September 21 2014 Latest news:
A musician from Thetford has fulfilled a football fan’s dream after one of his songs was used by the team he supports.
Firefighters have had to rescue a person trapped in flooding in Quidenham.
A mental health trust has been urged to improve the standard of community-based support after a survey of patients ranked Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust near the bottom of a national league table.
Flash flooding has caused problems on a number of Norfolk roads this evening and created headaches for train travellers.
A fire crew was called to Attleborough this afternoon after a car set fire and the flames spread to a hedge.
This weekend, millions of people are expected to tune in and watch the new series of television favourite Downton Abbey.
The final day of Great Yarmouth’s Out There Festival is underway.
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Watton endurance rider Carol Chapman is back from her adventures at the Home International event in Scotland with a gold rosette – the equivalent of a UK grade one – and a second place prize from the biggest event of her life.
Competitors from as far away as Australia took part in last weekend’s Thetford Parkrun, with a total of 167 people taking part at Thetford Priory and water meadows.
Thetford Town’s impressive start to the season has continued with progress in the FA Vase against local rivals Ely City.
Another busy week for Thetford Parkrun saw 148 people take part in the volunteer-run free event at Thetford Priory and water meadows, with 14 first-time participants and 42 personal bests recorded.
Preparations for life in Eastern Counties One have stepped up for Thetford with a good pre-season victory at Beccles.
Lowestoft Town joint boss Ady Gallagher believes his players will be a lot better prepared for this afternoon’s Vanarama Conference North clash at Hyde.
Gary Setchell is ready to try his luck again in the Evo-Stik Premier Division’s latest game of chance for the Linnets.
Dereham Town will aim to carry on the FA Cup feel-good factor that has engulfed Aldiss Park when they return to league action in Essex.