September 21 2014 Latest news:
It’s a village carnival which has been bringing the community together for 44 years.
Firefighters have had to rescue a person trapped in flooding in Quidenham.
She was in critical care just two months before her big award win.
A mental health trust has been urged to improve the standard of community-based support after a survey of patients ranked Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust near the bottom of a national league table.
Flash flooding has caused problems on a number of Norfolk roads this evening and created headaches for train travellers.
This weekend, millions of people are expected to tune in and watch the new series of television favourite Downton Abbey.
The final day of Great Yarmouth’s Out There Festival is underway.
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Diss Town will be looking to finally end their barren start to the term at the 10th time of asking.
Attleborough Town 3 Sprowston Wanderers 1
Five hours of strenuous match fishing left a Norfolk angler with aching arms after heaving out more than his own weight in carp.
It was quite a coincidence as two Great Melton sides completed their campaigns against Rocklands last weekend. Both won to preserve unbeaten records and both had plenty to celebrate as the curtain came down on another league season.
Danny Welbeck has warned Arsenal’s title rivals he is just warming up after opening his Gunners account.
Chelsea midfielder Ramires claims he will be staying at Stamford Bridge for ‘much longer’ despite not being an automatic first choice this season.
George Groves made a winning return to action in his first fight since losing to Carl Froch in May by outpointing Frenchman Christopher Rebrasse at Wembley Arena.