A man burgled a commercial building after mistakenly thinking cannabis was being grown on the premises, a court heard.
New record rates of coronavirus have been set in two areas of the county, while Norwich numbers are falling, figures have revealed.
Public health officials are today expected to reveal the latest number of workers who have tested positive at a meat factory in Norfolk.
The town at the centre of Norfolk’s biggest coronavirus outbreak now has the ninth-highest infection rate in England.
A business born when three people were made redundant is now celebrating its 30th anniversary.
The MP for Mid Norfolk has demanded a fast decision on the potential closure of a factory at the centre of Norfolk’s largest single Covid-19 outbreak.
Market traders and shopkeepers are going to deck their stalls and shop windows with stars, stripes and spooky decorations ahead of Halloween.
Cyber scammers targeted a district council with a hoax email con in which they pretended to be the authority’s leader.
A headteacher has voiced her frustration after vandals damaged building materials intended for the renovation of outdoor space, halting the project.
A man arrested in connection with a crash at Swannington in which a popular Hellesdon cyclist and athlete was killed has been released under investigation.
For the three university students fined £10,000 each after throwing a party in Norwich, the harsh financial lesson of falling foul of coronavirus guidelines may be the most memorable of their time studying.
Six people have been prosecuted for misuse of blue badges meant for disabled people in Norfolk, while dozens more drivers have been sent warning letters.
A surge in coronavirus cases linked to an outbreak at a Norfolk food factory is a “timely reminder” the virus is still with us says council leaders, following the latest figures.
More than 70 schools and colleges in Norfolk currently have confirmed coronavirus cases - and 1,500 pupils and staff have had to self-isolate since term started, it has been revealed.
Mindless vandals caused about £1500 worth of damage to equipment bought for a school to keep children safe in their bubbles.
A campaign to keep people safe on the roads is urging youngsters to get involved with its latest design competition - and has extended its deadline.
The scale of sex offences recorded on school grounds in Norfolk over the past five years has been revealed.
Almost 50 schools across Norfolk have reported a pupil or a member of staff testing positive for coronavirus, latest figures show.
Need help feeding your child over half term? Here’s where you can get free meals for school children.
Almost 35,000 Norfolk workers were still on furlough after lockdown eased and the tourism sector battled to make up for lost ground, new figures reveal.
A family-run car rental business in the heart of Norfolk is celebrating its 20th year in business.
We’re asking you to get out and spend, spend, spend to support local shops this Christmas and beyond - and they can’t wait to welcome you.
Health officials are battling to contain a Covid-19 outbreak at Bernard Matthews’ Norfolk headquarters, after 75 workers tested positive for the virus.