A well-known pub has been told it needs to make major improvements after scoring one out of five in its latest food hygiene rating.
The persistent problems of thrown away rubbish have been highlighted in images released by a council in an effort to shame litter bugs into using bins.
A community boxing club is appealing for help finding new premises to fight off the threat of closure.
It was the day of truth for students but the nervous opening of envelopes revealed students in South Norfolk had achieved an overall increase in GCSE results despite concerns over tougher exams.
A homeless man left with serious head and facial injuries in an attack has been found temporary accommodation.
Changes have been made to planned work on the latest phase of £4.5m transport improvements in Attleborough in an effort to minimise disruption.
The hunt is on for the perfect street artist to decorate a building at Banham Zoo.
A man has been arrested following an attack that left a homeless man with serious head and facial injuries and led to a park at the centre of Diss being cordoned off.
Fans of Norwich panto star Ben Langley will still get to see him in Diss this week with his very own new solo show.
The second ever Pride event on Saturday saw about 3,000 people parade through the town before continuing to the Walks to enjoy entertainment.
A hot dog party drew dozens of lovers of dachshunds to Wymondham.
A lifeboat was launched to help three kite surfers after they got into trouble off the Norfolk coast.
Plans have been submitted to demolish one of Norfolk's smallest places of worship and build three new houses on the site.
A motorbike rider remains in a critical condition on life support almost a month after a horror crash at Snetterton Circuit.
Motorists experienced delays after a serious crash caused the closure of the main road between Thetford and Diss.
Work to correct repairs to a Grade II listed bridge that used the wrong bricks are to cost £6,000.
A care home in Eye is welcoming new carers to its monthly support group designed to help local people caring for an older loved one.
Fresh plans have been submitted to turn part of a town centre office building into three flats weeks after similar plans were approved for its upper floor.
Two more new members have been recruited to fill a shortfall in elected councillors that left a town council looking to co-opt seven additional volunteers.
Schools in South Norfolk and Breckland saw rises in grades A* to C despite changes A-levels now involving less emphasis on coursework towards final exams.
Work to install a new water main will see a road linking South Norfolk villages closed to traffic for almost three months.
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