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Solving big problems like coronavirus requires big ideas, according to Mark Hitchcock, managing director of UEA Health and Social Care Partners. He explains why making a major impact in the world of science and research takes more than just scientific acumen.

Data released by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) shows that the number of rape convictions in England and Wales has reached its lowest level since tracking began in 2009 – but at the same time the number of reported cases has skyrocketed. Emma Dubar, trainee solicitor at Gordon Dean Solicitors, calls for reforms to the system and justice for victims of rape and sexual assault.

This gorgeous summertime dish serves two as a starter or one person as a main.

We’ve rounded up some of the best places in Norfolk to pick your own this summer.

Enjoy sustainably grown produce and pick your own flowers at Clinks Care Farm, all while supporting the fantastic therapeutic services they provide for the community.

As part of the #NARSNeedsYou campaign celebrating the 50th anniversary of Norfolk Accident Rescue Service, Geoff Roberts shares how NARS critical care paramedic Ryan Warwick saved his life after a serious heart attack.

As part of the #NARSNeedsYou campaign celebrating the 50th anniversary of Norfolk Accident Rescue Service, Ray Fretwell shares how NARS critical care paramedic Carl Smith saved his life after a serious road traffic collision left him with life-threatening injuries.

As part of our week-long series celebrating the 50th anniversary of Norfolk Accident Rescue Service (NARS), we find out more about the free will writing service as well as the NARS lottery, which offers the chance to win cash prizes while supporting a worthwhile cause.

As part of our week-long series celebrating the 50th anniversary of Norfolk Accident Rescue Service (NARS), Steve Maddams discusses his role as a NARS first responder and how important they are at the scene of life-threatening emergencies in Norfolk.

Managing partner at Arnolds Keys Guy Gowing discusses why extending permitted development rights (PDR) is not enough – and suggests that we need a joined-up approach to planning.

As part of our week-long series celebrating the 50th anniversary of Norfolk Accident Rescue Service (NARS), we spoke to the doctors, critical care paramedics and nurses saving lives in their spare time.

With Norfolk Accident Rescue Service (NARS) celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, we are excited to kick off our week-long series focussing on the local medical charity today. Here, chairman Chris Neil explores the fascinating history of NARS and explains why the work they do is so essential to the community.

Archant’s Exploring Mental Health in Agriculture series, supported by Lloyds Banking Group, seeks to raise awareness of the deepening issue of mental health among East Anglia’s farmers and establish ways of keeping the conversation alive. Here, key figures driving the campaign discuss the successes and solutions presented by the series, and what we can do to keep the discourse moving.

Justin O’Grady, group leader at Quadram Institute and associate professor in Medical Microbiology at the University of East Anglia (UEA), is an expert on the rapid diagnosis of infection. Here he explains how his research is helping to track and trace the transmission of COVID-19 through sequencing the coronavirus virus genome.

As part of our Exploring Mental Health in Agriculture series, supported by Lloyds Banking Group, National Farmers Union deputy president Stuart Roberts discusses how measuring happiness and satisfaction among East Anglia’s farmers could be a vital first step in addressing the mental health crisis in agriculture.

The Young Norfolk Writing Competition Showcase will be broadcast tonight Friday July 3 at 6pm GMT on YouTube.

As part of our Exploring Mental Health in Agriculture series, supported by Lloyds Banking Group, Charles Bliss spoke to counsellor and psychotherapist Sally Storr about how one-to-one interaction and integration with social groups can start to address the dislocation felt among agricultural workers in the East of England.

Water is vital for every one of us – but for those with long-term medical conditions, mobility restrictions or communication needs, an interruption to water supply can pose significant problems. Anglian Water customer services strategy manager Samantha Ross explains how the Priority Services Register can help support East Anglia’s most vulnerable.

One in four people in the UK will experience a mental health problem each year. As part of our Exploring Mental Health in Agriculture series, supported by Lloyds Banking Group, Melinda Raker from YANA explains why it is so important to know that you are not alone.

The coronavirus lockdown, combined with the driest May on record, has led to a surge in household water demand. Dr Geoff Darch, water resources strategy manager at Anglian Water, offers some expert advice on how people can help keep taps running this summer by reducing discretionary water use.

Like many sectors in the UK, key workers in the agricultural sector are navigating challenges inflicted by coronavirus. But many are battling mental health issues, too. As part of our Exploring Mental Health in Agriculture series, Charles Bliss spoke to the CLA about how mental health first aid training, professional advice and cross-organisational efforts can help alleviate the mental health challenges affecting agricultural workers in East Anglia.

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