Geraldine Scott

Give us the financial support we need and we will help improve the economy.

That was the message today as a bid for more funding for the region is launched in parliament.

In the final day of this newspaper's special coverage on the topic of men's mental health, where we give a voice to those impacted, light is shed on how help can be accessed, even when the situation seems bleak.

A number of Conservative MPs in Norfolk and Waveney face a stark choice as Michael Gove was knocked out of the race to be prime minister by just two votes.

A Norwich woman who was left paralysed after falling 13ft and landing on her head during an aerial trick has described her recovery as a "miracle".

Staff working in children and young people's mental health were forced to make their own waiting lists as official data was so inaccurate and cases "slipped through the net".

The loss of a beloved baby girl, bereavement, and depression are all topics touched on by contributors in the third day of this newspaper's spotlight on men's mental health.

This time last year a staff nurse at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) was having treatment for breast cancer.

A new initiative which aims to make sure that people who have suffered a cardiac arrest receive lifesaving help as quickly as possible has launched across the region.

In the second day of this newspaper's focus on men's mental health, those from Norfolk and Waveney tell of struggles when the world feels like a dark place - but with encouragement the sun will shine again.

Actor Stephen Fry has said Norfolk people have "human beating hearts and we care for those around us" as he threw his weight behind this newspaper's bid to urge men to open up about their mental health.

As this newspaper launches four days of coverage of men's mental health issues, experienced right here in Norfolk and Waveney, five people told their stories - in their words - to show the impact the crisis has on everyday lives.

NHS organisations need to stop prioritising their own reputations over learning from patient deaths.

People experiencing a mental health crisis will no longer be held in police cells, Theresa May has announced.

A Norwich care expert has warned there will be more instances of abuse like those uncovered by BBC Panorama unless more people become learning disability nurses.

Protestors against the BBC's decision to means-test the TV licence for over 75s will demonstrate outside the Forum in Norwich.

A former Norwich City footballer has revealed the boots he will wear when he plays for England will be a touching tribute to a Norwich girl who died of cancer.

Music lovers danced the weekend away as some of the country's finest tribute acts graced the stage at the Nearly Festival.

A deaf blogger from Wymondham has been told by cinema bosses it is her responsibility to show the demand is there for subtitled movies amid a passionate campaign.

For every extra candle added to 11-year-old Ethan Young's birthday cake, it is one more year the Norwich youngster is waiting for a breakthrough drug that could save his life.

A senior therapy radiographer at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) has set herself a cycling challenge to raise funds for new equipment for a ward at the Norwich Community Hospital.

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