East Anglian company launches boxes filled with everything you need for the ultimate breakfast at home...or on holiday.

Norwich’s Muslim community will today stand up against racial hatred at a remembrance event for the victims of shootings at mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.

Police dogs might think they are just playing games - but their handlers know just how vital their role is.

A Norfolk musical society is hosting a fundraising open day for singers of all abilities.

What will the house of the future look like and who’s going to be buying it?

A man was arrested in the early hours of Boxing Day after reportedly driving the wrong way down the A14 in Suffolk.

A Norfolk marketing agency which represents some of the county’s biggest brands says it has its sights set on growth after completing a merger with a London counterpart.

They were heartlessly dumped and left to die before being rescued by a farmer and placed in a pig pen.

The new chairman of a county’s healthcare watchdog has vowed to push for more money to be given to the NHS.

A former Norfolk MP and hospital chairman has been given one of the health service’s top jobs.

A model railway group are to hold an open day exhibition in September following its cancellation in March due to the Beast from the East.

A Norfolk photography society has awarded prizes to three members at their annual exhibition.

Protesters from Norfolk are ready to travel to London to protest against the visit of United States president Donald Trump, while a demonstration will also be staged on the steps of Norwich City Hall.

The England football squad have made an impromptu visit to a West Norfolk school - only they have shrunk in size and have slightly flatter faces.

Radical solutions, such as taxing the over-40s to raise money for social care, must be considered to tackle the ‘crisis’ of caring for elderly people, according to a Norfolk organisation.

The secret lover of a Norfolk lord allegedly entered his London flat and daubed insults on the wall in pigs’ blood, a court has heard.

Three men remain in hospital with serious injuries after a police pursuit, sparked by a burglary in Norwich, ended with a car crashing in Cambridgeshire.

The gender pay gap has been an issue which has rocked many of Britain’s largest establishments to their core.

More than 1,500 admissions to hospital in Norfolk and Suffolk over the course of a year were due to drug-related mental illness, new figures revealed.

A Norfolk not-for-profit organisation is aiming to help plug a gap in cancer research funding.

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Care companies have called for more cash to look after elderly people at home and ease the strain on the NHS.

A Norfolk housing organisation is urging residents in Wells to return survey forms by the end of January so that they can gain a greater understanding of the town’s affordable housing needs.

A Norfolk amateur dramatics society is kicking off its 40th birthday year with a pantomime performance.

A group of animal rights activists are holding a protest at the Norwich Livestock Market on Hall Road.

Two Norfolk sailors are to receive one of the Royal Yachting Association’s most prestigious awards.

A Norfolk resident and life member of the Norfolk and Suffolk Boating Aassociation (NSBA) is set to receive the “CBE of the sailing world” for her contribution to boating on the Broads and the Eastern Region of the RYA as a whole.

Patients who rely on a life-changing thyroid medicine to lead a normal life say rising costs mean it is being withdrawn.

New Norwich City boss Daniel Farke - the club’s first foreign head coach - can expect a warm welcome in his new home.

In April 1942 Norwich was changed forever when the German Luftwaffe attacked our city with an assault that claimed the lives of more than 200 people and saw many streets reduced to rubble.

An event designed to get more young people into care work was a success for two promising candidates in our region, as they secured jobs following challenging interviews.

Many a pub can reasonably claim to be their community’s hub, but standing 10 miles west of Thetford is a free house that feels like the village of Feltwell’s very own front room.

Jo Reynolds’ remarkable story of burning passion and determination, and lives saved and lost

He is currently starring in the most magical show in London’s West End, but this week Norfolk actor Sam Clemmett has returned to his home county to work with a cast of young performers on their new show.

Officers from Norfolk working alongside the Metropolitan Police made “significant arrests” in warrants across the capital last week under the ongoing campaign against Class A drugs.

The Defra minister has called upon sailors to help protect waters and guard against the spread of invasive species by doing a simple check, clean and dry of their equipment and clothing.

The chief executive of the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital has warned a “tough” year lies ahead.

