Three quarters of Norfolk police officers are unhappy with their pay and nearly half say they have low morale, according to a new survey.
Two workers at a Norfolk horse sanctuary are marking more than 50 years of helping rescue hundreds of horses and donkeys suffering neglect and abuse.
An appeal against the refusal of plans to build an eco-house close to Dickleburgh Moor has been rejected by a planning inspector.
Competing to see who can unearth the biggest bargains in Norfolk, poet Dr John Cooper Clarke and Phill Jupitus feature in Celebrity Antiques Road Trip this week.
The former offices of South Norfolk Conservative Association could be turned into a house after planners approved a change of use to residential.
While Bridget Riley is the subject of a blockbuster London retrospective exhibition, a Norfolk gallery is also hosting a celebration of her work.
Work to begin the restoration of an iconic windmill added to the buildings at risk list could begin next year allowing it to be re-opened to the public.
A horse owner has warned others to be extra vigilant as she spoke of her distress after one of her horses died after being brutally slashed in an attack.
Police are investigating reports of doorstep scam artists in South Norfolk claiming to be offering insulation on behalf of councils.
Wetherspoons has updated plans for its pub next to Diss Mere with initial work expected to finally start on the project before the end of the year.
A woman has pledged to set up a mobile dementia support van - dubbed the "Annie van" — in memory of her mother in an effort to help more families.
A couple have survived an adventure of a lifetime crossing Sri Lanka in a rickshaw and raising almost £3,000 for Brain Tumour Research.
A campaign to reduce the speed limit on a road where a cyclist was killed has been backed by a former police support officer who raised safety concerns several years ago.
Primary school children in Norfolk will begin to be immunised against winter flu this week after GP surgeries and schools received stocks of vaccines despite national shortages.
A mother left unable to afford to pay bills or to feed her daughter despite working as a courier driver has won a Universal Credit appeal tribunal over whether she was self-employed or not.
Drivers on roads across South Norfolk were caught for offences ranging from speeding to no insurance on a single night of police action.
Plans have been submitted that could see 40 new homes built on a disused three acre site that was once a town's railway station.
It is that time of the year again when the days start to get shorter as well as colder - and, as the seasons change, so do our clocks.
A mother of two being treated in Norfolk is part of a national campaign calling for improvements to support, treatment and care for those with incurable secondary breast cancer.
Homes and businesses have had electricity restored seven hours after a power cut caused by a fault with overhead cables.
A prominent building overlooking Diss Mere that was formerly the headquarters of South Norfolk Conservatives could be turned into a house.
Drivers have been warned to avoid the area following a crash between two cars that has blocked the road between Diss and Attleborough.
A new roadside motel could be built next to the recently opened service station at the busy roundabout junction between the A140 and A143.
The selfless work of a volunteer who has been the lynchpin of community spirit amongst his neighbours for four decades has been celebrated as he prepares to step down.
A town plagued by trucks trying to negotiate its narrow streets is set to carry out its own traffic survey in the latest step towards imposing restrictions banning HGVs.
Police are urging people to be vigilant after an elderly man was conned out of thousands of pounds by a telephone scammer.
Plans for a storage container park on the road between Diss and Palgrave have been refused because of concerns over traffic safety.
The team behind a town carnival that sees thousands line the streets have revealed a pun-laden space theme for next year's event.
A community award-winning fish and chip shop is preparing to serve hundreds of free sausage and chips meals to Halloween trick-or-treaters.
A woman died and seven people were injured in a crash that closed a major road close to the Norfolk Suffolk border for several hours.
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