I'd like to start by saying I completely agree with Steve Downes' view on the NHS email story. There is a need to be open and honest when negative stories come along and organisations should listen and learn when they make mistakes.
A reader has written in to say they think electric buses are the way to go.
There was a storm a brewin' at the Arts Centre last night as Pirate Joe and the Foreign Locals delivered their gypsy skank serenade to a packed audience on Friday night.
Chefs create dishes for you to enjoy in the moment, not to record on your phone, says food-loving Andy Newman
A seal has again been spotted miles inland swimming in a river in Norwich, but its appearance is not universally popular.
Following the announcement that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are to "step back" as senior members of the Royal Family, many have turned to social media to express their opinions.
Almost three quarters of the millennial workforce in the East of England seek major career changes as they hit their 'quarter life crises', new research reveals.
Volunteers have raised a record amount of money for St Martins homelessness charity.
This reader thinks speed cameras across Norfolk should be turned off.
A former churchwarden has been recognised for dedicating more than five decades of tireless service to his community.
An 88-year-old got a big surprise as a real donkey surprised her in her Norfolk home.
From the Bubble Rush to the The Inflatable 5k, get fit the fun way in 2020 with these runs taking place across Norfolk and Suffolk in 2020.
A reader has written in to express their gratitude to a man who was injured standing up to homophobic abuse.
If you're looking to save money in January after splashing out over Christmas and New Year then you're in luck as there are free events taking place across Norfolk.
The recent letter by Ann English (December 20) raised the very sensitive issue of population on planet Earth.
From Sundown to Sunday Sessions with an Oasis legend, you are spoilt for choice with a music festival to suit every taste coming to Norfolk in 2020.
A Norwich takeaway is spreading the festive cheer by offering free meals to homeless people and others in need on Christmas Day.
A Norfolk delivery driver has been bracing the cold in an unusual costume, but it's all for a good cause.
Norwich's Christmas lights have fallen victim to negative criticism on Facebook.
A popular festive stall has returned to Norwich Market for Christmas selling star-shaped lanterns and it has proved a sparkling success.
The region's biggest art fair has been hailed a success with record numbers of visitors viewing the most international line up to date.