October 21 2014 Latest news:
Martin Hayward Smith has worked all over the world from the steamy jungles of the Amazon to hot sun of the desert, but his latest book follows his journey through the fields of North Norfolk.
A dedicated band of enthusiasts is restoring a beautiful boat built by a remarkable Norfolk family. CHARLOTTE PATON tells the story of the Baden Powell - and it’s Worfolk builders.
Whether it is sailing on the Broads or taking a stroll through the grounds of a country estate, Norfolk has plenty to offer visitors.
Rain, rain — go away. With today’s heavy showers it pays to be prepared for your summer fun not to be spoilt. Thankfully there is still plenty to do with wellies and an umbrella. SIMON PARKIN picks 25 places to head to stay dry.
Mental health chiefs insist they have enough beds in Waveney and Great Yarmouth, despite figures showing two hospitals were more than 90pc full before a decision was made to close inpatient beds.
Norwich Arts Centre is celebrating after scooping a national award.
Family-run car, motorhome and caravan business Simpsons is investing and building for the future with a £250,000 revamp of its Great Yarmouth site.
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Here are today’s events for the Norfolk and Norwich Festival
Majestic Dunston Hall opened its doors to the EDP Wedding Show yesterday. Here we showcase the highlights from a spectacular day,
Five historic Norfolk churches will be preserved for future generations, after securing more than £750,000 for much-needed repairs.
When it’s breezy outside, come in and warm yourself in this distinctive new home boasting arresting views of Cley’s celebrated marshes - for sale for £1.35 million with Sowerbys.
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Whether you are living to work, or working to live, thousands more people in our region are still toiling well beyond the state pension age.