The stroke of a pen and a swish of a paintbrush will be doing much more than creating artwork – as an artist is aiming to raise thousands for a good cause.
Police have revealed more than 200 people were arrested during the Norfolk and Suffolk Christmas drink and drug driving campaign, with more than 2,700 people breathalysed.
Councillors have defended a decision to push ahead with a 10 per cent hike in their allowances – despite a last-minute bid by opposition members to reverse the proposal.
A message of peace from Harleston made its way into orbit on January 8.
Diss Town Council have said there has been no decisions made in regards to the public toilets at the Mere’s Mouth in Diss after a report deemed the building’s foundations are ‘beyond repair’.
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With the Prime Minister unveiling the Government’s 25 Year Environment Plan, the latest year end recycling figures for South Norfolk have revealed residents are getting better at recycling.
It was certainly a date to remember for Dennis Cross as he handed over a cheque for £2,367 to cancer charity Big C – all raised through a calendar.
A heroic lorry driver from Diss said he did what ‘anyone else would have done’ after rescuing a pregnant mum and her partner stuck on a causeway at high tide.
A Norfolk pub has served up much more than food and drink after raising £3,000 for an emergency services charity.
A teenager, who was killed in a car accident that also claimed the lives of his two friends, had only passed his driving test a fortnight earlier, an inquest heard.
Two care homes in south Norfolk have been acquired by the National Care Group.
For most, swimming is merely a chance to exercise, but for Nikki Hambling it was the opportunity to raise money for charity through an epic feat of endurance.
A Norfolk-based horse sanctuary is looking ahead to a special year commemorating 10 years since one of the most notorious rescues in the charity’s history.
Things are set to get better for a south Norfolk leisure centre after a £2 million improvement scheme was given the green light.
Cancer charity, Star Throwers, is set to have its second charity shop open in south Norfolk later this month.
An enterprise partnership is calling on businesses in Norfolk and Suffolk to help shape the delivery plans for the new Economic Strategy for the counties.
Tractors took to the road in support of a local cancer awareness charity as fundraisers generated a ‘wheely’ big amount of money.
It was full steam ahead as an old railway station sign found a new home at Diss Museum.
A new group for children aged between nine and 12 will be making its home in Diss.