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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.

The litany of problems with Greater Anglia's new trains that are causing misery for passengers can today be revealed.

Concerns about the management of a sports hall have sparked an emergency meeting after villagers made a string of allegations.

Tensions have erupted in the tightly-fought race to become the next MP for North Norfolk, with the Liberal Democrats hitting out at "dirty tricks".

The Conservatives have suspended a party member after he was arrested for his alleged behaviour at a hustings.

The British National Party's former Norfolk candidate signed the nomination papers for a Conservative would-be MP - and has now been suspended from the party.

The hiring of a £1,000-a-day consultant by a council has sparked controversy between the two favourites to become the next MP for North Norfolk.

A builder who was jailed for four years is due back in court this afternoon as authorities try to claw money back.

A financial advisor will appear in court charged with fraud after thousands of pounds went missing from the company he worked for.

A hospital has made changes after two patients were accidentally given medical air instead of oxygen.

A fairground worker who sent hoax white powder - in some cases in envelopes marked "Anthrax" - to female politicians has been jailed for five years.

Video Why I heckled Boris Johnson in Norwich

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

A mother who heckled Boris Johnson on his visit to Norwich's aviation academy said she felt she had no choice because of the way disabled people have been treated by the council.

A hospital has warned that long waiting lists are pushing services to "unrecoverable positions".

The region's ambulance service will be looking for a new HR chief after confirming its current boss will depart this week.

The region's ambulance service will be looking for a new HR chief after confirming its current boss will depart this week.

A whistleblower warned in October that a toxic culture at the region's ambulance service was leading to an increased risk of suicides.

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