A motorist had a lucky escape after his vehicle collided with a stationary car in Dereham on Saturday morning.
Families are invited to test their nerves at a special Halloween celebration at Holkham Hall.
A hotel in Burham Market is hosting a special event this weekend to mark the anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar.
Vandals have attempted to break into the rugby club in Dereham and in the process caused minor criminal damage.
Public outcry over plans to sell a popular car park has convinced at least one councillor that the proposal may be misguided.
A charity near Fakenham has been left stunned by the success of their fund raising campaign, which aims to raise enough money to allow them to significantly expand their premises.
Vandals have caused criminal damage to the headquarters of Fakenham’s Air Cadets, leaving the main door of the building covered in paint and glue, and obstructed by litter and bags of charcoal.
Plans to close a busy road in Fakenham in the middle of December have been met with fury from local business owners, with one calling it “disastrous”.
A new store and drive-through coffee shop may soon be built in Necton if plans are granted by Breckland Council.
A poppy shop is set to open in Fakenham at the end of October, coinciding with the launch of the annual poppy appeal.
A paedophile from Dereham was jailed for more than ten years after his two year old victim became the youngest person to give evidence in a British criminal case.
Dereham’s top bowlers gathered together on Friday to celebrate their various achievements throughout the year.
The organiser of a charity fireworks display has praised the Swaffham community for coming together and offering their support after signs advertising the event were torn down.
Infrastructure plans for one of Norfolk’s largest offshore wind farms have been refined and the latest round of public consultations have been announced.
Market stalls have begun making preparations for one of the East of England’s largest festive markets in a tiny village of just 30 residents.
The first shots fired by Stephen Paddock from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel sounded like nothing more than fireworks.
Primary school pupils from across Norfolk gathered together in Dereham at the end of September to compete in Northgate School’s first maths challenge.
Apples are to be at the centre of an autumn celebration in mid-Norfolk this month, as Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse hosts its annual Apple Day event.
A woman and her son were lucky to escape serious injury after a diesel spill caused their car to spin out of control and flip onto its side.
A volunteer survey to measure the number of HGVs travelling through Swaffham has come to an end and residents hope the results will prompt a larger council survey in the future.
Two members of staff from a cat protection centre in Dereham are setting off on an adventure in the Himalayas as part of a major push to raise money for new cat shelters.
After embracing internet bidding an auction house in Fakenham is seeing a big change in their business and have achieved sale prices which far exceed their expectations.
The organisers of Dereham’s neighbourhood watch group are encouraging people to attend a meeting in November to discuss community issues, including safety concerns over the A47.
Councillors from the North Norfolk District Council are expected to attend Fakenham’s upcoming town council meeting to provide an update on the proposed sale of Highfield Road car park.
Norfolk County Council’s Cycling and Walking Festival kicked off this week with a five mile walk around Dereham on Sunday.
The musical director of a well known Norfolk brass band has successfully completed a cycling challenge in aid of Help for Heroes and is now preparing for a special concert at Wymondham Abbey.
A motorcyclist has sustained a leg injury after a road traffic collision involving a lorry on Swanton Road in Dereham.
The proposal to sell a car park in Fakenham has sparked a row between the district council and the town council, with each side making their case for or against the sale.
Breckland councillors have voted to accept new funding that will help improve the support offered to those at risk of homelessness.
When a large number of fishermen operating from the North Norfolk coast voted for Brexit, they believed it could mean significant improvements to their industry.
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