It started out with the rescue of one small Venus flytrap.
The widow of a renowned model maker has donated a special collection to a museum as part of an exhibition that focuses on a historic Dereham business.
Norfolk police have urged people in the county to remain “calm but alert” after the official terror threat level in the UK was raised to critical.
It is an issue which is dominating the election agenda, taking a close second place only to Brexit in polls on the most important issue to voters.
The UK’s terror threat level has been raised from severe to critical, the highest level, the prime minister has announced, after a suicide bombing in Manchester which killed 22 people.
A tenfold increase in home deliveries has prompted a Norfolk haulier to instil a stronger customer service ethos in its drivers.
The region’s ambulance trust has launched a women’s special interest group in a unique style, with two of its female staff pulling off a feat of strength and determination in an ambulance pull challenge.
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Over 2,500 cyclists are set to descend on Holkham Hall over the Bank Holiday weekend as the estate once again hosts the cycling festival Pedal Norfolk.
Even by underdog standards, Fakenham Town have had it tough on their way to this season’s Norfolk Senior Cup final – which should ensure no one takes them lightly on Monday night.
Beetley’s tough start to life in the Norfolk Cricket League Division Two West continued with a sterling effort, albeit in vain, against league leaders Narborough.
Central and South Norfolk League champions Tacolneston received the Division One Championship Cup after their 3-1 home victory over Shipdham.
Seven Dereham juniors made the trip to Peterborough to compete in the EYAL in a combined team.
Proceeds from an art exhibition will be turned into books for a school library.
An ambitious £90,000 choral and creative writing project, inspired by one of Norfolk’s best loved museums, comes to fruition next month giving a voice to people from the workhouse past.
A tribute to one of jazz music’s most endearing singers, Ella Fitzgerald, comes to Dereham on Friday.
As summer approaches, we’ve put together a list of reasons to visit this year’s Royal Norfolk Show, being held on June 28 and 29 at the Norfolk Showground.
Youngsters can try everything from roller skating to trampolining at Kids’ Camp events this summer half term.
The Norfolk and Norwich Festival is bringing 17 days of music, circus, theatre, art, literature and more to the city and county.
Manchester was home to Norwich Theatre Royal chief executive Stephen Crocker for more than 11 years before he moved to Norwich late last year.
Tributes have been paid to James Bond star Sir Roger Moore who has died aged 89 after a short battle with cancer.
Robbie Northman is perhaps the most brilliant of our region’s young anglers, certainly in my book.
Lastmanlastround should pay for the drinks with a win in the Follow Us On Facebook At Yarmouth Racecourse Handicap on the east coast.
King’s Lynn Stars boss Dale Allitt has challenged his side to make the most of their upcoming run of home fixtures – starting tonight when they host Rye House (7.30pm).
The Ian Culverhouse era is up and running and the King’s Lynn Town boss is already relishing the prospect of next season.
Pupils at Langley School are celebrating two successes on the football pitch, including a national triumph.
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