A derelict north Norfolk hotel and outbuildings could be demolished to make way for eight new homes on the site.
It has been a fixture on the A149 coast road in north Norfolk for decades, and thousands of people will have driven by its prominent, green frontage.
A woman was conned into letting a man into her backgarden to mend a broken fence panel, and later discovered her handbag had been stolen.
A Cromer shopkeeper is undertaking a gruelling challenge to raise money for the Prostate Cancer UK charity.
New beach boards are being rolled out across north Norfolk to encourage people to spend two or more minutes picking up marine litter and plastic pollution.
Two North Norfolk radio presenters are aiming to put the region on the map in the US by providing a new British music podcast/broadcast in New York.
This will put a smile on your face.
A Norfolk council has apologised to a wheelchair-bound man and paid him £1,700 after being rapped over a housing complaint.
A north Norfolk church will once again host an eclectic art exhibition and sale of work by three Norfolk artists.
Many children exploring a new beach on holiday dream of finding a clue to a new adventure.
A landlady was left with a total bill of £4,700 after a tenant was left to live in damp and mouldy conditions that were affecting their health.
A couple are spending about £250,000 on the refurbishment of a popular Norfolk convenience store and post office.
The north Norfolk community has, for a long time, been discussing the proposal to bring a multi-million pound Community Sports Hub to the district.
An exhibition of work by Norfolk artists reflecting life on the coast through painting, textiles and sculpture is proving a hit in Cromer.
The Norfolk Coast has been a nationally protected area for 50 years, and today sees the launch of a series of exciting events to mark the occasion.
A supermarket, funerals and insurance group has seen profits rise after investing in its convenience food estate – including £4m in Norfolk.
A Norfolk choir will perform with the number one selling operatic trio Tenors Unlimited, the ‘Rat Pack of Opera’, at Cromer Pier.
A Norfolk campaigner for Changing Places toilets will be sitting in a shop window on a toilet in London raising awareness of the need for the facilities.
Entertainer and author Keith Skipper will be the special guest at the opening of a charity shop in North Walsham.
As Neil Haverson prepares to bring out his memoirs, he’s had a bit of explaining to do to Mrs H...
The Easter bunny made a surprise appearance on the Lowestoft branch line to celebrate the holiday.
A Norfolk newsagent ran a half marathon after losing 7st in just 10 months.
A dementia support group has been offered a place to eat by a former mayor, after appealing for help to celebrate Norfolk Day at the seaside.
It’s a debate that elicits passionate opinions on both sides.
More than 300 people attended the funeral of former Cromer mayor Tony Nash, and his widow Michele (Shay) greeted everyone of them as they left the parish church.
People from across the country will descend on Cromer when the town hosts the annual Walkers are Welcome get-together - and there’s a chance to find out more about the plans at a public meeting.
Break’s moongazing Chrome GoGoHare attended a special tasting event at Hot Rocks steak and seafood restaurant in Cromer.
Despite his positive outlook, Olly Kimber has not always had the easiest life.
Police have released a CCTV image of a woman they want to speak to in connection with the theft of about 20 bottles of alcohol.
Entertainment on offer at Cromer Hospital’s annual summer fete will include games, stalls and a car boot.
There was excitement on the north Norfolk coast today after reports of a lost penguin on Trimingham beach.
Investigations are continuing into a robbery at a north Norfolk post office.
Drivers can now use their mobile devices to pay at North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) car parks, as well as cash and card payments.
The chairman of North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) Richard Shepherd led a short service followed by the raising of the flag to celebrate Commonwealth Day.
Resurfacing work has been completed at Cromer’s West Promenade as part of North Norfolk District Council’s (NNDC) £1.5m regeneration project.
The message from the new leader at the North Norfolk District Council is clear: “Grow up and get on with it, for the good of north Norfolk.”
Some of north Norfolk’s most vulnerable members of society have gathered in Cromer to put their questions to their MP.
A helicopter is being drafted in to airlift heavy materials up Beeston Bump in Sheringham next week.
Adults with learning disabilities in Cromer can put their questions on national and local budget cuts to MP Norman Lamb at a special event.
Army and rail dignitaries will join museum staff at the presentation of the third nameplate cast for the Royal Norfolk Regiment steam locomotive, which runs on the North Norfolk Railway (NNR).
Churches in the Poppyland area of north Norfolk will be putting on the kettle to raise money for the Traidcraft charity during Fairtrade Fortnight.
Sixty-four businesses have been learning how to improve their marketing presence at an event in north Norfolk .
Tributes have been paid to former Cromer town mayor Tony Nash, who died this morning.
An actress who entertained audiences across Norfolk with her singing and character roles had one final standing ovation - at her funeral.
The oldest member of a north Norfolk seated exercise class is proving you are never too old to keep fit.
Businesses in Cromer are getting ready for the new season with renewed confidence after last year’s successes.
Bosses at an historic hotel in a seaside village have promised to “bounce back” after being hit with a zero food hygiene rating.
Police are warning residents and retailers to be extra vigilant after reports of fake £20 notes being exchanged in North Norfolk and Broadland.
Anticipation was at fever pitch for the opening of the new Sue Ryder charity shop in Cromer today.
Dog owners are urged to take part in a series of free community walks with their pets in North Walsham and Cromer to help socialise their mutts and meet like-minded people.
