Concerns over bullying from ambulance bosses have again been highlighted - just a month after the deaths of three staff members prompted a major investigation into the trust's culture.
Train users face delays of by up to an hour following an earlier broken down train.
The Crown Prosecution Service has released guidelines regarding when to charge someone after criticism from the management team of late Norfolk television presenter Caroline Flack.
A motorist has been reported after driving nearly twice the speed limit through a South Norfolk town.
Norfolk television presenter Caroline Flack has died at the age of 40.
Dramatic dash-cam footage has captured the moment a tree "shattered" as it crashed into the path of a moving milk tanker during Storm Ciara.
Snow and hail have arrived in Norfolk - just in time to cause rush-hour driving problems.
A "disturbing" incident which saw an articulated lorry drive through the scene of an accident has triggered a reminder to drivers to abide by road closures.
No hot water and a boiler failure have shut two Norfolk schools.
Rural rail stations have seen an increase in users as almost 10m people travelled across Norfolk alone by train last year.
Norfolk and Suffolk are set to be hit by up to 70mph winds tomorrow.
A top actor with a disability has attacked Greater Anglia over its failure to provide wheelchair seating areas in first class carriages on its new trains.
A pedestrian has been airlifted to hospital after being involved in a collision with a car.
A shortage of doctors has left individual GPs in our region responsible for as many as 4,000 patients, figures have revealed.
There are fears that more people will be "priced out" of using buses after the region's largest operator announced a round of fare increases of up to 14pc.
The family of an 81-year-old who was sent more than 250 miles away for mental health treatment and then died on the roadside have faced further heartache after being unable to plan her funeral.
Voters are currently casting their ballots at polling stations across the county to elect candidates for Norfolk and Waveney's 10 seats.
The chaotic roll-out of new trains in the region has taken a fresh twist, with the next wave of 111 vehicles postponed to "complete software development".
Hard-pressed train passengers have been dealt another blow, with Greater Anglia axing a host of its early morning catering services on the Norwich to London line in the New Year.
Two MPs in Norfolk and Waveney have ranked in the bottom 20 in the whole country in a new survey.
New Greater Anglia trains have been nicknamed 'Basils' by staff - because they are so "faulty".
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