Tributes have been paid to the humour and public service of a town and district councillor who died last week.
A council knew of the terrible conditions inside a Thetford block of flats before new tenants, including four children and a baby moved in, it has emerged.
Residents have described the decision by developers behind 5,000 new homes in a Norfolk town to have a bus route run down a muddy track barely wide enough to drive down as ridiculous.
It is an enduring comedy favourite whose charm has never faded - no matter how often the episodes are repeated.
Do you work and live on land whose owners are a mystery?
Two main roads will be closed for a day each next week as resurfacing work takes place.
To the untrained eye, it is a harmless child’s toy, featuring a cult cartoon hero.
The body found in a river in Suffolk has been confirmed as missing man Balys Zemaitis.
The Forestry Commission welcomed four new apprentices to the organisation in its biggest investment into apprenticeships for decades.
It was one of the hardest moments of Ryan Halls’ life when his new-born daughter Sadie was rushed to hospital struggling to breathe.
A man who lost part of his leg in a motorbike accident is to take part in a gruelling charity mud run to help raise money for the air ambulance which helped save his life.
A leisure complex which cost a district council £8m to build is still not fully let more than two years after it opened.
Excited well-wishers caught a glimpse of the Queen as she arrived for a Sunday church service at Sandringham.
Plans for nearly 200 new homes on the edge of a small Norfolk town have been described as catastrophic and absurd by residents.
A new fund of up to £3,000 for groups trying to improve the health and wellbeing of their community has been launched.
North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb visited a scheme in Thetford where former offenders are given jobs and placements on an allotment and garden.
A till containing nearly £1,000 was stolen from a Norfolk mayor’s business after thieves bent metal bars and unscrewed smash-proof windows to get access to his shop.
Awards celebrating the very best of a west Suffolk town have opened nominations for their second year.
A public meeting to discuss plans to change a hotel into a rehabilitation centre for addiction has been called by concerned residents.
Safeguarding concerns surrounding a hotel and pub’s potential change into a rehabilitation centre for addicts have been raised by residents.
The future of a town council’s involvement in a community asset will be decided in secret after councillors voted to exclude the public from the discussion.
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