A west Norfolk man wants to spread the word of a charity that has helped him developed a passion for extreme-sports whilst being in a wheelchair.
Plans to accept trade waste and open a re-use shop at a recycling centre look set to win the support of councillors.
A west Norfolk initiative is aiming to banish hygiene poverty - when someone is forced to choose between buying food or buying items to keep them clean.
Families have raised concerns that building three new houses on a busy road in west Norfolk would make the road more dangerous.
Two west Norfolk men have raised more than £10,000 to help send a dying woman to America for treatment that could save her life.
Dragons, medieval bodyguards and a 15th century king on horseback revived an age-old tradition in west Norfolk.
A crisp packet has been found in near perfect condition after spending two decades in the ground.
Police are looking for a 45-year-old woman who has gone missing from near her home.
The new president of Norfolk's horticultural society says he has some big plans to show that 'Gardening is for Everyone'.
A pilot escaped without injury when his Triplane overturned on take off at a Norfolk airfield.
A motorcyclist involved in a crash in Wretham has died.
A New Zealander who lives in west Norfolk has described her shock and disbelief as the killing of 50 Muslim worshippers unfolded just yards away from her.
A teenager from Ipswich has made a heartfelt documentary highlighting the plights of dementia sufferers and their families that will be played in hospitals across East Anglia.
A very 21st Century way has been launched to explore some of our ancient history.
King's Lynn Festival is joining forces with the Shakespeare Festival to host a weekend full of 16th-century nostalgia.
A pub in the heart of Downham Market has closed its doors, with the landlords saying the "current climate" means it is not viable for it to stay open.
Set in the heart of a Norfolk coastal village, the Ship Hotel in Brancaster is steeped in history.
A community is coming together to spring clean their village.
An egg-citing Easter competition with a twist is being held by a Norfolk care home.
Five Norfolk fisherman are among those ordered to pay fines for illegal fishing activity.
Thousands came together at the Elveden Estate to raise money for the East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA).
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