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Councillor criticises NHS for lack of mental health support following suicide attempt

Councillor criticises NHS for lack of mental health support following suicide attempt

Councillor criticises NHS for lack of mental health support following suicide attempt

Stuart Warren has criticised the trust for allegedly not offering him any mental health support after he attempted to take his own life


Generous donation from charity sees defibrillator installed at high school

Generous donation from charity sees defibrillator installed at high school

Generous donation from charity sees defibrillator installed at high school

A national charity has provided the defibrillator to offer potentially lifesaving help for students


Specialist school reverses fortunes after glowing Ofsted report

Specialist school reverses fortunes after glowing Ofsted report

Specialist school reverses fortunes after glowing Ofsted report

The school, for children with autism, has impressed inspectors two years after receiving an 'inadequate' rating


Council commission flocking birds sculpture to go up in town centre

Council commission flocking birds sculpture to go up in town centre

Council commission flocking birds sculpture to go up in town centre

The sculpture, named Flock, has been designed by London-based art collective toyStudio


Tributes paid to 'one of life's characters' Roger Browne following death last month

Tributes paid to 'one of life's characters' Roger Browne following death last month

Tributes paid to 'one of life's characters' Roger Browne following death last month

Friends have shared their memories of the 78-year-old, who once booked none other than The Beatles to perform at the Corn Hall in Diss


Dad takes on 400-mile bike ride to raise funds for children’s hospice that cared for his son

Dad takes on 400-mile bike ride to raise funds for children’s hospice that cared for his son

Dad takes on 400-mile bike ride to raise funds for children’s hospice that cared for his son

Ian Doe is preparing for an epic 400-mile bike ride to raise funds for the children’s hospice that cared for his son


Town’s only authentic Indian deli offers an up-close experience

Town’s only authentic Indian deli offers an up-close experience

Town’s only authentic Indian deli offers an up-close experience

A year since opening his delicatessen, Philip Mitchell has learned that the appetite for traditional, slow-cooked Indian cuisine is bigger than ever


Owner of new funeral parlour on a mission to reframe the conversation about death

Owner of new funeral parlour on a mission to reframe the conversation about death

Owner of new funeral parlour on a mission to reframe the conversation about death

A father-of-two is looking to break down some of the taboos about death as he opens up his own funeral parlour


Hedgehogs are ‘dying in droves’ across south Norfolk, warns sanctuary owner

Hedgehogs are ‘dying in droves’ across south Norfolk, warns sanctuary owner

Hedgehogs are ‘dying in droves’ across south Norfolk, warns sanctuary owner

Rural areas of eastern England have seen the largest decline in hedgehog populations in the past two decades


Town councillor decries 'heartbeaking' vandalism plaguing town

Town councillor decries 'heartbeaking' vandalism plaguing town

Town councillor decries 'heartbeaking' vandalism plaguing town

The local town council has been forced to fork out £223 to replace a swing set after it was destroyed by vandals last month


Tributes paid to 'English gentleman' Christopher Lowton

Tributes paid to 'English gentleman' Christopher Lowton

Tributes paid to 'English gentleman' Christopher Lowton

The 75-year-old who has been described as ‘a real English gentleman’ following his death last month


Foreign Secretary weighs in on controversial digester plant plans

Foreign Secretary weighs in on controversial digester plant plans

Foreign Secretary weighs in on controversial digester plant plans

South West Norfolk MP Liz Truss has weighed in on the ongoing dispute over the controversial plant


Primary School student becomes one of the first girls to win Ninja Karts Championship

Primary School student becomes one of the first girls to win Ninja Karts Championship

Primary School student becomes one of the first girls to win Ninja Karts Championship

Rosie Taber fought her way over 15 laps to take home the silverware during the championship race last month


Primary school using golden retriever to help pupils' reading

Primary school using golden retriever to help pupils' reading

Primary school using golden retriever to help pupils' reading

Riley, a two-year-old golden retriever, has has become a cherished reading companion for special education students


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