More people will be treated for conditions in their own homes, without the need to be admitted to hospital, when a pioneering new way of offering care in Great Yarmouth fully comes into effect next week.
George Osborne has scrapped planned cuts to tax credits for millions of low paid workers and ruled out further reductions in police budgets - but Norfolk and Suffolk police will still need to make savings.
As part of our campaign to raise awareness of mental health issues and fight for better services for sufferers, former Norwich City star striker Leon McKenzie talked to Luke Powell about his own experiences.
Following in the tradition of making a difference locally, Great Yarmouth Round Table has joined forces with the Jay Jones Charity for Sick Children to buy much needed equipment for the Neonatal Unit at the James Paget University Hospital.
A Great Yarmouth bowel cancer survivor is part of an award-winning health promotion team at Bowel Cancer UK. The charity announced recently they had won one of the Health and Wellbeing Awards from the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) for their Health Promotion Volunteer Programme.
The chief executive of a Norfolk support group is warning that elderly people with hearing problems will be left isolated if health bosses push ahead with cuts to audiology services in a bid to save much-needed cash.