Tom Bristow

A litany of failings in three separate Norfolk cases involving vulnerable children were revealed today.

Three slaughtermen have admitted a string of animal welfare offences after being exposed by secret cameras.

Planners have set out their vision for a 10,000 home “garden town” in a document we are publishing today.

Councils are pouring millions of taxpayers’ pounds into commercial property to make up for money lost by government cuts.

Opinion: Question the NHS and face the backlash

Saturday, July 14, 2018

“I assume if any members of the EDP team are ever in need of medical attention then you won’t call for an ambulance or use the NHS.”

Hopes of an energy company funding sea defences to protect Happisburgh’s rapidly eroding cliffs have been dashed.

These photos show how the coast has been disappearing before one pilot’s eyes.

The region’s leading hospital has just been rated “inadequate” and put into special measures. Let us know what you think in our survey.

A week before the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) was rated inadequate, a private firm - which continues to get tens of millions of NHS pounds a year for building it - reported record profits.

One of the disadvantages of being a journalist is you often only see the worst side of things rather than the best.

A Norfolk estate agent has gone to ground owing landlords thousands of pounds, an EDP investigation can today reveal.

The secret lover of a Norfolk lord allegedly entered his London flat and daubed insults on the wall in pigs’ blood, a court has heard.

Families will have to move out of their dream new-build homes for a second time in a year after problems were uncovered with a street of houses.

A new map measuring mobile data strength in Norfolk has revealed “not spots” in every major town.

These pictures show some of the luxury goods fraudster brothers Alan and Russell Taylor bought with the cash of their victims.

Two financial advisors began a prison sentence on Thursday after defrauding customers out of millions of pounds in life savings.

More burglaries are being reported to Norfolk police with 4,000 last year.

Police are solving less than one in ten break-ins in some parts of Norfolk, with detection rates differing massively across the county.

They are used to crack down on drug dealing, noisy neighbours and drinking. But are they working? Tom Bristow and Taz Ali report on what happens after tenants get evicted by ‘closure orders’.

CRIME! It gets the headlines every day, but do you think it is going up or down where you live?

Burglary is one of the most common crimes in Norfolk and Suffolk but how good are police at solving it?

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