Hundreds of thousands of women and their families were left terrified over a breast cancer screening scandal which never existed, a review has found.
This week, Peter Sharkey looks at why thousands of people are using lifetime mortgages to buy a home in the sun.
More trains than ever are being delayed or cancelled on East Anglia’s rail network as repeated pledges to improve services fall flat.
The number of children being excluded from Norfolk schools is “shockingly high” and systems need to be changed, one of the county’s MPs has told Parliament.
A former Norfolk MP and hospital chairman has been given one of the health service’s top jobs.
A children’s charity has criticised the Government after it appeared to go back on plans to change the law which would protect teenagers from adults working in positions of trust.
David Davis has quit his role as Brexit secretary less than two years after his appointment.
A police officer has taken to social media to describe how he has been spat on during two consecutive night shifts.
A former health minister has claimed ambulance bosses “misled” MPs on a number of matters relating to winter pressures.
A Norfolk charity has expressed its dismay after it was revealed a breast cancer screening error meant hundreds of women’s lives may have been cut short.
Young people across Norfolk have the chance to vote for their peers as the elections for the youth parliament get under way.
School children, councillors and onlookers headed to the centre of Dereham to mark a century since the act that paved the way to universal suffrage.
Up to 81 patients may have died due to ambulance delays in the east of England over a three-week period, according to a Norfolk MP.
A young ambassador for road safety has said too many lives are being lost on Norfolk’s roads after another fatal crash on the A47 in Scarning.
Top NHS executives met behind closed doors to probe “shocking” delays at the region’s ambulance service which may have led to a man freezing to death.
A damning dossier compiled by a senior whistleblower from the region’s ambulance trust has claimed at least 40 patients died or were harmed due to delays over Christmas and New Year - including one person who froze to death.
A senior whistleblower within the region’s ambulance trust has claimed up to 80 people could have died or come to harm because of delays over the Christmas and New Year period.
The resignation of the region’s ambulance trust’s medical director has been announced just a day after it was alleged 20 people died waiting for help whilst the service was stretched.
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