A prominent listed building in the centre of Holt could be converted into seven flats.
A much-missed restaurant could be heading back to a north Norfolk town.
Demand for seats on a heritage railway's first-ever Norfolk Lights Express has soared with 10 further trains being added.
Measures to combat vandalism at toilets in a north Norfolk town will be discussed by councillors.
An award-winning youth project is fighting for survival and needs to raise £58,000 annually for the next three years.
Bosses at a north Norfolk rugby club are hoping that interest in the World Cup will inspire youngsters to become the Ben Youngs of the future.
The national Pig Farmer of the Year title has come to Norfolk for the second year running - but what does it take to become a champion pork producer? CHRIS HILL reports.
The sixth Holt 1940s weekend last month raised a profit of more than £3,000 and cheques have been presented to Holt Women's Institute and Community Centre.
An all-conquering north Norfolk farmer has been crowned supreme barley champion by his club for an unprecedented third year in a row.
The national Pig Farmer of the Year trophy has been brought back to Norfolk for the second time in two years.
John Bradburne was the son of Cawston Anglican vicar Thomas Bradburne, and as a youth spent time there and at Gresham's School in Holt, where he was very happy.
Plans for a new care home which would create 60 jobs were turned down despite it being dubbed a 'golden opportunity' to kick-start a commercial development.
Developers are trying to force a council into paying for a new school site as part of a 110-home development, a resident has claimed.
The style, culture and character of the wartime era will again be celebrated as north Norfolk steps back in time for the annual 1940s weekend in Holt and Sheringham.
A Spitfire memorial project in north Norfolk won't now be completed until next spring.
Students and staff across north Norfolk are celebrating excellent A-level results.
The Georgian town of Holt was set alight by performers and musicians, with art exhibitions and literary events also drawing in the crowds, at the annual festival.
A family-friendly café is set to open in Holt, offering cooking, music and gardening groups for young children, their families and the community.
New plans have been drawn up for a 66-bed care home for older people in Holt.
It's one of the hottest July days on record in Norfolk, and now there are reports that tarmac is melting.
A South African artist, now based in north Norfolk, won Holt Festival's Sir John Hurt Art Prize and a cheque for £1,750.
A burst water main that was causing problems for families in Holt has been fixed.
There was only one topic of conversation in Holt on Monday, July 22, and that was the sad death of one of its most prominent citizens, Michael Baker.
A north Norfolk man will be tackling the second of the seven mountains he has pledged to climb when he heads for Europe's highest peak.
Being legendary actor Sir John Hurt's widow never allowed Anwen, Lady Hurt much time to grieve in private after he died.
There were a lot of tears but also smiles as a D-Day veteran relived some of the happiest times of his Second World War service.
Gallery artists were asked to produce works inspired by their response to Blickling Hall, and the results comprise a new exhibition in Holt.
Two underused areas in a north Norfolk town have been earmarked as possible sites for new recreational facilities.
An award-winning Norfolk youth project has been awarded National Lottery funding of £333,593 over three years.
Time is running out for artists to enter one of the East of England's top competitions, the Holt Festival Sir John Hurt Art Prize.