Counting down for the switching on of the Christmas lights is one of our many festive traditions, so don’t miss out with our guide to some of the events around Norfolk this coming season.
A potential water crisis has been averted at a Norfolk animal rescue centre, thanks to the power of social media.
More than 50 members of staff at Archant, this newspaper’s publisher, have become dementia friends - in a bid to better understand the condition.
Mark Royal and Matt Flatman open the quarter-final stages of the men’s singles at Great Yarmouth Festival of Bowls today.
It’s a relatively new technology that drivers have been using to settle insurance claims and capture footage of the unexpected.
It started off as a handful of events taking place in Norwich but 15 years later and Norfolk’s Heritage Open Days (HODs) continues to grow in popularity.
They have been a part of civic life for 300 years - and now they are celebrating by putting £3m back into the community.
Do you take your dog to work? - If so, we want to hear from you.
Further calls have been made for people to stay safe at the seaside after several people got into difficulties during the weekend.
It’s one of East Anglia’s most enduring folk tales, that of a midnight black hell hound with eyes as red as glowing coals that roams the countryside and brings death to the door of anyone unfortunate to lock eyes with him.
East Anglia is home to a wide variety of theatres and playhouses, and performers from across the region, the UK and indeed the world, have graced their stages.
A £105,000 fund to support community groups across Norfolk and Suffolk has been announced today.
Lifeboat men and women stationed across Norfolk and Waveney, who regularly risk their lives to save others, both in and offshore, were honoured for their work at an awards ceremony last night.
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