Calls have been made for elderly people without property or savings to be given more help to pay for their care.
An exhibition on the life and work of The Tiger Who Came to Tea author and illustrator Judith Kerr has opened at the National Trust’s Blickling Estate.
More women have come forward to describe the risky ways they are having to obtain medication not available on the NHS for thyroid issues.
A Norfolk-made teddy bear has been flown all over the world in memory of the late rock star and Status Quo guitarist Rick Parfitt.
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The romance of steam has mingled with the magic of Christmas on Norfolk’s famous Poppy Line.
Like Henry VIII, modern-day politicians continually invent new ways of taxing their citizens.
Norfolk celebrated peace a century ago with flags, parades, bells and even impromptu flypasts and a commandeered fire engine.
When former Sheringham mayor Noel Gant got chatting to his future wife Margrit at a dance in Germany in 1956, he says he knew immediately that she was “the one”.
A group of East Anglian veterans had the chance to get behind the wheels of a tank in north Norfolk.
A family is continuing to fundraise to help pay for a boy to have specialist Proton therapy treatment overseas.
People who gave their lives fighting for their country, whether England or Germany, were remembered at a poignant civic dinner in North Walsham.
A football with the name of a north Norfolk church written across it has been discovered on a beach in Germany, 250 miles away from its original home.
An American filmmaker is on a mission to document as many Second World War veterans as possible before they die.
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From James Dyson to Olivia Colman, a new exhibition will celebrate the contribution that Gresham’s School has made in the field of design, engineering and the arts.
A Norfolk business has set a fundraising target of £1500 to help a family hold a Christmas event to raise funds for their son’s treatment.
Labour has declared war on the East’s holiday homeowners in a bid to raise hundreds of millions to fight the region’s homelessness crisis.
The rediscovery of remains of a Luftwaffe Junkers Ju 88 bomber which crash landed in north Norfolk in 1941 has sparked the memory of a woman who saw the bomb the plane dropped.
American classic cars and bikes are set to take centre stage at this year’s Reepham Classic Car and Bike Festival as the popular event returns for a fifth year.
A former Norfolk GP has taken to the skies in a replica First World War aircraft that took him a decade to build.
North Norfolk is set to go back in time, as twelve historic steam cars get ready to race through the area next week.
The mayor of a German town and four councillors will visit North Walsham to help mark the centenary of the end of the First World War.
A memorial to commemorate seven airmen killed in a plane crash 50 years ago was unveiled at Holt Country Park.
Seven men lost their lives when two planes collided 50 years ago. The night is still rememembered by the people of Holt, and in the landscape itself
An internationally renowned organist is planning to travel to north Norfolk from the Norwegian town of Nordfjordeid for a church recital.
Norfolk artist Samuel Thomas has donated an original piece of work, worth £1495, to raise money to help a seven-year-old boy get treatment in Germany.
For 30 years, it has provided a bridge between two towns separated by the North Sea.
Animals and the beauty of the north Norfolk coast are among the themes reflected in a series of paintings which have just gone on show.
Six RAF Coltishall airmen killed in a coach crash in Germany 35 years ago have been remembered at an annual memorial service.
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