Armed police officers in Norfolk and Suffolk have shot their guns nearly 200 times in the last five years, but have not injured or killed anyone, figures reveal.
We can all do our part to slow down the spread of coronavirus by staying home, but nobody said self-isolating would be easy.
Animal rescue centres are urgently calling for food donations after panic buying has left their supply shelves empty.
The terminal illness charity Marie Curie will stop accepting collections in Norfolk and Suffolk as its biggest annual appeal is cancelled over coronavirus.
A much-loved department store chain which went into administration in January is closing its final stores after retail was hit by coronavirus concerns.
As coronavirus continues to spread throughout the country, with five confirmed cases in Norfolk and Suffolk, we have answered your questions.
Universal Credit is ‘plunging people into debt’, campaign groups say, as figures show the number of claimants in the east has risen to 214,000.
‘People said Brexit wouldn’t happen, but look at that. Nexit is the next big thing.’
Businesses and shoppers are being warned after a duo attempted to spend £1,000 of counterfeit money.
A coronavirus health campaign has been launched across the nation as the government works to prevent the spread of illness.
A kind-hearted hobbyist shocked a newly married couple after he returned their lost wedding ring, 18 months after he first found it.
An author and local historian has celebrated the rich and ‘often forgotten’ literary heritage of the Waveney Valley in a new book.
Children’s safety could be at risk, union bosses have warned as a school trust announces plans to cut over 130 jobs in ICT, caretaking and maintenance.
Little green men and ghouls may have been visiting East Anglia, even attracting the attention of the police.
A well-being group which provides animal visits for people with life limiting illnesses has been selected to receive up to £25,000 from Tesco.
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