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The Yuletide season is upon us, and Norfolk's finest free-range turkeys will begin leaving the fields this weekend to meet their festive destiny.

Plans to demolish a former shop and post office will be discussed by a district council.

Farmers have been urged be more open to educate the public about their environmental work - and insights from millennials could help change the conversation about how food systems are managed.

Four people are being hunted after thieves threw paint at school windows and let off a fire extinguisher.

As part of our regular series of profiles on the region's Young Farmers' Club members, 22-year-old butcher THOMAS BRYANT explains how a club visit as a child inspired his future career choices.

It was second time lucky for eight-year-old Crystal June Barnes when she auditioned for the Norwich panto.

Family and friends of a much-loved Dereham man came together again to celebrate his life at a second rave event.

A main road through one of Norfolk's biggest villages will be shut for 10 days.

The stock car fraternity paid tribute to legend and gentleman Horry Barnes at a race meeting.

Thousands of people enjoyed five days of top blues music in Mid Norfolk.

Two weeks of sport, culture, competitions and live music are being held in a mid-Norfolk village.

The green light has been given to turn a former Dereham department store into a two-storey gym.

A woman who threw two cats was today given a community sentence.

A have-a-go-hero was "grabbed around the throat" as he tried to stop a prolific thief with more than 220 offences on his record.

A car struck a deer on the A47 in Dereham in the early hours of the morning.

A film student from Dereham hopes her current project exploring abuse will be shown at a UK festival and then released to the public.

A music academy in mid Norfolk celebrated its 18th anniversary with a concert showcasing an eclectic and varied mix of music,

A group that fought for better access for disabled people in a mid Norfolk town has been forced to close.

A Norfolk-based band, which is now in its 87th year, will be giving a free evening concert next month.

It's previously focused more on beer, but gin and rum will do just as well, if the numbers attending a Mid Norfolk festival are anything to go by.

A Norfolk care home has been placed in special measures after being rated as inadequate for its overall service.

A chef has escaped jail after being found with a kitchen knife, throwing star and cannabis.

A post office and store that were ram-raided are rising from the ashes just in time to celebrate 50 years being run by the same family.

Our interactive Norwich City fanzine The PinkUn Show is LIVE from The Railway Tavern, Dereham as the Canaries prepare for their crucial Championship run-in.

House music pioneer Paul Oakenfold will get the party started when he performs in the city this Easter.

Members of a youth theatre group are busy rehearsing what they hope will be another great musical in Dereham.

Parents were left in tears of joy as children from Mattishall Primary School danced on stage to more than 600 people.

A dog owner is celebrating the return of her two beloved pets after a truck they were in was stolen more than two weeks ago.

A Mattishall father has hit out at the county council for refusing to grit a school bus route and said the village is "waiting for a fatal accident to happen".

The mother of a 14-year-old boy who has been diagnosed with cancer for the fourth time and has lost an eye and both leg bones to the disease says his latest relapse is "devastating".

It has been a decade since Peanut the cat last enjoyed cuddles with his owners.

A dog owner has made another emotional appeal for the return of her beloved pets after a truck they were in was stolen.

A dog owner is desperately appealing for help finding her beloved pets after a truck with the two animals in was stolen.

A tourism app voiced by Stephen Fry which allows people to virtually explore some of Norfolk's towns and attractions has been launched.

A rural transport scheme has launched an innovative new project to help people overcome barriers to getting back into employment.

An MP has praised pupils at a Mid Norfolk school for writing to him about their concerns for the plight of refugees around the globe.

Plans to develop a patch of land in Dereham which has sat empty for more than half a decade could bring up to 100 new jobs to the town.

Tha' was a fun owl' day at thur East Tuddenham Jubilee Hall when thur Friends of Norfolk Dialect (FOND) staged its annual pantomime.

A tenant ended her contract with a social housing landlord after her flat was flooded following an explosion.

A popular and treasured verger at a Norfolk church has retired after eight years of faithful service.

Parents living in a housing estate on the outskirts of Norwich have expressed frustration over the proposed cancellation of services on a bus route.

Looking for a walk to do with family and friends on Boxing Day? Take a look at our list of festive strolls and destinations below.

A dog-owner was left "heartbroken" after a hit-and-run driver knocked down her pet and sped off without stopping.

James Marston says the one big question that has been thrown up by the whole Brexit shambles is who is actually running the country

Members of a Mid-Norfolk community may get one extra Christmas card this year.

While you're tucking into Christmas lunch, opening presents, playing boardgames with the family or watching the Queen's speech, there are others in Norfolk who will be doing something a bit different. Here we tell their Christmas Day stories.

Norfolk County Council has said plans are in place to improve broadband speeds in the county on some of the worst streets in Norfolk, according to figures, with some already having access to superfast broadband.

The six wheels on a minibus were stolen while it was parked on an industrial estate in Dereham.

Figures have revealed the streets in Norfolk and Waveney which have access to both the fastest and the slowest broadband speeds, after a report has shown that more than a quarter of UK homes do not have fast enough broadband to cope with a family's typical internet needs.

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