Norfolk is brimming with history going back hundreds of years, with extraordinary finds still being made preceding the Anglo-Saxon era.
Only one district council in the county has decided not to increase its share of council tax for the upcoming year, as taxpayers in the rest of Norfolk will see increases of up to £8.
Parents have slammed health and council officials for long delays in getting speech therapy assessments for their children, with many resorting to private care instead.
Ambulance response times in Norfolk have steadily climbed since the start of the new year, with health chiefs blaming difficulties in recruiting emergency staff.
A report has revealed the gender pay gap for council staff has narrowed but men are still getting paid five times more in bonuses than women.
Developers have withdrawn plans to build 25 new homes in Watton after recommendations were made to Breckland Council for it to be refused.
Plans for a new state-of-the-art police station in Swaffham have been given the green light.
The number of people using bus services in Norfolk and Suffolk continues to fall, with latest figures showing millions of passengers choosing not to travel by bus.
Six fire crews were called to two separate crashes in a village in just over half an hour.
Four police officers were assaulted in Norfolk on Christmas Eve as celebrations got out of hand over the evening.
While many of us wrap gifts and decorate our homes in the run-up to Christmas, more than 2,200 men in HMP Norwich, Wayland and Bure are preparing to spend Christmas Day away from their families and loved ones.
Firefighters remained at the scene of a large straw stack fire which continued to burn more than 15 hours after the fire service arrived.
Firefighters are at the scene of a large fire in Griston after a stack of straw bale caught alight.
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.
The number of additional deaths during winter almost doubled last year compared to the previous year across the UK, as the colder months took their toll on the elderly and infirm.
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Proposals to bring the five Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG) in Norfolk and Waveney under one single management team will be approved later this month.
A green energy scheme which has benefited thousands of households in the region could close to newcomers.
Parents and campaigners will come together in Thetford to protest against Norfolk County Council’s plans to close children’s centres across the county.
Megan Baxter is a keen gymnast, she trains 19 hours a week and has won numerous county competitions - and she is only eight-years-old.
A family-run foundry in Norfolk was approached by Selfridges to create new bronze signs for their flagship store in London.
The rewarding work of rehabilitating some of the most dangerous men in our county is what kept prison officer Michael Best in his job for nearly three decades.
A Norfolk author has recalled how an encounter with her late mother in the form of a stag convinced her to fight plans for new substations in her village.
The number of civil partnerships in Norfolk has fallen dramatically since same-sex marriage was legalised.
Organisers behind a new art gallery and community space set to launch next year are turning to the public to help kick-start the project.
A woman whose father was one of the founding members of the SAS has inherited a £140,000 estate from a relative she never knew.
A 69-year-old man who died in a crash on the A47 may have fallen asleep at the wheel, an inquest has heard.
Police are concerned about the welfare of a vulnerable man who has gone missing in Griston.
The number of calls made to the fire service to move obese people has increased in the past five years.
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