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Pharmacies could play a key role in screening patients for type 2 diabetes, to help with early diagnosis of the disease and significantly reduce NHS costs, according to University of East Anglia research.

The new boss of the Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust (NSFT) has said his focus will be on improving the quality of service but he can only do it with the support of his staff.

The last time Jeanette Kempton was seen alive, she was staggering down a London street holding a funeral wreath. Her body was found 16 days later in a north Suffolk ditch. Why has this case gone unsolved for 30 years?

Mario Vrancic returns on the bench for Norwich City's Championship promotion clash against Bristol City but Daniel Farke names an unchanged starting line up from the team that hammered Bolton Wanderers 4-0.

The new owner of Dereham's Hollywood Cinema has spoken of his plans for the business and confirmed no jobs will be cut.

Print workers at a Suffolk company are set to take a fourth day of strike action over pay.

A 98-year-old who penned a novel when women were beginning to express themselves with more freedom and independence than ever before has died.

Iris Button's first novel was published in 2003. After marrying her husband David in 1959, they needed bigger premises for their business, so they moved from Surrey to Bury St Edmunds, which they called home for 50 years. After having two daughters and a son, they are now great grandparents, retired in Barbados. Iris has written 17 books. She talks to Gina Long MBE

A west Norfolk family have donated more than £7,000 to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in their late son's memory.

A new fitness store is opening in Norwich city centre.

I have risen to the challenge of cooking without gluten and cow's milk. I am now a better person.

Karen Reilly is writer and performer with the art-rock band The Neutrinos and co-founder of the award winning KlangHaus, a promenade live music show that reacts to the architecture of the 'venue', be it a bus depot, animal hospital or The Royal Festival Hall ceiling. Karen also helps run the hugely loved Playhouse Bar in Norwich city centre and lives in a 300 year old converted city centre pub. Karen talks to Gina Long

There has been a spate of violence linked to London drug gangs in Norwich. But how do the gangs recruit young boys from the capital to deal in Norfolk?

A former war correspondent who began his BBC career in Norwich has had his face rebuilt by surgeons after tripping over his suitcases in Gatwick airport.

Print workers at a Suffolk company are set to take a third day of strike action over pay.

The only end-of-pier show of its kind in the world entertains and enthralls audiences every year. Jessica Frank-Keyes went backstage at the theatre to find out what it takes to make the magic happen...

Tall, upright, immaculate, with a Homburg hat, a smart overcoat, a trimmed moustache and polished walking stick...he was a man whose dream came true 120 years ago when he opened his own business in Norwich.

You Me At Six, with support from Marmozets and The Xcerts, brought their Take Off Your Colours 10th Anniversary tour to The Nick Rayns LCR in Norwich last night.

A Norfolk village disappearing into the sea has been named as on the national frontline in the fight against the devastating effects of climate change.

A centre for children and young people with autism is among those to receive a helping hand from the East of England Co-op's Loneliness Fund.

The famous saying goes that everyone knows where they were then they heard John F. Kennedy was shot. On the 55th anniversary of the US President's assassination, Nick Richards puts that to the test by asking some of our regular writers what they remember from November 22 1963.

When former Sheringham mayor Noel Gant got chatting to his future wife Margrit at a dance in Germany in 1956, he says he knew immediately that she was "the one".

It started with an ambitious dream to bring the world of theatre to the doorsteps of children in rural north Norfolk.

Prisoners have been reported taking people hostage, climbing into trees and barricading themselves in cells.

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