Stuart Anderson

Jessica Suter is organising the science day. Picture: Sonya Duncan

The families of people interred at North Walsham’s cemetery have been promised a full investigation into why personal items were removed from their graves without notice.

Staff and residents of a care home in North Walsham are preparing to host a Christmas fair to mark the start of the festive season.

He has spent a good part of the past 40 years serving his community and helping good causes around the world through Rotary.

He spent months observing a family of foxes, taking thousands of photographs.

The theft of crates of beer, shoplifting, a sexual offence and children committing criminal damage.

An author’s debut novel published by Cromer-based company Salt has been shortlisted in the prestigious Costa Book Awards.

Remembering Mary Northway

New play equipment in a Norfolk town has been given the thumbs up from families who live in the area.

A heartwarming tale of the escapades of a cat after being abandoned by its owners is at the heart of a new book by a Great Yarmouth 75-year-old.

Take a cast of singers and dancers in sparking costumes, add magic, comedy and throw in a dose of audience participation.

A new calendar, believed to be the first featuring North Walsham and surrounds in full colour, has gone on sale.

An elderly man has been airlifted to hospital with serious head injuries following a collision in Cromer town centre.

A fundraising project to support an Admiral nurse in the region has been given a £1,000 boost by the Rotary Club of Holt and District.

An overhaul of committees and working groups has been agreed North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) in the wake of eight defections from the ruling Conservatives.

The shifting balance of power at North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) is up for review at a full council meeting.

Four Norfolk charities have had the chance to pitch projects in a ‘Dragon’s Den’-style setting.

It has been 40 years since music history’s best-loved punk rockers played their penultimate gig at The Links in Cromer.

They usually tap their feet on a hardwood floor for pure pleasure, but now a group a dancers are rehearsing a new routine for two much grander reasons.

It is a simple idea aimed at cutting a growing problem - food waste.

Residents in North Walsham have been left angry and upset after their town council removed personal items placed at graves, without notice.

An electrical recycling event is being planned in an attempt to reduce the amount of unwanted items going to landfill.

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