Patients who rely on a life-changing thyroid medicine to lead a normal life say rising costs mean it is being withdrawn.
Eight green spaces across the East of England have already been nominated in a national competition to find the best park, playground or playing field in the country.
A stork that stopped off on its way to North Africa has taken up residence on a chimney in a Norfolk market town.
They travelled the width of the country from the Welsh coast to Lowestoft Ness, and a future school in Old Buckenham will reap the benefits.
Oliver and Olivia have been revealed as the most popular baby names in the region for 2016 according to official figures.
Stars of the small screen, music and magic will be special guests at a ball being organised to help children with a disability caused by their mothers drinking alcohol while pregnant.
Whether looking at our own futures, or those of loved ones, adult social care is a sector which will come into everyone’s life at some point.
Armed officers will be deployed across Norfolk over the coming days as the UK terror threat is raised to its highest level.
Those living in south Norfolk are at the lowest risk in the country of dying of liver disease, new figures have revealed.
A Norfolk company leading the way in sports education has scored a deal with a US group to get American youngsters using football to improve their health.
There is always a lot going on in south Norfolk. Here are just a few ideas of what to do and where to go this weekend (Saturday, September 16, Sunday, September 17).
Take a minute, change a life.
A Wymondham school has been granted £2m for a new classroom block to replace a second world war building.
Women who are struggling to conceive face extra heartache after a decision to scrap NHS funding for IVF treatment in the county where it was pioneered.
The efforts of thousands of ‘hidden’ carers who are supporting someone close to them who has dementia, will again be highlighted as part of National Dementia Carers’ Day (Sunday 10 September 2017).
An attempt to resolve a long-running dispute around a Wymondham play park seem to have taken a step backwards.
It was 20 years ago a leading health researcher made a gloomy prophecy about the future of Norfolk’s busiest hospital.
New figures show more than 150 people in our region have died on the waiting list for an organ transplant over the past 10 years.
Labour shadow chancellor John McDonnell has spoken of his encouragement at seeing so many young people attending this year’s Burston Strike School Rally.
The world’s most famous engine is heading to East Anglia, and two lucky winners are being offered the chance of a lifetime to jump on board.
Nearly half of people diagnosed with cancer in the east of England were not fully told about the potential long-term side effects of their treatment, it has been revealed.
While most soldiers who served in the First World War did so on foot, some were mounted in the saddles of bicycles.
A family run swim school has found a novel solution to the dwindling number of pools available for swimming lessons - they’ve built their own.
Their knees may have suffered but their hearts were full of pride after climbing a mountain and swimming a lake.
For the past four years they have given people with and without disabilities the chance to experience the thrill of sports shooting.
Norfolk has been named one of the most attractive counties for retirees.
They planted a seed of £500 in a new natural fertiliser business.
His son was born with a disease so rare that fewer than one in 15,000 children have it.
People have been invited to a string of roadshows about work on the A47.
A singer will raise funds for a town museum by performing songs about the area.
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