Tom Bristow

A tax manager, who secretly stole more than £247,000, will have to wait to discover how much money prosecutors will attempt to claw back.

A tax advisor who secretly stole more than £247,000 will appear in court today (Wednesday) as prosecutors attempt to claw back some of the cash.

Sick patients had appointments cancelled by the ambulance service because of a lack of vehicles, according to claims made by a union representative to an NHS boss.

The expansion of two wind farms off the Norfolk coast could lead to years of construction work and the digging of another cable trench across the countryside.

A council which gave away a building it spent £500,000 on for free got rid of key paperwork about the controversial project.

A social worker who attacked two paramedics and spat in a police officer's face after her work Christmas party will continue working for Norfolk County Council after showing remorse.

The businessman behind a bid to turn Downham Market into a "smart town" says this time will be different despite his last attempt to bring a tech campus to the area ending in failure.

A block of flats, which tenants were told to abandon because of their squalid state, has been put on the market for £5.5 million - as the firm behind it is put into administration.

An oil and gas firm which collapsed owing more than £1 million has blamed its failure on the death of its boss and falling sales.

A dad described today how he has to climb through a window to get into his council house each night because of weeks of problems with his front door.

A doctor was marched from a mental health hospital last week after staff members reported concerns.

More drug dealers from London have been identified in Norfolk than any other county in the country.

Children's wards at a mental health hospital will shut down after inspectors raised concerns about a lack of staff.

A private school, which announced it was closing weeks before the start of the new term, collapsed owing more than £500,000, according to its liquidator.

An ambulance worker who was threatened with legal action when he told his bosses he was suicidal has been awarded £92,000.

A former Norwich City youth coach took his own life when his car hit a tree on the morning he was due to stand trial for historic abuse.

A council rejected claims for tens of thousands of pounds in costs from two businessmen working on a controversial project.

Police are investigating an allegation of fraud at Café Britannia and have quizzed a man.

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

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