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

One of Britain's oldest shops, which has survived several scrapes with closure, is about to celebrate a silver milestone.

The next phase of a future business park at a former canning factory site could bring 25 jobs to a Norfolk town.

A road accident has sparked delays on the road between the city and North Walsham.

Stepping out entertainingly into the limelight once again at Sheringham on Tuesday night was Cromer and Sheringham Operatic and Dramatic Society (CSODS) with this hugely enjoyable musical production, directed by Jackie Overton.

Six Norfolk eateries have made it onto a prestigious list of best restaurants - making it one of the best-performing counties in the UK.

A firm working to reverse negative quality ratings at its two north Norfolk care homes has taken over a third in the district.

A gigantic drawing of a house was laid out in the grounds of one of Norfolk's grandest homes in a 'barn-raising' art project.

A number of businesses are counting the cost after a devastating fire left a building complex gutted and beyond repair.

The force and fury of the sea was captured in a series of stunning images by professional photographer Chris Taylor.

A lorry driver has braved the waves as the North Sea threw its might into Cromer's seafront.

A pair of men on mobility scooters got into a good-natured 'battle royale' on the Norfolk seafront.

An old beach hut has been turned into a unique classroom at a north Norfolk primary.

A man has described the moment a lorry struck his house after failing to make it around a tight corner as "like an earthquake".

It's one of Britain's most picturesque seaside resorts, and its streets are thronged with visitors in summer. But in winter, Wells-next-the-Sea can resemble a ghost town. Reporter STUART ANDERSON went to find out how the town keeps ticking in the colder months.

The finishing touches are being made to a film looking at a mother's grief after her son took his own life.

An all-you-can-eat meat feast has helped put a pub back at the heart of its community - a year after it was forced to close.

A 77-year-old is lucky to be alive after he fell into a river in the Norfolk Broads and was underwater for two or three minutes.

A closed-down pub is to be reborn as a "community nucleus" filled with artefacts celebrating its namesake, Admiral Horatio Nelson.

A north Norfolk cafe wants to extend its opening hours so it can serve 'doughnut burgers' for dinner.

Motorists faced long delays following a crash near Dereham which closed part of the A47 this morning.

It has helped thousands of noses become buried in pages, and now the team at Wells Library have celebrated a special milestone.

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