The body of a woman has been recovered from the sea off the North Norfolk coast.
The Cromer branch of the Royal British Legion has said despite the challenges posed by coronavirus, it is working hard to make sure people will be able to participate in this year’s Poppy Appeal.
The clean-up operation has continued in a North Norfolk village which was blasted by a sandstorm and 70mph winds.
Two women have been taken to hospital following a house fire in North Norfolk.
Police are appealing for information after a 14th century church in mid-Norfolk was broken into.
A Norfolk chef has called on Tripadvisor to make sure those who post racist reviews are banned from the site after one of his businesses fell victim to a malicious post.
The winners of the 2020 Sir John Hurt and Sworders Art Prizes have been announced.
A Norfolk zoo has been forced to close due bad weather.
A six-year-old boy with toothache was left in “absolute agony” unable to eat or drink after he couldn’t get an emergency appointment at his registered dentist.
A fallen tree has blocked a school bus in North Norfolk causing delays on of up to 30 minutes.
A festival celebrating the Norfolk coast’s stunning dark skies has taken events online so as many people as possible can enjoy the events from the comfort of their own home.
An Antarctic surveyor who took part in the first overland crossing of Antarctica, and who spent more than 30-years living in Norfolk, has died aged 92.
Surveys to establish how much work will be necessary to bring an historic North Walsham building, which was once earmarked to be a JD Wetherspoon pub, back into use are underway.
A North Norfolk chef has hit out at Tripadvisor for only removing a racist review of one of his restaurants after he took to social media to complain.
The potential of parking permits being introduced in Cromer to ease congestion during peak summer months was debated at a town council meeting.
Beryl has launched a new e-scooter hire scheme in Norwich, meaning for a small fee those with a driving licence can zip through the city streets in a whole new way.
First there were bikes, then there were e-bikes and now Beryl has brought electric scooters to Norwich.
A trial of rental e-scooters has launched in the city.
Cromer traders say they have enjoyed a bumper summer, but its famous pier and theatre has warned it could take five years for it to recover from the impact of coronavirus.
Cromer and Northrepps have marked the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.
Cromer Hospital’s phlebotomy department is to close to GP patients at the end of September, but health bosses say the change will make getting a blood test more convenient.
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