There's a general feeling amongst many in North Walsham that it's a town that has never been given the credit it deserves.
A further reunion of pupils of the former North Walsham High School for Girls (intake year 1947) will take place in the north Norfolk town.
One of Norfolk's few remaining council-maintained high schools has unveiled plans to become an academy.
Concerns over homes plan
Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable has warned how a swathe of other issues in the UK were being ignored as MPs argued about Brexit.
A "legacy of ineffective leadership and teaching" is holding back progress at an under-performing Norfolk high school, inspectors have claimed.
Employers and business people are being urged to take part in a school's mentoring scheme aimed at helping students gain the confidence and skills they will need when they join the workforce.
Splash in Sheringham and other leisure centres in north Norfolk will be run by a new contractor from next year, saving the council £300,000 a year.
Icing sugar snowdrifts, silver-glazed Christmas trees and a gingerbread Santa's grotto helped students and staff get into the festive spirit during a bake-off style challenge at a north Norfolk school.
A new £860,000 football pitch with an emphasis on attracting girls to the beautiful game is being touted for the former school of an award-winning footballer.
A hard-hitting play hoping to effect a reduction in the numbers of injuries and fatalities on Norfolk's roads will be performed in schools around the county.
Warm, funny, very distinct and certainly memorable. Those are just some of the words used to describe Jess Fairweather at an emotional farewell on the day he would have turned 21.
Tributes have been paid to a student known for his lovely nature and sense of humour.
A survivor of meningitis raised £2,640 to help fight the disease.
A trailblazing physiotherapist who turned around the a hospital department she admitted was "worse than average" has died.
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 North Walsham writer has described his excitement at publishing his first book.
Cromer Carnival drew to a spectacular close, with an illuminated procession through the town, followed by a dazzling fireworks display over the pier and sea.
A teenager with dreams of being a professional golfer has won his home club's top trophy.
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