August 22 2014 Latest news:
The nervous wait was finally over this morning, as pupils across central Norfolk opened their GCSE results.
A campaign group has pledged to work more closely with the mental health bosses in Norfolk and Suffolk, it has been announced.
Nominations are set to open for the second Norfolk Care Awards, which aim to showcase and highlight excellence amongst care and support services across the county.
The growing popularity of e-cigarettes has been partly blamed on a dramatic decrease in the number of people accessing NHS services to quit smoking.
A council cabinet member has stepped down from his position citing a difference in direction with the leader.
In the second of a five part series we look at some ideas to keep your family entertained this summer. Today it’s all about what you can do indoors.
Brothers Ethan and Reuben Harvey have gone that extra mile to commemorate the centenary of the start of the First World War - by digging a trench in their back garden and staging mock battles.
The Halesworth Arts Festival has grown over the years to become one of the region’s most popular festivals and this year one of this country’s finest actors will be taking part.
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The weekend involved a medal round for both ladies and men at Swaffham Golf Club on the Saturday followed by a “sixes” fun competition on the Sunday.
Thetford Town earned local bragging rights by seeing off Swaffham Town in the FA Cup extra preliminary round.
Swaffham Summer Sevens were once again played in perfect weather as teams travelled from all around East Anglia for the tournament.
Chris Nudds of Cycling Club Breckland won the Veterans Time Trials Association East Anglia 10-mile time trial on Saturday.
Thetford Town got off to a flying start with a 2-1 victory at FC Clacton on the opening weekend of the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division season.
Darcy Ward was banned from riding in Sunday’s Grand Prix because he failed a pre-meeting alcohol test.
Current and former members of Norfolk Hash House Harriers running club have come together to celebrate the club’s 30th anniversary.
Wheelchair tennis ace Alfie Hewett has improved his men’s singles world ranking to number 18 and moved up to British number three in the process after a successful summer.