Outbreaks of measles have been detected in the east of England in the last year, it can be revealed, as it was announced that the UK has lost its measles-free status.
More than 100,000 sick days were taken by NHS staff in Norfolk last year due to mental health struggles, it can be revealed.
A painter has been reunited with the response team who saved his life following a cardiac arrest.
Middle-aged people need to stay physically active if they are to enjoy a fit and healthy retirement, according to a new report from the University of East Anglia.
The number of cases of the life-threatening infection sepsis in Norfolk hospitals has risen by more than 70pc in the last three years.
More than 25,000 abused and neglected children in Norfolk and Waveney could be sidelined by mental health services.
Air quality in a town which failed to meet national targets has been "significantly improved", according to the latest readings.
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.
The region's mental health trust has moved to reassure over care as it was revealed patients were sent to a hospital with "unacceptable" standards.
The region's ambulance service still does not have enough staff to keep patients safe, as bosses were slammed in its latest inspection report.
Norfolk County Council is to crackdown on poor care social care given by private providers.
Work has started in Fakenham on new apartments for people needing "occasional care" as part of a £29m investment by Norfolk County Council.
Campaigners fighting for a new mental health care centre in Cromer have welcomed plans for improved services, but fear they will not go far enough.
A bid to overhaul the region's air ambulance bases and ensure the service can run 24 hours a day, seven days a week, has been boosted by a government grant.
Hundreds of thousands of pounds is owed to Norfolk's NHS by foreign patients not entitled to free healthcare.
Staff on the frontline of community mental health services are reporting much longer waiting lists than those recorded by bosses.
Smokers could soon be banned from lighting up on council land as a new report reveals the habit's staggering cost to Norfolk taxpayers.
A disabled man has been compensated with £1,000 and given an apology after a watchdog ruled Norfolk County Council was in breach of the law over cuts to his social care.
Urgent mental health-related incidents attended by police officers have almost doubled in four years as pressures on the 999 service grow.
Another director has resigned from the region's ambulance trust as a major overhaul of its top management team continues.
Healthcare trusts spent nearly half a million pounds on equipment specifically for obese patients, it can be revealed.
More than one in every ten pregnant women in Norfolk smoke during their pregnancy, new figures have revealed.
A person who called for an ambulance 1,136 times in the last 12 months is among dozens of notorious nuisances who are costing the service a fortune, it can be revealed.
The region's ambulance trust received calls from people suffering with sunburn as the service almost reached capacity over the weekend.
A Norfolk university is set to host a conference aimed at improving the support delivered to the bereaved across the county.
A film student from Dereham hopes her current project exploring abuse will be shown at a UK festival and then released to the public.
Staff working in children and young people's mental health were forced to make their own waiting lists as official data was so inaccurate and cases "slipped through the net".
A new initiative which aims to make sure that people who have suffered a cardiac arrest receive lifesaving help as quickly as possible has launched across the region.
A father of a six-year-old boy is taking on a formidable challenge to raise money for the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) where his son spent the first week of his life.
Plans for a counselling service and drop in centre to help people with mental health issues in Dereham have moved closer to completion.
A road between Fakenham and King's Lynn has reopened after a crash between a motorcycle and a van.
An 'essential' Coastwatch station has been given permission to expand, and will soon begin seeking the required £100,000.
A nursery worker is hoping to climb Everest to support children recovering from crime.
A campaign to stop a village's last pub from being turned into housing has earned the backing of an MP.
A veteran caught posting indecent images of children on an online messaging service and searching the dark web described his own actions as "disgusting" as he avoided jail.