A search of the river in Norwich is being carried out as part of the inquiry to trace a missing Norwich woman.

A cross-party select committee of MPs has published a damning report into social care. Political Editor Annabelle Dickson looks at what the report found and some of the solutions being put forward.

Natwest has opened its flagship branch in Norwich, nearly two years after taking on the lease - though its two other city-centre banks have closed.

I had to smile. Here we go again – it’s back in the news. The A47 needs to be dualled, and urgently too. Yet another appeal to fall on deaf ears?

The crucial role of Norwich’s parks in keeping people healthy could help save them from cuts in the future.

An exclusive sailing squadron has marked its 40 year milestone with two celebratory events.

The hunt continues today for a gang of thieves who have been targeting golf clubs across the county.

A Norwich gymnast due to take part in August’s Special Olympics National Games sacrificed his signature hair-do to raise money for the region’s team.

Age UK Norfolk has received a donation from Her Majesty The Queen from the Privy Purse Charitable Trust.

Improvements to the A47 and the railways were at the centre of the launch of the Conservative Party’s manifesto for May’s county council elections.

A new diagnostic and day-case centre which is part of a “crucial” hospital expansion could be built within 30 months after bosses gave initial plans the go-ahead.

Two women have been arrested following a police operation at a travellers’ site in Norfolk.

A new roundabout being built at a notorious bottleneck on one of the region’s busiest roads will drive tourism in north Norfolk.

When Liam Walsh takes to the ring to contest the world boxing title it will be the fulfilment of a life long dream.

A new book looks at the lives of some of the most remarkable Norfolk women of the early 20th century. Trevor Heaton catches up with its author, local historian Frank Meeres.

Traffic slowed to a crawl as a 65ft boat made its maiden voyage to Great Yarmouth by road today.

A musician from Norfolk has signed an exciting deal with Atlantic Records UK which represents big names such as Ed Sheeran, Clean Bandit, James Blunt and Charli XCX.

Former Strictly Come Dancing stars James and Ola Jordan lit up Carrow Road with a special dance routine to celebrate Age UK Norfolk’s 70th anniversary.

A meeting of senior Norfolk members of Masonic lodges across the county has seen six good causes share nearly £17,000 in donations.

Spending millions of pounds of public cash, it wields influence on every major transport project in Norfolk and Suffolk. But how open is the New Anglia LEP? Chairman Mark Pendlington answers questions from Tom Bristow.

The officer in charge of policing at today’s much-anticipated East Anglian derby game between Norwich City and Ipswich Town says supporting units will be on stand-by if needed.

The complaints just keep on coming as Norfolk grumps deliver the latest helping of East Angrier, tackling issues including e-cigarettes, litter and men.

Improving treatment for men and teaching medics to identify people at chronic risk of suicide are among steps set to be rolled out to reduce the number of people who kill themselves.

A Norfolk marketing agency has completed the branding for a major scheme to deliver expert advice to exciting young businesses.

The founders of Norfolk’s first and only triathlon wear and equipment company are crediting superfast broadband as one of the reasons why their business is proving such a success.

A key spokesman for Norfolk agriculture is urging farmers to champion their industry as they prepare for life after Brexit.

A rugby club is celebrating taking possession of its new ‘field of dreams’.

The importance of residents of Great Yarmouth evacuating their homes during a flood or tidal surge alert is to be highlighted at an exhibition in the town on Friday.

Police officers are being treated as punch bags - that is the message from the man who represents rank and file bobbies in Norfolk.

An new initiative to bring together services in a bid to tackle the fight against age-related conditions such as Dementia, has been launched today in Swaffham.

An initiative to protect cyclists by using an undercover police officer on a bicycle to target motorists who drive too close to them could be rolled out in Norfolk and Suffolk.

Two GP surgeries are merging together as doctors aim to steer their practices through “these challenging times”.

The region’s mental health trust is set to spend nearly £3m more than budgeted on treating patients at other facilities this year, this newspaper can reveal.

Students will be encouraged to grow and sell fresh produce through a social enterprise being launched by a brewery.

