A club which has changed the lives of thousands of people has celebrated its 50th anniversary.
A town was buzzing with Christmas cheer as its streets were illuminated for the festive season.
A Swaffham photographer has been recognised as the nation's best when it comes to capturing happy couples on their big day.
Mid Norfolk is seen as a Conservative safe seat having been held by the Tories since it was re-established as a constituency ahead of the 1983 general election.
A parliamentary candidate has voiced her frustration at the lack of hustings in her constituency ahead of the general election.
Prison sentences should be imposed on people caught fox hunting, campaigners have urged.
A former visitor attraction could be brought back into use if a proposed swap deal between two councils is agreed.
A Dereham pub is being used as a polling station for December's general election for the first time.
The number of fly-tipping cases in Breckland has increased for the first time since 2014.
The energy secretary has agreed to review plans which could see miles of countryside carved up to accommodate offshore wind farms.
A former film producer is standing as the Liberal Democrats' prospective parliamentary candidate for Mid Norfolk.
First World War memorials across the region have been Grade II listed to mark 100 years since the first Armistice Day silence.
It lies exactly halfway between the homes of Norfolk's two biggest football teams.
A historian hopes Swaffham will adopt his design as its first official emblem.
For keen golfer Danny Daniels, being told he would almost completely lose his sight served as a crushing blow.
A deputy mayor decided to take matters into his own hands after a wrestler "bad-mouthed" his hometown.
"I want more and our young people deserve more."
A mid Norfolk village is in line for 75 new homes if proposals to begin development on farmland are approved.
A number of vehicles which were not road legal have been seized by police.
A Norfolk MP dragged into the saga surrounding Boris Johnson's relationship with US businesswoman Jennifer Arcuri has denied having any knowledge of wrongdoing.
An application to build 185 homes has been given the green light - more than three years after proposals were initially approved.
An application to build almost 200 homes has been withdrawn at the 11th hour.
A town has secured £1,000 towards its Christmas lights display after reaching the final of a national competition.
Traffic has returned to normal on the A47 following an earlier breakdown which caused long delays.
Five decades of tireless work were saluted as a rotary club hosted more than 30 good causes which have benefitted from its work.
A cash pot of £1.5m has been secured for the full refurbishment of a town's leisure centre.
A unique tour will provide an opportunity to find out more about the county's magnificent churches.
Motorists will be forced to take lengthy diversions as three sets of roadworks begin within a few miles of each other.
Plans could see a batch of new homes built on a school's former playing field.
The chairman of a charity providing mental health support has stepped down after 30 years in the role.