Police are appealing for witnesses after a car collided with several others in a supermarket car park.
Police were called to a branch of Morrisons after a car collided with several vehicles in the supermarket’s car park.
Construction has started on a McDonald’s restaurant in north Norfolk.
Tourists from parts of the country with higher levels of coronavirus are being asked not to travel to East Anglia during the half term holiday.
Cromer Fire Station is set to get a new tower.
Urgent restoration works are underway on an historic seaside building.
Firefighters pumped out water after flooding at Cromer and District Hospital.
A Cromer mum is preparing to walk 200 miles on a treadmill as part of a fundraiser for the Mental Health and Wellbeing Fund.
A town councillor says Covid-19 will be faced down just like Britain’s Second World War enemies 75 years ago, ahead of scaled-down VJ Day commemorations.
Cromer has cancelled its New Year’s Day fireworks display, which is watched each year by more than 10,000 people.
A group set up to support vulnerable people during lockdown will continue to operate even once the pandemic is over, following an £11,500 grant.
The publican of a Cromer pub which has just had a £420,000 said he had been ”overwhelmed” by how much custom there had been since reopening.
A Norfolk zoo has seen a lockdown baby boom, with Patagonian hares, a marmoset and bird-of-prey chicks joining the exotic population.
Glass windbreaks have been installed on Cromer Pier to shelter people from the sea breeze while they are eating and drinking.
Some of Cromer’s most popular summer visitors have returned to graze on the grass and gaze out to sea.
A expected “tourist onslaught” has prompted Cromer Lawn Tennis and Squash Club to take on eight new coaches.
Plans have been drawn up to turn a former Cromer pub and cottage hospital into six homes.
The owners of a popular family-run pub are calling for more support to help them survive the winter.
North Norfolk theatres have turned red to highlight the plight of the performing arts sector, which is struggling to survive after months of lockdown.
As the nation unites in gratitude for our NHS, and celebrates the courage, skill and dedication of its staff, we dip into Norfolk hospital history
An all-female buddy film shot in north Norfolk will be shown on Amazon Prime.
Year 10 students at nine secondary schools across Norfolk and Waveney have started Saturday catch-up classes and will be returning early from their summer holidays, to make up for lessons lost during lockdown.
The exotic inhabitants of a Norfolk zoo are coming face to face with visitors for the first time in three months.
How can we inspire more women to consider careers in engineering? Reporter STUART ANDERSON spoke to one of Norfolk’s female engineers.
The gates of Amazona Zoo are reopening for the first time in three months as the lockdown restrictions continue to ease.
Coach parking has been temporaily suspended at two car parks in north Norfolk.
Face coverings are now compulsory on public transport - and pressure is building to make people wear them inside supermarkets and shops.
Three new appointments have been made to RNLI Cromer’s team of volunteer lifeboat and shore crew.
This is the way to do social distancing.
A man has been jailed after he admitted causing “dreadful multiple injuries” to a child.