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A tent at a music festival in Norwich has been closed to under 18s in the interests of safety.

A gym owner has been inspired by a friend’s tragic battle with terminal cancer to complete an ultramarathon this weekend.

An old farm tumbrel, donated by Fleggburgh farmer Peter Flowerdew will form the centrepiece of the Filby’s roadside floral displays, for this year’s Anglia in Bloom Competition.

Volunteers are hoping to bring more sporting opportunities, children’s activities and live music to a popular city park.

Concerns that a fatal disease in dogs could have been found for the first time in Norfolk, appear to be unfounded according to a number of vets.

A voluntary group in Fakenham has celebrated the work of two up and coming photographers, as part of their goal of showcasing local talent.

A field close to Weybourne Hope – which has always been considered to be England’s Achilles’ Heel in terms of enemy invaders – hid a dark secret until it crumbled into the sea.

A distraught dog owner is appealing for help in tracing her missing pet.

A teenage girl’s quest to raise funds to help her baby brother who suffers from seizures has been a grand success.

Player loans are generally associated with football - but here in Norfolk they are proving a useful tool for our national summer game as well.

From fossil hunting on the beach to sampling the best of the county’s crafts, food and produce, there’s a host of things to do in north Norfolk this half term. Here are just ten of the many family-friendly events on offer.

A couple who were brought together through their love of swimming have celebrated their diamond anniversary.

As Norfolk Day approaches dozens of community events have been organised around the county. This week we focus on a children’s art competition.

It is a tiny patch of land perched on the cliffs beside an idyllic coastal path at West Runton.

Around 5,000 wild bird eggs have been seized from a man’s home in the Broadland area.

A father-of-two has spoken of his shock and anger after his family’s beloved seven-month-old kitten Angel was shot dead.

A meeting which gives residents the opportunity to highlight concerns about policing, anti-social behaviour, roads and other community issues will take place this month in Dereham.

There are more than 11,700 people living with dementia in Suffolk and more than 14,000 people living with dementia in Norfolk, and the Alzheimer’s Society is calling on everyone to unite and plan actions, big or small, to make a huge difference to people affected by the illness this Dementia Action Week. Here are five top ways you can get involved in 2018...

King’s Lynn Town are set to unveil their new first team manager on Wednesday.

A conservation charity is appealing for public donations to help children and families reconnect with nature.

Cromer and Sheringham Crab and Lobster Festival got off to a cracking start, with hundreds turning out to see local chefs in action at an open-air cookery theatre, browse more than 50 stalls and sample locally-produced food ranging from artisan bread, to pickles and preserves.

A Norfolk panto star who has made regular appearances at Norwich’s Theatre Royal has made it through to the next stage of Britain’s Got Talent.

Don’t forget your heroes – it isn’t worth it.

New laws will be introduced to tackle the internet’s ‘wild west’ that will make Britain the “safest place in the world” to be online, a Suffolk MP has said.

Sheringham Dementia Friendly Community (SDFC) teamed up with the town’s carnival committee to mark Dementia Action Fortnight with a sponsored ‘memory walk’ along the seafront in aid of the Alzheimer’s Society.

Standing as a signpost to a village that longer bustles, in a rhododendron clearing in the woods, Mark Goldsworthy’s timber carving shows the curious tale of the brave Bishop Beaver of Babingley.

Each week we will be highlighting some missing cats from around the city, in the hope that they will be returned to their owners.

As Norfolk Day approaches dozens of organisations are planning a variety of events to celebrate. This week we focus on what the Women’s Institute groups are doing.

Scores of events have now been organised to celebrate the first ever Norfolk Day this summer.

A mother whose life was devastated by a serious spinal condition that is frequently misdiagnosed by the NHS has been awarded a seven-figure compensation settlement by the county’s busiest hospital and community health trust.

A baby girl who was just 30 minutes from dying was saved by her mother’s insistence something was wrong when she realised her daughter was not moving in the womb.

Beer lovers will be able to enjoy a variety of brews in a special charity banquet.

Simon Brown, Managing Director of Cooper Lomaz Recruitment, seeks a ‘one-click’ solution to the modern job search.

Royal wedding fever is not just for us humans as a dog care service has launched a competition to coincide with the national event.

To celebrate her 70th birthday, one grandmother decided to embark on a 500-mile trek across Spain to raise money for charity.

The people of Norwich never expected to see Queen, Blondie and Foo Fighters in one night.

A woman from Scratby with a rare liver disease is campaigning for more people to become organ donors.

A family hoping for a holiday packed with sun, sea and sandcastles in Great Yarmouth were surprised to find a guest had already taken up residence in the caravan they had been renting for four days – an invisible entity which made it perfectly clear it wanted them to leave.

Representatives from Norfolk, Cambridgeshire and Suffolk – the three counties the A47 runs through – stand united in calling for the government to fully dual the road between Peterborough and Lowestoft, a meeting heard today.

Each week we will be highlighting some missing cats from around the city, in the hope that they will be returned to their owners.

As Norfolk Day approaches, communities are rallying together to celebrate the big day. This week we focus on a new special beer being brewed for the occasion.

Norfolk Day is fast approaching and dozens of events have been organised by individuals, communities, charities and businesses.

Royal wedding fever is not just for us humans as a dog care service has launched a competition to coincide with the national event.

Bungay Town FC’s quest to lift the coveted Suffolk Senior Cup for the third time in its history will be featured in a major live filming project.

Sheringham leisure centre Splash will be marking its 30th anniversary on Saturday, with a day of activities ranging from arts and crafts and a bouncy castle, to free swimming sessions.

The number of victims of stalking or harassment in the region has almost tripled over the course of two years.

