Tom Bristow

Police were called to Holiday Inn Norwich on Carrow Road on Saturday night amid concerns for a woman’s safety.

Investors who lost pensions and life-savings when their money was moved to a high-risk scheme without their knowledge said today they felt betrayed by the two brothers behind the £17 million scam.

Two financial advisors admitted on Tuesday to defrauding more than 200 investors out of £17m through a high-risk investment scheme designed to line their own pockets.

Mental health staff treating an ex-Royal Marine who killed a dog walker warned police about him.

The energy firm behind one of the world’s biggest offshore wind farms has scrapped plans to build large electricity plants in the Norfolk countryside.

The time it will take to dig a huge cable trench across Norfolk for an offshore wind farm has been slashed.

NHS figures showing there were no ambulance delays at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital over winter are inaccurate.

The financial watchdog has been told to apologise to a north Norfolk whistleblower for revealing his identity to the bank he was complaining about.

A shoplifter avoided going to prison after stealing a trolleyful of Pimm’s and groceries last summer.

It has been just over 50 years since a legal drink-drive limit was set in this country.

From prime offices and new homes to industrial estates and top shops, we can today reveal the properties in Norfolk and Suffolk bought by companies in offshore tax havens.

Reports of hate crimes against disabled people and Muslims have soared in Norfolk in the last year but police fear hundreds of crimes driven by prejudices are still going unreported.

A campaign has started to get an autistic man who keeps filming the police out of prison. A public nuisance or a vulnerable man failed by the system? Tom Bristow reports on the case of Marcus Potter.

A high-ranking detective who played a key role in a deeply-flawed investigation into a police doctor’s sexual abuse of female officers is working as a senior manager in the force’s professional standards department, we can reveal today.

Norfolk’s rural roads could see a huge increase in the number of HGVs on them when trenches are dug to bury cables from new offshore wind farms.

Almost 11 years of construction work, the destruction of wildlife, billions of pounds of investment and the creation of hundreds of jobs - what is the impact on Norfolk of building the world’s biggest offshore wind farms?

Counterfeit versions of this year’s must-have Christmas toy are being sold in Norwich city centre, despite a safety warning from watchdogs about them.

Tens of millions of pounds of public cash has been withheld from west Norfolk, west Suffolk and Cambridgeshire because of concerns over the way the group which spends that money is being run.

Hundreds of drugs, including Spice, knives and phones have been confiscated in Norfolk and Suffolk prisons, amid a surge in the amount of contraband being found.

Hundreds of drugs, including psychoactive substance Spice, as well as almost 1,500 phones and sim cards have been found in Norfolk and Suffolk prisons.

NHS leaders in Norfolk and Waveney have been paid up to £200,000 for nine months’ work and received five-figure pay rises at the same time health services have been shut and nurses pay capped.

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