Two contestants on the new series of Channel 4’s Hunted stayed at a friend’s caravan in Cromer to evade capture.
More trains than ever are being delayed or cancelled on East Anglia’s rail network as repeated pledges to improve services fall flat.
It’s been a torrid year for rail passengers, hit by strikes, timetable changes and now fare increases.
The rector of a group of north Norfolk parishes has sung his final evensong service before leaving to “bang his own drum” into retirement.
Alan Tutt, from Cromer Museum, looks back at the impact the Second World War had on Cromer, almost 80 years after the start of what is still history’s most devastating conflict.
An American filmmaker is on a mission to document as many Second World War veterans as possible before they die.
Labour is planning a radical overhaul in banking rules to stop branches closing in rural East Anglia.
The remains of a Luftwaffe bomber found on a Norfolk beach could find a home at an air museum in the county.
Visitors hoping to see the remains of a Luftwaffe bomber from the Second World War on a north Norfolk beach may have to wait.
The remains of a Luftwaffe bomber from the Second World War have been uncovered on a north Norfolk beach.
Norfolk’s intrepid sailor David Greer is back home in Mundesley after sailing more than 43,000 nautical miles on the Clipper 2017/2018 Round the World Yacht Race.
Romance was in the air at Sheringham carnival parade, when a couple celebrating tying the knot held a wedding reception on the back of a float.
Norfolk’s intrepid sailor David Greer, 66, is preparing for the final race of the Clipper 2017/2018 Round the World Yacht Race.
The cost to the county’s mental health at the hands of cuts elsewhere has been laid bare as it was revealed one in seven people in Norfolk are living with depression or anxiety.
One in seven people in Norfolk are living with depression or anxiety, according to a survey of patients registered with GPs.
People from across our county have been recognised for their contributions to health, education, business, the arts and their communities in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.
There are plenty of great films showing at the cinema in Cromer, and the Atrium in North Walsham over the next week.
The owner of a post office has thanked the community for their support after his shop was targeted by ram raiders.
Fans of ex-professional footballers and reality TV stars jostled for pole position to watch a charity football match at Fakenham Town’s ground.
Holt rugby club’s long-standing chaplain Nick Bell is set to enjoy a special trip to Twickenham, as part of a volunteer recognition programme.
More than 300 people attended the funeral of former Cromer mayor Tony Nash, and his widow Michele (Shay) greeted everyone of them as they left the parish church.
“There will be nobody like him ever again. He will never be equalled. When he came onto a stage he lit it up.”
Forget the sidewalks of Manhattan, former Sex and the City star Kim Cattrall seems to have found a much more scenic spot for a stroll - the north Norfolk coast!
Sir Ken Dodd who tickled thousands of comedy fans for decades, including many in East Anglia, has died.
An intrepid brain injury survivor from north Norfolk is celebrating his team PSP Logistics’ first win in the Clipper 17/18 Round the World Yacht Race.
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