Residents in a Norwich care home for people with sight-loss will soon be enjoying the benefits of a spa treatment room, thanks to a gift from the fund set up to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday.

A woman who runs a budding vintage hire wedding business from her garden shed picked up the surprise gong at an awards ceremony.

More than half the staff at a north Norfolk housing association have signed up to become Dementia Friends – just three weeks after a member of staff suggested adopting the initiative.

Recruiting teachers to work in rural Norfolk is a key challenge for many of the county’s headteachers, a retiring school leader has said.

A soon-to-be scrapped underwater dive unit has been described as a “vanity project” which cost the fire service £500,000 to run.

Crime levels in Norfolk have surged by almost 4pc with a big increase in the number of violent offences recorded which have increased to an extra 42 a week, according to new police figures.

Two charity workers remain in the country, which is in a state of emergency.

The repercussions of Brexit and accessibility will be among the topics covered by a survey which will build a picture of the region’s tourism.

Emergency services have united to issue safety warnings, but say there are prepared for the worst, as the borough continues to brace itself for a tidal surge.

A champion of the city’s classical music scene is to step down from his role with Norfolk and Norwich Chamber Music at the end of the season.

The 2017 edition of the Norfolk Skills and Careers Festival has been launched, with businesses urged to back the event and feed the future pipeline of the county’s talent.

He was created as a means of offering comfort to children at accident scenes and now, thanks to Dereham Lions, PC Ted is celebrating his 25th birthday in Norfolk.

A former health minister who left the department just weeks ago has raised the prospect of another reorganisation of health and social care “within years” and said a tax rise to pay for healthcare is “possible”.

The region’s economic growth is predicted to continue in 2017 but at a modest rate as uncertainty is expected to hit confidence in the services sector, a survey has found.

A slump in the pound giving visitors more for their money could see the region enjoy a bumper year for tourism.

A community stalwart, business leader and harbour master are among those featured in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours list.

As part of our regular series of profiles on the region’s Young Farmers’ Club (YFC) members, STEPHANIE CASSWELL talks about the cut and thrust of life as a farm trader.

Lord Prior of Brampton will now shape Britain’s business and energy policy after the Prime Minister has reshuffled her House of Lords front bench.

A single speed camera is catching more than a quarter of all speeders in Norfolk – including one driver who lost his licence after being clocked by the camera three times in five days.

The line-up for a popular annual charity darts competition has been announced.

East Anglia’s green-tech expertise could soon be helping to clean 
up China’s pollution problems, capitalising on the government’s drive to become environmentally-friendly.

Two men enjoying a second chance at life are today urging everyone to make a special Christmas pledge – by joining the organ donor register.

Businesses across the East of England are among the regional finalists of the 2016 Countryside Alliance Awards – an annual celebration of rural produce, skills, enterprise and heritage.

Explore our interactive map to find out how much homes sold for in your part of Norfolk, according to the latest figures.

Proposals for a Norfolk and Suffolk mayor hit the buffers when West Norfolk council voted against the plans. But just a few miles away Cambridgeshire is gearing up for a contest next year. Political editor Annabelle Dickson reports.

With millions of disabled tourists contributing billions to the economy, attraction owners and accommodation providers are waking up to the importance of accessibility. But, as Lauren Cope reports, there is much more to be done.

Police in Norfolk are now investigating “a number of allegations of abuse” within youth football in the county, it has emerged today.

An NHS health trust which provides community services to patients is bucking a trend by expecting to earn a surplus of cash this year.

Nearly £400,000 will be used to improve support for people who have a mental health crisis in Norfolk.

A Norfolk and Suffolk NHS trust has been fined £366,000 for health and safety failings after a 78-year-old patient was found drowned in a bath on a hospital ward.

In the UK around 290,000 people suffer from an anxiety disorder. Often many young people fear speaking out, worried of judgement or lack of understanding from peers and family.

With a period of unprecedented change ahead for the farming industry, Norfolk’s next NFU chairman has outlined some of the key challenges facing the industry during his tenure.

