Diss Publishing has had a double celebration in a week after scooping a national award and welcoming an international best-selling author.
The Diss creative hub visitors to have a go at printing, etching and engraving to help its campaign to stay open.
A memorial in tribute to civilians and airmen killed in a Brome aircraft accident has been unveiled 80 years to the minute the tragedy took place.
Fake detective fraudsters have been targeting Norfolk residents with phone calls.
A campaign leader, fighting a proposed pylon line through East Anglian, has labelled plans compensating people living close to the route as insulting.
The new headteacher said he wants the school to be more active with the town and take a greater lead with events.
South Norfolk Council’s planning committee has delayed the scheme to get more information.
Plans to build 179 homes on the edge of a Norfolk market town look set to go ahead.
Officers have urged residents to be cautious after a series of purse and wallet thefts in South Norfolk.
A man, part of an organised shoplifting gang that stole at least £34,500 worth of champagne and spirits from multiple supermarkets, has been jailed.
Plans to reduce affordable homes from a scheme have been approved, with the cost of offsetting harmful nutrients entering Norfolk’s waterways blamed.
A Christmas fair has been showcasing local crafting expertise and bringing in the crowds.
South Norfolk Council is putting the brakes on dangerous drag race-style events which have blighted rural communities in recent months.
Call made for building on flood plains to be banned in the wake of flooding issues.
A housing developer wants to reduce the number of affordable homes it will build in a south Norfolk Village.