A domestic abuse charity is one of several groups to receive a boost in funding aimed at improving health and wellbeing in Breckland.
A Norfolk councillor who distributed thousands of leaflets in his ward criticising the rise in council tax has been accused of "sad, misleading, gutter politics".
Three community projects aimed at young people, the homeless and former offenders will benefit from more than £55,000 of funding.
A project aiming to provide a programme of daytime events for older people in community venues has been shortlisted for a national award.
A new fund of up to £3,000 for groups trying to improve the health and wellbeing of their community has been launched.
A project is about to get underway to improve Thetford's Butten Island and adjacent riverside to encourage more people to use it and combat the perception it is a haven for anti-social behaviour.
Breckland Council is looking for volunteers to help keep its community fridges going.
Santa Claus has lost more than 100 of his naughty elves who have escaped from the North Pole to hide in shops across Breckland.
Projects in Swaffham and Thetford will benefit from a share of Breckland Council's Market Towns Initiative funding.
Football, rugby and tennis may still be popular choices of sport for young people in Norfolk, but those taking part in Breckland Council's Kids Multi Sport Summer Camps have been able to try their hand at something slightly different.
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