There are events big and small to enjoy this weekend. Here are our top 10 suggestions.
A farmer has thanked “the spirit of Norfolk” for the swift return of his calf which went missing over the weekend.
Looking for something to do this weekend? Here are 10 things to keep you entertained in mid and north Norfolk.
Three fire crews were called out to deal with a flat on fire in Sprowston.
Drive around Norwich and you will see signs of varying colours in gardens and windows.
A mother from Watton appeared on ITV’s This Morning to talk about how she secretly gave her son cannabis to save his life.
We may have lost an hour in bed this morning - but the region has been treated to glorious blue skies and sunshine for start of British Summer Time.
Dereham feels as if it “has a gun at its head” with regard to approving large scale housing applications, a Breckland Council meeting heard.
A programme of creative activities designed to give older people and those with dementia opportunities to get active and socialise is set to expand again after receiving grant funding from a district council.
Almost £25,000 is being made available to further enhance Breckland’s five market towns and attract more visitors and businesses.
Residents and businesses are being invited to have their say on Breckland Council’s draft budget for 2017/18.
Breckland Council is calling on people to ‘Recycle Right’ this Christmas to ensure as much recycling as possible is collected from across the district and waste diverted to landfill is minimised.
An entrepreneur who gave a makeover to a 300-year-old pub is now providing makeovers for her customers inside it.
Thousands of people packed town centres across the county today for the traditional Christmas lights switch-on events.
Choosing a name for anything – from a new baby to a new car – can prove a challenge.
Rewards for young people who show good behaviour are at the centre of a new pilot scheme being launched by police today.
The deadline is approaching for Breckland residents to have their say on growth and development in their district over the next 20 years.
A landmark shop which has been a feature of its town for 60 years is being given a new lease of life after being bought by a former friendly rival.
Residents in Breckland are being encouraged to give their views on where future development should take place in their district.
A key document which will shape the future development of Breckland will now go out to public consultation after lengthy debate by councillors.
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