David Bale

One of those vying to become the next prime minister is West Norfolk MP Liz Truss. We asked people in her constituency town of Swaffham what they thought of the idea.

It was the sight dozens of onlookers had been waiting for - the return of the Dutch sailing vessel, Albatros to Wells harbour.

Wildlife campaigners are celebrating victory over supermarket giant Tesco after protecting an important nature site from development.

The first garden opening at the Mannington Estate in north Norfolk will include exhibitions detailing the close links between the Paston family and Mannington Hall.

A mystery shopper could be sitting on a £18,000 windfall without knowing it.

New Aylsham Show president Clare Buxton is "honoured" to be taking on the role after 17 years' service.

The new mayor of Holt has been the official photographer for the town's festival for 11 years.

Plans for a JD Wetherspoon pub in North Walsham could be put on hold again, with the district council set to review the situation.

Fifteen affordable homes could be built on arable land in Southrepps, near Cromer.

Former Holt mayor Duncan Baker was appointed Group Leader of the Conservative Party at the first meeting of the new council at North Norfolk District Council.

A Norfolk teenager is celebrating after a sponsor was found to kick-start the restoration of an historic Thames sailing barge.

A Mercedes driver was fined £1,180 after his car collided with a steam train on the North Norfolk railway line.

World-famous actor and director Rupert Everett is coming to Wells Maltings for a one-off fundraising event.

A collapsed and drunken man on Wells beach was rescued by marine crime patrols in north Norfolk.

Cromer RNLI's head winchman Paul Russell has reached the milestone of 250 slipway recoveries of all-weather lifeboats.

Bosses at an historic hotel in a seaside village are celebrating after turning a zero food hygiene rating into a very respectable rating of four.

Thirteen fire engines have been called to a fire at a thatched property in north Norfolk.

A remote controlled ship designed by a Stalham man has become the first cargo vessel in the world to cross the seas without a crew.

A bumper crowd enjoyed the sight of about 400 classic vehicles at Stody Lodge Gardens in north Norfolk.

People are being asked to recommend new locations for sporting pitches over the next 10 years.

A Norfolk-based band, which is now in its 87th year, will be giving a free evening concert next month.

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