They are the silent, stealthy hunters of the night – the thing of nightmares for every small rodent.
Hundreds of people have enjoyed a day of folk music on a Norfolk Estate, while the younger generation had fun hunting down Easter treats.
A camp site which includes First World War Practice trenches has finally been given planning permission.
Their chips are golden and crispy and have beaten all their competitors to be named as the best in West Norfolk.
Recent road closures during gas repair works in Dereham have prompted a debate over whether the town’s historic heart should be made permanently traffic-free.
Hundreds of clever children have used their knowledge in a Lowestoft park to net themselves a tasty treat - a free Easter egg.
Personnel at RAF Marham and staff at engineering firm BAE have been busy collecting Easter eggs to distribute to charities locally.
A road in Norwich’s Golden Triangle was blocked for more than two hours after a crash.
People in Lowestoft have been given one final chance to show their opposition to plans to slash mental health beds for Waveney and Great Yarmouth.
Hunstanton’s refurbished Spinney will be officially opened with its first community event next weekend.
Trans-Atlantic ties were strengthened in Swaffham when the town’s Lions club welcomed the head of their twin group in America to the annual Charter night celebrations.
Drivers have been warned to expect delays after a crash on the A47 southern bypass near Norwich.
The sound of a male bittern and the sighting of a possible female raises hopes for a future nest at Titchwell RSPB Reserve.
Police are appealing for witnesses following the damage of 15 cars on Guanock Terrance, Lynn.
Conservationists and volunteers are being encouraged to sign up for this year’s Norfolk Bat Survey.
Denver is to celebrate 50 years since the opening of its village hall.
This painting, which was a gift to The Queen Mother, will be one of those on display at Sandringham House this summer. The work, by Edward Seago, shows a view up river towards Lynn.
Scooter racing was one of the many activities put on by a youth centre during an open day to celebrate its first anniversary.
In a month’s time I am doing a tandem skydive. As the days get nearer, excitement and nervousness grow. I don’t like heights, but I imagine I won’t have much time to be scared as we jump into the sky.
Delicious dishes from around the world have been on offer in Norwich over Easter.