Students across mid-Norfolk have been jumping for joy as they picked up their GCSE results.
Bespoke ambulances which have been specially designed to give patients a smoother journey while improving care have started to hit the roads.
A former RAF control tower could be restored to its wartime appearance and extended to become a specialist training centre.
A supermarket is donating all of its surplus food directly to charities in the surrounding area.
All but three of Norfolk's libraries could be accessible without a librarian by the end of the year, as the roll-out of 'open libraries' continues.
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It has been a frustrating few days for Swaffham Town, with two defeats against high quality opposition being compounded by what looks like a serious injury for Alex Vincent.
It has been a mixed week for Swaffham Town with a great win in the league at neighbours Thetford Town being followed by an exit at the first hurdle in the FA Cup.
Promoted Swaffham got their Premier Division campaign off to a winning start as the Eastern Counties League rolled into action.
National Dog Day is coming up on bank holiday Monday, August 26. East Anglia is full of wonderful places to take your best friend for an outing. Here are 21 great spots to explore.
A popular event showcasing some of the world's finest classic cars is set to return.
From the Black Shuck to an oak tree grown from a witch buried there, a new book celebrates the county's weird and wonderful folklore.
Watton Carnival is gearing-up for the celebration of life in the town by bringing all ages together to take part in events and its carnival procession.
All the fun of the fair has come to a Norfolk hotel this summer with their new themed afternoon tea which nods to a Disney classic.
Bailey May, who represents the Philippines in global pop group Now United, came to the EDP headquarters to answer fan questions.
Cromer's 50th anniversary carnival drew to a spectacular close, with hundreds of youngsters and their families joining an illuminated procession of floats and umbrellas through the town, before watching a dazzling fireworks finale.
Look carefully at the paintings in Mrs Lowry & Son - they are more idyllic north Norfolk than industrial north.
Stuart Camp, Ed Sheeran's Manager from Bury St Edmunds, has been alongside the singer-songwriter for every step of his rise from ambitious unknown to the world's biggest-selling global superstar.
After a three month closure for renovation works as part of the NAC Regeneration project, Norwich Arts Centre (NAC) are gearing up to re-open again to the public.
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