After more than a decade of campaigning for an accessible second platform at Wymondham station, wheelchair users, cyclists, parents and the elderly are coming together to demand action.
Families took a step back in time at a town's fun day celebrating the 470th anniversary of Kett's rebellion.
Giant straw statues have been built in a Norfolk stubble field aiming to attract the attention of the next generation of young farmers.
Police seized a pick-up they saw behaving suspiciously in Wymondham.
Norfolk's Ruddy Muddy is a legend according to the Red Dwarf star Craig Charles.
Officers are hoping to crack down on a minority of troublemakers in Wymondham, with people being warned they face being barred from all nine pubs and bars in the town.
Drivers faced delays on the A11 in Norfolk today.
Tails were wagging at a special Easter hunt for dogs in south Norfolk.
The extraordinary story of poet George Szirtes' mother swims into focus from a few salvaged photographs
Fish can move more freely around a Norfolk river after an old weir was removed.
An egg-citing Easter competition with a twist is being held by a Norfolk care home.
A Norfolk high school has raised more than £1,000 for the air ambulance which saved the life of their teachers' young son.
A tour that celebrates both the fictional world of Matthew Shardlake and the facts about Kett's Rebellion will be offered free to celebrate English Tourism Week.
A man accused of daubing rude graffiti over police and court buildings is due to appear in court tomorrow.
Buses minister Nusrat Ghani explains what the money will be spent on and why it's needed
The thriving market town of Wymondham is one of Norfolk's historical treasures.
Customers of a former shop owner who was stabbed to death have described the father of two as "a gracious man" who went the extra mile for his patrons.
A long-running stalemate between developers and the city council over a Golden Triangle church has finally been broken - after councillors admitted they were "hung over a barrel" by the homebuilders.
Campaigners say they are prepared to dig in their heels over plans for a former methodist church to be turned into housing.
Mud, bitterly cold wind and driving rain failed to deter more than 500 runners, who turned out to take part in an annual cross country event held in aid of Norfolk-based charity Break on Sunday.
A developer could finally be set to succeed in its long standing ambition to convert a former Golden Triangle church into housing - though fierce opposition from neighbours remains.
Staff at John Lewis have seen their bonuses cut for the sixth year in a row, reducing the celebrated bonus to 3% of annual salary.
A man accused of daubing rude graffiti over police and court buildings has had his case adjourned.
Getting on to the property ladder can be difficult but now a new scheme from Bovis Homes is here to help ease the financial burden.
A Norfolk author has released a book partly inspired by his daily bus commute from Wymondham to Norwich.
A mechanical engineering contractor is hoping to fast-track its business objectives for the next five years, having being granted EU funding to launch an innovative growth programme.
From West Walton to Winterton and East Runton to Blo Norton, mobile libraries make more than a thousand stops a month right across rural Norfolk. We got on board with the books.
The £1.3 million mansion belonging to ex-Norwich City skipper Russell Martin has been snapped up by another former Canary - but who?
If you are looking for the perfect new home to buy in Costessey or Wymondham, Bovis Homes has an offer that's too good to miss.
Campaigners have breathed sighs of relief after a planning inspector decided councillors were correct to turn down a bid to turn a city church into 20 homes.
Emotions are running high as a project offering vulnerable and isolated men a place to 'fit in' teeters on the brink of closure.
The chief executive of a Norfolk-based national apprenticeship enterprise has said the industry is facing "challenging times" which cannot settle until the government is on firmer ground.
Making those videos a little more interesting
Trains between Norwich and Diss have been cancelled, leaving many football fans stranded as they try to make their way to Carrow Road.
The VivaVoices choirs' Christmas charity performances have raised £1490 for the Down's Syndrome Association.
A man whose white removals van had its tyres slashed and window damaged has today issued a warning to others following a spate of white van thefts across Norfolk and Suffolk.
A man accused of daubing rude graffiti over police and court buildings has been sectioned under the mental health act.
The Queen has an outstanding chance of taking the honours in Fakenham's feature race this afternoon on a six-race card which champion jockey Richard Johnson and trainer Olly Murphy could dominate.
A journalist at the EDP is celebrating after winning a top national trainee award.
A Norfolk teenage tenpin hotshot stunned competitors by rolling the holy grail of the bowling alley: a perfect 300 points from 12 strikes in a row.
Not in the Christmas spirit? I don't understand, writes Jo Malone
Proposals for large companies to publicly declare how many people they employ with disabilities have been met with a cool response by Norfolk employers.
When you can't blame the network or the engineers for the lack of rural Internet
Residents are being urged to keep their vehicles secure following a spate of van thefts.