A magician who reached the final of Britain's Got Talent has pledged to perform in his home town.
Vandals have destroyed a sprinkler being used to water freshly-sown young people's football pitches.
Discount book, crafts and toy store The Works has confirmed it is "looking into" a location in Thetford.
A safety review is under way into a notorious railway bridge.
They may have left our skies but the RAF's iconic Tornado still has work to do.
A discount food store is the latest to join a new £6.9m retail park.
Police are investigating a stabbing in Thetford.
Crowds lined the streets as RAF Honington received the Freedom of Thetford.
Diners did a double take when a dead ringer for a soap actor turned out to be him.
A taxi owner claims attacks on his vehicle are driving him out of business.
As spring is in the air and the weather is getting warmer, staff from wilko Thetford and 17 surrounding stores across Norfolk have been taking part in the Great British Spring Clean.
Why pound the pavements of London when you can be running through leafy forest to the sound of birdsong..?
Thetford is a town is steeped in history.
Allotment holders in Thetford have formed a group in response to proposals to build car parking spaces for the town's station on an allotment site.
From the museums and bustling shopping areas, masses of local businesses, plus hotels, restaurants, schools, the leisure centre and beautiful flint cottages, there are many draws to Thertford.
Like many towns, Thetford's high street is struggling under the weight of stagnating wages and competition from the internet.
For the people who live in Thetford, the challenges the town faces and where it sits at the moment change dependent on where you live and how long you have lived there.
In the second of our series focusing on key issues in some of our largest towns Conor Matchett puts the spotlight on Thetford
The final two cast members have been announced for the remakes of three episodes of wartime comedy sitcom Dad's Army.
Four Norfolk attractions have been recognised by a national tourism board for providing excellent visitor experiences.
This month's mayor's musings comes from the mayor of Thetford, Roy Brame.
Norfolk MPs have branded "unacceptable" the decision to close a bridge over the Norwich to Thetford rail line for five years after it was damaged in an accident.
As a major new exhibition arrives at Norwich Castle we find out about the legacy the Vikings left in our language, landscape and legends
Rent-to-own company BrightHouse has announced that one of its Norfolk stores will be among 30 shops which will shut.
It was an emotional night which brought together unsung heroes, volunteers and community groups to receive much-deserved recognition.
Testing of Greater Anglia's new trains is set to take place in daylight on more routes in Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex from later this month.
Tributes have been paid to the humour and public service of a town and district councillor who died last week.
A till containing nearly £1,000 was stolen from a Norfolk mayor's business after thieves bent metal bars and unscrewed smash-proof windows to get access to his shop.
Police arrested a driver who gave a positive drug test an hour after smoking cannabis.
The construction of a new 'roundabout to nowhere' which has cost taxpayers £1.5m has not led to any firm interest from businesses - despite being billed as the key to "unlock the full potential" of an employment site.
Sunshine and Showers
max temp: 25°C
min temp: 15°C