Home   Authors   Author

Subscribe Now

Man stole alcohol from supermarket to sell to make money to buy food

27 August 2023
Man stole alcohol from supermarket to sell to make money to buy food

Man stole alcohol from supermarket to sell to make money to buy food

27 August 2023

A court heard how a man had stolen bottles of spirits from a supermarket to sell to get money to feed himself.


‘If I knew how to start the car, I would have taken off with it’ said man caught interfering with vehicle

26 August 2023
‘If I knew how to start the car, I would have taken off with it’ said man caught interfering with vehicle

‘If I knew how to start the car, I would have taken off with it’ said man caught interfering with vehicle

26 August 2023

A man caught sitting in a stranger’s car attempting to put the keys in the ignition lied and said he was “taking it for an MOT”.


Man caught drink driving had hotel room booked – but decided to drive home

26 August 2023
Man caught drink driving had hotel room booked – but decided to drive home

Man caught drink driving had hotel room booked – but decided to drive home

26 August 2023

A drink driver who spent an evening at a pub and booked a hotel room decided to get behind the wheel to drive home.


Man given community order for kicking woman and threatening her with pitchfork

26 August 2023
Man given community order for kicking woman and threatening her with pitchfork

Man given community order for kicking woman and threatening her with pitchfork

26 August 2023

A man who kicked a woman and then threatened her with a pitchfork managed to avoid going to prison.


Woman over drink driving limit got in car to capture pet

26 August 2023
Woman over drink driving limit got in car to capture pet

Woman over drink driving limit got in car to capture pet

26 August 2023

A 63-year-old who had driven 0.3 miles down the road to attempt to capture her escaped dog landed in court for drink driving.


Parents can save some cash at school uniform swap this week

25 August 2023
Parents can save some cash at school uniform swap this week

Parents can save some cash at school uniform swap this week

25 August 2023

A charitable organisation will be running an event to supply school uniforms and help parents save some cash.


Family unsatisfied with police investigation after mother suffered drug-related death

25 August 2023
Family unsatisfied with police investigation after mother suffered drug-related death

Family unsatisfied with police investigation after mother suffered drug-related death

25 August 2023

A mum of three suffered a drug-related death due to the combination of her medication and painkillers which caused fatal respiratory depression.


Union says Wilko stores will ‘close within weeks’

24 August 2023
Union says Wilko stores will ‘close within weeks’

Union says Wilko stores will ‘close within weeks’

24 August 2023

Administrators for the stricken retailer Wilko have denied plans to close stores next week after the GMB union said “the majority” would be shut.


Villager shares concerns mystery moaner is trying to sabotage ride-on lawnmower after complaints

22 August 2023
Villager shares concerns mystery moaner is trying to sabotage ride-on lawnmower after complaints

Villager shares concerns mystery moaner is trying to sabotage ride-on lawnmower after complaints

22 August 2023

A keen gardener fears a mystery village “mower moaner” is trying to sabotage his ride-on tractor after complaints about it being too loud.


A car show to remember raises £2,000 for Ukraine war effort

22 August 2023
A car show to remember raises £2,000 for Ukraine war effort

A car show to remember raises £2,000 for Ukraine war effort

22 August 2023

A couple who have visited Ukraine four times to deliver supplies to the front line hosted a car show to raise money for the war-torn country.


Students lead eco charge by collecting thousands of batteries

20 August 2023
Students lead eco charge by collecting thousands of batteries

Students lead eco charge by collecting thousands of batteries

20 August 2023

Students at a West Norfolk high school have come top of the league for recycling batteries.


Luscious lobster festival raises nearly £1,000 for charity

20 August 2023
Luscious lobster festival raises nearly £1,000 for charity

Luscious lobster festival raises nearly £1,000 for charity

20 August 2023

A tasty lobster festival helped to raise nearly £1,000 for a good cause.


More than 100 cats are looking for a home amid lengthy waiting lists

20 August 2023
More than 100 cats are looking for a home amid lengthy waiting lists

More than 100 cats are looking for a home amid lengthy waiting lists

20 August 2023

More than 100 cats are in need of a caring home after being overlooked for too long.


New service up and running after closure of town bank

18 August 2023
New service up and running after closure of town bank

New service up and running after closure of town bank

18 August 2023

A new banking service has been launched for residents – after the doors at its permanent building closed earlier this year.

1

‘The bounce to help their pounce’: Fundraiser to rebuild cat adoption centre

18 August 2023
‘The bounce to help their pounce’: Fundraiser to rebuild cat adoption centre

‘The bounce to help their pounce’: Fundraiser to rebuild cat adoption centre

18 August 2023

Staff at a cat adoption centre will be taking part in a charity run in a bid to raise funds for a big refurbishment.


‘Art is not just a hobby’: Exciting exhibition held in village hall

16 August 2023
‘Art is not just a hobby’: Exciting exhibition held in village hall

‘Art is not just a hobby’: Exciting exhibition held in village hall

16 August 2023

A three-day exhibition showcasing works of original art was held in a village over the weekend.


Death of man found in his home was drug-related, inquest concludes

15 August 2023
Death of man found in his home was drug-related, inquest concludes

Death of man found in his home was drug-related, inquest concludes

15 August 2023

A man found dead in his home last December lived was an alcoholic who lived in “a state of chaos”, an inquest has heard.


Hospital’s new dementia-friendly garden blooms into action

15 August 2023
Hospital’s new dementia-friendly garden blooms into action

Hospital’s new dementia-friendly garden blooms into action

15 August 2023

A new dementia-friendly garden has opened to help bring the therapeutic effects of nature to patients on a specialist hospital ward.


Volunteers ‘bowled over’ as thousands attend fair

15 August 2023
Volunteers ‘bowled over’ as thousands attend fair

Volunteers ‘bowled over’ as thousands attend fair

15 August 2023

Agricultural history was celebrated on Sunday with a day of makers, stalls and food.


Students set sail on 102-year-old fishing boat

13 August 2023
Students set sail on 102-year-old fishing boat

Students set sail on 102-year-old fishing boat

13 August 2023

Students from secondary school got the adventure of a lifetime when they set sail as crew in a 102-year-old fishing boat.


This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies - Learn More