Behold the witching hours is fast approaching and this half-term there are plenty of terrifying adventures to scare you out of your wits in the run up to Halloween. Ghosts, ghouls, pumpkins, chills and thrills, there is someone for all ages.

Plans to close a busy road in Fakenham in the middle of December have been met with fury from local business owners, with one calling it “disastrous”.

A passenger lobby group has expressed concern after news that a bus route will be pulled out of Great Yarmouth.

A special memorial concert by the Academy of St Thomas, a rare performance by the US-based Neave Trio, Berlin-based Kuss Quartet, Suffolk soprano Christina Johnston and the Albion Quartet will play in the region.

Pumpkin Fest, organised by Brandon Country Park and International English School (IES) Breckland, is set to have its best year yet with an array of autumnal activities.

In this letter, I hope to give an insight into why we went on strike last week and what we as guards actually do. My own parents believe I “just clip tickets” so I face an uphill struggle!

Life really is considerably better than 30-odd years ago, argues our finance columnist Peter Sharkey.

A collection of Colman’s artefacts have been put into storage as plans to reopen Norwich’s famous mustard shop are scrapped.

An East Anglian initiative which has helped hundreds of food and drink producers nationwide to better understand their customers is focusing closer to home for a new project.

A business boycott of a production facility owned by the UK’s largest supplier of supermarket chicken could have implications for two East Anglian processing plants.

Part of a popular bus route from a tourist hub into Norwich will not run for more than a week because of major NDR work.

Sheringham and Cromer Choral Society is inviting music-lovers to take part in a ‘come and sing’ workshop on October 14.

An investigation claims to have revealed a series of alleged breaches of food safety rules at a factory belonging to one of the largest suppliers of chicken to UK supermarkets.

An RSPCA wildlife centre has appealed for donations of towels and facecloths which are essential for their day-to-day care of injured seals, hedgehogs, and baby ducklings.

Police have released a CCTV image after a woman was touched inappropriately in a Tesco store.

A record number of East Anglian food and drink firms will pitch their products to major retail buyers as an annual industry showcase returns to Norwich.

It was buy one get one free for police in Diss tonight, after seizing two motorcycles.

A Lowestoft Tesco in the only one in Norfolk and Suffolk not to accept new pound coins in its self-service machine - the supermarket giants claim.

Donations flooded in to raise money for a cat that was hit by a vehicle in the car park of a superstore he calls his second home.

A cat which regards a superstore as his second home had his fans in a frenzy raising money after he was hit by a vehicle in the car park.

History fans turned out in force at Sheringham and Holt this morning, as the North Norfolk Railway’s annual 1940s weekend got underway with songs, stories and spam sandwiches.

A Dereham man has delighted locals with his witty song about the traffic woes at the Tesco car park on Kingston Road.

A number of changes to bus services in Norfolk will be introduced later this week.

A village hall which is central to community life has been given a grant worth thousands of pounds to help towards the cost of new facilities.

A mother-of-one has been branded a “bigot” after accusing a Norfolk taxi driver of being a terrorist.

A community will come together to plant 9,000 flowers in their town - one for each resident - thanks a funding boost.

North Norfolk residents could help save Cromer’s Christmas, thanks to the Tesco store in Sheringham.

Today, I stared at a picture of Clark Gable for 10 minutes.

Here is our monthly look back at some of the criminals jailed in Norfolk courts in August.

A youth football club in Dereham is calling on the community for support to help keep the organisation afloat.

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