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For decades he has taken to the skies to capture breathtaking views of Norfolk, which many of us would otherwise never see.
A rare opportunity to become the new owner of a Victorian railway station has arisen after the historic property was put up for sale.
Cameras are to be allowed to capture courtroom drama over a century after they were banned following a trial involving a notorious murderer and a woman from Norfolk.
What a difference a decade makes. As we enter the 2020s, winding the clock back 10 years reveals just how much Diss has changed.
A town's links to the founding of America are to be marked as part of international celebrations of the 400th anniversary of the sailing of the Mayflower.
A much-loved Norfolk church is to share in a £523,000 funding payout from the National Churches Trust.
A seemingly unassuming little blue and white teapot stirred up a bidding war when it went under the auction hammer during a sale at Oxburgh Hall.
Down a country lane in deepest South Norfolk there is a hidden time zone. Every hour brings a cacophony of chimes and winding is a never-ending task.
Hidden Second World War buildings previously closed to the public will be opened after plans were approved for Old Buckenham Airfield.
The top 15 Norfolk churches in urgent need of repairs have been revealed, after a trust released an "anxiety list".
Could the stories behind the town sign at Diss have inspired the legend of Robin Hood? Dr Andrew Tullett investigates.
Grants to carry out urgent repairs at 15 churches have been made by the Norfolk Churches Trust.
Work is set to begin to restore a historic walkway as a new community 'green promenade' after agreement was reached with two councils over the land.
A village has its first war memorial, with a secret inside, more than 100 years after the First World War ended.
First World War memorials across the region have been Grade II listed to mark 100 years since the first Armistice Day silence.
A six decade old hit-and-run mystery has been revealed to be Suffolk's oldest unsolved homicide case - but just who killed Ernest Whistlecraft on a rural village road in 1958?
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.
With Halloween just around the corner, what else might be waiting out there? Venture with us into the realms of ghosts, spirits and phantoms
A woman who spent 12 years in bed, a soldier who died in a wheelbarrow, and a woman cured by drinking a pint of gin are some of the colourful tales of a village's past and its people which have been revived in a new book.
Descendants of pioneering Diss agricultural manufacturer Elijah Young returned to Diss to see the restoration of one of his most famous products go on display in the town.
A piece of industrial and agricultural history has been returned to the Norfolk town where it was made over a century after it was last used in the fields.
Each church has a new tune as part of music created by a composer who has worked with some of the biggest names in the industry
A group of veterans were able to retrace some of their footsteps after visiting the Norfolk Tank Museum.
A research project employing 21st century technology is trying to find the truth behind the legend that a circus elephant is buried in Diss.
As we experience the hottest July day in the region on record it's timely to look back on heatwaves past.
The race around at-risk churches features some of the county's most beautiful buildings.
Another of the most historic buildings in Diss, the Grade II listed Tudor House, is looking for a new owner after being put up for sale.
A landmark former merchant house and pub that is one of the most iconic buildings in Diss has been sold prior to coming up at auction.
Norfolk is hosting a weekend of centenary celebrations of one of the great feats of aviation, the first double airborne crossing of the Atlantic.
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