A pedestrian has been left with serious injuries after being hit by a car in an accident that closed the A140 for more than four hours.
A Norfolk mother-of-four who became well known online through her beauty videos has revealed in an emotional final posting how she received the devastating news she has just weeks to live.
An award-nominated author of romantic novels is set to launch her latest book at the Norfolk auction house that inspired part of its plot.
Rail passengers using a Norfolk station can now get live up-to-date information on the availability of car park spaces before they travel.
A major increase to the size of a mushroom farm in a Norfolk village has been given the go-ahead despite concerns it will increase traffic.
Two drivers escaped serious injury after a crash at a crossroads that saw a busy rural road closed for almost three hours.
A man has been jailed for 35 months after having a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old girl and telling her family he was a college student to convince them he was 17.
A priest has swapped Accra, the bustling capital of Ghana, for a new parish in the sleepy Norfolk town of Diss.
A scheme to scare off pigeons whose unsightly droppings have been a persistent problem on a high street has got off the ground with the first flights of a falcon.
Work on the new JD Wetherspoons pub next to Diss Mere is set to finally start before the end of the year, the site owner has confirmed.
A Norfolk horticultural society that this year celebrated its 175th anniversary, making it one of the oldest in the country, has crowned its best growers at an annual show.
Basil Brown was a self-taught archaeologist who confounded the experts when he unearthed one of the most significant archaeological finds in British history.
A £500,000 expansion to a health centre set to get 3,000 extra patients has been opened to help a Norfolk-Suffolk border village cope with its rapidly expanding population.
Heritage comes on four or two wheels with a host of vintage vehicles set to fill Diss town centre this year for a fifth time this weekend.
A replica First World War Fokker tri-plane crashed at Old Buckenham Airfield because of a misunderstanding over what runway to use, an investigation found.
The owner of a motorcycle school has been forced to scrap plans for a new training centre in Diss because of concerns from neighbouring businesses about noise.
A military veteran feared one of his beloved dogs might not survive after she was badly injured on broken glass that had been dumped on the edge of Thetford Forest.
Investigations have been launched into a spate of rubbish bins set on fire at locations close to Diss in the space of 45 minutes.
A 97-year-old Second World War bomber hero has been inundated with new visitors after an online appeal for more people to visit him and hear his amazing wartime stories.
A historic Norfolk hotel and bar that has twice featured on TV programme The Hotel Inspector has been put up for sale by its flamboyant owner.
Construction on the £4.57m new roundabout on the A140 near Long Stratton will set to completed in November as work continues despite the reopen of a key link road.
A headmistress who inspired generations of children has been remembered by having a new bridge linking her former school to nature meadows named in her honour.
Firefighters tackled a blaze that swept through sheds and caravans that broke out in the early hours near a South Norfolk village.
A string of motoring offences was uncovered during a major police operation aimed at disrupting criminals using roads in South Norfolk.
A mass brawl broke out at a family funfair in Diss leaving bystanders trying to intervene to protect victims being attacked while a teenage girl is alleged to have been assaulted.
The incredible true story of missing Second World War soldier and prisoner of war Arthur Robinson is told in a show by his great-nephew coming to Diss.
Road resurfacing work looks set to bring traffic disruption to a busy junction in Long Stratton.
A Norfolk man is due to appear in court later this week charged in connection with firearms offences.
Motorists are braced for another weekend of disruption with part of the A140 closed as part of work to complete a new roundabout near Long Stratton.
Women at the wheel of more than 100 vintages tractors in every shade of pink this year raised a record amount for breast cancer research.
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