Wildlife experts have expressed outrage after around 2,000 unusual orchids were mown over.
A glittering array of guests were transported back to the jazz age for a glamorous evening of food, music and fun in aid of Norfolk cancer charity Big C.
A person was assisted out of their car by fire fighters from Wells and Sheringham after a car crash.
Passengers who were left stranded in Bulgaria after their flight from Cyprus made an emergency landing have arrived back in Norwich.
Approximately six weeks of works costing almost £40,000 will be carried out in a town lane this summer.
Around 200 passengers who were stranded in Bulgaria when their flight made an emergency landing are on their way to Norwich.
A creative writing masterclass and readings from the memoir of an author brought up in a cult are a couple of events on offer at a free of charge literature festival.
Heritage organisations are concerned for the condition of a privately owned church almost invisible to passers-by.
A primary school in South Norfolk requires improvement, according to the education watchdog.
The first auction to be held in an arts centre raised more than £750 at the weekend.
A new canine business hub is celebrating its launch with an Open Day featuring fun activities for dogs and their humans and some paw-some celebrity guests who are ready to “save the day”.
Thousands of pounds are hoped to be raised for dementia nurses through dismantling a sculpture made of wire and crocheted forget-me-not flowers.
A talking newspaper for the visually impaired is searching for volunteers to try their hand at journalism.
Four offence notices for fishing illegally on the opening day of a fishing season have been issued.
Part of a major city road has been blocked off by police after a crash involving a minibus and a car.
Norwich has a new story to tell today – thanks to the launch of the National Centre for Writing.
Two men have been arrested for assaulting an elderly man.
Fire fighters had to use breathing apparatus and hose reel jets to put out a fire in a city flat today.
Norfolk has been hailed a “forces-friendly” county as top military figures gathered in Norwich to look at how our serving personnel and their families are supported.
A man who ran away from officers was found hiding behind a hedge in his dressing gown.
Work costing more than £30,000 will cause disruption to roads for a week at the end of June.
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