A store owner said today he was letting shoplifters get away, as figures showed more businesses were not supporting police action against thieves.
Knife crime victims today called for harsher sentences for those caught with weapons, as the latest figures reveal a quarter of offenders go to prison.
Wages for top managers at academy chains have soared by a quarter, despite a funding crisis gripping the region's schools.
Faeces under fingernails, weeks without baths and calls to emergency services for support - these are some of the damning observations made at our region's failing care homes.
Thousands of car criminals in Norfolk have gone unpunished as less than 2pc of cases are taken to court.
Here's a look at what our newly-elected MPs have promised to do about the key issues in Norfolk and Waveney.
More than 3,500 wheelie bins were stolen in Norfolk in the last three years, with some families resorting to social media to avoid replacement charges.
Norfolk schools are facing a £29m funding shortfall next year compared to 2015, despite political parties promising billions of pounds of more money, a union has claimed.
Nearly one in five shops are empty on some Norfolk and Waveney high streets, but tourist hotspots are booming.
Nearly 10pc of serious and fatal accidents in Norfolk happened on the A47, making it the most dangerous road in the county.
Nearly 50 neighbourhoods in Norfolk and Waveney are among the 10pc most deprived in the country, figures have revealed.
It was hailed as a fresh era for rail travel in the region, but no dates have been set for when Greater Anglia's new trains will be running on its main line.
Patients in Norfolk and Waveney have rated appointment times as their biggest source of frustration, with some complaining of waiting several weeks to see a doctor.
We are taking a look at how scam victims get treated when they report crimes to the authorities.
Less than half of household waste in Norfolk was recycled, according to the latest figures, with some areas falling well below the government target.
Health services across Norfolk and Suffolk will benefit from a £135m funding boost as part of the prime minister's £1.8bn cash injection for the NHS.
A long friendship between neighbours ended in a long, bitter court dispute - costing one woman nearly a quarter of a million pounds.
A kennels owner has been landed with a £93,000 legal bill after her barrister neighbour took a "Rolls Royce" approach to her dogs being too loud.
Coastal areas will have to rely on more migration or face a decline in their workforce, according to government figures.
Hundreds of families in Norfolk have been removed from their homes by a controversial law which the Government now wants to ban.
Nearly 200 people have reported cases of revenge porn to Norfolk police since it was outlawed four years ago - but just a handful have made it to court.
A couple fear they will have to move out of their home for a third time after repair works failed to fix problems.
People moving into new homes are regularly facing a swathe of problems with their properties, which are then not being dealt with quickly enough by developers, an investigation has found.
Earlier this year the government pledged to ban the controversial Section 21 notice, which gives landlords the power to evict tenants.
Thousands of people basked in the sunshine on the hottest day of the year in the region.
Passenger satisfaction on the region's trains is improving but delays are still a problem, survey figures show.
The region is braced for thunderstorms, torrential rain and flooding as more weather warnings have been put in place.
A 76-year-old man died at a nursing home after sustaining a traumatic head injury while on holiday, an inquest has heard.
A man who was described as a 'recluse' was found dead at his home after a neighbour became concerned for his safety.
British Red Cross first aid volunteer groups that have provided support at small public events across the region will be disbanded in a bid to save costs.
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