A Norfolk village plans to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War by adding the names of two men to its war memorial.
The saga over the Diss chickens has taken another twist after a resident in the area raised health concerns and said her estate was being “overrun” by them.
Chickens living in a market town housing estate in Norfolk have hit the headlines, but as their numbers continue to rise residents are asking “what will happen to our chickens?”.
The owner of a boarding kennels where the incessant barking and howling of dogs became a serious nuisance will have to cut the number of animals kept there.
A lifeguard programme set-up in South Norfolk has proved a success after youngster learnt valuable life lessons.
Some youngsters from disadvantaged backgrounds do not get a chance to enjoy some of the simple things in life like going swimming.
A Norfolk town has been able to order a defibrillator after a community group donation.
Plans have been submitted to rebuild part of a Grade II listed Norfolk mansion that was damaged by a wartime bomb.
The big day has arrived - hundreds of people in South Norfolk will be celebrating everything there is to love about our county.
A Norfolk town is set to keep its town centre public toilet block after it was saved from demolition.
The first ever Norfolk Day is set to take place on Friday, July 27 with businesses and communities hosting hundreds of events across the county.
A group of children will be representing Norfolk at a special concert commemorating the centenary of the end of the First World War.
People in Norfolk are being encouraged to dress up as hares in order to help break one of the more unusual world records.
A pensioner fears he will have to give up his flock of 50 racing pigeons after a housing association said he can not move them to his new home.
Almost 3,000 new homes were completed in Norfolk last year, new figures have revealed, but there were parts of the county where fewer were constructed than the year before.
High-flying flags of St George, a possible big screen for the final and even a pledge to name new roads after players.
It was at the heart of the Harleston community for 30 years, but now the bulldozers could be about to move in on the former Apollo Club.
Hundreds of youngsters have been given a lesson in water safety as part of the Royal Lifesaving Society’s drowning prevention week.
A day to celebrate the best of what South Norfolk has too offer has been called the biggest show of the council’s year as it returned for its ninth year.
Norfolk Day will go down in history. Not only as the first ever but it may also go into the record books as a Norfolk council attempts to break a Guinness World Record.
South Norfolk Council’s Pub of the Year competition has launched with residents now being able to vote for their favourite pub.
South Norfolk is getting ready for a spectacular family day out as South Norfolk on Show returns for its ninth year.
Visitors to South Norfolk on Show could be in with a chance of winning a GoPro camera worth £200.
A council has become the second in the county to be deemed “outstanding” for creating the right infrastructure as more houses are built.
Two clouded leopards, ring-tailed lemurs and even a zebra. These are just some of the exotic animals being kept privately across Norfolk.
An update on a controversial public toilet block, on-street parking and an on going housing development are just some of the issues on the agenda at the next Diss Town Council meeting.
A district council has teamed up with Creative Arts East to help more communities to become dementia friendly and raise awareness of the issues people living with the condition face.
A campaign to make a south Norfolk village and the surrounding area a Dementia friendly community is being launched with a free event.
A Norfolk leisure centre will be closed for several days next week.
They are the people who put in the hard work and never ask for anything in return.
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