Clothing banks have been damaged and broken into across the county, with police urging local communities to be vigilant.
Retail giant Tesco is reportedly considering thousands of job losses as part of a bid to bring down costs.
A couple were left “disgusted” after discovering cobwebs and a live maggot inside a packet of cereal which they had planned to feed to their 18-month-old daughter.
A Lions club has hosted its annual seniors Christmas lunch, with 70 guests attending to enjoy a traditional turkey dinner.
People are being warned to have their say over the future of a Norfolk town or face others shaping it instead.
A Norfolk market brought a splash of orange to proceedings at its inaugural pumpkin carving competition.
A Swaffham-based charity have been reaping the rewards of the harvest festival and collecting food for those in need.
Some of the UK’s biggest supermarkets and online stores are recalling products due to fears they may contain harmful chemicals and deadly bacteria.
People and groups who have lent their support to Swaffham and District Lions club over the past year - its 100th - have been honoured with awards.
Musings from the Mayor of Watton Tina Kiddell.
Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner is continuing his tour of the county to seek views from members of the public about who should govern the fire service.
A town’s memorial gardens have been given a make over thanks to community engagement between the police and the local council.
Roads are melting and hailstones the size of £1 coins have fallen as Norfolk faced extremes of weather this evening.
Watton will hold its first open gardens and yard sale event this weekend.
An empty concrete yard is being transformed into a sensory garden to help those in a community with dementia.
Children from a village in mid Norfolk enjoyed an activity filled day learning the history of a bone mill as part of their local history studies.
I always knew football fans take the sport seriously - but this week we found out just how much.
There was one particular headline which caught my eye this week - and for once I have to admit it wasn’t one of our own.
A foodbank operating across mid-Norfolk has defied national figures by seeing a decrease in use but they fear the good news could be short lived due to changes to the benefits system.
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