A Norfolk auction house has announced a programme of investment at its four acre saleroom site to enable further expansion after the most successful year in its history.
It was a spiritual journey designed to lighten the lives of five thoroughly modern misses which ended up being habit forming.
Richard Melia, the man who gatecrashed Sizing John’s Cheltenham Gold Cup celebrations, is set to be banned from all tracks owned by Arena Racing Company after appearing in the winner’s enclosure at Yarmouth on Thursday.
A man in his 60s was injured during an attempted robbery in Dereham.
Police in Dereham found thousands of pounds worth of heroin in a Kinder Egg.
A soldier who died 100 years ago will be fondly remembered in the village where he was born this month.
North Norfolk’s world class produce has been celebrated at a festival which attracted more than 10,000 people.
Bright sunshine, the crabbing world championships and a defiant community spirit helped to ensure last weekend’s troubles in Cromer are now a distant memory for many in the town.
Thousands of people in mid Norfolk have been taking a step back in time – to the 1940s.
A penny farthing on the Fakenham town sign commemorates inventor John Garrood, whose work 150 years ago continues to have a positive impact on cycling.
It started as a modest garden party for around 30 people.
Heads of schools across mid and north Norfolk have been reacting to their students’ GCSE results.
A multi-million pound scheme to bring an historic Dereham landmark back into use and build more than 100 homes in the town is expected to progress to the next stage.
Critically-acclaimed science-fiction author Brian Aldiss OBE has died, aged 92.
A family fun day will be held at Dereham Windmill next month.
A chocolate maker killed a pensioner when she checked to see how far over the 30mph speed limit she was, a court heard.
Campaigners rejoiced when an historic mid Norfolk pub was saved from closure three years ago.
The nervous wait was over as students in Dereham, Fakenham and Reepham opened their A-level results and started to prepare for the next stages of their lives.
Since he lost his mother to ovarian cancer three years ago, Jonathan James has been determined to do her proud.
Fresh calls are being made for road improvements to help Fakenham cope with 950 new homes.
Wells lifeboat crew and volunteers invite everyone to a fun day on Sunday.
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