A Norfolk museum has received an important piece of history from the Second World War.
England are set to take to the World stage as the last group for the World Cup get ready to play today.
With the country being struck with World Cup fever and celebrating with flags, parties and football kits - one Norfolk fish and chip shop has decided to show its support in a rather unique way.
Nwela our football predicting serval cat is proving that she does not actually know that much about football.
A “top-less” windmill that had its sails removed for renovation is set to be turning again with the next year.
A vintage rally and country fair will take heritage enthusiasts back in time with displays of more than 600 steam engines, vintage tractors and classic cars.
With Russia getting off to the perfect start as host nation beating Saudi Arabia 5-0 it was not the best start for our serval cat Nwela who predicted that Saudi Arabia would win.
With the World Cup kicking off today everyone will be trying to predict who is going to win each game and come out as the top of their group.
They say that anything is possible in the beautiful game. But now animals at a Norfolk zoo are going to be putting that to the test as they try to predict the results of the World Cup.
A tortoise that is looking for love after nearly 50 years of being single is still on the hunt for his shellmate - after several rounds of speed dating failed to do the trick.
They are the people who put in the hard work and never ask for anything in return.
Residents had “nothing to fear” when a stunt plane was seen doing daring tricks over a Breckland town as part of wedding celebrations.
As a way of marking a town’s wonderful carnival, we certainly can’t think of a batter way to do it...
Fashion lovers of South Norfolk will be able to get their hands on some of the biggest names in designer clothes at this months Vintage Fashion and Furnishings Sale.
Tortoises can live for more than 100 years - but for one Norfolk tortoise, so far it has been 48 years of loneliness.
They are the vehicles that have worked in our Norfolk fields for more than 100 years, helping our ancestors live off the land.
The headline acts of a South Norfolk town’s new festival have been announced.
A primary school’s £5.75m upgrade that will see its pupil capacity greatly increase has begun.
South Norfolk Council has chosen the community groups across the district to give funding to.
A father had to carry his children to safety after sewage and flood water filled their home, forcing the family-of-five to move out and live in a damp caravan.
The Heritage Triangle in Diss is a base of culture, history and entertainment.
Developers are hoping to build more than 200 new homes in a Norfolk village.
There is still time to enter the Norfolk Community Foundation’s photo challenge in celebration community life in Norfolk.
A community store has come together to raise more than £1,000 to help buy a new bike for Tobias Hill - a boy born with a one-in-a-billion chromosome condition.
A new event has been added to the Norfolk music calendar, with a festival in one of the county’s market towns.
A driver has been stopped after trying to travel with a sofa strapped to the roof of a vehicle.
“Oh deer oh deer” - That is what firefighters in Norfolk were saying this morning after being called to multiple incidents of deers stuck in railings.
More than 120 objections have been lodged against a controversial bid to build 165 homes in a village.
Zumba, history of art and a knitting club are amongst the activities on throughout February at The Pennoyer Centre in Pulham St Mary, near Diss.
A group of youngsters were given the chance to experience working as an artist after spending a day printing African inspired wall hangings.
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