Stuart Anderson

Jessica Suter is organising the science day. Picture: Sonya Duncan

The team behind a £5 million revamp of the Wells Maltings are jubilant after winning a prestigious construction award.

An award-winning carer has declared her job to be the world's best in a speech she gave to her peers.

A garden created in Norfolk to highlight the problems families face has won a gold medal at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.

An outstanding performance of the story of a showgirl who took refuge with a group of nuns has won a north Norfolk group one of the most highly-prized awards in amateur theatre.

A parish council chairman who played a leading role in defeating a bid for 200 new houses in his village has stood down after 35 years.

She shares the same birthday with Queen Victoria, and was born just 15 years after that famous monarch died.

It's a land where mammoths once roamed and early humans foraged for food.

The re-opening of Sheringham Railway Station after a £1m refurbishment has been delayed for a second time.

Following a stunning Championship season, the Canaries' reputation is as solid as a rock.

The re-opening of Sheringham Railway Station after a £1m refurbishment has been delayed for a second time.

Cornish pilot gig boats are naturally well-known in England's south west, but the class also has a budding following in the east.

The good times are baaa-ck at Swaffham as the town prepares to host its annual sheep fair.

The Stalham Fringe Festival is set to be bigger and better after the event's first successful showing last year.

Norfolk's newest charity shop is about to open in a former bank branch.

A mum-of-two who has tirelessly fundraised for new play equipment has been given a community volunteer award.

A fire in a thatched cottage could have started when an effort to smoke out bees inhabiting the chimney went wrong, firefighters believe.

Music lovers helped to raise £9,000 for a new children's hospice at this year's North Walsham Live Aid event.

They may have died out thousands of years ago, but traces of the mammoths that once roamed Norfolk still linger.

A group of youngsters will take the plunge into the North Sea this weekend in preparation for a much greater challenge.

Hundreds of families enjoyed live music, bouncy castles, balloon modelling and much more at the North Walsham Children's Day, held earlier this month at St Nicholas church yard.

Community members will be able to find out about everything from keeping pets to growing plants at an upcoming North Walsham Big Bash event.

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