A care home in Eye is welcoming new carers to its monthly support group designed to help local people caring for an older loved one.
Police are appealing for information after a car parked in the owner's driveway was spray painted by vandals.
A once in a lifetime rededication service for bells at a village church will include the chance for parishioners to see the ringers live on a big screen.
The husband of a great-grandmother who died after being involved in a collision with a postal lorry in Diss has spoken about her family's "horrendous" loss.
The owners of a historic house are offering the chance to sleep in bed that was used for love scenes in the multi-Oscar winning film Shakespeare in Love.
Two people were taken to hospital after a coach mounted the pavement and struck two trees on a busy road into Brandon.
Live music is set to return to the Bank Arts Centre in Eye with performances from a touring American duo and British folk trio.
Police are appealing for information after vandals smashed windows and caused damage to a village community centre and social club.
He has sold over 150 million records worldwide but now Suffolk superstar Ed Sheeran has also provided the inspiration for one of the life-size decorated sheep on an art trail.
Thousands of households in rural villages around Diss and Thetford have been earmarked for ultrafast broadband that would see connection speeds race from among the slowest to some of the fastest in the UK.
A sheltered housing resident in Botesdale has donated flowers to brighten up a communal patio area as a thank you to staff and neighbours.
A major blaze that engulfed a chicken shed was fought by nine fire crews from both Norfolk and Suffolk.
A 12-metre tall illuminated McDonald's sign has been approved for the planned new drive-thru on the A140 despite three councils not lovin' it.
US military personnel at RAF Mildenhall have honoured a former 100th Bomb Group airman stationed in Norfolk during the Second World War by naming a building after him.
Police investigating the overnight theft of a Land Rover in Eye are appealing for information.
A US serviceman stationed in Norfolk during the Second World War is to be honoured by having a building named after him at RAF Mildenhall.
Police are investigating a break-in at a house in Palgrave where jewellery was among items stolen.
A former bank that closed last year sparking anger could be turned into a health and wellbeing centre for teenagers by a local charity.
A village has secured £190,000 in funding to save its historic church from disrepair and give it a new lease of life as the centre of the community.
A driver whose windscreen was shattered by what she believes was a stone thrown from another vehicle has warned someone could be killed amid a spate of similar incidents.
Motorists face disruption when work to repair a bridge sees a busy road closed for four weeks.
Elderly care homes residents have been getting creative as part of a major art installation to mark the 25th anniversary of a charity that helps young people.
A foodbank network that covers south Norfolk has issued an emergency appeal for donations with dwindling stocks meaning they could run out in two months.
A buyer is being sought to take over well known thatched village pub near the Norfolk-Suffolk border with the owners planning to call time blaming rising costs and a decline in pub-going.
Land of Golf that runs a golf driving range and retail store next to Diss Golf Club has been put up for sale.
Police are trying to find the rightful owners of suspected stolen items found abandoned in a village off the A140.
Police investigating burglaries in villages near the Norfolk/Suffolk border seized a van full of power tools and cannabis plants after a tip-off.
McDonald's wants to build a 12-metre tall illuminated sign at its planned new drive-thru on the A140 but locals are not loving it.
A man quizzed over an assault that left another man with serious head injuries has also been arrested over the discovery of a cannabis farm.
Its iconic sails had turned for more than 150 years, now one of the most picturesque landmarks in the Norfolk landscape is a major step closer to being fully restored to its original glory.
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