Hundreds of social action projects and community activities across Norfolk can now be easily accessed online thanks to the launch of a new digital map.
A steam engine of a type that was once a regular sight throughout East Anglia is to return to Norfolk next month when it hauls a passenger excursion from London Liverpool Street.
Norfolk County Council is in line for some big changes before you next go to the polls to choose your representative at County Hall.
Another high street retailer has warned over worse-than-expected losses with profits tanking this month.
He is a Hollywood silent movie star whose living statue tours the streets of Norfolk.
A mother-of-two has described the “life-changing moment” when a lorry, which was blown over by high winds on a busy commuter road, almost crushed her.
Profits at pub chain JD Wetherspoon have tumbled by almost 20% as a result of rising labour costs.
Drivers who run over a cat could soon be told they must report it to the police, as a new law is to be debated on Friday.
As the size of Norfolk grows, so too must the number of school places for its children. Bethany Whymark reports on a council vision for the future of schools.
A yellow weather warning for wind remains in place across Norfolk and Suffolk as storm Gareth batters the region.
Plans to open a new Catholic primary school – the first in Norfolk for decades – have received the backing of 90% of those people who took part in a public consultation.
Mud, bitterly cold wind and driving rain failed to deter more than 500 runners, who turned out to take part in an annual cross country event held in aid of Norfolk-based charity Break on Sunday.
Public opinion will not be the sole influencing factor for the county council when deciding how to connect the Norwich Northern Distributor Road (NDR) with the A47.
Parents were left in tears of joy as children from Mattishall Primary School danced on stage to more than 600 people.
A parliamentary debate on offshore windfarms - which was cancelled so a Norfolk MP could attend a public meeting on the issue - has been rescheduled.
Youngsters from across the region strapped on their sports shoes to take part in a cross country event at one of Norfolk’s best-known beauty spots.
Works from a proposed multi-billion pound wind farm were judged to have only a minor impact on marine wildlife in the first session of three days of hearings into the project.
A familiar face to bus passengers around the county has been honoured with a special award for keeping Norfolk moving for nearly 50 years.
Norfolk and Waveney’s NHS has been snubbed in every single bid for big ticket money - bar one - made to the government over the last two years, with £417m of funding it asked for denied.
Planning hearings are set to be held into a project to build one of the world’s largest offshore wind farms - which could see the firm behind the scheme purchase a 50km corridor of countryside.
Don’t miss British Pie Week (until March 10, 2019).
The east of England will get the smallest share of a £1.6bn government fund to boost run-down towns after Brexit.
A Norwich scheme aimed at matching up music fans with learning difficulties with like-minded volunteers has been highlighted on a BBC TV show, with a Dereham woman and her ‘Gig Buddy’ featured as one of the first to be paired up.
Seventeen care homes look likely to be sold by Norfolk County Council - for just £1 each.
Only one district council in the county has decided not to increase its share of council tax for the upcoming year, as taxpayers in the rest of Norfolk will see increases of up to £8.
Support for people suffering mental ill health will be “beefed up” in the period following Brexit over fears of how it could impact them.
An inquest into the death of cricketer Bradley Raper has been adjourned as hospital and ambulance service reports are still needed.
Virtual sexual health clinics, webchats, and ordering contraception online - those are just three ways it is hoped sexual health services in Norfolk will be overhauled as part of a new review.
Over the last 50 years Britain has seen a major growth in the number of heritage railways – attracting millions of visits from people of all backgrounds.
Just 12 months ago, our region was in the thick of a cold snap, days before the arrival of heavy snow and the Beast from the East.
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