A businesswoman has put out a rallying call to bring the community together in order to revamp a popular park and protect it for future generations.

Sometimes the truth is unpalatable to take and hard to write down.

It started out as a Facebook group set up to ask people for wool donations, so knitters could create items to be worn by premature babies.

Entries are open for a new photo competition celebrating community life.

Musical classics will be played out at a family-friendly showcase for a specialist baby research charity.

This is the moment a low-flying Hercules plane swooped over a driver near Beccles.

1954 was the year that a series of Unidentified Flying Objects were seen in the skies above Norfolk, just a year after the term ‘UFO’ had been coined by the United States Air Force.

A beach litter pick has been organised in Caister after rubbish and debris washed up along the village’s shoreline in the past few weeks.

One reader thinks young people argue too much on sites like Facebook and Twitter - do you agree?

Carnival fever is heating up in Dereham.

Justice has caught up with a Norfolk man who taunted police on Facebook after officers appealed to trace him.

Norwich City hero Wes Hoolahan has met Ruddy Muddy, the legendary “graffilthy” artist, who commemorated his last match at Carrow Road over the weekend.

Christine Webber and Helen McDermott have stepped in to the role of EDP Agony Aunties and are on hand to help the people of East Anglia with their problems.

A major operation is swinging into action at Hemsby today where seven clifftop homes are earmarked for demolition.

Father-and-son singing duo Jack and Tim Goodacre wowed the Britain’s Got Talent judges with an original song they had written, called The Lucky Ones on Saturday, April 28.

A man who died after a two-car crash in Aldeby, near Beccles, has been named locally as Daniel Blowers.

I read recently that Amazon’s founder Jeff Bezos plans to send tourists into space in one of his Blue Origin spaceships next year.

Cromer picked the final two members of its carnival ‘royal’ family on Sunday, at a prince and princess competition held at The Cottage pub, in Louden Road.

Iconic retailer Loose’s Cookshop will be closing after 227 years, turning instead to the online industry. Here’s how Norfolk reacted to the news.

Britain’s Got Talent judge Simon Cowell gave his first ‘golden buzzer’ last night to the father-and-son singers from Norwich.

Thousands of us pass over it every day without a passing thought for the role it played in Norwich’s dark past.

Each week we will be highlighting some missing cats from around the city, in the hope that they will be returned to their owners.

A self-taught artist is in the running for a brand new prize celebrating the work of artists on the autistic spectrum.

A woman who has been battling Parkinson’s disease since the age of 22 has set her sights on running a 5k race in memory of her mother.

A popular family-run record store will be shutting up shop after 45 years.

WOW Norwich is set to celebrate women from all walks of life this weekend with a two-day festival packed full of debate, discussion and performance. Arts correspondent Emma Knights meets four of the speakers who will be making their voices heard.

Local leaders are demanding Government action after it emerged that three of the 10 worst local authority areas in England for indoor 4G coverage were in Norfolk.

A self-taught artist from Suffolk is in the running for a brand new prize celebrating the work of people on the autistic spectrum.

Northern soul, Motown, Ska and Mod music will get them dancing at two Cromer Soul Club gigs being organised to take place at the Holt Vinyl Vault.

Following days of negotiations, Epic Studios and the World Association of Wrestling (WAW) have reached a decision regarding the future of their business relationship.

‘From the Bavarian Highlands’, a repertoire of music by composer Sir Edward Elgar, will be performed at two upcoming church concerts.

A local scout group have been trying their hand at radio presenting as part of their tasks to achieve their communicator activity badges.

A community has rallied together to show its support after the town’s post office was ram raided in the early hours of the morning.

A poll by this newspaper has revealed the town’s division over the new layout at Fullers Hill roundabout.

It is a painful emotion which permeates into the lives of more than 40,000 people in Norfolk alone.

It was a common sight on the Norfolk Broads for several decades.

Messages of support have flooded in via social media after a popular Norfolk restaurant announced it had closed its doors permanently.

A grandma from Harleston is celebrating becoming a happier and healthier person after losing 58lbs.

Norfolk Day is less than 100 days away. To celebrate, we have put together a list of 100 events and ideas communities can get involved with on July 27.

Swashbuckling fun for all the family is on offer at two Norfolk venues next month, in an action-packed, pirate-themed show featuring comedy, magic, juggling and acrobats.

The newly refurbished McDonald’s in Pakefield is due to reopen tomorrow after an “exciting transformation”.

Time is running out to send in your name submissions to name a new beer being brewed for Norfolk Day.

MoneySavingExpert founder Martin Lewis is launching a High Court legal battle to “give Facebook a bloody nose” and change the way it operates over claims the site is publishing scam adverts causing vulnerable people to hand over thousands of pounds to criminals.

A former Royal Air Force sniper has set his sights on business success – by putting to use the skills learned in his military career.

A couple from Norwich have been painting rocks to make others happy.

Beccles film buffs are in for a special summer treat as a popular outdoor cinema prepares to return to the town.

Three months on since the completion of a new layout at Fullers Hill roundabout in Great Yarmouth and there is a lack of consensus on whether the town has benefitted from the modification.

“Let’s put Lowestoft back on the map” is the rallying cry from organisers hoping to revive a community carnival.

What a complete turnaround with the weather in just one week and of course just a couple of days away from the big one...The London Marathon.

Each week we will be highlighting some missing cats from around the city, in the hope that they will be returned to their owners.

Three months on since the completion of a new layout at Fullers Hill roundabout in Great Yarmouth and there is a lack of consensus on whether the town has benefitted from the modification.

On November 7, a cat decided to flee in Caister - just a few steps from the vets.

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