The hunt is on for the teenage daughter of a well-respected King’s Lynn surgeon who was one of nine British medical students that fled to hospitals controlled by Islamic State in Syria to help wounded people.
World-class conductors, soloists and musicians have enthralled audiences for a decade as a partnership between Lowestoft and the world-famous Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) has been hailed as one of the most successful of its kind in the UK,
The radical shake-up of how traffic flows around Norwich looks set to continue, with work to pedestrianise another city centre street and to ban cars from other roads potentially starting within 12 months.
A new lifesaving helicopter which would have room for the parent of an injured child will come to Norwich, the Chancellor will announce today when he is expected to hand £1.7m of banking fines to the East Anglian Air Ambulance.
Staff are working flat out amid “very substantial pressures”, ambulance boss Dr Anthony Marsh said as he met MPs in Westminster in the wake of historic missed targets and staffing problems at the beleaguered NHS Trust.
The votes of “generation rent” were in the sights of political party leaders as they sparred over who had the best policy to help under-40s priced out of the first-home market by soaring rents and housing shortages
The General Election is May is shaping up to be one of the most exciting in recent history. In the latest of her series looking back at some of the significant elections since the second world war, political editor Annabelle Dickson looks back at the 1992 election, when against all odds the Conservatives clung onto power under John Major.