking the speed limit.
A mother has pleaded with thieves to return £400 worth of wrestling outfits belonging to her 14-year-old son after they were stolen from a pub car park.
These seven criminals are wanted by Norfolk Constabulary. If you do encounter any of these people, you are advised not to approach them and contact the police immediately on 101.
Two school children had to be separated by police after a fight broke out in a north Norfolk park.
Police in Norfolk have insisted they will only use enforcement as a “last resort” when it comes to people not wearing facemasks in shops.
Two teenage boys will appear in court following an incident where three old chicken shed were burned down.
Norfolk’s chief constable has said he fears a ‘hidden bubble’ of child abuse crimes may have ooccured during coronavirus lockdown.
The chairman of Norfolk’s police federation has said he expects the onus of enforcing the mandatory wearing of face masks to fall with shopkeepers - as the constabulary does not have the capacity to do it.
A domestic abuse charity saw a 300pc rise in calls during lockdown, as police raised fears that victims were unable to get away from their abuser.
A courageous dad used a baseball bat to fight off two raiders who broke into his home in the middle of the night armed with machetes.
A cyclist has been taken to hospital with serious head injuries after a ‘serious’ crash.
More than three quarters of people fined by police in Norfolk for breaching lockdown restrictions are men, new data has revealed.
A hard-hitting animation showing how a young person is groomed and exploited has been created in a bid to warn youngsters across Norfolk about the dangers of taking the wrong path in life.
A group of people who dumped a dirty nappy and beer cans in a park have been fined £120.
A man who assaulted a police officer and spat in the face of another in Sheringham has been jailed for six months.
Police are not linking two incidents believed to have involved weapons in north Norfolk last week.
Police have reminded visitors to respect Norfolk’s beauty spots after crowds flocked to the coast and Broads on the hottest week of the year.
Watchdogs have warned people in Norfolk to be on their guard after cold calling attempts by rogue traders, including one described as “verbally aggressive”.
Two rogue traders are being sought by police after an incident in East Runton.
Five people were arrested and two men wounded in a police incident in a north Norfolk village last night.
Eight people have been arrested after a group fight thought to have involved weapons broke out at Lidl.
An appeal for information has been launched after boat owners reported a number of thefts in north Norfolk.
Speeding tickets will be falling onto the doorsteps of more than 2,000 motorists in the county following a two-week campaign from Norfolk Constabulary.
A man has been arrested after a fight thought to have involved weapons broke out at a Lidl store.
An off-duty policeman had to fight off two dogs after they attacked his pet chihuahua.
A Norfolk bus company has pleaded with passengers to show respect to its employees and follow the rules after a woman “feigned spitting and coughing” on one of its drivers.
A man has been jailed after he admitted causing “dreadful multiple injuries” to a child.
Second homes and holiday homes were involved in more than 250 complaints in relation to breaches of coronavirus lockdown rules, police figures have revealed.
A boat trailer, a winch and two kayaks are among the items stolen in five separate thefts of marine equipment across Norfolk in the last month.
A woman is in a serious condition after she was rescued from the sea off north Norfolk.
The owner of a farm campsite and hostel has said its TripAdvisor Traveller’s Choice Award is a testimony to his staff.
A group of musicians holed up in a north Norfolk manor house are helping to bring people together through the power of song.
Council officers could be set to knock on doors to tell people to self-isolate, after the government announced a major shift towards a local test and trace system to tackle coronavirus outbreaks.
Buses will continue to follow a diversion around a town centre despite the road reopening last Monday.