A slimming expert who lost two and a half stone and set up her own weight loss group says there is no need to go hungry to lose weight.
A weekend of fundraising is ahead for a community which hopes to support a seven-year-old boy diagnosed with an extremely rare form of cancer.
Hundreds of thousands of pounds have been secured to help improve traffic flow along the A140 just days after authorities agreed to press forward with the project.
This half term the Norwich Gaming Festival returns to the city so to celebrate we have compiled a list of ten of the best games of all time.
Police have launched a number of appeals after several jewellery burglaries have taken place across Norfolk in recent weeks.
A junior school is looking forward to a new future as it launches as an academy next month.
Roadworks costing £4,500 are set to begin next week to repair drainage systems in a south Norfolk village leading to five days of disruption.
A hard-working 10-year-old pupil won new sports equipment for her school after she persuaded the company behind major roadworks in her village to say sorry for the disruption caused.
Pulham Market Primary School are celebrating the arrival of an all-weather outdoor table tennis table thanks to the help district councillor Clayton Hudson.
The town was filled with music at the weekend as the second annual Diss Organ Festival rolled into town.
“I’m still on cloud nine,” said a Norfolk famer who received an exclusive invite to the royal wedding on Saturday.
Royal wedding fever is not just for us humans as a dog care service has launched a competition to coincide with the national event.
Retailers are being warned to be extra vigilant after a spate of reports were made to police regarding fake £20 notes.
A Norfolk MP has slammed the US president for his decision to back out of the Iran nuclear deal.
Consumers are being warned to stay vigilant when after a card cloning device was spotted on a cash machine in south Norfolk.
A man was found dead in his home on Monday evening, mere hours after police had visited his property.
This month is skin cancer awareness month and a cancer charity is sending its mobile advice centre around south Norfolk.
The annual Diss Heritage Transport Fayre is returning to the town for the fourth consecutive year.
A rotary club has donated hundreds of pounds to help a homelessness charity get people back on their feet in supported accommodation.
The Diss, Thetford and District Citizens Advice Bureau is appealing for new volunteers and trustees to join its ranks.
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