While many of us have enjoyed working in the comfort of an office, David Large has battled through all weathers and seasons to run his market stall for nearly half a century.
Families are being offered to chance to win an annual pass to one of Norfolk’s most popular tourist attractions.
The outgoing president of a South Norfolk Rotary club has been awarded one of the highest accolades a Rotarian can receive.
A South Norfolk school which was deemed as requiring improvement by Ofsted has performed well following an interim inspection.
A weekend of creativity and entertainment including international musicians, comedy, live theatre and children’s workshops is set to come to a Norfolk town.
A village fete has raised more than £2,500 to help with the continued maintenance and upkeep of its village hall.
A South Norfolk community has celebrated the opening of its state-of-the-art community centre.
A memorial football match in honour of a local legend and king of Norfolk sport Les King is expected to attract more than 100 players and raise thousands for a cancer support charity.
Wymondham is set to be awash with beloved fictional characters, such as Harry Potter and the BFG, when its annual carnival comes to town this weekend.
A market town is tuning up for its largest annual singing event, which this year will be in aid of The Fire Fighters Charity.
More than 120 tractors took to South Norfolk’s roads for the 14th Pink Ladies Tractor Run in aid of Cancer Research UK’s Breast Cancer Appeal.
Park road in Diss was closed for almost 90 minutes whilst emergency services attended a crash involving three vehicles.
With less than three weeks to go until a community festival takes to the streets of a South Norfolk town, young volunteers have been busy launching the event.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a burglary in Wortwell, near Harleston in South Norfolk
How does a pub celebrate its six month birthday? With a beer festival, of course.
More than 120 tractors will turn the roads of South Norfolk pink this weekend for the 14th Annual Pink Ladies Tractor Road Run.
A museum which commemorates one of the darkest periods of East Anglia’s History is celebrating two landmark anniversaries this year.
These days it is common for people to chop and change their jobs and even their careers.
Police are investigating after three vehicles were targeted by vandals in Diss.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a vacant property in Diss was damaged and had its windows smashed overnight.
Members of a South Norfolk swimming club performed brilliantly at county-wide swimming competition.
Members of the public in South Norfolk are being offered the chance to quiz local police officers on a range of issues in a live web chat.
For the first feature in what will be an ongoing series, we asked 10 questions to Christina Worby, of Diss Publishing Bookshop.
Residents were advised to keep their homes secure following a spate of recent burglaries when the county’s police and crime commissioner held a street surgery.
With a host of activities and events taking place across the county this weekend, here are just a few ideas of what to do.
Buskers are being encouraged to get involved in a popular community arts festival.
A primary school has been rated “inadequate” and put in special measures following an inspection which said leaders had not addressed a number of issues highlighted in previous reports.
Fears have been raised that a small Norfolk village will not be able to cope with the effects of a housing expansion which a parish council has described as “monstrous”.
Three teenagers have been charged by police in connection to far-right and anti-Semitic graffiti being sprayed on walls in Long Stratton earlier this year.
A village has voted unanimously to start a campaign to buy and save its threatened pub from closure and redevelopment.
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