A motorist whose car was smashed in a late-night attack had his case dropped by police after just three hours.

Luke Stone has been circling in and out of homelessness for the best part of six years.

A national school league table shows GCSE performance dipped in Norfolk in 2019.

A case worker has warned the only “end game” for young people involved in county lines drug dealing is prison or death, at a debate focused on understanding issues behind violent crime in Norfolk.

Wheelchair users have today described the distress of waiting years for an accessible home.

The number of rough sleepers on Norfolk’s streets has increased by a quarter in the county, but is declining in Norwich.

A former professional boxer-turned-youth worker will be speaking about the effects of county lines on young people at an EDP Open House discussion.

Questions have been left unanswered over how two young parents died following a get-together at their home, an inquest has heard.

A video showing a rough sleeper climbing out of a bin in Norwich has prompted calls for urgent action to prevent homeless deaths.

A man with a “needle phobia” who refused to provide a blood specimen to police lost his appeal to overturn his conviction.

Knife crime and county lines drug-dealing continues to blight our county - but what can be done to tackle the violent crimes affecting our communities?

A store owner said today he was letting shoplifters get away, as figures showed more businesses were not supporting police action against thieves.

Bosses at a cash-strapped hospital have vowed to fight hard for funding after being penalised for not meeting budget targets.

Two pensioners have been fined for unlawfully using a disabled blue badge to park in Norfolk.

An award-winning service which provides healthcare to the homeless is shutting its city centre base.

Knife crime victims today called for harsher sentences for those caught with weapons, as the latest figures reveal a quarter of offenders go to prison.

“Incompetent and untrained” staff led to the closure of a care home which received the worst possible rating by a health watchdog.

Wages for top managers at academy chains have soared by a quarter, despite a funding crisis gripping the region’s schools.

A family’s anguish at moving their vulnerable mother three times in four months has laid bare the grim reality of care home closures.

Punters from a Norwich pub rushed to help a teenager who had been stabbed near a children’s park on Thursday evening.

A bid to renew a quarry in the middle of woods has prompted fears it could damage ancient woodland.

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