April 23 2014 Latest news:
A dog owner is pushing for husky training to be kept on a tighter leash in Thetford Forest after he was subjected to two “terrifying” attacks in the last year.
An ancient bridge will be out for commission for four weeks after a hit and run incident caused serious damage.
A teenager who was found hanging at a children’s home in Brandon had said she wanted to kill herself on the anniversary of her best-friend committing suicide, an inquest has heard.
The Pyranean Mountain Dog is a very old breed that has been used for hundreds of years by shepherds in and around the Pyrenees Mountains of Southern France and Northern Spain.
An Easter charity day has raised £180 for a good cause after the community turned out in force to show its support.
It’s 50 years this weekend since pirate station Radio Caroline began broadcasting off the East Coast – and changed music forever. Former pirate radio DJ Tom Edwards reflects on those heady days...
Felsted School will hold its first-ever Literary Day next week as part of its 450th celebrations.
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The roar of motocross bikes could be heard in Great Hockham over the Easter weekend, as the Norfolk & Suffolk Junior Motorcycle Club held its latest meeting.
More silverware has been added to Thetford RUFC’s trophy cabinet after a resounding 80-0 win at Fakenham.
The record books have been torn up at Cambridge City this season, by a former Norwich City academy player.
Stefan Donnelly will have to wait for another opportunity to race alongside his father Martin as their Lotus Elise’s engine blew up while qualifying for the Lotus Cup race at Snetterton when the former Formula One driver was at the wheel.
Thetford Town gave their Thurlow Nunn Premier Division survival hopes a huge boost on Saturday by beating fellow strugglers Woodbridge 2-1 at Mundford Road.
A mixed Easter weekend for Ely City saw them pick up one of their best results of the season at title-chasing Felixstowe before being hammered by Godmanchester Rovers.
Brentford legend Kevin O’Connor admitted that seeing the Bees end their 21 years of exile from the top two divisions was the best day of his career.
Brentford goalkeeper Richard Lee admitted that he could not see the Bees winning automatic promotion after the 2-1 defeat to Stevenage.