A major upgrade has been carried out at a crematorium in north Norfolk as restrictions on the number of people attending funeral services look set to continue.
The manager of a nursing home in Swaffham has been surprised with a celebratory afternoon to mark her 15 years’ of service at the home.
The director of north Norfolk’s landmark arts and cultural centre has assured audiences that new coronavirus restrictions and the arts can work well together.
A council has secured £380,000 worth of funding to protect and support a historic high street and market place.
A number of Konectbus services have been delayed or diverted due to heavy rain and flooding.
A popular dog grooming salon has moved into a bigger premises after a boost in sales.
One of Norfolk’s smallest libraries is reopening for the first time since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
Campaigners for a community pub in mid Norfolk are celebrating after receiving a £100,000 boost to their fundraising efforts.
A Victorian former school and school house could be turned into three homes.
Norfolk and Suffolk are set to be hit by winds of up to 70mph on Friday.
The combination of staying at home and some glorious weather has meant one thing for many people - days spent in the garden.
People living near a chicken farm say they have to wear face masks in their gardens due to its “unbearable odour”.
Residents at a Norfolk care home have welcomed toy pet dogs as their new companions.
Homes and businesses flooded during storms Ciara and Dennis will have nine more months to collect a £5,000 grant.
Santa’s sleigh is still set to visit towns and villages in mid Norfolk this year - but only if something other than a reindeer can be found to pull it.
“Mindless” vandals who drove across a cricket pitch causing extensive damage for the second time in 13 months have left the ground’s owners feeling “angry and hopeless”.
A former post office building which has been standing in a village for more than 50 years will not be turned into homes.
One of the world’s biggest oil and gas companies has built two electric vehicle charging points in a Norfolk petrol station without seeking permission.
A woman was hit in the head by her car’s wing mirror in a hit-and-run crash with a motorcycle.
A service that helped hundreds of vulnerable people in Dereham and Toftwood through the pandemic has said it will be ready to help if there is a second lockdown.
Owners of an antique shop in a historic village has spoken of a “challenging” first year of trading due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A support centre for cancer patients and their families is opening for the first time in six months.
A fisherman whose boat engine failed while at sea was rescued by a lifeboat crew.
New jobs could be created with plans for a new hand car wash on part of a Norfolk superstore car park.
Scouts are trying to raise £10,000 to repair and upgrade their headquarters after they were badly flooded.
A mother-of-one has pleaded with drivers to stop mounting the pavement outside her home, leaving vehicles “inches” away from her window.
When Ashleigh Thomas discovered her wheelie bin was missing, her first thought was that it had been stolen.
Norfolk pubs are preparing for a busy weekend, with sunshine forecast and new coronavirus rules coming in on Monday.
A mid Norfolk town’s Argos store has reopened for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic.
Repairs to one of Dereham’s oldest buildings to resolve recurring damp problems are being put on hold for the winter.