It was all looking very James Bond-esque at Archbishop Sancroft High School in Harleston when pupils got a behind the scenes look at the science, technology, maths and engineering used by the armed forces.
Teachers and pupils alike had a great time celebrating Red Nose Day at Old Buckenham High School.
A village hall has held a grand re-opening following a substantial extension and refurbishment after receiving a grant from the Big Lottery Fund.
A Greggs store which closed unexpectedly for the second time in a year has closed for a refit, it has been revealed.
Two English teachers from Norfolk have decided to address the problem of language gaps between pupils from differing economic backgrounds by developing a ground breaking classroom resource.
Wymondham Symphony Orchestra has announced its spring concert will be a performance of Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade in the beautiful surroundings of Wymondham Abbey.
Ambitious fiction writers from across the East of England are being invited to enter an exclusive competition which could help them reach the next stage of their career.
Diss looks set to recognise the people who make the town a lovely place to live and work in.
Being fair and honest is the secret to a long and happy marriage according to Thelma and Brian Baker - and they should know, because they’re about to celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary.
A local government review has concluded South Norfolk council should remain the same size.
Around 80 primary schools will compete against one another to win a fully-installed interactive technology suite worth over £6,750.
A crowd gathered in Diss today as Dad’s Army and Eastenders star Ian Lavender opened the town museum for its new season.
Young street dancers from Norfolk and Suffolk were treated to a fantastic opportunity when members of Diversity came to visit their school.
In an isolated workshop on the Norfolk and Suffolk border, an award-winning business has been producing bespoke hand-made pens and delighting writers since 2013.
Many people are so keen to trace their family history that they are prepared to go the extra mile.
A children’s author and storyteller will pay an exclusive visit to Diss as part of special book tour.
Dad’s Army and EastEnders star Ian Lavender is set to open a popular Norfolk town’s museum this weekend.
Police are appealing for information from the public following a burglary in South Lopham.
One of the most respected and enduring voices of the British folk scene will be performing in South Norfolk this April.
An athletics club is inviting all members past and present to attend its annual general meeting as it prepares to celebrate its 65th anniversary.
A controversial bid to build 22 houses in a village will once again be discussed at South Norfolk Council’s Development Management meeting today.
Delving into the past, these primary schoolchildren unearthed some hidden treasures when they became archaeologists for the day.
A primary school has expressed its delight with the outcome of its recent Ofsted inspection.
A horse sanctuary is welcoming entries for its annual show.
The white male, described as 5ft 7in with ginger hair, was reportedly wearing a white shirt with black tie, black padded jacket and black trousers when he tried to use the counterfeit notes.
An amateur dramatic group is putting together a bid to buy an unused church to turn it into a permanent performance space.
She has lived through two world wars, 25 prime ministers and an age where the television – let alone the internet – was, for most people, purely a fantasy.
Trains between Norwich and Diss were severly affected by Storm Doris as high winds swept across the region.
A new vintage-inspired tearoom has been opened by a mother and daughter team.
A forgotten wildlife site is to be returned its former glory thanks to a new charity project.
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