Mr Martin's chalet sits above a beach on England's east coast. Erosion means it's in danger of being swallowed by the waves it overlooks.Read the full story ›
The council’s leader said he was ‘truly sorry for the pain and distress caused’.Read the full story ›
Houghton, a dance music festival, was due to kick off in Norfolk on Thursday.Read the full story ›
Firefighters worked to cut through the rock to free the man.Read the full story ›
Alexander Armstrong, host of the BBC game show, addressed WI members at West Newton village hall.Read the full story ›
Ten testing questions about the Queen’s rural retreat.Read the full story ›
The Prince of Wales toured the building after it underwent a £3.1 million restoration to create state-of-the-art facilities.Read the full story ›
Norfolk will host next June's British Cycling National Road Championships, the governing body has announced.
The men's and women's time-trials will take place on June 27, with the road races on June 30, as part of the Great British Cycling Festival, a new concept.
The event will also include the fifth round of the cross-country series, in Norwich, and a sportive for amateur riders.
Previous winners of the men's road race have included Tour de France champions Sir Bradley Wiggins and Geraint Thomas and 30-time Tour stage winner Mark Cavendish.
Lizzie Deignan (nee Armitstead) and Laura Kenny (nee Trott) have won the corresponding women's event.
Norfolk high school Great Yarmouth Charter Academy said the symbol was 'too large', measuring at 1cm larger than a paper poppy.Read the full story ›
A police officer said he was ‘lost for words’ following the incident in Norwich.Read the full story ›