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A candidate suspended by the Liberal Democrats after being charged with fraud is still standing for the party at a by-election on Thursday - because his suspension came too late.

It’s just an overgrown, semi-derelict field now, but soon it will house the hub of a north Norfolk village.

Campaigners have been breathing a huge sigh of relief and reflecting on their successful two-year fight to prevent their village being doubled in size.

A building project at Pensthorpe Natural Park, near Fakenham, has won a top regional award during the Local Authority Building Control awards.

A group of north Norfolk fitness fans have danced their way to raising cash for two local good causes, by taking part in a three-hour sponsored zumbathon held at The Leas clifftop gardens, at Sheringham.

The government must act to end the “shambolic delay” small firms have endured to get help with their business rates.

A plan to run a pedestrianisation trial in parts of Sheringham town centre has hit a potential road block, after the town council voted against setting up a working party to take the scheme forward.

Villagers are celebrating the dismissal of an appeal for a new residential development.

Pirates and mermaids can bring the fun from the beach to the Cromer Promenade, thanks to a newly finished mural decorating the pirate play area.

A landslide of complaints has fallen into the lap of the North Norfolk District Council ahead of a planning meeting to discuss the proposal to build 62 retirement apartments in Sheringham.

North Norfolk District Council senior sports activator Wyn Nurse is appealing to fitness fans to help raise cash for two local charities, by dancing to the sounds of Latin music as the sun goes down over Sheringham’s clifftop gardens The Leas.

Rates relief “specialists” targeting unsuspecting business owners and charging unnecessary fees to help them reduce their business rates have been condemned by a district council.

A once in a lifetime proposal to bolster sea defences at Bacton Gas Terminal and nearby villages, Bacton and Walcott, is set to be discussed at North Norfolk District Council’s (NNDC) next cabinet meeting.

Aggressive tactics by large corporations to swallow up independent stores will not be tolerated in Cromer, local business leaders have warned.

A Conservative councillor has resigned from the ruling administration at North Norfolk District Council - citing concerns over her party’s leadership.

Sheringham Town Council is driving forward a campaign to have a roundabout installed at a junction dubbed an “accident waiting to happen”, after seeing a similar, £619,000 scheme at Felbrigg cut traffic speeds and improve access.

Fascinating stories telling the history of a north Norfolk town are on show at a church for the foreseeable future.

Dozens of new retirement homes are set to be built in Cromer, but the final layout of the site could still be changed by town councillors.

The north Norfolk coastline is both beautiful and fatal, claiming the life of a man last year and stranding many others in precarious situations.

North Walsham will be celebrating two openings in the town this week, as the town welcomes a new playground as well as the return of their Information Centre.

As the driving force behind the building of a new roundabout at Felbrigg, north Norfolk district councillor Hilary Cox had much to celebrate when it was officially launched after a ten year campaign.

A widow has warned the public to be wary of their hose pipes after her 63-year-old husband died of Legionnaires’ disease believed to have been contracted through working in the garden.

Visitors to the Cromer seafront were left disgusted after a dog owner left their pet’s mess just a few metres from a bin.

Dozens of new retirement homes could be built in Cromer, if the latest plans are approved.

The Cambridge Film Trust is to tour the Norfolk coast with screenings of archive footage dating back as far as the 1920s and highlighting the history and importance of Britain’s seasides.

A range of different sports will be on offer to disabled athletes at a free event in Cromer.

Groups, organisations and businesses behind the new Felbrigg roundabout on the A148, near Cromer, are set to mark its completion with a celebration.

We asked the general election candidates in Norfolk and Waveney to tell us why you should vote for them today. We also invited them to submit videos outlining their three priorities. This is what they said:

We asked the general election candidates in Waveney to tell us why you should vote for them on Thursday, June 8. We also invited them to submit videos outlining their three priorities. This is what they said:

A new hotel and swimming pool development in Sheringham has moved a step closer, with a leisure contractor being sought for the site from 2019.

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