Twenty years ago, Jade Brown lost her father in a car accident near Beccles. Now she is trying to learn more about the parent she only briefly knew.
When it comes to trick or treat, Baileys Fish and Chip shop offered a devilishly delicious surprise for children.
When Laura Chatten-Stow gave birth to her daughter, Iris, she found life away from the classroom a bit too slow for her liking, so she took up painting.
Aiden Farrow has decided to make a big splash for a good cause by swimming to raise money for Children in Need.
A Harleston woman was so tired of high street stores not catering to her body shape ... that she set up her own clothing line.
Leading figures in the community have voiced their reaction to a decision to keep a pair of car parks in a Norfolk town as free at point of use.
The RSCPA is caring for an otter-ly adorable resident who survived a 15ft fall into a tank at a sewage works.
Hannah Cokeley thought she had plenty of time to get to the hospital when she felt her contractions start ... but her soon-to-be-born baby had other ideas.
GCSE’s can be a testing time – but Stradbroke High School has made the grade after stunning results.
Proposals to create a map of Norfolk’s mobile coverage, to be used to press for improvements in the county’s ‘not-spots’, is to be discussed next Wednesday.
There is no time to be horsing around when it comes to health and welfare, as Redwings Horse Sanctuary has proved – winning a national award.
The manager of a charity shop has told of her disgust after discovering it had been targeted by vandals last night.
Residents in a south Norfolk village found something unexpected delivered through their letter boxes this week.
A arts shop in Eye hasn’t even been open for a month and is already starting to make a charitable contribution to the Poppy Appeal.
When it comes to getting under fives thinking about the nativity story, St Mary’s Church in Diss has had a baa-rilliant idea.
Villagers turned out in force on Sunday morning to protest against proposed boundary changes that would see 472 Roydon homes reclassified as being in the market own of Diss.
Starston Glebe Meadow in Starston, near Harleston, is one of nine Norfolk green spaces making the finalist position in the Fields in Trust UK’s Best Park Award.
The axing of Police community support officers (PCSOs) and closing of public inquiry offices in Norfolk has garnered a mixed reaction from the Diss Express area.
A campaign to save an historic village pub has reached a big milestone after the building’s purchase was agreed in principle.