A new service station on the A140 has opened to motorists for the first time but with no sign of the planned drive-through McDonald's.
A village school has been retained its 'good' rating following its first Ofsted inspection in seven years.
An award-winning wildlife filmmaker and photographer who has worked closely with Sir David Attenborough is visiting the Waveney valley to help launch a programme of events highlighting the decline of native insects and plants.
A village cricket match had to be abandoned after the air ambulance developed a fault while airlifting a woman who had suffered a heart attack.
A Norfolk garden designer has scooped a gold medal at the Chelsea Flower Show for a special garden marking the centenary of education charity Montessori.
Firefighters from Norfolk and Suffolk were called in to deal with a blaze that broke out in the garage of a residential property in Eye.
Some of the region's best folk musicians will be performing at a South Norfolk pub as part of the inaugural Burston with Folk.
A rare music box has sold for £26,000 after a Norfolk man's lifetime collection of mechanical music spanning more than 140 years went under the auction hammer.
Plans have been submitted that would see the upper floor of a town centre office building converted into apartments.
Police are trying to establish why an envelope containing cash was posted through a letterbox.
A scheme to ease traffic congestion in Diss will not achieve its goal unless planners rethink part of it, the town council has warned.
Customers will get the chance to sample tipples from near and far in the first gin and beer festival being held at a historic pub on the Norfolk/Suffolk border.
Eleven volumes of the Francis Blomefield's life work that offer a fascinating glimpse into Norfolk's past have exceeded the estimate after being sold at auction in Diss
Villagers have officially become townsfolk after Long Stratton changed its status in response to its rapid growth.
Police investigating an incident where a man was found by the side of the road with head injuries have made an arrest.
A motorist is facing a lengthy ban from behind the wheel after being arrested on suspicion of drink driving when their car collided with a brick wall where children catch the school bus.
Firefighters were called to a building on fire in a South Norfolk village in the early hours of the morning.
A teenager killed when her car crashed on the A140 had been exchanging phone messages at the time of the accident, an inquest has heard.
The ceremonial robes of Diss have changed hands with Sonia Browne becoming only the second woman and the first person of colour to be elected town mayor.
A driver walked away without serious injuries from a crash that saw their 4x4 vehicle flip over on to its roof.
The A140 was closed following an accident involving two cars at Brome, near Eye.
Motorists are set to face disruption when bridge repairs close a road that is a popular short cut to and from a Norfolk town.
Three chainsaws were among items stolen when a shed and garage were targeted by burglars in the village of Wortham, near Diss.
A holiday park in the South Norfolk countryside is planning to expand thanks to the boom in glamping that is drawing tourists into Norfolk.
An Honest Gentleman, coming to Diss Corn Hall, is a light hearted and entertaining musical play that tells the story of Aylsham-born highwayman Thomas Easter.
A shortfall in elected councillors has left a town council looking to co-opt seven additional volunteers to make up its number.
Community-minded citizens at both ends of the age range have been recognised by being named Diss honoured citizen and junior good citizen for the coming year.
Emergency services were called to a collision on the A140 at the same junction where a motorcyclist was left with serious injuries just days before.
Motorists faced lengthy delays after the closure of the A140 to deal with a lorry whose load had become unstable as it drove around a roundabout.
Police investigating the death of a man found with head injuries in the grounds of Diss church are awaiting the results of tests.
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