The founder of a charity that improves the lives of some of the poorest communities in West Africa is calling for support after being diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer.
An unusual phenomenon occured across the county on Monday, October 16.
Tourist attractions and beaches across Norfolk and Suffolk had a bumper bank holiday weekend thanks to clear sunny skies.
After nearly a year of collecting and transporting unused football strips from Dereham have made it into the hands of passionate young footballers in one of Africa’s poorest nations.
Horrified and in tears, game reserve manager Lynne MacTavish sits by white rhinoceros Winnie who was senselessly slaughtered for her horns in South Africa.
These remarkable images from the edge of space were captured by Norfolk school students.
A student fulfilled his dream of volunteering to help children in South America thanks to a grant from a Diss-based charity.
Three kickboxers from mid-Norfolk have been awarded a special council grant to help them on their way to America to represent their country in martial arts.
Specsavers staff across the region have raised thousands of pounds from selling comedy waving hands specs and a whole host of fundraising activities.
Thousands of people across East Anglia have donned a red nose today to raise money for Comic Relief.
It is 65 years since the front page of the ‘late final’ edition of the Ipswich Evening Star proclaimed THE KING IS DEAD as flags were lowered to half-mast and theatres shut for the day.
Two friends joined former Dereham Times editor Chris Hill and 10 other charity trekkers on a bid to conquer Africa’s highest mountain.
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