“Oh deer oh deer” - That is what firefighters in Norfolk were saying this morning after being called to multiple incidents of deers stuck in railings.
A Norfolk lorry driver has been hailed a hero after rescuing a pregnant woman who was about to give birth from an island.
Have you been offered gold rings, Pandora bracelets or gold and white gold bracelets?
A group of artists are trying to keep a community workshop going in honour of a late fellow member who was their inspiration.
It can be hard for aspiring musicians to have their music heard.
Gym-goers look set to benefit from a raft of improvements after a leisure centre’s vision for a £2m expansion was recommended for approval.
A community group has donated to those less fortunate than themselves over the holiday period by putting their own personal gifts aside.
The Pennoyer Centre in Pulham St Mary, near Diss, is hosting a number of events throughout January.
An education group in Diss will be starting the new year with a talk abut gemstones.
Reindeers may be pulling Santa’s sleigh but a village on the Norfolk and Suffolk border had different four-legged animals for its Christmas treat as a stable went on a walk with horses dressed in festive tinsel and Santa hats.
Plans to build on a supermarket car park in Diss have come under fire amid claims it would be detrimental to the town centre.
A community shop has shown it can rub shoulders with some of the biggest names in retail after winning the Rural Cooperative Award.
A restoration of a Norfolk church which once fell victim to vandals will soon be complete after 10 years of hard work, thanks to a £25,000 Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) grant.
A community broadband scheme, which is aiming to bring high-speed connections to rural areas, has installed its first fibre cabinet in South Norfolk.
Motorists travelling through Diss will face disruptions as traffic lights and road closers are put in place.
Commuting by train as massively changed over the years, just 25 years ago steam engines were still being used to get people to work on time.
A couple’s campaign for a simple £2.50 screening test that could have saved their baby’s life has got a major boost after being confirmed for a UK-wide pilot.
Townsfolk are being urged not to put their cooking fats and oil down the drain this Christmas to reduce the number of blockages.
Years of work to create a dementia-friendly community have come to a head has a dementia cafe has been awarded a grant from The National Lottery.
She has had a lung removed due to cancer and is continuing to battle the disease. But that did not stop Angie Bailey from smiling as her friends shaved their heads to raise money for charity.
It was a night of celebration that had the audience cheering, smiling and even producing tears of joy.
More than 20 cars were damaged last night driving through Long Stratton after a manhole cover became dislodged.
A crew of firefighters hopes to knock famous popstars off the Christmas number one spot with their new festive single all about fire safety.
Ram raiders smashed a stolen 4x4 through the doors of a supermarket in a bid to steal a cash machine.
Hundreds of runners dressed as Father Christmas turned out for a 5km challenge in Thetford.
Nearly £4,000 has been raised to buy Christmas presents for the four children of a man who died in a car crash near Thetford.
An “exciting young talent” will be performing in Diss next month.
A girlguiding group have been helping those less fortunate than themselves this winter by helping at their local foodbank.
He has lived around the world for nearly 40 years, but now, after returning to the region he is coming to Diss to sign copies of his new book.
The Arts Society of Diss have been encouraging youngsters to get involved with art by helping students to experience different aspects of the artist world.
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