For more than 55 years, her dedication and passion have helped raise thousands of pounds for animal charities.
A history fair in north Norfolk is set to explore the past of a number of local communities.
Two members of the RAF who lost their lives in a wartime tragedy have been remembered in a ceremony which took place shortly after the anniversary of the disaster.
Norfolk-based Liverpool fan Paul Williams was 18 when he travelled to Hillsborough 30 years ago today. On Sunday, he made his first visit back in three decades.
Daryl Long of Norfolk Record Offices reveals the vast former estate of Bullard's Brewery and how pubs from its heyday were named and used.
The centenary of the founding of a Woman's Institute in north Norfolk has been commemorated with a special tree planting.
Mandy Proctor, chief executive of domestic abuse charity Leeway, shares her thoughts on the recent media attention on domestic abuse.
Tributes have been paid to a former village pub landlord and soldier, who served in Northern Ireland during 'the troubles'.
Just a year ago we were all bracing ourselves for the Beast from the East.
An annual craft fair in a Norfolk village which started 42 years ago has been saved from closure after new organisers stepped in.
An 83-year-old drink-driver caused a head-on crash in Fakenham which left a motorcyclist with serious injuries, a court heard.
A prison officer with more than 30 years' service has been fined and banned from driving after being caught at twice the legal alcohol limit.
A group of care homes in Norfolk is offering free Christmas lunches to elderly people who are alone.
Dereham's finest further cement their reputation as one of the best acts around, says ADAM AIKEN.
From a Mayhem Monster Manor during the day to the spine-tingling horror mazes at night, there is plenty to keep all the family busy at Roarr! Dinosaur Park this half-term.
As a member of the newly-formed CANT (Campaign Against the New Town), I wish to widen the argument from the geographical and political perspectives.
Dereham rock band Bad Touch talk about their forthcoming album, tour and career ahead of their show at The Waterfront in Norwich on November 9.
The record-breaking heatwave is today being blamed for ushering in an invasion of wasps.
The Swaffham Rotary Visual Arts Festival begins on September 28 with a series of events to raise money for local, national and international charities.
Crystals, The Five Senses and The Dangers to Marine Life were just some of the projects on show at Neatherd High School's science fair.
Honking horns, jubilant cheers and chants of "football's coming home" echoed throughout the county and beyond as England celebrated its latest victory in the World Cup.
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