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Our Mental Health Watch campaign was launched in October 2015. Its aims are to reduce the stigma around mental health issues, raise awareness as well as campaign for improved services in Norfolk and Suffolk, where the trust is in special measures.

Jobs are at risk at a shoe retailer with stores and concessions in Norwich, Thetford, Lowestoft and Wisbech after tough trading conditions forced it to enter administration.

Businesses across Norfolk and Suffolk are among those poised to lose out on £4.67m after a potato supplier went under.

News that pop band Little Mix will be coming to Norwich has sparked lots of excitement on social media.

He has bought the culinary delights of his tropical island to the tastebuds of East Anglia.

Corrugated iron and old scaffolding boards, neon and booths, splashes of paint and a graffiti artist whose pen’s got the runs.

The University of East Anglia (UEA) has launched a new initiative to help make Norwich a safer place for young people to enjoy a night out.

A ‘skint’ Geordie Shore superfan is set for a night to remember after reality star Scotty T offered to pay for her night out.

A tribute to five special constables who were killed during an air raid in Great Yarmouth during the Second World War is to be unveiled next week.

“We are not afraid, our hearts are with you”. This was the simple message next to flowers by the police cordon which sealed off the vast crime scene which Westminster has become.

Almost £500,000 is to be pumped into a Great Yarmouth financial support charity over the next four years.

A six-year-old from Dereham is the envy of her school friends after becoming the lucky owner of an ultra rare Comic Relief Frankinose.

A long-running wind farm debate in north Norfolk is set to be dragged out further after a council announced plans to appeal against a decision made by the Planning Inspectorate.

Traditionally, an appointment with your accountant is about as eagerly anticipated as a visit to the dentist – but that may not be true at Norwich firm Farnell Clarke.

Norwich City Hall is to be lit up in red, white and blue until Monday as a mark of respect to the victims of the Westminster terror attack.

Walking away from the European Union without a divorce deal should not be feared because the trade benefits are “largely imaginary”, according to a think tank.

Drivers have been warned to expect disruption when more beams are hoisted into place for a bridge on the route of the Norwich Northern Distributor Road.

High street giant Next has revealed its first fall in annual profits for eight years as it was hit by sliding sales and warned that 2017 is set to be “another tough year”.

A Cromer-born former Blue Peter presenter will visit a Norwich church in April to talk about his life, career and faith.

Rail passengers are facing disruption on the Norwich to London line this morning.

The state pension age should increase to 68 by 2039 and the triple lock guarantee should be scrapped during the next Parliament, an independent review recommends.

A spectacular new venue will bring an annual rural showcase closer to the heart of East Anglia as it demonstrates the best of countryside sports, pastimes and entertainment.

Its supporters have eagerly been waiting for the curtains to open on what will be a new chapter in a historic arts venue’s future.

A Norfolk firm is hoping to put the county “firmly on the whisky map” with its launch of a new bottle range.

They form one of the fastest receding coastlines in Europe; but the soft sand and clay cliffs of north Norfolk also hold the secrets to the country’s past.

Former CNS students from the Class of 1979 are heading back from half-way across the world for a reunion on May 28 at the Unthank Arms at 6pm.

James Cleverly paid an emotional tribute to his friend PC Keith Palmer who was killed in the grounds of Houses of Parliament and made a call for posthumous recognition.

Fears that a lack of volunteers could force the closure of one of the best skateparks in north Norfolk have been allayed after the community jumped on board a public appeal to save it.

Events are being planned at Somerleyton Hall to raise funds for the British Red Cross.

Plans are being made to build 60 new homes in the village of Great Ellingham - but not everyone is happy about it.

Brewing, distilling and leisure retail company Adnams today reported record annual sales and strong growth in bottom-line profits.

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