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Making his first official visit since his health scare, North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb said he felt he had “dodged a bullet”.

Three Norfolk MPs are seeking a meeting with a government minister in a further bid to have safe standing introduced at Carrow Road.

A transport project is due to get back on track after Norman Lamb has backed the idea.

Royalty, authors, pop stars, suffragettes, mayors and eccentrics. All these characters and many more are remembered by blue plaques across the region, often installed on their birthplace, home, or somewhere else closely connected with their life.

New life-saving equipment has been installed at a holiday park in Norfolk after “generous” visitors helped fund the project.

MP Norman Lamb has vowed to redouble his efforts to get more money for the NHS after experiencing the service at first hand when he suffered a stroke.

A Norfolk MP says he has been given a “second chance” after suffering a stroke.

Norwich City has vowed to continue to support calls for safe standing despite the government rejecting a bid from a Premier League club to introduce it at its stadium.

North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb will officially open the new Specsavers store in North Walsham.

A service which has helped scores of babies at risk of being removed from their families stay with them has been showcased to an MP.

A cross-party group of local MPs is backing Norwich City’s call for the introduction of safe standing areas at Carrow Road.

A new telecommunications mast is still not operational three months after it was due to go live - and a Norfolk MP wants to know why.

The leader of Norfolk County Council has said he will stand down if asked after making controversial comments in which he branded some of his own party’s MPs as “also-rans” who do not work hard enough to help the county.

The leader of Norfolk County Council has said he stands by extraordinary comments in which he branded some of his own party’s MPs as “also-rans” who do not work hard enough to help the county.

A survey of more than 900 frontline East of England Ambulance staff has highlighted long shifts and difficult working conditions at the Trust over the past year.

Some of north Norfolk’s most vulnerable members of society have gathered in Cromer to put their questions to their MP.

Adults with learning disabilities in Cromer can put their questions on national and local budget cuts to MP Norman Lamb at a special event.

An MP representing Norfolk parishes and towns set to be affected by the construction of two giant wind farms off the county’s coast has expressed delight with recent decisions taken by the firm behind the proposals.

MPs have demanded “a lot more needs to be done” to ensure the crisis that hit the ambulance service during the festive period is never repeated.

Staff plotting to help themselves to stock from a bankrupt shop, struggling firms viewed as money-making opportunities and a memo telling staff to let some customers “hang themselves”.

More misery has been heaped on the Conservative group at North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) with the Liberal Democrats celebrating a landslide victory at a by-election.

A public consultation for a huge wind farm has been dubbed “cosmetic” by a community group - but the energy firm behind it insists it went beyond what was required.

North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb has backed a campaign to stop words such as schizo and psychotic being used outside of their mental health context.

A member of parliament is encouraging north Norfolk community groups and charities to apply for funding which could see them gain up to £20,000.

Business secretary Greg Clark has been called upon to intervene to help hundreds of workers left in the lurch by the collapse of Oyster Yachts.

Community groups and individuals who want to do something for North Walsham and its residents are encouraged to apply for grants from a new Community Shop.

Peter Farley urges us to join together to fight against society’s inequalities.

Staff at troubled boat-builder Oyster Yachts in Hoveton will be offered support by the council as they come to terms with losing their jobs.

A Norfolk MP has demanded urgent talks with the owners of Oyster Yachts after the shock news that the company is facing liquidation.

Norman Lamb has believes it is time to fully digitalise the NHS – a move he claims would revolutionise the service and save money.

Up to 81 patients may have died due to ambulance delays in the east of England over a three-week period, according to a Norfolk MP.

North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb praised staff at Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT) when he opened an exhibition of inspiring artwork by mental health patients.

Top NHS executives met behind closed doors to probe “shocking” delays at the region’s ambulance service which may have led to a man freezing to death.

Norfolk MPs are demanding assessments made by the government on the impact of Brexit to the East of England are made public.

The region’s ambulance trust, which is facing allegations of patient deaths due to delays, is to be the subject of a “risk summit” today.

More than 3,500 people needing help in Norfolk and Suffolk are waiting for care, including one couple who were separated for five months.

The make up of north Norfolk’s demographics has always leaned towards an older population.

A church pastor fears the lack of a phone line at his place of worship could be putting his congregation in danger.

North Norfolk has taken another step towards supporting the elderly people in their community as Norman Lamb visited a new cafe to support elderly people and those with complec needs.

Children across the country and beyond will fondly remember their holidays in north Norfolk: sandy beaches, sunny skies and beautiful scenery.

The region’s ambulance trust, which is facing allegations of patient deaths due to delays, is to be the subject of a “risk summit”.

A Norfolk housing organisation is urging residents in Wells to return survey forms by the end of January so that they can gain a greater understanding of the town’s affordable housing needs.

Glastonbury tickets, a visit to Iran and a day out to the Grand National are some of the gifts donated to our region’s MPs.

A damning dossier compiled by a senior whistleblower from the region’s ambulance trust has claimed at least 40 patients died or were harmed due to delays over Christmas and New Year - including one person who froze to death.

A senior whistleblower within the region’s ambulance trust has claimed up to 80 people could have died or come to harm because of delays over the Christmas and New Year period.

Controversial cuts to bus subsidies and gritting in Norfolk are on the brink of being abandoned - with money from a council tax increase saving the services.

Norfolk MPs have slammed the way the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has treated small businesses in an “extraordinary scandal”.

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

Pressure is mounting for controversial cuts to bus subsidies in Norfolk to be ditched, with calls for a proposed council tax increase to be used to stave off the saving.

North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb has urged the government to “recognise the importance” of the single market and customs union during Brexit negotiations.