Former Strictly Come Dancing star Ola Jordan may be battling the creepy crawlies in the jungle on the current series of I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here but next year she will be dancing in Norwich alongside husband James Jordan.

It was 30 years ago when we published The Norfolkman’s Map of The Worlde followed by A Guide to the City of Norwich and orl them ol’ Norrijers.

A 40 year old man who poured petrol into a water pistol, died after an accidental spillage caused an explosion inside a Burgh Castle caravan.

Explore our interactive map to find out how much homes sold for in your part of Norfolk, according to the latest figures.

A 90-year-old railway poster advertising Norfolk has sold for £1,388 at an auction in America.

NHS chiefs have told the region’s mental health trust not to expect money for new services yet because of financial pressures, a leaked letter has revealed.

Specially trained officers have helped to talk a woman down from the roof of a block of flats in Norwich.

Refuse collections across north Norfolk face disruption after a strike vote by some Kier workers.

A pioneering new role has been created to support men suffering with mental health issues, as research has shown a 6pc rise in male psychological distress in just one generation.

George Freeman, the MP for Mid Norfolk, has called on health chiefs to reconsider their decision to scrap a valued service which supports people living with dementia.

A new service which will take expert help and peer support directly to veterans facing a mental health crisis has launched across Norfolk and Waveney.

A woman is preparing to fight a decision to scrap a valued dementia support service which she says is vital to both those with dementia and their carers.

Explore our interactive map to find out how much homes sold for in your part of Norfolk, according to the latest figures.

The effect of terrible mobile phone signal on parts of Norfolk and Suffolk is today laid bare through an EDP survey showing hundreds of disconnected families and businesses are unable to even make a call.

The chief executive of the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has said he feels like “piggy in the middle” as the hospital makes tough decisions in an attempt to save money.

A valued dementia support service will be scrapped despite health chiefs claiming its future was secured just two months ago.

Plans for a “crucial” expansion at Norfolk’s biggest hospital have been halted because of crippling finances, this newspaper can reveal.

It is an appeal that helps support some of the most vulnerable former servicemen and women across the city.

From head chef positions to front of house roles, over 100 hospitality and catering jobs are currently available across the county on Jobs24. Here’s a look at some of the positions and what they involve.

She may be just nine-years-old but Norwich schoolgirl Daisy Hailey is definitely making her voice heard when it comes to road safety.

The boss of the region’s troubled mental health trust has blamed nurse recruitment problems, funding, and data collection for the high number of patients dying.

Explore our interactive map to find out how much homes sold for in your part of Norfolk, according to the latest figures.

For five years teams of drivers from Norfolk have turned scrappage into success stories - and this year the tradition lives on.

Playing James Bond is one of the most talked about film roles in the world and now an actor from Norfolk is in the running to become the new 007.

A lawyer with expertise in food, health and energy and employment will join the board of the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership in September.

A sentence appeal has been launched by police after a mechanic was disqualified from driving for 56 days – for doing 154mph on the A11.

Home ownership in Norfolk has dropped by almost 7pc over 13 years as soaring prices force millions to abandon their dreams of buying their own place.

Carers looking after loved ones at home had a chance to chat to representatives from specialist charities and organisations ranging from the Alzheimer’s Society, to Norfolk Carers’ Support, at a drop-in session held at Sheringham Medical Practice at the weekend.

Flags have been flown at a sombre half mast across the region today in mourning for the dozens killed and scores injured in Nice last night.

Explore our interactive map to find out how much homes are selling for on your street.

Vulnerable children and young people are set to benefit from a groundbreaking new partnership between the charity Barnardo’s and Norfolk County Council.

Campaigners to reverse a government decision to change the pension age for 1950s women descended on parliament to make their case to our lawmakers.

Explore our interactive map to find out how much homes are selling for on your street.

Police reports have revealed the threats, verbal abuse and attacks the city’s taxi drivers are subject to while at work.

The work will see the utilitarian 1970s building flattened and a new station created behind the facade of the red-brick Edwardian courthouse next door.

