A nursery in Hempnall is celebrating after receiving a glowing Ofsted report.
The programme director of The Lemur Conservation Association (AEECL) has visited Banham Zoo to highlight the importance of conservation.
A man who admitted to growing cannabis plants inside a greenhouse in south Norfolk has been given a formal warning.
A housing association which manages more than 5,500 homes across Norfolk and Suffolk has been criticised by watchdogs for poor governance and its chief executive has been placed on gardening leave.
The hunt continues today for a roaming gang who targeted people in their own homes, including three elderly victims, during a spate of burglaries in five of our communities.
A valued dementia support service will be scrapped despite health chiefs claiming its future was secured just two months ago.
A family have lost their home after it was ravaged by a fire which has destroyed most of the building.
A Harleston man has been arrested after two teenagers were verbally abused at Norwich Bus Station and on a bus journey to the market town.
People living in a south Norfolk village have today been urged to help find the yobs responsible for the “sustained” and “senseless” attacks on a 12th century church.
Tools were stolen from buildings and vehicles in an overnight crime spree in Diss.
Patients coming to the end of their lives will continue to receive care from support staff overnight after health bosses agreed to fund the service.
A support group for parents bereaved by baby loss has been formed.
A patient recovering from a serious stroke has married his long-term partner in a somewhat unusual location.
Staff at Harleston Medical Practice are celebrating after it was rated as “outstanding” following an inspection by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
GCSE results in Norfolk and Suffolk have gone up, as schools across the counties reported improvements on last year’s figures.
Although some school’s saw a fall in the number of pupils who gained A*-C grades in English and maths, there were many success stories.
Our live GCSE results map will show how schools across Norfolk have performed in GCSE exams compared to previous years.
A leading education expert has said school finances were facing “pressures on all sides” after an EDP analysis of 50 sets of academy accounts revealed deficits, staff cuts, and the impact of falling pupil numbers.
Thousands of A-level students around the region received their A-level results on Thursday.
Brexit and broadband were on the agenda when South Norfolk MP Richard Bacon met business leaders at a ‘Breakfast with Bacon’ event organised by Diss Business Forum.
A specialist audio visual distributor has moved into the broadcast and video market with two acquisitions.
Veterinary giant CVS Group has added 67 surgeries to its growing portfolio of practices, in what has been the most acquisitive year in its history.
The new owner of a care home near Diss has hit out at bank delays which have forced him to pay £30,000 in staff wages and bills from his own pocket.
Our region has the lowest unemployment rate across the country after seeing the number without work fall to 112,000 - a rate of just 3.5%.
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