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An investigation has been launched after a woman’s body was found in a garden pond in Gayton this afternoon.
West Norfolk Swimming Club has once again obtained sponsorship from local firm Catalina Software Ltd of Downham Market.
Congratulations to Docking Primary School which won the mini tennis tournament for the Smithdon cluster, hosted by Glebe House School.
A community allotment in The Walks at Lynn has been shortlisted for a Local Food Heroes award and project leader Lally Lee is appealing to local residents to show their support by voting on line.
Heacham Manor Hotel is celebrating the award of a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence which confirms it is within the top-performing ten per cent of businesses worldwide using the travel website.
Getting to grips with science was behind a full day event staged at Springwood High School in Gaywood for Year 8 pupils on Thursday.
Nudists are to be banned from a renowned Norfolk beauty spot amid fears the popular beach is being invaded by “swingers and perverts”.
Northern Ireland’s Troubles are dramatised in a musical by students at Lynn’s College of West Anglia.
Breckland’s new policing commander Chief Inspector Ady Porter will be a familiar face to many people in the area.
Dedicated workers from West Norfolk have been recognised in the Queen’s birthday honours list.
A senior borough councillor has urged town representatives in Hunstanton to work with other bodies as he defended his authority’s policies in the resort.
Triathlon beginners have just five days to sign up for a charity event in aid of The Bridge For Heroes.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a topless man made lewd comments to a woman near Lynn town centre.
Exemplary pupil behaviour and effective teaching have been highlighted in Methwold Primary School’s latest Ofsted report.
A final decision on whether the contract for the Lynn incinerator project should be scrapped was put on hold at a meeting in Norwich yesterday.
A woman was hurt in an attempted robbery in Lynn.
Organisers were thrilled to reveal that pop trio Stooshe have been confirmed as one of the headlining acts for Festival Too – boyband Blue will be headlining the following weekend.
A team of French landscapers packed in the hours to install a new garden in Lynn’s Baker Lane Car Park, near the Purfleet.
Police are appealing for witnesses after 14 year old girl was indecently assaulted on a full Norfolk Green Bus from Lynn to Fairstead between 3.15pm and 3.30pm on Saturday.
Pop trio Stooshe will headline the second week of Festival Too and will play on Saturday, July 6.
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Two horses escaped injury after there was a fire in the vehicle they were being transported in this morning.
The first woman to publish a book in the English language will be commemorated when the University of East Anglia completes work on its 57th and latest building.
The creative talents of more than 150 students are on display as City College Norwich’s annual end of year show makes its debut appearance in The Forum.
A collision involving two vehicles blocked the B1134 in Tibenham, near Diss, earlier this morning.
Officials hailed the opening of a “world class” IVF clinic in Norfolk, which is set to treat up to 500 women a year.
A life-sized ape was seen perched at the top of a Norwich skyscraper this evening to promote a new art trail.
Police are investigating the death of a woman whose body was found in a garden pond today.
Villagers are calling on a site for 15 new homes in their village to be changed for another village location because they are concerned about the impact the scheme will have on the conservation area.
A publican who supplied two undercover police officers with class B drugs and bought stolen items from them has been handed a suspended jail sentence.
Films by students at Norwich University of the Arts are being championed by an online festival, and people can show their support to the next generation of filmmakers by voting for their favourite online.
Objectors have vowed to set up a group to monitor the development of 1,230 homes in south Wymondham after councillors approved two planning applications yesterday.
FIREFIGHTERS rescued a motorist from a vehicle which ended on its side after a collision in Doddington today.
Collapsed cliffs near to a Norfolk holiday park have been repaired at a cost of almost a million pounds.
TWO spectacular floral displays have appeared in Wisbech as the town gears itself up for this year’s Anglia in Bloom and Britain in Bloom competitions.
A witness appeal has been launched by the police after a village honesty box was stolen at the weekend.