David Bale

Fly-tipping waste including a kitchen cabinet was among the rubbish picked up during a beach clean in Gorleston.

The annual Poppy Appeal starts next Saturday and volunteers will again be on the streets of Cromer over the next fortnight selling poppies to members of the public.

Several longstanding RNLI crew members retired this year, including eighth-generation lifeboatman John Davies.

Winners were announced at a bowls club’s annual presentation night.

Community bosses hope to build on the success of a fun-run held on the carnival field in Cromer today.

A family is continuing to fundraise to help pay for a boy to have specialist Proton therapy treatment overseas.

An iconic collection of Jack Richards lorries sold for a total of £147,658 at auction.

Beautiful weather and wonderful support have blessed the inaugural Trimingham ‘Trosh’ in north Norfolk.

A viewing platform to admire the stunning views will form part of a new children’s play and leisure area at an under-used park.

Being a north Norfolk lad and living close to where the great Nelson was born, it’s perhaps not surprising that teenager Ash Faire Ring is passionate about sailing and boats.

A businesswoman is opening a restaurant at her successful Fakenham tea room, which opened three years ago.

Empty homes are a major frustration for many communities at a time of a national housing shortage.

A milestone will be reached when the first ‘Trosh’ is held in a north Norfolk village’s new hall.

Historic coping stones that are part of a scheduled monument and date back to the 19th century were stolen from the Walsingham Estate.

A Norfolk hotel has been chosen as one of the ten new discoveries in the Good Hotel Guide 2019.

Budding young fire-fighters will be able to meet Cromer station crew members and look around a fire engine at a community fun-run.

A Norfolk bakery has won a top award for its sourdough.

A Cromer district councillor is going on the road with his radio show, and will be playing an evening of Beatles’ music at the White Swan pub in North Walsham.

A popular coastal bus route is among a host of rural services under threat because there are too many people using it with a free bus pass, the firm’s boss claims.

A man appeared in court charged with burgling offences in Cromer.

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