A winter appeal aimed at helping vulnerable people is making headway in easing the plight of the homeless and those living with learning disabilities.
A charity supporting Great Yarmouth women who have had their children taken into care will run for another two years after securing funding of more than £100,000.
Norfolk's only play centre for children and young people with autism is hailing the "amazing" transformation of its outdoor space.
Architects and inventors of the future are benefitting from creative projects focussed on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects.
The number of additional deaths during winter almost doubled last year compared to the previous year across the UK, as the colder months took their toll on the elderly and infirm.
More than 600 people are homeless in Norfolk with nearly 50 of them sleeping rough on the streets.
With your help, thousands of people across the county will benefit from a campaign aimed at keeping the elderly and vulnerable warm and cared for this winter.
When Julie James retires next month, the ceremonies will be smaller than those for her husband, the bishop, but no less heartfelt.
Norfolk's cultural champions were celebrated in style on Friday night at a glittering ceremony at Norwich Cathedral.
Forty thousand pounds is on offer to community groups in north Norfolk.
Top images representing community life in action have been selected as part of a photographic competition.
More than 150 dignitaries and invitees have gathered to work on a 'Working Together for a Brighter Great Yarmouth' event.
An ambitious bid to improve the lives of Norfolk's women and girls has been launched.
There is still time to enter the Norfolk Community Foundation's photo challenge in celebration community life in Norfolk.
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