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The date of the long-awaited re-opening of a Norfolk town’s Post Office has been officially confirmed.

A family run firm in Norfolk has passed its fund-raising pledge and donated £40,000 to the nook appeal.

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

Dramatic drone footage of a 600 tonne straw fire shows the ferocity and size of the blaze.

A 600-tonne straw fire which took 15 hours to finally die down has been described as “catastrophic” by the mayor of Watton.

In 1988 Tina Kiddell was the youngest woman to ever become a London black cab driver, and only the 42nd ever woman to be given her badge.

A removals firm which carried Second World War pilots around the country and survived three recessions has celebrated its 90th birthday. Hadley and Ottaway removals was founded in Norfolk in 1928 by Jack Hadley and Herbert Ottaway, who with their single van began moving families around Norwich.

Family and friends yesterday paid an emotional farewell to Jon Collins, the pest control worker killed at Banham Poultry.

After nearly six months without a Post Office, the people of Watton will finally have somewhere to send their parcels from when the new Post Office opens in Watton Edwards News.

Towns across the region will remember the fallen soldiers and the centenary of the end of the First World War next weekend.

A pair of entertainer pals are hoping to add a touch of magic to North Walsham’s annual family fun day, by donating part of the proceeds of a circus-themed variety show they are staging at the town’s Atrium community arts centre to the popular summertime event.

Prepare to be amazed as Britain’s Got Talent runner-up Jamie Raven comes to the city with his latest show.

If you’re looking for luxury living in a new home, this weekend, many showhomes are open to potential buyers with several open events planned around the county.

People fear their town is “dying” after it was announced that one of its two banks is closing.

A “law-abiding citizen” who was unaware of laws against carrying a knife has avoided immediate jail after being found with a blade for self protection.

A town’s memorial gardens have been given a make over thanks to community engagement between the police and the local council.

As it celebrate its 20th anniversary, a family-run business which offers hearing care services from 25 centres across Suffolk and Norfolk is embarking on an ambitious expansion plan.

From manufacturing for NASA to advising Google – Norfolk companies are doing some spectacular things.

A tradesman is refusing to remove scaffolding from a newly-redeveloped city centre apartment block in a dispute over pay.

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Two homes in the same street in Watton were burgled on the same night.

Watton will hold its first open gardens and yard sale event this weekend.

A church says it has lost hundreds of pounds to an estate agent who has gone to ground owing landlords thousands.

It opened under a blaze of publicity, but a branch of the family electricals firm Adcocks is closing in Dereham.

All eyes are on Windsor tomorrow, as Prince Harry marries Meghan Markle.

A running club is staging a special 3.7-mile run in honour of a competitior who died in the London Marathon.

The mystery of who killed a Norfolk schoolgirl close to her home remains unsolved after a nationwide appeal to coincide with the 25th anniversary of her death drew a blank.

The Beast from the East is still causing havoc on public transport networks across the region.

Abel Homes has stepped in to help a village primary school to replant 200 willow saplings after the original trees were uprooted by vandals just days after being planted by pupils.

Children at a village primary school were devastated when the trees they had planted in the back field of their school had been completely destroyed in an act of vandalism – but a Norfolk house builder has now stepped in to give a helping hand.

Hundreds of people flocked to the first day of East Anglia’s largest wedding show this weekend.

A teenager who wants to reinstate a former railway line has started a petition to see if he has community support.

The new landlords of a village pub are hoping to encourage families to return to their local.

Trading in the run-up to Christmas exceeded expectations at a regional meat processor.

Independent retailers will be given an online shop window as part of plans to create a ‘digital high street’ in some of Norfolk’s market towns.

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