As COVID-19 continues to spread across Norfolk, Waveney and the rest of the UK, people are being asked to play their part.
Volunteers disinfected cash machines and handrails across their town after swathes of visitors flocked to the Norfolk coast.
The National Crime Agency (NCA) has warned of organised groups exploiting the coronavirus outbreak, days after scammers targeted vulnerable people in Norfolk and Suffolk.
A discount store is opening early to give elderly and vulnerable customers time to shop in a calm environment.
More than £1m has been set aside for a range of projects designed to help some of Norfolk’s most vulnerable people.
A council leader has defended the decision to book a luxury retreat for cabinet members as the authority decided its spending for the year.
As the Sign of our Times campaign focuses on Dereham’s pub trade, one landlord says there are reasons to be cheerful.
A driver escaped in their car after crashing into a garden fence in the early hours.
Influential works by celebrated British sculptor Anish Kapoor are set to go on show at one of Norfolk’s majestic stately homes.
A fallen tree has destroyed church gates installed in memory of a woman who lost her battle with breast cancer.
Hundreds of homes and businesses in mid Norfolk still have no electricity after Storm Ciara battered the county.
A lifeboat crew was on hand to rescue four women who had been cut off by the tide on the north Norfolk coast.
A religious landmark which attracts thousands of pilgrims every year has begun a unique partnership with a neighbouring brewery.
As the Sign of our Times series continues, one business owner says Dereham’s traditional town centre is shifting.
Two men have been charged following a knifepoint robbery during which four victims had their phones and wallets stolen.
When motorcycle enthusiast Keith Parry bought a battered, unwanted American police bike from a friend for just £750, little did he know he had acquired the last of its kind.
An air ambulance was called to a mid Norfolk village following ‘concerns for a person’s safety’.
A primary school has closed after its heating system failed.
A floating bar and restaurant which has attracted thousands of people to the north Norfolk coast is up for sale.
The planned conversion of a town’s old water tower into an unusual home could soon take another step forward.
A blind golfer’s recent form has earned him a place at the sport’s world championships.
Norfolk’s three bishops have united to apologise for a statement which said sex is only for married heterosexual couples.
These breathtaking photos offer a bird’s eye view of Norfolk towns in all their glory.
Firefighters were pressed into action following a pair of crashes in the early hours of the morning.
An academy that was told it must improve has now been rated as ‘good’ by the education watchdog.
A dentist described as the “perfect gentleman” died following a fall at his home.
A Norfolk pub is set to celebrate the best of British as the country departs the European Union.
As businesses face a raft of challenges and changes, THOMAS CHAPMAN reports on what the future holds for Dereham’s retail community.
A lorry driver admitted losing concentration “for a millisecond” before the fatal crash that killed his passenger on the A47.
Dereham and the surrounding area provides hungry customers with a vast array of choices when it comes to finding a place to eat.