When former barrister Jo Byrne-Green was struck by a mystery virus 23 years ago, she expected to be back on her feet within a few days.

A Norfolk MP has warned of the serious risk that defibrillators in the region are not working because they are not being maintained properly.

North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb will attend a special screening of the feature documentary film Unrest at the Sheringham Little Theatre next week.

Hospitals in Norfolk made millions last year in car parking charges from patients, visitors, and staff, new data has revealed.

MP Norman Lamb has spoken about how his survival instinct kicked in when he faced “a huge personal challenge” at the general election.

North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb has warned that waiting times for mental health patients could “increase considerably” after three NHS counsellors were made redundant.

The Eliza Adams lifeboat memorial in Wells has been named as one of 20 unusual heritage sites in the UK for 2017, in a move which north Norfolk MP Norman Lamb described as “wonderful”.

With less than a week until the big day Christmas cards are beginning to drop on doormats.

Organisers are hosting the first Christmas tree festival at a north Norfolk church.

Fears have been raised that hedgerows and trees will be lost and animals’ habitat’s damaged when hundreds of acres of land are dug up to bury cables for the world’s biggest offshore wind farms.

People with mental health problems are being detained unlawfully in Norfolk police stations because of a lack of hospital beds.

When it comes to offshore wind energy, Weybourne is fast becoming a Mecca.

The decision by Conservative and independent councillors to award themselves an allowance increase has been branded as “unbelievable” by one of the county’s MPs.

North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb has visited a Sheringham supermarket in support of a national food collection to help people who find themselves in need this Christmas.

The number of gymnasts at a north Norfolk club has more than doubled since it moved to new premises in mid-September.

A young person at a mental health hospital overdosed after a group of patients broke into a medication cabinet.

A private Norfolk mental health hospital for children and young people has been shut down amid fears over safety.

A North Walsham firm that has been a pioneer in the baby goods industry has been praised by a Norfolk MP for winning a “significant” national award.

A proposed merger of two colleges in Norfolk is to go ahead on December 1 - with one principal set to step down.

Nearly three quarters of people in north Norfolk are not getting the continuing NHS healthcare care they need when they go home, it was claimed today.

It is a popular retirement destination, as beautiful beaches and the crisp sea air draw people to the coast.

Biscuits and chocolate are out and apples and carrots are in. That was the message given to young children at a north Norfolk school, as obesity rates and inactivity levels among youngsters reach epic proportions.

A drug used to treat epilepsy has been blamed for causing health problems in thousands of babies. Parents want to know why they weren’t warned about sodium valproate.

MP Clive Lewis has said the only way to ensure a meaningful vote on any future Brexit deal is to topple the government.

Watchdogs have returned to inspect the service which looks after Norfolk’s most vulnerable children.

A Norfolk MP has claimed “the time for urgent reform” of local government is now.

An MP has revealed how he believes Norfolk could be “world class” but is held back by the “dead hand of Whitehall”.

A record number of people attended a public consultation to discuss the construction of Norfolk’s largest offshore wind farm, and the potential environmental impact along the 60km cable corridor running through the county.

Norman Lamb may need to ask for some help carrying his shopping bags in the car after his visit to Cromer for a Buy Local visit.

A charity fundraising team is inviting families to celebrate the lives of loved ones lost to cancer, at a Christmas lights service at St Peter’s Church, Sheringham.

Seven MPs from across Norfolk and Suffolk met with mental health bosses to thrash out an action plan for recovery.

Norman Lamb has joined with charity Anthony Nolan to thank the hundreds of people in North Norfolk who have registered with the charity as stem cell donors. The figure places the constituency in the top 10pc of the UK in terms of the number of potential lifesavers registered.

Youngsters from three north Norfolk villages have learned about dementia whilst taking part in memory walks to help raise money for the Alzheimer’s Society.

School governors are being invited to an event which will look at their role in protecting children’s mental health.

With wide open skies, a stunning coastline and charming towns and villages, north Norfolk is one of the most picturesque and captivating areas of Britain.

The Australian government is teetering on the brink of collapse – and it is all down to a scandal uncovered by a Norfolk blogger.

Proposals to axe all Police Community Support Officer posts in Norfolk as part of radical reforms have been opposed by the county council’s Labour Group.

Vital community transport services in rural parts of Norfolk could be put under threat if providers have to apply for expensive operator licences.

A £588,000 project to build a new village hall in Trimingham is on target to be completed by next March.

Prime minister Theresa May dodged the question but South West Norfolk MP Liz Truss proudly admitted she had changed her mind.

Infrastructure plans for one of Norfolk’s largest offshore wind farms have been refined and the latest round of public consultations have been announced.

Pressure is mounting on the executive directors of the region’s mental health trust to step aside.

Fresh calls are being made to tackle the affordable housing crisis in Wells after it emerged that almost a third of all homes in the town are now either second homes or holiday homes.

A Watton mother who gave her dying son cannabis in an attempt to help him has taken part in a national campaign to legalise the drug.

A college on the Norfolk coast has hosted its first summit focusing on young people’s mental health.

Five parish councils, an MP and local councillors have told the company behind a huge wind farm off the coast of Norfolk that they have “strong concerns” about the proposals.

The managing director of Costa Coffee has revealed what the chain will bring, and hopes to bring, to Cromer’s high street.

Despite the open rivalry between the seaside towns of Sheringham and Cromer, the business community of both joined together (however briefly) to discuss the economic challenges which both their tourist-driven economies face.

Norman Lamb yesterday confirmed the worst fears of some of Cromer’s current business owners: that Costa Coffee will be coming to Cromer.

Business leaders in North Norfolk will be discussing the district’s commercial future at a meeting in Sheringham next week.

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