The potential reintroduction of rail services between two Norfolk towns has been hailed by campaigners as the “biggest game changer in a generation”.

A couple whose mutual love of dancing brought them together have celebrated their platinum wedding anniversary.

A man has been charged with assault after three people were spat at in the centre of a Norfolk town.

Attempts to bring two stretches of Norfolk railway back into full working order have taken a further step forward.

In late January, many of us still believed the effects of coronavirus would not impact our day-to-day lives.

On the evening of Monday, March 23, 2020, Boris Johnson uttered that almost unthinkable instruction: “you must stay at home”.

A magnificent country house has announced it will reopen with an exhibition from esteemed sculptor Anish Kapoor.

A trust which transformed a neglected nature trail into an outdoor learning area is asking for the public’s support in its bid to earn crucial funding.

A builder was found dead by police at his house, an inquest has heard.

Alcohol may have impaired the ability of a cyclist who died in a crash to ride safely, an inquest has heard.

Divisive proposals to build a crematorium in a Norfolk village have been thrown out by councillors.

The director of a care provider is stepping down after inspectors found an allegation of staff harming a patient had not been properly investigated.

A £100,000 scheme aimed at improving safety on a major Norfolk road is under way.

All staff at a cosmetics firm have now been made redundant after administrators decided it could not be saved.

An artist who uses the back of his muddy van as a canvas has paid tribute to Dame Vera Lynn with his latest design.

A former air force corporal refused to let lockdown dampen spirits as she reached her 100th birthday.

Thirty-seven workers have lost their jobs and 60 more face an uncertain future after a beauty and cosmetics firm collapsed.

A struggling entertainment venue has received almost £35,000 in emergency funding to help ensure its survival.

Shoppers and business owners in Diss were in high spirits as non-essential shops opened for the first time since lockdown began.

A former army sergeant who served during the Second World War was treated to a memorable 100th birthday celebration.

An auction house is set to hold its first on-site sale since coronavirus lockdown restrictions were introduced in March.

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