The publication was founded in 1845 and closed in 1961. The area it covered was the whole of Norfolk. Copies of the paper for most of its 116 years are held at the Local History Library in Norwich.
Notable editors of the paper include Edmund Rogers (1848–1870)
- Vox populi: the Norfolk newspaper press, 1760-1900 by R. Stedman (Library Association Thesis, London, 1971) ISBN 0-900592-58-3
- The Norwich Post: its contemporaries and successors by E. Fowler and M. Payne (Norfolk News Company, Norwich, 1951)
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