While many of us have enjoyed working in the comfort of an office, David Large has battled through all weathers and seasons to run his market stall for nearly half a century.
The people who make Norfolk’s NHS function have opened their hearts about the “constant battle” they face to keep services afloat.
A gym owner who says exercise can help mental health is calling on the community to join him in an exercise challenge to raise money for charity.
One of the largest diabetes prevention research studies in the world has just finished recruiting after screening over 13,000 participants at risk of diabetes in Norfolk, Suffolk and north east Essex.
Families are being offered to chance to win an annual pass to one of Norfolk’s most popular tourist attractions.
A pig at a park and ride and two mystery pygmy goats that appeared in a couple’s garden sent animal lovers scurrying to the rescue on Sunday.
This year’s event, which took place on Sunday (July 23) at King’s Head Meadow, had the theme of children’s book characters.
Vulnerable young people who are exploited by London gangs to transport drugs into Norfolk should be treated as victims, rather than criminals, according to the NSPCC.
A police campaign targeting drink and drug drivers on the roads of Norfolk and Suffolk over the course of June has led to more than 80 motorists being prosecuted.
No action will be taken against any police officers who investigated the force’s medical advisor Hugh O’Neill - who was later jailed for a series of sex attacks.
A leading international poet has spoken about violence which broke out in a small Norfolk market town.
Dozens of calls raising concerns about the underground puppy trade were made in the region last year, new statistics show.
More than 6,250 people who were arrested in the last two years were seen by a service which supports vulnerable people to get their lives back on track.
Safety at all of the region’s mental health trust’s inpatient units has been improved after a £1.5m project to remove potential ligature points.
Up to an extra £36m would be needed to provide mental health support for all children and young people who need it in Norfolk, it has been revealed.
A new £13m complex needs school in Old Buckenham has taken a step closer after building work tipped over the halfway point.
Pupils and staff at Wymondham College are celebrating a refurbishment of the school’s tennis and netball courts, which followed a £6,000 fundraising effort.
A South Norfolk school which was deemed as requiring improvement by Ofsted has performed well following an interim inspection.
Bright students from around Norfolk and north Suffolk have been brushing up on how to land a spot at top universities at a summer workshop in Norwich.
A museum which commemorates one of the darkest periods of East Anglia’s History is celebrating two landmark anniversaries this year.
Food producer Cranswick says it has made a “positive start” to the financial year.
An audio-visual equipment distributor has said it expects to be ahead of its full year predictions after a strong first six months.
Norfolk’s countryside is now home to more so-called ‘mega-farms’ than anywhere else in the country thanks to a boom in intensive poultry production, we can reveal today.
Two of the biggest car dealers in the region have continued to grow their turnover despite pressure on margins brought about by the economic turbulence.
A software firm whose app cuts costs in the construction trade is hoping to build on success as it target the home DIY market, after securing a five-figure grant.
Residents have complained about a loss of parking spaces following a £3.4m project to improve their town and make it more pedestrian-friendly.
A ten-year-old Doctor Who fan won’t bat an eyelid at the new female Doctor Who - as long as he can climb into his own dalek and exterminate.
Shocking dash-cam footage has emerged of a road rage incident on the A140 in Norfolk where a driver performed a U-turn and then rammed head-on into another car.
Three teenagers killed at a collision at Pulham Market died of multiple injuries, the opening of the inquest into their deaths has heard.
Center Parcs has apologised for disruption caused to holidaymakers who were evacuated from shops, restaurants and a swimming pool at its Elveden resort after a customer reported overhearing someone mention a suspect device.
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