Tom Bristow

An ex-staff member has described appalling conditions at a care home which has been ordered to shut.

A 92-year-old war veteran was sent home from hospital only to die the next day in agony from a severe bowel obstruction, an inquest heard.

Greater Anglia has just posted its worst ever results for punctuality and reliability, but boss Jamie Burles is upbeat.

It’s been a torrid year for rail passengers, hit by strikes, timetable changes and now fare increases.

Hundreds more wind turbines could be built off the Norfolk and Suffolk coast, potentially bringing thousands of skilled jobs to the region.

Norfolk’s main roads are slowly clogging up as a record number of vehicles take to the streets.

The killing of Watton teenager Johanna Young at Christmas 1992 became Norfolk’s biggest ever murder inquiry. But 26 years later the case remains unsolved. This is what our new podcast found out.

A nurse has been banned from working in the UK after her lack of English meant she could not treat patients safely.

Authorities have pledged radical reforms in the way they deal with domestic abuse cases after the killing of Kerri McAuley.

An investigation into how the criminal justice system let down murdered Norwich mum Kerri McAuley will be published later today.

How does a killer escape justice for decades? Why does the death of a schoolgirl go unsolved even when police believe they know who did it?

An ex-headteacher at Great Yarmouth High School has suggested online abuse of the current principal stems from his attitude to the town.

Parents have falsely accused teachers of taking photos of girls and manhandling pupils, as social media abuse of school staff soars.

A headteacher has lifted the lid on lies and abuse spread about school staff on social media.

A video of a police officer appearing to repeatedly hit a woman as she holds a young girl in a Norwich pub has sparked outrage.

A litany of failings in three separate Norfolk cases involving vulnerable children were revealed today.

Three slaughtermen have admitted a string of animal welfare offences after being exposed by secret cameras.

Planners have set out their vision for a 10,000 home “garden town” in a document we are publishing today.

Councils are pouring millions of taxpayers’ pounds into commercial property to make up for money lost by government cuts.

Opinion Question the NHS and face the backlash

Saturday, July 14, 2018

“I assume if any members of the EDP team are ever in need of medical attention then you won’t call for an ambulance or use the NHS.”

Hopes of an energy company funding sea defences to protect Happisburgh’s rapidly eroding cliffs have been dashed.

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