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.
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.
The region is braced for thunderstorms, torrential rain and flooding as more weather warnings have been put in place.
A man who was caught speeding on the A47 at 95mph wrote to magistrates about his hobbies, educational qualifications and his pet beagle.
Police continue to investigate the death of a well-known village cyclist who died after being hit by a car.
An inquest has opened into the death of a motorcyclist who died in a crash in Bawdeswell on Easter Sunday.
Brewers in north Norfolk and France are looking for boat owners to help complete the journey of a cargo of beer sailing over from Rouen.
Two siblings from Norfolk are running this year's Norwich Race for Life in memory of their big sister who died of breast cancer.
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.
High winds have caused havoc across Norfolk and Waveney with gusts of up to 60mph recorded in some areas of the county.
Norfolk is brimming with history going back hundreds of years, with extraordinary finds still being made preceding the Anglo-Saxon era.
The Benjamin Foundation was founded in 1994 by Richard Draper and his wife Vanessa, following the death of their son Ben, aged 17, in a motorcycle accident in August 1992.
Only one district council in the county has decided not to increase its share of council tax for the upcoming year, as taxpayers in the rest of Norfolk will see increases of up to £8.
Parents have slammed health and council officials for long delays in getting speech therapy assessments for their children, with many resorting to private care instead.
Ambulance response times in Norfolk have steadily climbed since the start of the new year, with health chiefs blaming difficulties in recruiting emergency staff.
Plans for a new state-of-the-art police station in Swaffham have been given the green light.
Plans for 40 homes to be built in a small mid-Norfolk village with no doctor's surgery and poor transport to nearby towns will go ahead despite objections raised by villagers.
A small village north of Dereham could potentially grow in size after plans for 40 new homes were submitted for approval.
Three community projects aimed at young people, the homeless and former offenders will benefit from more than £55,000 of funding.
The number of people using bus services in Norfolk and Suffolk continues to fall, with latest figures showing millions of passengers choosing not to travel by bus.
A western link to connect the A47 to the Northern Distributor Road moves ever closer to reality as Breckland Council becomes the third local authority to support proposals.