Stuart Anderson

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

Two people were rescued after they found themselves cut off by the tide on the sand banks off Wells beach.

The wind and rain that battered Blakeney Harbour over the weekend has been described as “unprecedented” and left the area looking “like a war-zone”.

A busy road in north Norfolk road has reopened after it was completely blocked by a collision.

Plans are being made to build a row of social-rent homes on a site which could be partially under water in 85 years.

A volunteer group which helps people around North Walsham had to think on its feet to find a way to mark its fifth anniversary.

People from locked-down parts of the country should face a blanket travel ban as a way to stop the spread in less affected areas, a Norfolk MP has said.

A developer is preparing to challenge a council’s refusal to let it build 110 homes next to Holt Country Park.

A fishing boat was rescued after it broke down and was drifting 20 nautical miles away from Wells Harbour.

Cromer Pier has gone green to mark this year’s Recycle Week.

The Mid Norfolk Railway (MNR) has welcomed a new addition - a Pacer diesel multiple unit.

Alpacas could soon be providing a spot of lockdown cheer for care home residents around Sheringham.

Young runners from north Norfolk have taken on the best from across the region at the University of East Anglia’s Sportspark.

Two men are now living healthier lives after receiving kidneys donated by a grandmother who died after a tragic accident at a north Norfolk beach.

Recent visitors to Happisburgh beach will have seen an odd sight offshore – a 500-tonne ‘jack-up’ vessel.

A scare-filled event that was planned to run in the lead-up to Halloween has been cancelled due to the new coronavirus restrictions.

It is possibly the most famous steam engine in the world, and it is heading to Norfolk.

The links of three of Norfolk’s most popular stately homes to slavery and colonialism have been unveiled in a new report - but the research also shows the history of Blickling, Felbrigg and Oxburgh halls is far from one-sided.

Unusual perspectives on north Norfolk’s stunning natural scenery have been created through a collaboration of two young artists.

Unusual perspectives on north Norfolk’s stunning natural scenery have been created through a collaboration of two artists.

The search is on for a ‘shed’ to give men a place to relax, chat and work on their hobbies in Swaffham.

An engine repair business has entered its final days after 70 years in the same village.

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