A Suffolk care home had demonstrated elements of abuse, as well as undermining patients' safety and dignity – according to a new report.
Staff at Diss and Long Stratton leisure centres have joined the front line in the battle against coronavirus by volunteering at a nearby hospital.
Phineas Bennett, who was born with six heart defects, has been fundraising for a children’s heart charity by climbing the set of stairs at his home.
Norfolk Police's representative has spoken out over the government's lack of action when it comes to vaccination.
Richard Bacon has revealed plans he learned in meetings with top NHS officials.
Personal trainer Pete Gardener has found a way to keep people fit, without the need for a gym.
Cases in Scole, Dickleburgh, and Bressingham have risen at a considerably higher rate than the rest of south Norfolk.
Secondary schools in Suffolk will not be reopening as planned next week, while the majority of primary schools will reopen on January 4.
Vaccinations being rolled out could offer a light at the end of the tunnel.
Up to 30,000 turkeys are to be culled due to the outbreak.
A phone line set up to provide immediate help has been used by more than 25,000.
Diss Dental Health Centre, is expecting more treatment rooms after securing vital funding.
All workers who have been on site since the start of August will now be tested.
Police were called after reports that a man was acting suspiciously, but after he was detained under the mental health act he became seriously unwell.
Police and an ambulance rushed to the scene, with an air ambulance landing in the park beside the Mere a short time later.
NHS Digital data shows rise in demand as warning is made about remote sessions.
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The home has received all manner of goodwill gestures.
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