Two men have denied murdering a 26-year-old who was attacked inside a Morrisons supermarket.

A campaign is being launched today to get a blue plaque put up in Norwich to remember and honour the city-born father of modern dancing and First World War flying ace who was killed almost a century ago.

A Bungay builder who ran into his next door neighbour’s house and attacked him with a kitchen knife after hearing voices in his head has been jailed for seven years and four months.

Helping the flood victims was a huge project and one which brought the rich and the poor in Norwich and across the county together and in the city it also helped to strengthen the bond between the people and the city police.

Norfolk’s Great Disaster. A Devastated County. Appalling Stories of Flood Havoc. 80 County Bridges Down. Norwich in a State of Siege. Isolated By Road and Rail. Electric Light Failure. Streets Like Running Rivers. Piteous Plight of the Poor.

Andrew Stronach says that talking is the most important tool in the journey to recovery.

An ice-cream hero has drawn hundreds of shoppers with free treats from the world’s smallest ice-cream van.

Former lad magazine editor MARTIN DAUBNEY puts to spotlight on men’s mental health - and asks what really makes men happy.

Leading by example, chief executive of the region’s mental health trust Michael Scott talks of his own family’s struggles with mental health.

Veteran and chief executive of the Walnut Tree Health and Wellbeing CIC, Luke Woodley talks about the kind of mental health support veterans need - and it is not just PTSD.

As a private counsellor in Norwich Deborah Spratling looks at the importance of childhood in future mental health.

Perceptions around depression need to change, says Dawn Boyd, as we should all try to judge others less.

Roads chiefs in Suffolk have dropped the traditional signs warning drivers: “Cats eyes removed” after fears they could be mistaken as animal cruelty.

Former features editor at Cosmopolitan ROSIE MULLENDER says there should be no stigma around taking antidepressants.

YMCA Norfolk CEO Tim Sweeting looks at the importance of remaining focussed on mental health.

As the number of both men and women admitted to hospital for an eating disorder rose by 70pc in the last six years Andrew Radford, chief executive of Beat, the UK’s eating disorder charity which is based in Norwich, tells how early treatment is vital.

You know what sounds like a great idea? Cycling.

Nolan’s film provides a moving portrayal of the heroic actions of the crews of the 700 ‘Little Ships of Dunkirk’ who sailed to Dunkirk to rescue servicemen who were stranded on the beaches and in desperate need of deliverance from the advancing Axis armies.

Back in the late 1990s the Ibiza dance scene blew my mind as I was wowed by its sheer scale and decadence.

Some Norwich Sea Cadets have visited the Nelson and Norfolk exhibition at Norwich Castle to pay their respects to the county’s most famous son.

There was fun for all the family at an activity day at Norwich Cathedral.

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