A village school has been retained its 'good' rating following its first Ofsted inspection in seven years.
A Suffolk playschool for children with additional needs has been targeted by 'mindless vandalism' on four occasions in one week.
Wide variations in primary places in South Norfolk have been revealed by new figures showing some schools having to turn away pupils while others struggle to fill classes.
More than 100 schoolchildren from across Norfolk joined forces to take part in an anti-bullying project that aims to support pupils who have been targeted by bullies.
Breakfast is said to be the most important meal of the day - and even more so for children preparing for exams.
A south Norfolk pre-school rated "inadequate" by Ofsted is making strides towards improvement.
A royal visitor dropped in on nursery pupils in Norfolk to lend a hand with their preparations for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
Plans have been submitted to repair a Grade II listed building at a school that has had to be partially closed due to its leaky roof and fears over its structural stability.
Nine secondary schools in Norfolk have more than one in five of their places for the new intake in September unfilled, figures reveal.
When it came to holding a 102 birthday celebration there was only one choice for Lilian Blogg, the supermarket she has been visiting almost daily for decades and whose fish and chips she credits with keeping her healthy.
Parking enforcement officers are being brought in from King's Lynn as part of a drive to tackle illegal parking in Diss.
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 former workshop of a Diss builder who specialised in the maintenance of listed buildings could be turned into three new houses.
A Norfolk couple who watched on helplessly as their Grade II listed thatched cottage went up in flames are now living in the charred aftermath of the blaze.
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