A gym owner who says exercise can help mental health is calling on the community to join him in an exercise challenge to raise money for charity.
It will be all action stations at Bressingham Steam Museum when Fireman Sam visits its Fire Engine Rally this weekend.
Residents have complained about a loss of parking spaces following a £3.4m project to improve their town and make it more pedestrian-friendly.
Road resurfacing, bridge repairs and general maintenance will start on the A11 Trunk Road from the beginning of August.
A village shop has won a place in the finals of this year’s Retail Industry Awards held in London at the Grosvenor House Hotel in September.
Burglars broke into a property in Diss this week and made off with a handbag.
Prize-winning author Martin Ungless, from Kenninghall near Diss, has just published his first book, Duck Egg Blues, on Amazon.
The organiser of a 1940s weekend says his interest in the era might have something to do with his birthday falling on D-Day.
An athletic mum has found the perfect solution for exercising with a child in tow.
It’s less than two weeks to go to the Old Buckenham Airshow - and ticket sales have rocketed sky high.
Locals who turned out to view plans for a new bypass and houses in their village are adamant the road should be built before homes.
Residents are fed up with the mayhem caused by a group of youths who regularly ride their mopeds on pavements and down alleyways in their town.
A family friend of a young man tragically killed in a car crash will be holding a garage and yard sale on Sunday to raise funds for bereaved children.
A popular, award-winning independent shop in a Norfolk market town could be forced to close unless a new owner is found to keep it on the high street.
A community nurse who will host a boy from his home in Belarus near where the Chernobyl disaster took place said his parents were ‘brave’ and ‘desperate’.
Festival goers had a fabulous time hanging out at WoW Festival in South Norfolk at the weekend.
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital will be the first in the region to offer a new choice of pain relief for women in labour.
A Norfolk school put its pupils’ mental health at the forefront when it hosted a theatre performance and workshop to encourage mindfulness.
Residents who have been waiting decades for a bypass to be built to ease traffic congestion through their village may not have to wait much longer.
A theatre group is touring Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night around the parks, pubs and village halls of South Norfolk and Suffolk.
Violence and sexual offences top the list of crime statistics released by the Home Office for Diss and the surrounding area.
A couple setting up a gin distillery business in their garage are hoping to celebrate with a ‘gin, gin’ if their planning application is approved.
Patients at a West Norfolk surgery were unable to visit their doctor this morning following a break-in at the premises.
Two Harleston schools have begun consultations to convert to academy status - with the dream of creating an “all-through” school for the town.
It was an early start for cyclists this morning as they met for the Diss Cyclathon that began at an eye-rubbing 8am.
A new generation of recruits are speaking out on Armed Forces Day in support of the men and women who have served their country.
Green-fingered pupils at a primary school have transformed an eyesore on their premises into a thriving vegetable garden.
Get ready to be transported to the magical island of Neverland in a new adaptation of J.M. Barrie’s timeless classic Peter Pan.
A fish and chip shop is frying high after being awarded a prestigious award.
Pubs are seeing an increase in trade during the hot weather, bar staff have revealed.
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