Nwela our football predicting serval cat is proving that she does not actually know that much about football.
With Russia getting off to the perfect start as host nation beating Saudi Arabia 5-0 it was not the best start for our serval cat Nwela who predicted that Saudi Arabia would win.
With the World Cup kicking off today everyone will be trying to predict who is going to win each game and come out as the top of their group.
They say that anything is possible in the beautiful game. But now animals at a Norfolk zoo are going to be putting that to the test as they try to predict the results of the World Cup.
There is still time to enter the Norfolk Community Foundation’s photo challenge in celebration community life in Norfolk.
It was a night of celebration that had the audience cheering, smiling and even producing tears of joy.
One man’s love of animals will turn him into Santa for a day as he donates more than 100 packages to animals at a rescue centre.
It survived the great storm 30 years ago and now the King Oak has passed its inspection.
A woman living with disabilities is waiting to hear if she makes it through to the finals of a national competition celebrating the work she has done for charity.
Norfolk is populated with many defensive structures that have played a role in stopping invasion.
A headteacher of a Norfolk primary school has reassured parents after a smoke bomb was thrown into a playground as children gathered for their assembly.
A woman wanted by police has been arrested.
Fire crews were called to a blaze at a commercial building in Hemsby last night.
Monarch Airlines has gone into administration and has cancelled around 300,000 future bookings.
Time is running out to nominate for the Stars of Norfolk and Waveney Awards.
A driver has been caught travelling nearly 40mph over the speed limit after they were clocked travelling 107mph on the A47 yesterday evening.
Working in journalism you get to hear the incredible stories of people going above and beyond to help their community or bravery shown in the face of danger.
They were once the comical characters of our birthday parties, seaside towns and family fetes.
Poor weather failed to dampen Norfolk’s community spirit or its generous support as 80 cyclists took part in Club Together.
Stub it out on the touchline.
From the best brew to the finest foods, today we celebrate Norfolk’s food heroes.
Firefighters are still at the scene of a devastating fire in Ingham.
They are the volunteer coaches who run our sports groups and the youngsters who give it their all to be the best.
Traffic jams are the curse of the commute, the scourge of the school run and the bane of Bank Holidays.
Countless hours are spent by willing volunteers, local heroes and members of our communities to make their area a better place.
As some of the music industry’s biggest acts head to Sundown Festival at the Norfolk Showground this weekend, police are urging festival-goers to stay safe.
Going to work everyday is something that millions of people in the region do everyday.
Children are fascinated by machinery, whether a lorry, digger, motorbike or car, and youngsters can often be found playing with toys or watching in awe as they drive past.
Hard working teams can miss out on the full recognition that they deserve, especially when its network is so large and it never stops working.
The A47 has a lane closed after a three vehicle crash.
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