She spent her final days in the same wards which became so familiar to her over a distinguished career spanning more than four decades.

From the Maddermarket Theatre to the magical world of Harry Potter – Norfolk has conjured up a second cast member for the new play about the famous wizard soon to open in London’s West End.

From an Abba singalong to a medieval battle enactment - this month’s North Walsham Festival is promising fun and culture to suit all tastes.

A Norfolk actor has landed one of the most magical roles in London’s West End – the part of Harry Potter’s son Albus Severus.

Campaigners in west Norfolk will deliver a petition ahead of a meeting later this week calling for a mental health unit to remain open and for services to be retained.

The husband of a former care home worker whose life was turned upside down when she suffered a stroke today told of her battle to recover.

An extra staff member will be added to take additional calls to the Mind mental health helpline, as health bosses hammer out the final details for a new service.

Research carried out right here in Norfolk is helping shape understanding of dementia and improving life for those living with it. We find out more.

Stand up, step forward and get involved in making our county the best place for those living with dementia – we need you, says JO MALONE.

The numbers tell the story: almost two in every 100 people between 65 and 69 have dementia. Among those just 20 years older – 85 to 89 – that figure is one in five.

Efforts to improve Norfolk’s schools have reached a key milestone after the county hit the national average for the number officially rated “good” or better, councillors will hear tomorrow.

Explore our interactive map to find out how much homes are selling for on your street.

The euphoria of a dramatic opening-day win sends Norfolk into their second Unicorns Knockout Trophy fixture in good spirits, safe in the knowledge that they still have room to improve.

Protesters took to the streets of King’s Lynn to voice their anger at what they described as “continuous” cutbacks to mental health services in west Norfolk.

Police and crime commissioner elections will be held on May 5. Norfolk independent candidate STEPHEN BETT sets out his vision for the role.

Police and crime commissioner elections will be held for a second time on May 5. Norfolk’s Liberal Democrat candidate JACKY HOWE sets out her vision for the job.

Police and crime commissioner elections will be held on May 5. Norfolk Conservative candidate LORNE GREEN sets out his vision for the role.

Police and crime commissioner elections will be held for a second time on May 5. Labour candidate CHRIS JONES set out his vision for the job.

Police and crime commissioner elections will be held for a second time on May 5. UK Independence candidate David Moreland set out his vision for the job.

The vice-chancellor of the University of East Anglia, Prof David Richardson, has been named the new chairman of Norwich Research Park.

A three-year-old boy who survived a 17-and-a-half hour operation to remove a brain tumour has been recognised for his courage.

A leading brain doctor sent a video of himself lying naked in bed from his hospital email account to a patient with whom he had started a sexual relationship, a tribunal has heard.

Explore our interactive map to find out how much homes sold for in your part of Norfolk, according to the latest figures.

Today the EDP urges the residents, businesses and organisations of Norfolk and Waveney to consider helping the thousands of people among us who suffer with mental health conditions.

Here’s a round up of some of the best April Fool’s Day practical jokes and spoofs we’ve spotted in the region today.

A mother-of-three has set up what is believed to be the first post-natal depression (PND) support group in Norfolk.

Missed targets for patients could end up costing the region’s biggest hospital trust millions of pounds this year.

The way that hospital food is being served is being given a radical makeover at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.

Merging two mental health helplines will cost health bosses a little bit of money, a senior manager has confirmed.

MPs say progress is being made to help service-users of the Norwich and Central Norfolk Mind Mental Health Helpline, who will be given access to another support line.

After our Australian journalist struggled to pronounce some of Norfolk’s trickier place names, we asked a professional to step in and show us how it’s done.

A historic photograph of Colman’s factory workers playing netball in Norwich is among 3,000 new images added to an online archive.

A new mural depicting some of the most recognisable landmarks in the town has been unveiled at a community centre in Lowestoft.

Two more health figures today add their opposition to the closure of a vital helpline which callers’ say saves lives.

