England are set to take to the World stage as the last group for the World Cup get ready to play today.
Nwela our football predicting serval cat is proving that she does not actually know that much about football.
With Russia getting off to the perfect start as host nation beating Saudi Arabia 5-0 it was not the best start for our serval cat Nwela who predicted that Saudi Arabia would win.
With the World Cup kicking off today everyone will be trying to predict who is going to win each game and come out as the top of their group.
Police are on the hunt for the driver of a 4x4 after it was involved in a collision on the A47.
They say that anything is possible in the beautiful game. But now animals at a Norfolk zoo are going to be putting that to the test as they try to predict the results of the World Cup.
Jewellery has been stolen from a property in Watton.
Norfolk’s own Peter Rabbit had to be rescued in Watton after it had become stuck in a fireplace.
Tortoises can live for more than 100 years - but for one Norfolk tortoise, so far it has been 48 years of loneliness.
An education group in Diss will be starting the new year with a talk abut gemstones.
It was a night of celebration that had the audience cheering, smiling and even producing tears of joy.
A brewery in Eye has been accused of using sexist imagery to sell its beer.
“You can’t dampen our spirits” - that was the message from a primary school after its firework display was put in jeopardy by an arson attack.
There is always a lot going on in South Norfolk. Here are just a few ideas of what to do and where to go this weekend (Saturday, October 28 to Sunday, October 29).
Monarch Airlines has gone into administration and has cancelled around 300,000 future bookings.
Time is running out to nominate for the Stars of Norfolk and Waveney Awards.
They were once the comical characters of our birthday parties, seaside towns and family fetes.
They are the volunteer coaches who run our sports groups and the youngsters who give it their all to be the best.
Countless hours are spent by willing volunteers, local heroes and members of our communities to make their area a better place.
Going to work everyday is something that millions of people in the region do everyday.
Hard working teams can miss out on the full recognition that they deserve, especially when its network is so large and it never stops working.
A boy from Swaffham has kept his promise to his friends by donating his hair to charity.
The Stars of Norfolk and Waveney celebrates those who put other peoples lives before their own.
It has been recognising the unsung heroes of our region for more than a decade.
Our annual bid to recognise the people who do wonderful things in our wonderful region has begun.
A high-speed car chase led police across two counties and smashed through rail crossing barriers at Lakenheath train station, Station Road, last night.
A boy from Swaffham is shaving his golden locks to help raise money for charity.
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