A diner set up in memory of a 25-year-old woman has announced its closure.
A heritage organisation dedicated to keeping a town's history alive is on the hunt for a new home.
A mysterious, not-so-elegant figure has appeared in a countryside beauty-spot.
A popular tearoom which was forced to close last month has re-opened under new management.
Vehicles of a bygone era will this year fill Diss town centre for a fifth time.
Emergency services have been called to a fire next to a retail park.
Cutting a dash in the bright red colours of his regiment, a Second World War veteran was treated to a guard of honour by family and friends as he celebrated his 100th birthday.
A restaurateur who unwittingly paid two other people's electricity bills for seven years is moving to a new building and changing the name of her business.
A Cambridge University PhD student is helping plan the future of Thetford Forest.
A digger and trailer have been stolen from a south Norfolk village.
A community art project has been launched in the run-up to a summer festival to highlight the fashion industry's impact on the environment.
A carer who stole £600 from a 94-year-old man while he slept has escaped jail.
A Norfolk town has been hit by an unusual number of duck deaths - with one expert blaming "aggressive mating".
Flowers are being stolen from a town cemetery.
South Norfolk Police say recovery of a lorry carrying sawdust is proving "difficult" on the A140.
A cow and calf have died after a car hit them last night.
Two barns have been destroyed in a nighttime blaze that was tackled by around 80 fire fighters.
Toilets at an interchange have been closed to the public due to vandalisation.
Police found an inventive way of recovering a moped dumped in the woods today.
A talented Suffolk student has reached the junior's final of a computer science competition at the University of Oxford.
A woman has joined an increasing number of child minders across the country in offering free child care so mothers can attend cervical screenings.
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