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A family whose mum died after repeated attacks in a care home is looking to take legal action.

A wish list of rail upgrades - including more frequent, faster services - largely depends on spending millions of pounds on a new bridge, according to experts.

This newspaper's investigations unit is always looking out for fresh story ideas and tips - and we'd like to hear from you about where we should focus in 2020.

A company behind a luxury hotel, which shut last week leaving wedding plans in disarray, went bust more than two years ago owing thousands of pounds.

Why is the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital the worst performing in the country for A&E waits and what is being done about it?

This photo shows how Norfolk's biggest emergency department has become so overcrowded that a sick child had to sleep on a corridor floor.

Norfolk has the worst performing A&E in the country according to NHS figures - but we want to know what your latest visit to the emergency department was like.

A council is set to overhaul its leadership in the new year after consultants branded it as "weak and divided".

Health chiefs are asking paramedics to work in overwhelmed A&E departments in another sign of the extreme pressure on Norfolk's NHS.

The chairman of the union representing the region's ambulance workers has quit with an attack at his own union.

Rail disruption between Norwich and Sheringham will continue until at least the new year, Greater Anglia has confirmed.

A salesman, who took £12,500 from a family friend, has avoided an immediate prison sentence.

An investigation by the Charity Commission into Norfolk's failed Dove Trust has cost it £650,000 over the last six years.

Rail bosses admitted today they had no idea when disruption hitting the Norwich to Sheringham line would end.

A paedophile headmaster left his estate to a Catholic priest and an ex-council leader, we can reveal today, in the hope he could quash his conviction after his death.

Passengers left shivering on dark platforms for trains which have never arrived described today how the mass cancellations were ruining their school, home and work lives.

Waits of more than four years to get help for autism is playing havoc with people's health, a campaign group said today.

Norfolk's primary schools continue to lag behind the rest of the country, according to government figures published today, but are slowly improving.

Passengers have endured three days of mass cancellations on Greater Anglia trains this week, leading to a flood of complaints.

A Norwich solicitor has left his job after being named as the businessman behind a website which charges drivers for free licences.

Greater Anglia has revealed its secret ingredient to tackle the host of problems on its network this week - citrus oil.

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