Norfolk businesses have just three weeks to enter the Great British High Street Awards.
Charlie Hodson and artist Ruddy Muddy have begun their Norfolk Day tour of the county.
An amber weather warning has been issued for East Anglia, as the region braces itself for a dramatic change in weather.
Freeview viewers in Norfolk will need to retune their TV equipment today to make sure they keep receiving a complete channel list.
An update on a controversial public toilet block, on-street parking and an on going housing development are just some of the issues on the agenda at the next Diss Town Council meeting.
The owner of a family run business which has called Diss its home since 1971 has made the ‘heart wrenching decision’ to leave town after more than 45 years.
Families are being invited to spend Father’s Day at charity treasure hunt in Rushall, near Diss.
The owner of an antiques business has announced it is to leave the market town it has called home for more than 45 years.
A duo of Suffolk born cyclists have successfully cycled the length of the UK in a bid to raise money for two charities which are very close to their hearts.
An exhibition featuring the work of internationally renowned female artists including Barbara Hepworth and Tracey Emin is currently on display in The Corn Hall, Diss.
A district council has teamed up with Creative Arts East to help more communities to become dementia friendly and raise awareness of the issues people living with the condition face.
A group of primary school pupils have celebrated their musical skills and hosted their very own mini festival.
Fire crews have been called to a shed on fire in Saham Toney, after being alerted to the blaze by a member of the public.
A council leader has expressed his thanks to the community following the town’s annual carnival.
Filmgoers are being offered the chance to take a step back in time and experience the silent movie days of yesteryear.
A market town is preparing to welcome thousands of visitors for one its most eagerly anticipated events of the year.
A community radio station has been hard at work adding a splash of colour to its town’s railway station.
Temporary traffic lights on the A140, near Swainsthorpe are causing long delays for motorists this morning.
A campaign to make a south Norfolk village and the surrounding area a Dementia friendly community is being launched with a free event.
A new McDonald’s and Marks and Spencer are to be built alongside a BP petrol station and cafe close to a small village – despite objections from nearby residents.
Journalist and broadcaster Dame Jenni Murray, who is best known for presenting Woman’s Hour on BBC Radio 4, is to appear at Diss Corn Hall.
Freeview viewers in Norfolk and north Suffolk are being advised to retune their TV equipment this week to make sure they keep receiving a complete channel list including services from the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5.
A south Norfolk wide litter pick which saw thousands of bags of rubbish collected throughout the district has come to a close with the volunteers who took part recognised for their hard work.
A popular post office located in the heart of a Norfolk market town is set to remain open, despite fears that the branch was destined for closure.
Two councils have met to discuss a public block in a south Norfolk town, the future of which has long been a point of contention for people in the town.
A panto star who wowed millions of TV viewers on Britain’s Got Talent has thanked “wonderfully supportive” people who cheered him on throughout the show.
An opticians has teamed up with some of its customers to support a charity duck race in aid of the children’s charity Break.
Avid readers and fans of historical fiction are being encouraged to attend a book signing at an independent south Norfolk bookshop.
The residents of a South Norfolk care home have been treated to a visit from some unusual four legged visitors.
A South Norfolk pub has helped the East Anglian Practical Classic Car Club celebrate its 30th anniversary and raise money for a nearby school at the same time.
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