Tom Bristow

Another ex-pupil of a school being investigated by police alleges today she was raped but was not believed by staff.

Lisa* was 13 when she was sent to an abusive residential school and alleges she was told to keep quiet about being raped.

Ex-pupils have made fresh allegations about abuse at a north Norfolk school for problem children. Today they tell Tom Bristow about attacks by staff and their quest for justice

Former pupils at a Norfolk school have today called for a fresh police investigation into allegations of horrific physical abuse.

Customers allege a building firm, which abandoned a project in Costessey after being paid £43,000, has also left them thousands of pounds out of pocket.

Police have launched a fraud probe at a Wymondham social club after thousands of pounds went missing.

The compensation bill for the NDR has risen to more than £23m as landowners put in claims for properties affected by the road.

A fitness firm which was run by two scammers has collapsed owing customers almost £500,000.

The watchdog charged with investigating complaints against solicitors has accidentally leaked the email addresses of around 160 angry customers.

Shakespeare's enchanting comedy of love, fantasy and reconciliation found its perfect backdrop in the cloisters of Norwich Cathedral.

A police probe into a children's home has ended with no criminal charges.

Regulators are hoping to close the firm behind an abattoir which was investigated over the killing of horses.

The man who helped deliver a controversial business centre in west Norfolk admits mistakes were made but has defended the project.

A senior tax adviser who defrauded his customers out of thousands of pounds is expected to be jailed today.

Two fraudsters who ran fake online nutritionist courses are set to be sentenced at Norwich Crown Court today.

A judge today questioned puppy farmer Zoe Rushmer over her lack of "remorse" as he faced her in court three days after sparing her a jail sentence.

A landlord faces a string of allegations about the state a Norwich apartment block was kept in.

A puppy farmer, who was spared jail because of her children, boasted about her freedom on Facebook hours after narrowly avoiding prison.

A leading solicitor, who took almost £2m from his clients and charities, was fooled by lottery scammers and became obsessed with the "power of prayer", a tribunal has said.

When Norma Rudd saw the advert in the back of the newspaper her heart leapt.

A family which made thousands of pounds from duping dog lovers into believing their new pets were from a loving home are due to be sentenced today (Monday).

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