Residents living near a water treatment works are objecting to a bid to extend its hours of operation.

A new café has opened its doors in a village pub aiming to serve up some community spirit to local people who might otherwise feel isolated and cut off.

A council has refused a purchase order served on it by the owner of a boarded up village pub who claims a planning stalemate has left him facing "virtual financial ruin".

South West Norfolk remained Conservative with a majority of 18,312 last time around.

A seemingly unassuming little blue and white teapot stirred up a bidding war when it went under the auction hammer during a sale at Oxburgh Hall.

Motorists have been urged to take extra care of high winds bringing down trees.

Police seized a dirt bike after it was ditched by the rider as they attempted to evade police in Harleston.

Hundreds of homes on the Norfolk and Suffolk border saw power supplies disrupted due to a faulty overhead cable.

Villagers are celebrating as weight restrictions banning HGVs passing through East Harling are set to be made permanent.

Police have confirmed the identity of the man whose body was found in the River Waveney and his next of kin have been informed.

An engineer whose arm was almost sliced off by machinery at a packaging company factory is suing for compensation of more than £200,000.

An appeal against the decision to turn down plans for a development of new homes on the edge of Eye is set to be heard in the New Year.

Norfolk armed forces officials have added their voices to opposition to a housing development that could put the future of a popular youth army cadet group in doubt.

The owners of a former burial ground in Diss have resubmitted plans to build a house on the site.

Diss Corn Hall is hoping for a financial boost towards its community programme thanks to a national campaign that doubles charitable donations.

Investigations are continuing into the circumstances surrounding a fire at an industrial unit on the Norfolk/Suffolk border that contained a cannabis factory.

Drivers could be facing tailbacks when roadworks began at one of the busiest junctions in a Norfolk town.

A woman has appealed for help to trace her partner who has gone missing sparking concerns for his safety.

Down a country lane in deepest South Norfolk there is a hidden time zone. Every hour brings a cacophony of chimes and winding is a never-ending task.

A140 motorists face disruption and bus passengers are being warned of changes to service changes due to roadworks in Long Stratton.

It seems like a galaxy far, far away where toys linked to films were a cottage industry and not a multi-billion pound franchises, and where manufacturers and retailers could be doubtful about the success of a new film called Star Wars.

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