Pharmacists are being trained to help spot the signs of cancer in a bid to ensure those who fear they have the deadly illness can get support faster.
A charity that provides a vital service of transporting blood to people in need outside of normal working hours has reached another milestone.
A group of young volunteers have helped to spread the word about child bereavement charity, Nelson’s Journey.
Residents are being urged to stay safe near open waters as figures reveal more people drowned while walking or running in the Norfolk than taking part in any water-based activity.
Terminal illness charity Marie Curie is asking people to throw a ‘Blooming Great Tea Party’ this summer.
A Weight Watchers coach has kick-started her most active summer ever with #WW5kMyWay.
Stunning images have been captured of a red kite and a kestrel having a mid-air fight.
The first of a number of organ recitals were performed at St Nicholas church in Dereham.
Dalegate Market and Deepdale Backpackers and Camping welcomed a special guest for a week’s rest and relaxation.
Golfers are swinging into action to raise money for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).
At the age of 89, Pamela Noyes is set for yet another exhibition of her scenic paintings.
A series of fascinating sculptures celebrating the rich and varied history of Wells-next-the-Sea is to be shown in the towns first ever outdoor art trail.
As the end of the school year approaches, year six pupils from Burnham Market Primary School were given a taste of the hospitality industry during a visit to a local hotel.
Pupils at a Walsingham school received a special visit from members of the Royal British Legion.
After 40 years of Salvation Army officership around the UK, Majors Keith and Rosemarie Williams have celebrated their retirement.
Police are asking for help to identify a woman following the theft of a Yankee Candle in Dereham.
Schools and community groups gathered to see the launch of the new GoGoCreate learning project.
A Shipdham knitting club are hosting a fairytale-themed festival this month.
A new manager has been appointed for a care home in Shipdham.
A woman from Fakenham has been selected as one of the soloists for Norfolk Symphony Orchestra’s (NSO) annual summer concert.
Part of the A47 has been partially blocked this afternoon after a two vehicle collision.
Actors presented an evening of Jane Austen duologue performances to raise money.
Preparations are under way for a jam-packed week of fun events to get people in Fakenham out and about.
Dereham’s newest youth football club received a special visit from the mayor and some councillors.
Redundant assets from rail improvements in Great Yarmouth have been given to the Mid Norfolk Railway (MNR).
A village primary school children got a taste of the 1940s life when they held their own VE Day street party.
A man who stole cigarettes and toiletries from Asda in Swaffham has been jailed for 60 days.
Members of the Royal British Legion Walsingham branch are getting some help from pupils at Walsingham Primary Academy before heading off on a pilgrimage.
A vital rehabilitation service for sick and injured birds of prey is hunting for cash to help it take off and deliver its message around Norfolk.
A grieving husband from Norfolk has described his shock at realising his wife is possibly among those whose lives were cut short due to a breast cancer screening error.
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