Regarding the relocation of Sheringham Town Council, the town council represents and serves the residents of the town. All actions by the council should be for the benefit of the residents.
Cromer Museum has provided a portal to the region's rich heritage for more than 40 years. Curator ALISTAIR MURPHY traces the history of the museum.
The doors at Cromer Museum have been thrown open for a new season - giving visitors the chance to explore the many fascinating people and events from the town's heritage.
A north Norfolk charity has teamed up with a doctors' surgery, to launch a scheme aimed at supporting Cromer residents who have difficulty accessing transport to GP and hospital appointments.
A north Norfolk council has warned residents that their journeys could be disrupted while roadworks take place.
They live close enough to hear our arguments and be kept awake by our late-night parties.
Children are being asked to capture the spirit of Cromer's New Year's Day fireworks in a drawing or painting and win a prize.
The newly-restored war memorial in front of Cromer Parish Church will be unveiled and re-dedicated by the grandson of the man who unveiled the original monument.
Cromer Town Council's planning committee has decided to object to a plans for 185 new homes, a sports and leisure park on the town's southern outskirts.
Three blue plaques will be put in place in Cromer as part of a weekend of events to commemorate the end of the First World War.