The plight of a man living on the streets of Long Stratton has so moved a primary school pupil that he used his pocket money to help him.
A Norfolk chip shop is set give a day’s takings to a charity that helps vulnerable military veterans to re-integrate back into society.
A modern house that would have been built on stilts beside the river on the border between Norfolk and Suffolk has been turned down because of its adverse impact on nearby listed buildings.
A Norfolk restaurant closed due to a cockroach infestation is to remain shut for the foreseeable future while ways to tackle the problem are assessed.
A major operation has repaired a broken mains pipe raising hopes supplies will soon be reconnected to hundreds of households experiencing who experienced a chilly night without heating.
A community centre at the heart of social life in a South Norfolk village has reopened after being left devastated by flooding.
Hundreds of households have been left facing days without heating, hot water or being able to cook after damage to a gas mains pipe.
It was the war to end all wars in which millions of people died on the battlefields of Europe and further afield. A hundred years on South Norfolk paid its respects to the fallen and marked the armistice.
It was The Great War, the war to end all wars in which millions of people died on the battlefields of Europe and further afield.
Players with a Norfolk village football club will be marking the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War by taking to the pitch wearing the names of soldiers who gave their lives.
This huge image of a horse, spanning more than 200 metres, has appeared in a secluded field on the Norfolk-Suffolk to remember the role that animals played in the First World War.
A Norfolk school is being sued for damages of up to £150,000 by a woman who broke her wrist when she tripped over a kerb in its car park.
Campaigners detected more than 450 speeding drivers across South Norfolk last month.
Norfolk police are appealing for the public’s help to trace a man who is wanted in South Norfolk.
Continuing the great success of Diss Golf Club Ladies’ Section in Suffolk County matches this year, Diss Ladies have marked winning the final of the Suffolk County Stearn Trophy.
A housing development in a South Norfolk village that would include a community for older people as well as a hairdresser’s and coffee shop have been approved.
A popular fish and chip shop that served 300 free portions of sausage and chips to Halloween trick-or-treaters is to again give free fish and chips on Christmas Day to those in need.
Work has begun on a controversial new service area on the A140 that was given the go-ahead despite objections from nearby residents.
A boarded up pub that Norfolk villagers have fought to reopen could be partially demolished under new plans submitted by its owner.
Landlords facing fines of up to £30,000 for failing to comply with new rules governing multiple occupancy houses are being offered an amnesty if they apply for a licence before the end of this month.
Two South Norfolk businessmen are giving Santa a hand this year and have donated two truck loads of toys and gifts to help families in need.
Generous farmers dug deep over the summer and donated £2,000 to a hospice in return for a free check on the moisture in their crops provided by a Diss firm.
A South Norfolk care home has retained its rating of Good from the Care Quality Commission.
Nature came to a nursing home when residents got an unusual four-legged visitor offering the chance to meet an orphaned deer up close.
Traffic will be disrupted in two South Norfolk villages as work begins on separate schemes to resurface a road and improve footpath links.
Plans to build a large extension to a historic former South Norfolk chapel turning it into a five-bedroom house could be set to be rejected by planners.
A life-size silhouette statue of a soldier that will take pride of place at First World War centenary events in Diss has taken up his first posting.
An inquest has opened into the death of a 54-year-old man who died when his car was struck by a train on the Norwich to Ipswich and London mainline.
A Norfolk circus that has entertained families across the region for the past decade is to pack away its Big Top for good blaming the rising costs of putting on their shows.
Train services on the mainline to London are returning to normal following cancellations and disruption brought by a track safety inspection.
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