He is a man who really does walk with dinosaurs. CAROLINE CULOT spoke to Adam Goymour, the 31-year-old company director at Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure.
A group behind a new men’s shed in Fakenham is looking for suitable premises.
Thousands of youngsters around the country, including in Norfolk, are expected to go on strike from school today as part of a global youth action over climate change.
A charity fundraising group in Swaffham have raised £1,000 with their “most successful quiz for many years”.
A 98-year-old who penned a novel when women were beginning to express themselves with more freedom and independence than ever before has died.
A popular and treasured verger at a Norfolk church has retired after eight years of faithful service.
After a week of inspiring performances and incredible stories from the Invictus Games, one woman from Norfolk is heading home after scooping a string of medals.
A Norfolk brewery which closed its city site more than 50 years ago has unveiled plans for a new Norfolk base - on land still owned by its founding family.
When Naomi Adie was medically discharged from the Royal Air Force (RAF) she had no idea what direction her life would take.
Financial columnist Peter Sharkey says a building disaster in Bulgaria and HS2 are good metaphors for avoiding bad financial plans
Wetherspoon is to stop selling Jagerbombs after the company announced it will no longer be stocking the German herbal liqueur used to make the popular drink.
Homebase has confirmed the 42 stores it wants to close as part of a restructure that puts 1,500 jobs at risk - and it includes the Ipswich branch.
The region’s ambulance trust has floated the idea of asking volunteers to drive ambulances to help cope with winter pressures, it can be revealed.
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.
Chris Baker says he is ‘over the moon’ to be crowned British men’s high jump champion.
A man with Parkinson’s disease is hoping to help those with limited mobility thanks to the help of his new invention.
In their twentieth year the Creakes Drama Group has broken with tradition.
Football and cricket were his two great sporting passions and songs representing both were played at a service of celebration for the life of John Cushion.
Visitors to this year’s Saracen Horse Feeds Houghton International can look forward to an unusual blend of world class sport - set against a backdrop of modern art.
A group of pupils were given the chance to rocket into space and take a trip down under from the comfort of their own classroom.
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