It was an unusual setting for Raymond Briggs' classic tale The Snowman when it launched at Banham Zoo. And bosses even managed to create some extra winter magic.
A Norfolk firm supplying products like sausages and bacon has seen its pre-tax profits rise more than 11% to £47.4m - after exporting more pork to China.
A couple who have spent years behind the bar at a popular Norfolk pub are preparing to pull their last pints.
Norfolk's Banham Zoo has secured a global first with a magical Christmas tour of the Raymond Briggs' tale The Snowman and The Snowdog built from toy bricks.
People working at Thomas Cook travel agencies - with seven across Norfolk - face an anxious wait on jobs as the firm scrambles to avoid collapse.
A Norfolk zoo boss enlisted the help of a tiger to launch a new fund - but had to resort to a rather unusual ploy when the big cat decided not to play ball.
An award-winning village pub, dating to 1610, which is said to have a ghostly regular, is for sale for £475,000.
Most teenagers want to be pop singers or football stars - Stephen Fenby longed to be an accountant. Caroline Culot spoke to the chief executive of Diss-based Midwich which is enjoying meteoric growth with a group turnover last year of £574m.
A medieval manor house dating to the early mid 15th century in 785 acres including prime farmland and agricultural buildings, goes on the market today.
Visitors to Africa Alive! and Banham Zoo will be helping save endangered animals as part of a five-year plan revealed by the new boss.
The maker of one of the 'best white wines in the world' is bottling what he reckons will be a record vintage for England after last year's baking hot summer.
Two new tipples 'ice cider' and 'spicy fire cider vinegar' made by the Harleston Cider Co have just scooped an award.
A Baptist chapel in Brooke went under the hammer at auction today for £189,000, over the guide price of £125,000-£150,000.
It's the perfect house for Halloween but would you buy this converted chapel for sale near Diss which has a graveyard on the front lawn?
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