A new contractors’ site compound will be set up south of the Bacton Gas Terminals while asset management and maintenance work is carried out over a two-year period.
Families can get together for a monthly treat at a new film club launched by Cromer Church in the seaside town.
Eight members of a north Norfolk-based amateur radio group have been teaching girl guides how to contact colleagues around the world as part of Thinking on The Air Day.
Serious flooding like the 2013 storm surge which devastated Norfolk’s coastline are set to become more frequent, scientists warn.
A public consultation for a huge wind farm has been dubbed “cosmetic” by a community group - but the energy firm behind it insists it went beyond what was required.
Comedian Jim Davidson has risked the wrath of people in Cromer after a Facebook rant following his performances at the town’s pier last weekend.
There’s been a mixed reaction on social media to comedian Jim Davidson’s Facebook rant following his performances at Cromer’s pier on Friday and Saturday evenings.
The family of a “larger than life” character who epitomised the cheer and charm of north Norfolk has welcomed seeing him front an international campaign.
Hundreds of hardy souls braved the icy cold waters of the North Sea for the Boxing Day charity dip at Cromer, and a cheque for £4,450 has been presented to the Stroke Association.
Cromer-based writer, broadcaster and entertainer Keith Skipper is returning to a familiar spot near home for a solo fundraising event.
The youngsters of North Walsham are well on their way to getting a refurbished play park to replace one in the town centre that has been there since 1998.
An intrepid brain injury survivor from north Norfolk has just completed the fourth leg of the Clipper 17/18 Round the World Yacht Race.
History does not record whose original idea it was - but 25 years ago a group of budding thespians decided there was enough talent in a north Norfolk village to support an annual pantomime.
Two north Norfolk men with more than 50 years’ experience of rambling between them have been given long service achievement awards.
Thirty people fund-raised for Cromer RNLI by taking part in a fitness event on the beach and pier organised by Unity, a new gym based in Northrepps.
Part of Cromer beach, plus a lordship going back to the Domesday Book, could be yours for £17,500.
Keith Skipper looks at a trio of local books which get to the heart of Norfolk.
It’s common knowledge that Norfolk offers all manner of diversity... except mountains. Don Black writes about discovering the fact late in life.
Another North Norfolk district councillor has quit the Conservative group, in the latest in a string of similar resignations.
Fossil hunters are being urged to leave “well alone” pieces of ordnance that have washed up on north Norfolk beaches.
Twenty much-needed affordable homes could be built as part of a £3.5m investment in Southrepps, near Cromer.
Police are investigating after a suspected arson attack in Cromer.
Michael Portillo helped a Norfolk brass band hit all the right notes for a performance on BBC Two.
Do you know an individual or organisation in Cromer that deserves some recognition?
An estimated 10,000 people lined the seafront in Cromer to celebrate the start of the new year with a spectacular fireworks display.
Commercial fishermen across the region are being urged to train to become safer on the sea, after almost 100 UK deaths in the last decade.
Hundreds of homes are without power in north Norfolk.
For good or for bad, he’s become synonymous with the city of Norwich - but it has been revealed that Alan Partridge almost hailed from Milton Keynes.
Amateur photographers are again being challenged to take a great picture and “capture the spirit” of the annual New Year’s Day fireworks display at Cromer Pier.
A Slimming World consultant from Norfolk was congratulated on helping people lose weight and change their lives by singer and TV presenter Peter Andre.
Norfolk County Council is to apply for up to £100m in funding to make “much needed” improvements to the county’s A-roads.
It may not have been ideal weather conditions, but the community of Mundesley turned out for the Boxing Day dip to raise money for the village’s inshore lifeboat.
Firefighters were called to a busy Cromer street after Christmas lights fell down.
Hundreds of hardy souls braved the icy cold waters of the North Sea for the Boxing Day dip at Cromer this morning.
All eyes will be on the skies above Cromer Pier for the traditional New Year’s Day firework display.
Festive fun for after Christmas in Norwich, Yarmouth, Cromer, Lowestoft, Hunstanton and Gorleston
Former soldier David Rowley will once again make his way to Cromer’s new cemetery over the festive period to leave poppies on the military graves and make sure those that died are remembered.
Mike Toms on why our dark skies give us pause for thought as well as wonder.
Capital funding for a £13.3m investment in sporting facilities in north Norfolk has been agreed by councillors.
The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has become quite a cult figure among the young and Granny Corbyn - in the shape of a north Norfolk schoolgirl - came to the rescue in Aldborough Primary School’s Christmas show.
Writer, broadcaster and entertainer Keith Skipper signed copies of his latest book and enjoyed a mardle at the Jarrold store in Cromer.
Paintings of animals are adorning the walls of a district council’s in-house gallery.
High-street bank Barclays closed its branch in Tucker Street, Cromer today.
Members of a Cromer disability support charity can look forward to a special Christmas party, thanks to a £200 donation from a local bank.
Football fans can become part owners of Cromer Town FC for just £15.
A teenage boy suffered a black eye and swollen cheek when he was attacked in Cromer.
A new book from Cromer-based Poppyland Publishing digs deeper into the 19th century phenomenon that was Poppyland.
North Norfolk is set to get a new £10m leisure centre with a swimming pool and a £2.6m indoor tennis centre with a gym.
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