Work to improve drainage and prevent flooding near a pedestrian crossing will see a road closure and diversion in the centre of Diss.
Plans have been submitted to build a farm shop incorporating a cafe and butchery at a farm in Great Ellingham.
A Norfolk village plans to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War by adding the names of two men to its war memorial.
Works to connect water mains to a new housing development will force the closure of a Diss road for four days.
Homes and businesses in rural parts of Norfolk are still suffering from a lack of 4G mobile phone coverage, according to latest figures from Ofcom.
A Norfolk slimmer has seen her life-changing 4 stone 5lb weight loss lead to her representing her local club in a nationwide competition.
Straddling the Norfolk and Suffolk border, The Brecks is one of the most unusual lowland landscapes in the UK and one of its most important areas for wildlife.
Police are appealing for help to trace the driver of a car which failed to stop at the scene of a collision in Brandon.
Norfolk toy shop owner Roy Minshull has seen fashions change and crazes come and go but as he prepares to call it a day he can shed light on what have been our childhood favourites.
Police have been forced to close the B1118 in South Norfolk after a trailer of straw caught fire before spreading to a stubble field.
Police were forced to close part of the carriageway at a roundabout on the busy A140 after a lorry overturned.
Two digital trails that enable people to discover more about Wymondham’s past have been downloaded by more than a thousand people in two months.
Large numbers of residents in a South Norfolk village are expect to attend a meeting tonight to oppose controversial plans that would see caravans sited on a meadow.
A Norfolk church has teamed up with a Pink Floyd tribute band for two fundraising concerts.
We take a look at how retail habits have changed over the last 20 years as people turn more to shopping online.
They might usually be seen as the butterfly’s ugly sister, but there’s a lot more to the humble moth than meets the eye as displayed in this amazing photograph captured by a Norfolk amateur photographer.
A Norfolk foodbank has asked people to check what donations are most needed after new research revealed a spike in demand for emergency food supplies to be handed to children during the holidays.
A village open garden event has had to be cancelled as the organisers cope with the aftermath of a devastating fire that ripped through their Grade II listed thatched cottage.
A toy shop in a Norfolk town where generations of children have spent their pocket money is set to close becoming the latest casualty on the high street.
Fire crews were called to tackle fires that engulfed two combine harvesters and fields as work resumes on the harvest following the return of hot weather.
Plans for 15 new homes on the site of old agricultural buildings in North Lopham have been approved despite some local objections.
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