April 20 2014 Latest news:
Take care with barbecues in wooded areas – that’s the warning from Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service today after being called out to three fires this morning.
Hopes are high that visitor numbers at a Breckland heritage site will double after the venue was given a new lease of life.
Concerns have been raised in Watton over the GP surgery’s ability to cope with the town’s growing population.
The best things do not always come in small packages, as one-year-old Great Dane cross Amber shows perfectly.
Bosses on the £102m A11 dualling scheme are hoping for the sun to keep shining as the project enters the home stretch.
It’s 50 years this weekend since pirate station Radio Caroline began broadcasting off the East Coast – and changed music forever. Former pirate radio DJ Tom Edwards reflects on those heady days...
FOLK music, tenors, young musicians and pianists will all feature in the 2014 Gordano Valley Arts Festival for which tickets are now on sale.
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Swaffham’s season may finish tomorrow but they have already begun planning for rugby’s return in the autumn.
High-flying Newmarket’s 100pc home record was ended by Swaffham, thanks to a late penalty securing an excellent 25-23 victory.
Swaffham Town’s promotion hopes suffered a serious blow on Saturday.
Tim Sherwood’s position as head coach comes under increasing scrutiny each week, but forward Harry Kane insists it is not distracting for the players.
Brede Hangeland, the sole survivor of Fulham’s great escape six years ago, is confident Felix Magath’s side can pull of a similarly-epic escape this term.
Colchester United boss Joe Dunne insists that a second successive relegation campaign is “unacceptable.”