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

One of the steam locomotives on the North Norfolk Railway has been given a very 2020 touch ahead of the line’s reopening.

The variety of life lurking in rock pools off the north Norfolk coast has been captured in stunning colour on video.

An 84-year-old man who fell into a fishing pond and struggled for more than an hour to keep afloat was dramatically rescued by members of his family.

At least one of three huge wind farm projects planned to be built off the Norfolk coast will go ahead.

More than half of care homes in Breckland have reported outbreaks of Covid-19, figures reveal.

Thousands of prescriptions delivered, millions of pounds handed out and hundreds of calls made - the coronavirus has seen a total change in the way a council operates.

A volunteer litter picker has spoken out against “thoughtless” beach-goers after finding a huge amount of litter on one stretch of sand.

The Mid-Norfolk Railway is hosting a Covid-19 testing station in the car park of Dereham station.

A motorist got more than they bargained for when they failed to spot a pair of posts.

A Second World War-era mortar round was blown up on a Norfolk beach after the bomb squad said it could be dangerous.

The gardens surrounding the manor house Hindringham Hall have been shortlisted for a national award. STUART ANDERSON reports on how a once-neglected site has grown into a blooming marvellous success.

Young carers are “not getting a proper childhood” and have to be better supported by the government, according to a Norfolk MP.

A road was closed after a vehicle caught fire on a country road.

The theft of loo roll and liquid soap at the start of the pandemic forced a Norfolk council to close almost half its public toilets, it has been revealed.

The purchase of a two-bedroom house at more than £170,000 in North Walsham would complete a council’s new property portfolio to help the homeless.

Norfolk’s heritage railways are steaming towards reopening, albeit at a gentle pace.

Enjoying a cuppa while scouting for a bargain at a car boot sale has been a Great British tradition for decades.

Tourism operators across north Norfolk are looking forward to a busy summer season in the build up to July 4, when they, restaurants and hotels can open.

Plans have been unveiled for a school’s new sports hall, which is linked to a controversial housing scheme in the same town.

A north Norfolk caterer who found herself without work during the coronavirus lockdown turned her hand to a great British tradition to get by.

A drive-in cinema is coming to a north Norfolk town for what could be the first time in decades.

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