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

North Norfolk's new MP has a strong background in business and local politics.

North Norfolk has turned blue for the first time in almost two decades after Duncan Baker won the seat for the Conservatives.

A group set up to preserve age-old rights over commoners' land in North Norfolk has called on Prince Charles to get involved.

Christmas will never be the same for Beverley Bishop, whose son took his own life 14 months ago.

A family man, a football legend and the life and soul of the party with a twinkle in his eye.

Putting lighthearted pet names on loved ones' headstones could fall foul of church regulations, a senior church judge has declared.

A decision on whether to allow a huge wind farm off the Norfolk coast has been delayed amid a raft of concerns.

A heckler who was asked to leave an election hustings has been arrested and banned from going to any more hustings events.

A crash which closed a rural Norfolk road for several hours involved two police cars on their way to a call-out.

Organisers of Norfolk's annual Classic Ibiza dance party have vowed to take the event to "a different level" for its fifth anniversary event next year.

A businessman has been banned from all racecourses across the country for three years following a fight that broke out at Fakenham Racecourse on Ladies' Day.

A businessman has been banned from all racecourses across the country for three years following a fight that broke out at Fakenham Racecourse on Ladies' Day.

A man in his 80s is in a critical condition after a serious collision.

The owner of a fish and chip shop in Aylsham has spoken of his shock after fire ripped through the building as the town's Christmas lights were being switched on.

Norfolk is celebrated in all its quirky glory in a new book by writer and broadcaster Keith Skipper.

Firefighters used hydraulic rescue equipment to save people involved in a crash in rural Norfolk.

A man who burgled a home before climbing onto the roof, claiming he had been shot, has had sentence increased for breaching a community order.

A woman who was jailed for stealing more than £9,500 from her disabled brother and using it to fund home improvements has been ordered to pay the rest of the money owed within the next three months.

Getting complete control over UK fisheries is front-and-centre for Brexit Party candidate Harry Gwynne, who has been out campaigning in Cromer.

The leadership team at a care home which has twice been rated 'inadequate' have defended their record and declared: "Things are getting better."

A man has been reported to the police after an alleged incident involving threats and assault at a general election hustings.

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