A South Norfolk town is set to receive almost one million pounds in funding to help address long running traffic problems which have brought misery for motorists.
Residents of a South Norfolk Village are being invited to attend the launch of a Community Heritage Project.
A care home is preparing to take part in the world’s biggest garden wildlife survey, the RPSB Big Garden Birdwatch.
It is one of the most historic buildings in Diss and the centrepiece of the town’s Heritage Triangle regeneration project.
A car park over looking the picturesque Diss Mere could be set to be transformed if a planning application is successful.
Residents worried about the future of their village are rallying around to limit a bid for a 100-home development, which they claim is of unprecedented scale for a village of its size.
An unusual music festival which brought a slice of European culture to Norfolk and proved to be a huge success, is set to return for a second time this spring.
Road safety concerns have led a parish council to vote against a controversial bid to build more than 70 new homes in the area.
A slimmer who lost over five stone in a matter of weeks has gained a new lease of life - and been crowned Mr Sleek 2017 by his fellow weight loss group members.
Inconsiderate motorists are continuing to cause problems in a newly-revamped town centre by parking illegally and causing obstructions.
A van with its front bumper held together by tape was deemed unfit to be on the road when pulled over by police.
Police are appealing for help to reunite a lost mobile phone with its owner.
The mum who took the ‘perfect’ picture of Royal Family members which has graced the covers of newspapers and magazines around the world has said the whole experience has been quite bizarre.
The future of a public toilet block hangs in the balance as a structural report reveals the building is unsound and beyond repair.
Roads in a cluster of rural villages could be made more dangerous if more than 100 new homes are built in the area, residents have warned.
A decision over whether to raise a town’s share of its council tax has been postponed - in a bid to try and keep the rise as low as possible.
A driver had a lucky escape yesterday after getting into difficulty in Shotesham Ford.
He has been the “solid rock” of the community for many years who has overseen a number of important changes, including helping to bring back his town’s Christmas lights.
A mental health trust has conceded that it made errors in the care of a man who found dead in his home on Christmas Eve.
A Norfolk man who was found dead on Christmas Eve had been visited by under-pressure mental health professionals earlier that day, an inquest has heard.
A family run swim school has found a novel solution to the dwindling number of pools available for swimming lessons - they’ve built their own.
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