It’s bad enough having to watch the rain lashing against the window at home or in the office, but for some people the wet and windy weather has brought extra challenges to their jobs.
The race is on for pubs to comply with the government’s ‘second wave’ lockdown restrictions - but many in Norfolk say it is business as usual.
With the government refusing to rule out a second national lockdown, what do the people of north Norfolk - where just one new case was announced today - think?
Police are appealing for information after a moped was left burned out in a town centre car park.
Norwich City fans will be able to choose which song the team walks out to this season via a poll on the club’s Twitter account.
A woman has been given a socially distanced sea shanty serenade to celebrate her 100th birthday.
A mystery Good Samaritan cleaned up chocolate smears left by vandals on gym equipment at a town centre park, CCTV footage has revealed.
A student exchange programme with Germany thought to be the oldest still in operation in the UK will celebrate its 50th anniversary on Friday.
A popular dog grooming salon is set to move into the former location of a vape shop.
Two men have cycled the length of the county in tribute to their lost loved ones, raising thousands for charity.
As students returned to schools across the county, one town’s pupils were clearly glad to be back, with 99% in attendance.
A cafe which has been at the heart of a town for three years is to move location due to new coronavirus rules.
A lifeboat crew rescued a yacht after it ran aground at a harbour during the night.
Live music returned at the Norfolk Showground on Friday night with a homage to the Britpop years.
At least one north Norfolk hotel is going to be carrying on the East Out To Help Out craze with its own offer.
A town’s Christmas lights committee has turned to the community to fund its display after a turbulent year for traders meant the group did not want to rely solely on their donations.
Gardener’s World’s Alan Titchmarsh has been impressed with the standard of Norfolk’s gardeners while judging a competition in support of the Priscilla Bacon Hospice in Norwich.
A veterinary clinic at the heart of a town for over 120 years will move to a new “state-of-the-art” surgery next week.
With the coronavirus pandemic leaving many without a job, here are a few vacancies currently available in north Norfolk.
A poorly parked car has left two buses trapped and a road closed in a town, causing major disruption to bus services.
Two of a town’s shops are set to be filled tomorrow with the arrival of a new community shop and fridge.
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