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Lee Barrett hoped the death of his son at a birthday party in Hemsby would be a wake up call about the devastating consequences of carrying knives.

The Broads Authority has spent tens of thousands of pounds on legal fees fighting a five-year battle with a retired teacher over tolls.

Vulnerable teenagers in Norfolk will be placed back with a company investigated for putting youngsters in homes in a squalid state - despite an apology from the council.

A former staff member at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital has admitted stealing almost £153,000 from a hospital bank account.

A husband and wife are accused of having a fake gun during a robbery at Surlingham post office.

This is the lethal ‘face melter’ acid that can burn and maim people in seconds - and can be bought online in minutes.

Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner Lorne Green said on Tuesday he wanted to see a thorough review into policing over the weekend at Cromer.

Two Cromer barmen have described the trouble they faced from large groups of travellers drinking at their premises over the weekend.

The owner of an Indian restaurant in Cromer who had to force a large group of travellers out of his business on Saturday night has accused the police of looking on while his family had to deal with dozens of people stealing drinks.

Police forces should release the names of suspects wanted for serious crimes for years to let the public know who they are.

Nearly 300 suspects are wanted by Norfolk police for crimes ranging from rape to drug offences - but we can’t tell you who has been on the run for years because officers say it would breach their privacy.

Patients’ confidential details have been left in a restaurant, found on pavements and emailed to the wrong people in hundreds of data protection breaches in Norfolk and Suffolk’s NHS.

Hundreds of disabled people in Norfolk and Suffolk have been wrongly stripped of their benefits. What’s it like to go through the process? Three people share their stories.

Police Scotland’s chief constable Phil Gormley is being investigated for misconduct following a complaint.

A prisoner reportedly shouted “this is for Allah” and then cut a guard and injured another inmate with a blade in HMP Wayland.

Ten days after the prime minister announced an inquiry into the contaminated blood scandal, one Norfolk victim speaks out from his hospital bed.

A candidate suspended by the Liberal Democrats after being charged with fraud is still standing for the party at a by-election on Thursday - because his suspension came too late.

A Liberal Democrat candidate for an upcoming by-election in North Walsham was suspended from the local party on Tuesday evening.

Hundreds of disabled people in the region have successfully overturned decisions to strip them of their benefits on appeal - in a sign the Government’s key disability welfare reforms are broken, campaigners say.

A victim of the contaminated blood scandal has urged the Prime Minister to visit him on his deathbed after Theresa May announced an inquiry into how thousands of people were given deadly illnesses by the NHS.

An inquiry into the contaminated blood scandal which has left 2,400 people dead is to be launched, the Government announced on Tuesday.

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