In this month's mayor's musings from Watton mayor, Tina Kiddell, she talks about the skate park and a new parkrun.
A Norfolk campsite is fighting to prove new mobile homes built on its grounds do not require relevant planning permission.
In a former school, buried deep in the heart of the Norfolk countryside, lies part of the county's living history.
A driver was caught watching television on his phone while driving under the influence of cannabis by police.
From Thor missiles armed and ready at RAF Feltwell and USSR leader Nikita Khrushchev being shown around RAF Marham, Norfolk played a crucial role during the Cold War.
The long-awaited return of a full time post office for a Norfolk town has finally arrived despite more than a week of delays.
From being unable to walk 25 yards without needing to take a break to pounding the streets for nearly 25 miles, Colin Hay's weight loss journey is astonishing.
A pub landlord has likened a dispute over an alleyway to the conspiracy theory over Barack Obama's birth certificate.
A Norfolk town is to challenge the fact people are asked to spend more in council tax than other residents in the same district.
A RAF navigator has become the first man to fly more than 6,000 hours in the soon-to-be-retired Tornado fighter jet.
People are being encouraged to attend a meeting to find out more information surrounding a £3.3 million pound scheme which will explore the Brecks.
More than 350 objections to a proposals for nearly 200 homes in a Norfolk village have been lodged.
The long-awaited opening of a Norfolk town's post office should take place next week, according to the owner.
This week's mayor's musings come from the mayor of Watton, Tina Kiddell.
A decade ago, one village gained a new landlord who managed to turn it from an unloved, run-down dying business into a thriving community pub.
After more than six months of waiting a Norfolk town has finally welcomed back a post office to its high street.
A domestic abuse charity based in Watton has been awarded more than £2.500 in grant funding.
A tourism app voiced by Stephen Fry which allows people to virtually explore some of Norfolk's towns and attractions has been launched.
A Norfolk MP's call for home-owners to have less power to object against housing developments has been branded "hypocritical" and "insulting".
A Norfolk school placed in special measures has shown improvements in controlling bullying but pupil progress is still lagging behind.
Nearly 30 proposed bungalows could be blocked due to concerns about the impact noise from a new road could have on existing home owners.
New play and exercise equipment along with a newly resurfaced car park has officially been completed at a village hall.
Imagine being given only two weeks to pack up all of your belongings, find a new place to live, and told to leave your childhood home to the army.
One of the busiest roads in a Norfolk town is to shut for nearly a week for resurfacing.
A Norfolk mayor who received abusive personal letters which led to her keeping a baseball bat by the side of her bed has spoken out about her experience.
A Norfolk town could be set for another influx of homes after plans for 54 new houses were submitted.
A project aiming to provide a programme of daytime events for older people in community venues has been shortlisted for a national award.
A couple have told how they want to move out of their Norfolk home after their driveway was repeatedly used as a toilet by passers-by.
Do you work and live on land whose owners are a mystery?
One of Thetford's children's centres could be saved after a County Hall rethink but the move does not go far enough according to critics.