A brick was thrown through the window of a train on the Norwich to London line as it left Diss station this morning.
The region’s ambulance service has more than doubled its spend on private ambulances in just one year, new figures reveal.
A carers’ organisation has suggested family carers in Norfolk need to keep up-to-date with technology to make caring easier.
The region’s mental health trust has topped the list for the number of referrals to treat children and young people it turns away.
Ryanair has published details of flights cancelled up to the end of next month.
This is the moment when a driver almost caused a horrific pile up with two police cars.
Staff from a bookies saved the life of a pensioner punter from Norfolk who collapsed in a diabetic coma and was alone at home for four days.
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There were thrills aplenty at Brewers Green Lane on Saturday as Diss Town saw off visitors Downham in a seven goal classic.
Swimmers from Diss Otters were kept busy over the weekend with three nights of competition.
Attleborough Town recorded a welcome 5-1 home win over a struggling Loddon side in Division One of the Anglian Combination after a run of a draw and two defeats.
Double Olympian and two-time European Championships medallist Colin Oates has announced his retirement from competitive judo.
Diss were well beaten after finding visitors Brentwood too hot to handle in most aspects of the game.
There is always a lot going on in south Norfolk. Here are just a few ideas of what to do and where to go this weekend.
There is always a lot going on in south Norfolk. Here are just a few ideas of what to do and where to go this weekend (Saturday, September 16, Sunday, September 17).
Portraits through the ages will be the focus of a history workshop at a north Suffolk church.
Music fans can experience classical guitar songs as well as opera and Broadway hits at two separate south Norfolk concerts.
An acclaimed biographer who shines a light on the life of a famous children’s author is holding a live book event.
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