Budgens Service Station was named 'Best Forecourt' at the the annual Forecourt Retail Awards last month
Alison Thomas said measures must be introduced to prevent future disasters in south Norfolk after an official flooding strategy was adopted this week
The centre in Station Road will be the nearest for people in south Norfolk.
The consultation period for how £750,000 will be spent to regenerate Harleston town centre drew to a close this week.
Saxons and Vikings invaded Stonham Barns Showground with weapons and shields at the ready.
Norfolk’s Director of Public Health has said many of the new cases are being found in secondary school children and working age adults.
A CCTV image has been released by Suffolk Police following a crash last month which left a man with life-changing injuries.
The firm has been awarded a multi-million pound contract to build systems for a new vehicle that will be used by the British Army.
The South-West Norfolk MP described Amess as a 'lovely, lovely man'.
Zoë Billingham's report into how police abuse their positions for sexual purposes has received renewed attention following the murder of Sarah Everard
Foodbank items which were said to have been stolen from a Suffolk church had been stored in a safe place and not stolen, police have revealed.
More than 50 vehicles were stopped by police in Diss on Friday as part of a multi-agency operation to reduce road casualties and disrupt criminality.
Frustrated villagers have stepped up their campaign to resist the development of Deal Farm Biogas
Highways officials have urged motorists to stick to official diversion routes after a road closure prompted drivers to take small back-roads instead.
Norfolk County Council have thanked residents for their patience.
Bosses have said that south Norfolk had managed to weather the storm much better than larger urban areas.
A south Norfolk airfield has become home to the UK’s first and only electric aircraft charging point.
The Government’s new health and social care tax to pay for reforms to the NHS and care sector, may not be enough, a senior figure has warned.
Singer Ed Sheeran is to face a council probe over a new wooden gazebo at his Suffolk property, which featured in a recent post on his social media.
A multi-academy trust has announced several new appointments as its seeks feedback on plans to merge two schools in Harleston.
A mother-of-one is doing her bit to support the deaf community in south Norfolk by bringing sign language classes to the district.
Primary school pupils have sent letters of support to the England squad after they were targeted with racist abuse following their Euro 2020 exit.
Teachers are left with the difficult decision over what to restore after being offered just £12,000 from the council to replace damaged equipment.