July 31 2014 Latest news:
A council’s master gardener scheme is bearing fruit, a new report has revealed.
An 85-year-old man may have suffered an “acute cardiac event” which caused the road accident which killed him and his wife.
Key environmental work on the A11 dualling project will close the road for five nights.
A Thetford man, who was found dead in his bedroom, died from drinking too much alcohol, an inquest heard yesterday.
A bird strike may have caused a 38-year-old motorcyclist to ride into the path of an oncoming van, an inquest has heard.
Breathtaking circus stunts, incredible acrobatic displays, glittering cabaret and a multicoloured dance spectacle will come together in Great Yarmouth for an arts extravaganza – which the public are invited to take part in.
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Thetford Town are closing in on the title in Division Three of the Dipple & Conway Opticians Norfolk Alliance, after winning their eighth match of the season.
Feltwell-raised Ironman star Chrissie Wellington will be part of the first all-women’s team in the Trois Etapes Tour in the French Pyrénées next month.
Youngsters from Thetford Athletics Club had to battle through some high temperatures in Great Yarmouth during the third round of the Quad Kids tournament.
Watton martial artist Kieran Steward has become British Champion of his sport for the fourth year running.
The British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) returns to Snetterton at the start of August.
Norwich rower Steven Parsonage has been selected for Great Britain’s Junior World Championships team in the quad sculls event.
The quest for another Commonwealth Games medal continues for Norfolk-born squash stars Laura Massaro and James Willstrop today.
A season’s best throw was not enough for Great Yarmouth thrower Sophie McKinna in the women’s shot put.