A disused toilet block on the prom at Sheringham in Norfolk has been transformed into a luxury home.
A King's Lynn Unicyclist is hoping to make an impression at the World Championships in Canada, and with moves like this - he's got a chance!
A couple from Norfolk could have their dream home demolished, because it's 19 inches too wide.
It's one of the most iconic landmarks on our coastline and it's been there nearly 200 years.
So high time it had a bit of a facelift.
After a year of preparation and planning Cley Windmill nearly Blakeney in Norfolk has got four new sails.
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Police say that the death of a man who is believed to have fallen from a height to the ground floor of the Castle Mall shopping centre in Norwich is not being treated as suspicious.
Police were called at around 5.40pm to reports of a man found with serious injuries close to the lifts outside the Argos store.
Paramedics battled to save the man, who was in his 30s, but were unable to revive him.
Officers are not looking for anyone else in connection with the death and the police seal at the scene has been lifted.
Police have confirmed that a man injured in a fall at the Castle Mall in Norwich, has died.
Police were called at approximately 5.40pm to reports of a man found with serious injuries close to the lifts outside the Argos store on the ground floor.
It's believed the man had fallen from a height.
Despite the efforts of paramedics, the man was sadly pronounced dead at the scene a short while later.
The death is currently being treated as unexplained.
The Timber Hill area of the Mall remains closed.
Emergency services have responded to reports of an injured person at Castle Mall #Norwich - area of mall currently closed to allow access
The dualling of the last stretch of the A11 is on track with the scheme both on time and on budget.
The Highways Agency is confident the road will be finished this winter, with drivers being able to try out a new stretch of bypass as early as Easter.
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Aerial footage courtesy of Mike Page and Dan Gray
Fishermen in North Norfolk are protesting that their livelihoods are being hit by offshore wind farms.
They say they're being squeezed out and that their fishing gear's being damaged by boats servicing the Sheringham Shoal wind farm.
The company operating the wind farm met fishermen today and says it's hoping the two sides can work together.
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Fishermen in Norfolk have been protesting over the loss of fishing grounds and damage to their equipment, caused by the wind farms off the county's coast.
The Norfolk Independent Fishermen's Association says the wind farm operators are showing little respect to the coastal fishing communities.
They've been holding a demonstration outside the offices of Statoil in Egmere near Fakenham.