Dramatic drone footage of a 600 tonne straw fire shows the ferocity and size of the blaze.
A 600-tonne straw fire which took 15 hours to finally die down has been described as “catastrophic” by the mayor of Watton.
A single mum of five said the pressure of paying for heating while she underwent treatment for cancer made her mental health “fall to pieces”.
Firefighters remained at the scene of a large straw stack fire which continued to burn more than 15 hours after the fire service arrived.
Drivers are being forced to pay a “stealth tax”, it has been claimed, after it was revealed car owners in Norwich paid £74 on average last year to park their cars.
Firefighters are at the scene of a large fire in Griston after a stack of straw bale caught alight.
Fire crews in Norfolk have been called to multiple fires in the open and a shed fire in a busy Saturday for firefighters.
A gang which committed more than 200 burglaries across the eastern region over an 11-month period, carried out almost 100 of the raids in Norfolk.
A major operation involving six government agencies and four police forces cracking down on illegal and unsafe activity on Norfolk’s roads has taken place.
A woman’s “idyllic” home was turned into a “part-dream, part-nightmare” after a crime gang had committed a burglary there, a court has heard.
Householders are being warned to be on alert for cold callers claiming to be police officers across Norfolk.
A Swaffham estate agent has been arrested on suspicion of fraud and theft, following an investigation by this newspaper.
Norfolk residents are being urged to help prevent the spread of Norovirus as several cases of the virus have been seen in the county.
A cash injection has been given to the region’s ambulance service as part of £1bn of funding announced by the government.
Around one in three children in Norfolk are doing fewer than 30 minutes of exercise a day, with even lower numbers doing the governmental guideline of one hour of activity a day.
A Norfolk MP has been left “angry and upset” by a conference call with inspectors overseeing the region’s mental health trust.
A team of literary whizzes from Norfolk headed to London to battle it out in the finals of the national Kids’ Lit Quiz competition.
A school which featured in a television series and has educated pupils through two world wars is appealing for the public’s help to save it from collapse.
A former Ofsted inspector has been appointed to lead an academy trust with schools in East Anglia.
Schools around Norfolk have been commemorating 100 years since the end of the First World War.
As part of our Books for Schools campaign we are on a mission to crown Norfolk’s favourite children’s book.
A popular Christmas song inspires finance columnist, Peter Sharkey, to look at what investment has been like in 2018.
Content has become one of those buzz-wordy sounding things that it is trendy to bash.
A Norfolk travel company has picked up a national travel award for the fifth year running.
Living for today doesn’t pay the bills, says Peter Sharkey – but you can make your money work for you.
In this week’s financial column, Peter Sharkey explains why it’s so easy to spend too much on fees when you’re investing – and how to reduce these costs.
A farmer who saw 1,200 tonnes of straw bales go up in smoke on his land believes he was targeted by arsonists.
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