South West Norfolk remained Conservative with a majority of 18,312 last time around.
It seems like a galaxy far, far away where toys linked to films were a cottage industry and not a multi-billion pound franchises, and where manufacturers and retailers could be doubtful about the success of a new film called Star Wars.
Less than the half the people in parts of Norwich still back the Royal Family while those in South West Norfolk are its most staunch supporters, new research has shown.
Three quarters of Norfolk police officers are unhappy with their pay and nearly half say they have low morale, according to a new survey.
It is that time of the year again when the days start to get shorter as well as colder - and, as the seasons change, so do our clocks.
Police are warning people in South Norfolk and Breckland to be vigilant after a number of vehicles have been broken into in the past week.
A driver has expressed his shock that an overtaking move he captured while driving on a rural Norfolk road did not lead to a serious accident.
Police have urged people to be vigilant against hare coursing and warned it will take strong action against those involved in an activity that has as "terrible impact" on rural communities.
Harry, Henry, Freddie, Olivia and Isla were the most popular baby names in South Norfolk and Breckland last year, new figures have revealed.
It was a right royal task but a group of avid Norfolk knitters spent six months and got though a thousand balls of wool to create a life-sized model of the Queen.
A woman who borrowed her brother's car because of a flat battery had it seized by police.
A Norfolk man who transformed his life by shedding 17 stone is using his success to shape a whole new career helping others to lose weight too.
Three people were arrested after police swooped on a car in Watton.
Once upon a time there was the spirit of magic in the woods — but this was no fairytale as families enjoyed a real life enchanted event.
The leader of Breckland Council has resigned as head of the ruling Conservative group the day after the results of the local elections.
A Grade I listed village church is to undergo urgent repairs and develop a community and visitor centre after securing £100,000 of National Lottery funding.
A former soldier who celebrates his 100th birthday this week has achieved his lifetime wish of wearing the red ceremonial dress of his old regiment, complete with bearskin hat.
Police have issued a new CCTV image as part of an appeal for help to trace a man following two purse thefts at supermarkets.
Primary school pupils in Watton have left buried a hoard of present day items in a time capsule that will be unearthed when they are aged well into their thirties.
Plans to open a new Catholic primary school - the first in Norfolk for decades - have received the backing of 90% of those people who took part in a public consultation.
Police have expressed their concerns about the number of vehicles on the road with no insurance after a string of drivers were stopped.
A motorist stopped by police for not having his car headlights on has been arrested for more serious motoring offences.
The prospect of unearthing hidden artefacts is luring metal detecting tourists from America to pay thousands of pounds to join treasure hunting tours of Norfolk.
As you sit down to tuck into the turkey or open your presents this Christmas Day, you may not realise that technically you may be breaking the law. We unearth 10 killjoy laws of Christmas past.