A cat left standing in its own excrement was one of 2,588 animal cruelty complaints investigated by the RSPCA in Norfolk last year.
More than 1,500 admissions to hospital in Norfolk and Suffolk over the course of a year were due to drug-related mental illness, new figures revealed.
A Norfolk doctor faces a misconduct tribunal over allegations she did not follow or seek instructions while delivering a baby.
As part of our series looking at the future of local government, political editor Richard Porritt looks at what hasn’t worked elsewhere.
Not many charities can persuade their fundraisers to walk 15 miles with a fridge on their back.
The new chief executive of the region’s failing mental health trust has said things need to go back to basics to fix problems highlighted by inspectors.
Monarch Airlines has gone into administration and has cancelled around 300,000 future bookings.
A lorry driver was acting on “pure instinct” when he saved a motorist’s life and almost certainly prevented a multiple pile-up.
Home hero Robert Lambert has predicted a bright future for Great Britain after banishing the memories of last year’s World Cup final at the National Speedway Stadium.
A 60-year-old man called police and threatened to kill Muslims on the day of the Manchester terror attack, a court heard.
The region’s mental health trust has been listed in the top five in the country for sending patients out of the area for their care.
On May 22 at approximately 8pm, our daughter Esmé, aged 11, reads out to us her piece of English coursework that she had been working on and out of school in the week leading up to the Manchester attack.
Ariana Grande led a star-studded line-up for the One Love Manchester benefit concert at the the Emirates Old Trafford cricket ground.
Theresa May has warned that Britain is in the grip of a spate of copycat terror attacks in the wake of the London Bridge atrocity.
Community leaders across Norfolk have reacted to the shock news of the terrorist attack in London.
Theresa May is facing pressure to postpone the general election in the wake of the London terror attack.
North Norfolk candidate Norman Lamb said he took guidance from the national party about doing “low key” canvassing during the national suspension following the Manchester bombing.
Armed police with sub-machine guns are continuing high visibility patrols across Norfolk over the Bank Holiday weekend - despite a lowering of the UK threat level.
The new chairman of North Norfolk District Council said it was “quite humbling” to take on the role.
As armed officers are deployed across the county in response to the increased threat level, the message from Norfolk’s chief is: “Talk to us”.
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