A replica First World War Fokker tri-plane crashed at Old Buckenham Airfield because of a misunderstanding over what runway to use, an investigation found.
A military veteran feared one of his beloved dogs might not survive after she was badly injured on broken glass that had been dumped on the edge of Thetford Forest.
Beer drinkers in Norfolk are paying more for their pint than pub goers over the border in Suffolk, according to the new Good Pub Guide.
The first day back at school proved to be much safer for children after the opening of a pedestrian crossing following a five year campaign in Old Buckenham.
Nine weeks of roadworks are set to start in a Norfolk town today (September 2).
Harry, Henry, Freddie, Olivia and Isla were the most popular baby names in South Norfolk and Breckland last year, new figures have revealed.
Changes have been made to planned work on the latest phase of £4.5m transport improvements in Attleborough in an effort to minimise disruption.
The hunt is on for the perfect street artist to decorate a building at Banham Zoo.
A hot dog party drew dozens of lovers of dachshunds to Wymondham.
A motorbike rider remains in a critical condition on life support almost a month after a horror crash at Snetterton Circuit.
Two people have been arrested following an appeal by the family for an elderly Norfolk man to reunite him with his beloved classic motorbike stolen in a burglary.
Work is set to begin on a pedestrian crossing after a five year campaign to improve the safety of children crossing on their way to the village school.
Norfolk may be experiencing the temperatures like those more usual in Africa but even animals adapted for the sweltering savannahs need to cool off sometimes.
From one of the region's biggest air shows to community picnics and history displays, there are plenty of things being planned around South Norfolk to mark Norfolk Day.
Once a vital link but now almost obsolete more phone boxes have been earmarked for removal from towns and villages in Norfolk.
It was party time in Attleborough as the summer carnival brought a splash of colour and families packed the town's streets.
It was a right royal task but a group of avid Norfolk knitters spent six months and got though a thousand balls of wool to create a life-sized model of the Queen.
The family of an elderly Norfolk man have appealed for information after his beloved classic motorbike was stolen by burglars.
An annual event that celebrates South Norfolk will be larger than ever as it celebrates 10 years this weekend.
Motorists in a Norfolk town are braced for more disruption as the second phase of a £4.5m improvement project gets underway.
Employers in South Norfolk have backed a new initiative to support young people into work.
The Duchess of Cambridge has praised East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH) as a "truly heart-warming example to us all" in a letter of support.
A Norfolk couple who watched on helplessly as their Grade II listed thatched cottage went up in flames are now living in the charred aftermath of the blaze.
An award-winning Norfolk brewery has closed blaming a boom in the number of microbreweries that has left the market saturated.
Local volunteers detected more than 500 speeding drivers across South Norfolk last month.
A father who set up a charity to support families affected by childhood cancer after he lost his five-year-old son to a brain tumour was among the unsung heroes recognised at community awards in South Norfolk.
People with war time memories to share will be able to add them to the archive when Norfolk Tank Museum holds a special 75th anniversary commemoration of D-Day.
A village cricket match had to be abandoned after the air ambulance developed a fault while airlifting a woman who had suffered a heart attack.
Primary school children had a double delight when they fed giraffes with the help of Prince Edward as he visited Banham Zoo to mark 50 years of wildlife conservation.
Prince Edward visits Banham Zoo today to mark 50 years of wildlife conservation.