Rubbish bags, a vacuum cleaner and cardboard boxes full of waste were dumped by the side of the road at a Norfolk beauty spot.
From the historic Burnham Overy Staithe Windmill to a second World War radar station, there are plenty of hidden treasures to be found when walking across Norfolk.
A Norfolk film-maker is set to donate £4000 worth of equipment to Kenyan rangers to support wildlife under threat from poachers.
Morrisons in Cromer has confirmed the addition of two electric car charging points for customers.
Wellbeing entrepreneur Liz Earle MBE and former national newspaper editor Eve Pollard OBE are heading to Norfolk to discuss the best kept secrets in mid-life wellbeing.
A campaign launched by a Norfolk community group has seen a vast spread in posters and increased awareness of the problems surrounding plastic rings.
A booklet celebrating 100 years of the North Norfolk Labour Party has been delivered to Norfolk Record Office to be remembered forever.
Norfolk Wildlife Trust has released the line-up for its fourth winter festival, Cley Calling!
Everybody knows how unpredictable the UK's waters can be... But for heaven's sake, check the tide times.
A man who was 'cold and shaking badly' was rescued by lifeboat crews after he went missing on his morning swim.
The RNLI is warning people of the dangers of walking near the sea after they rescued 21 people cut off by the tide in just two days.
Dozens of men, women and children lined the streets of Dereham for a parade to celebrate and commemorate the Battle of Britain.
The fiancée of a man who died at a Norfolk factory has spoken about the impact of his death one year on, as she launches a fundraiser in his memory.
A family-of-three have been rescued from rising tides at Wells Harbour.
A former RAF control tower which is in the midst of being transformed into a couple's dream home has been opened up to the public.
Thousands descend on north Norfolk for the first day of the North Norfolk Railway 1940s weekend.
A train between Norwich and Sheringham has terminated in Cromer due to overcrowding issues.
Emergency services have attended a large oil leak on the A47 near Swaffham.
It is one of the oldest buildings in North Walsham, with previous lives as a weavers' barn, coaching inn and carpet shop. Now, it has been reincarnated as a trendy café and bistro. Abigail Nicholson reports.
Dramatic footage of three sisters being rescued at sea has been re-shared to show the dangers of being cut off by the tide.
Thousands are expected to descend on north Norfolk this weekend for the annual North Norfolk Railway 1940s weekend.
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