A former soldier who was diagnosed with PTSD after serving in Afghanistan is encouraging people to look out of one another and seek support.
Sir Norman Lamb, has said complaining about mental health services in Norfolk is not enough to create change and positive action must be taken.
Five children in the care of Norfolk County Council have been placed in accommodation more than 250 miles away from home, figures have revealed.
Norfolk Day is back - and this year we're encouraging people to make a weekend of it.
The actor Joe Tracini has shared why he said yes to returning to Norwich to speak at an event designed to get more people talking about mental health.
Five days of roadworks which will see temporary traffic lights installed on a busy road will start tomorrow.
One person has been injured in a fire in Lowestoft.
A Norwich shop which is looking to expand and move home has raised more than £4,000 in less than four days.
A Norwich restaurant has been named one of the best places to eat in the country.
Strong winds have caused a tree to fall onto the A11 in Norwich.
A business owner has said city road works have caused him to lose more than £30,000 in takings and put his livelihood in jeopardy.
A bus driver did not have enough time to react to avoid a collision when a 79-year-old woman stepped out in front of his vehicle in Norwich city centre, an inquest has heard.
An inquest will resume today into the death of a 79-year-old woman who died after she was hit by a bus in Norwich city centre.
A temporary car park has opened at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital to allow for a new multi storey one to be built on the site of a current parking area.
A former detective who developed post traumatic stress disorder while investigating the disturbing world of online child abuse has said he hopes sharing his experience can help others.
The final 11 Beales department stores in the country are set to shut, putting hundreds of jobs at risk.
The mother of a well-known nightclub owner who took his own life has called on people to attend an event focussing on mental health in Norfolk.
A football club which took swift action after one on its supporters racially abused an opposition player at a match in Norfolk has said it takes a zero tolerance approach to discrimination.
From learning his profession in Europe to the growth of the gastropub and the changing fortunes of pubs, Anton Wimmer, the landlord of the King's Head at Bawburgh, has seen it all.
Rogue traders branded "ruthless" by police have conned elderly homeowners out of thousands of pounds after offering repairs - in some cases to homes they had just damaged.
A young cheerleader is hoping to raise £75,000 so she can travel to Europe to receive life-changing spinal surgery, without which she will have to give up her sport.