When thinking about football and prisoner of war camps, a former Norwich City defender who played for the club more than a century ago is probably not the first thing that springs to mind.

Norwich Pride will return for 2020 in July, and this year the organisers are changing the way they work with businesses and organisations for the event.

There is growing concern for the welfare of a missing Norfolk man.

Norwich City icon Justin Fashanu was inducted into the National Football Museum's Hall of Fame today (Wednesday, February 19), on what would have been his 59th birthday.

The inquest into the death of Norfolk-raised TV presenter Caroline Flack is due to open on Wednesday, it has been confirmed.

Love Island narrator Iain Stirling remembered Norfolk-raised television star Caroline Flack's "passion, warmth and infectious enthusiasm" as the show paid tribute to her on Monday.

Norwich City icon Justin Fashanu is to become only the second ever Norwich City player to be inducted into the National Football Museum's Hall of Fame.

A new volunteer transport service will give those about to leave a Norfolk hospital more support to be able to return home once discharged.

Writers and journalists have voiced their fury after a biography of Norfolk-raised television host Caroline Flack was announced just two days after her death.

Hundreds of people were left stunned after witnessing a fireball fly through the skies above Norfolk over the weekend.

A car has overturned after it was involved in a crash with another vehicle near Cringleford.

A man has been charged with the murder of a woman who was found dead at a house on the edge of Norwich.

A Norfolk-based lighting artist has spoken of her excitement over the chance for her work to appear at a festival in her home county.

A young grey seal has been rescued after being found on a Norfolk beach with severe injuries.

A woman was attacked by a man in broad daylight while trying to stop him from stealing a handbag from an elderly woman.

Norfolk's police and crime commissioner has cited frustration over "doing an average of 150 miles per day" as a major factor behind his decision not to run again for the job.

As hundreds of trees came crashing down across Norfolk on Sunday due to strong gales from Storm Ciara, tree surgeons across the county were ready for the inevitable deluge of calls asking for their help.

The high winds and driving rain brought to Norfolk by Storm Ciara have caused disruption and misery to many.

"A metre taller and it might have killed me."

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