A town could see a roads shake-up to make it easier for cyclists and pedestrians to get about after councillors put forward a bid which could unlock £50,000 of funding.

Renewed calls for action on flooding have been made after several days of heavy rain left water levels in the Dereham area “too close for comfort”.

A Mid-Norfolk pub gave away 65 free meals to children who need them yesterday - more than double what they had expected.

Businesses and individuals who have stepped up to combat child holiday hunger in a market town have been praised.

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has confirmed it is investigating the death of a man in his teens at Thorpe Row, Shipdham, near Dereham.

A man in his late teens died in a reported industrial incident in a Norfolk village, police have confirmed.

Cyber scammers targeted a district council with a hoax email con in which they pretended to be the authority’s leader.

A Dereham gallery owner is preparing to demolish a wall to expand his business into the neighbouring shop space, undeterred by the coronavirus pandemic.

A council plan which could see more than £4,000 spent on refurbishing a mayoral chain has been branded “insensitive” and “out of touch”.

A Christian conference centre says it has been forced to make six members of staff redundant and is fighting to avoid closure next year.

A town council has agreed to fork out £1,000 for panic alarms for staff after a lone employee was attacked by wasps and repeatedly stung, landing him in hospital.

A town mayor has said ‘now is the time’ to spend thousands of pounds on refurbishing its historic mayoral chains - including the purchase of a velvet collar to stop it snagging on incumbents’ clothing.

Controversial cockerels that face eviction from a town allotment have been given another year before they have to leave.

Mindless vandals caused about £1500 worth of damage to equipment bought for a school to keep children safe in their bubbles.

With Norwich seeing a sharp upturn in coronavirus case, reporter Noah Vickers went out to speak to shoppers about their concerns.

A Norfolk heritage railway is preparing to make major renovations to its track and rolling stock after receiving a “lifeline” cash-boost from the government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund.

When a change in ownership meant they had to move from their old premises on Elsing Lane, Silverfins of Dereham started looking for a new home.

A controversial scheme to build 255 homes on the edge of a market town could be back on after a developer lodged an appeal against a council’s decision to reject it.

A thief smashed the window of a house over the weekend and escaped with expensive goods.

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