Heather Heslop has been writing back and forth to health chiefs for more than 11 years to find out how her son died. She refuses to accept the hospital’s explanation.
Eleven schools across our region could be at risk of government intervention after falling below a key target in the latest GCSE league tables.
Rail passengers are being hit by cancellations due to a broken down train.
Two men have been bailed after armed police raided four homes in Norwich and Long Stratton yesterday morning.
Snow fell across the region this afternoon as predicted bad weather hit the area.
Work to repair a gas main in the centre of Diss will see part of the road open tomorrow.
Police in Diss are appealing for the driver of a vehicle which collided with two boys in the town to come forward.
Armed police arrested five people in raids across Norwich this morning.
The ongoing controversy over Harleston’s new toilet block has taken a dramatic new turn after it was revealed the facility has repeatedly been targeted by a saboteur.
Police have launched an investigation into reports of an aggravated burglary in Rushall.
Long-term unemployed people in south Norfolk are being encouraged to take part in a stage production that will hopefully help them find jobs and bring smiles to people’s faces.
A north Suffolk health site is set to offer residents of Diss and the surrounding area a range of community health services,
As a haemophiliac, Steve Sillett relied on NHS blood to survive.
A major council investment of more than £4m will be poured into south Norfolk leisure centres in a bid to transform them into community hubs.
Patients have waited for more than four hours for hospital transport following the awarding of a health contract to a private provider.
The opening of a new café in Diss has propelled the town forward as a dementia-friendly community.
It is a tradition more associated with American schools, but now Norfolk schools are catching prom fever.
A headteacher of a primary school in Long Stratton has spoken of her disappointment after an Ofsted inspection said the school “requires improvement” – and has demanded a re-inspection.
Pupils from three primary schools showed off their operatic skills when they rehearsed an opera they had composed themselves.
Three top family regional attractions have launched a recruitment drive for hundreds of seasonal posts.
There will be umbrellas galore at Norwich Theatre Royal as classic musical Singin’ in the Rain is among the shows announced today as coming to the city venue for its new season.
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