Burnt toast costs not only vital minutes in the morning rush, new figures can reveal, but also time and money for firefighters.
Two fire engines were called out to reports of a washing machine fire in north Norfolk.
A search and rescue training exercise involving a fallen injured horse and rider was simulated in Norfolk to prepare emergency crews in the event of a potential incident.
Firefighters were called after a building caught fire at a seaside resort in north Norfolk.
Firefighters were called out to reports of a capsized boat in King’s Lynn only to find out that the stricken vessel was a water ski ramp.
A north Norfolk fire station is preparing to open its door to potential new recruits for the county’s retained fire and rescue service.
A man has been rescued after becoming trapped in a car upside down in water.
Firefighters were called to put out a small rubbish fire on the north Norfolk coast.
Norfolk’s emergency services chiefs have welcomed a new law which will double the maximum sentence for anyone convicted of assaulting an emergency service worker to twelve months.
Calls have been made to encourage more women to become firefighters after it emerged that 97pc in Norfolk are men.
Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner is continuing his tour of the county to seek views from members of the public about who should govern the fire service.
People in Norfolk can take the first step towards a career in the emergency services after applications for full-time firefighter posts opened.
Emergency services had a busy night because of heavy rain, intense thunder and lightning storms and giant hail stones.
Thirteen fire crews tackled a 40-hectare field fire in Ringstead as crews endured yet another busy day of firefighting in the tinderbox conditions the heatwave has created across Norfolk.
Fires have been fought by Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service across the region through the night and into the morning.
A man who went missing after getting stuck in marshes overnight paid a visit to the police officers who saved him.
Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service have confirmed they attended 163 incidents over a weekend of unrelenting heat across the county.
Heatwave temperatures and tinderbox conditions continue to spark wildfires across the region but investigators are probing whether some have more sinister origins.
Firefighters have been dealing with a large woodland fire at Felthorpe, north of Norwich.
Reports of fires being set deliberately have piled more pressure on the fire service over the weekend, as they continue to battle against dry conditions.
Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service tackled a spate of fires in the open last night.
Firefighters across Norfolk endured another busy night, with more fires breaking out amid tinderbox dry conditions.
Norfolk’s firefighters had another busy night as the heatwave continued, with more blazes in buildings and wildfires on grassland.
Almost 60 fire fighters were called to the scene of a crop fire.
Emergency services have been at the scene of a large fire near a National Trust landmark since before 6.30am.
The continuing heat wave has seen firefighters called out several times to the Horsey area on the east coast.
A large vehicle fire has been put out by fire fighters.
A cliff fire involving bracken and gorse, near Cromer lighthouse, is believed to have been “accidental”.
A boat and two engines were sent to rescue a casualty from the River Bure.
Drone pilot Sergeant Danny Leach said he was “ecsatic” when he found a missing man stuck in marshes.
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