A total of 32 patients were placed on mixed-sex wards across the region’s health trusts last month despite the NHS attempting to stamp out the practice five years ago.

Firefighters worked to extinguish a flaming mattress in Thetford in the early hours of this morning (Friday).

“It felt like having a heart attack in the middle of the hospital, but no one was helping me.”

Those are the words of David Quinn when asked to describe how he felt when mental health staff told him there were no free beds in the region where he could be treated.

Explore our interactive map to find out how much homes are selling for on your street.

Norfolk and Suffolk leaders have called for more detail from central government about what devolution could mean for the area amid a report from a cross-party group of MPs criticising a lack of public engagement.

Two sixth forms are hoping to form a pioneering partnership with two rural high schools which could see them create the first multi-academy trust of its kind in England.

The region’s mental health trust has confirmed the findings of an inquiry into the rise of unexpected deaths will be shared publicly.

A plan to build a new medical centre at Norfolk’s largest hospital to ease pressures at the already-stretched site has been announced.

A man who fell from a block of flats in Norwich is continuing to fight for his life in hospital.

Police have contacted the Crown Prosecution Service about whether criminal charges should be brought over a flash fire at an industrial unit which killed two men.

Within the next few weeks Norfolk County Council will be forced to make draconian cuts in its budget. Norfolk historian VICTOR MORGAN argues why protecting the county’s investment in heritage should be a priority.

Police have warned motorists to drive to the conditions as freezing temperatures continue to grip East Anglia today.

Huckleberry the horse looks a picture of health as he enjoys his new Norfolk home, but his happy ending could have been a very different story.

Hospital bosses insist a new system of healthcare is “absolutely necessary” to deal with the growing pressures on our local NHS.

Village groups have been applying in their numbers for a slice of the EDP’s Community Chest funds and Forncett Village Hall near Long Stratton is one of them.

A health minister today demanded more money must go to GPs and community treatment services to take the strain off hospital, as the EDP launches a week-long look at the state of the region’s NHS.

People of Eaton will soon be able to post a parcel with a pint, as the local post office finds itself a new home in a pub.

The government has issued legally-binding instructions to Norfolk County Council after Ofsted branded its children’s social services “inadequate” for the second time in three years.

New technology rolled out across the region’s mental health trust will bring long-term advantages according to managers, despite staff experiencing software problems.

Charities are trying to encourage more people to write wills by holding a series of workshops.

The sounds of Brahms, Beethoven, Schubert and more will entertain audiences in Norwich during a weekend packed full of music-making by top performers.

A fresh bid for information has been launched to help trace two people wanted by Norfolk police following appeals on the BBC’s Crimewatch programme.

Drivers who gamble with their lives and others in Norfolk have racked up more than £100,000 in fines over the past decade, new figures revealed today.

A woman killed on the A17 at Terrington St Clement yesterday has been named locally as Laura Pesterfield. Police are appealing for witnesses to the crash in which two boys were seriously injured.

The new owners of Great Yarmouth port, believe the town will benefit from the company’s link to major national docks.

A Norfolk writer is celebrating her debut book being crowned Book of the Year 2015 by Waterstones.

Not a single Norfolk community has seen their mobile phone not-spot plight eased by a flagship government scheme launched with £150m of state funding four years ago.

The use of antibiotics to treat livestock is creating resistant bacteria which represent a critical risk to human health, according to a new report. CHRIS HILL asked the region’s farmers and vets what can be done to reduce reliance on these drugs.

Norfolk and Suffolk mental health services would have almost £70m a year more if they were treated in the same way as physical health, the Norwich South MP has claimed.

An experienced sailor has been honoured for his lifelong contributions to the sport.

Richard Parker has been appointed to the role of permanent chief operating officer at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

More than £27m was paid out to patients and their families who suffered from medical negligence at health trusts in East Anglia, figures have revealed.

A ‘snapshot’ of the health of finances at Norfolk and Suffolk’s NHS Trusts and commissioning groups has revealed they are staring at a deficit of almost £50m by the end of the year.

A squirrel that spent more than a day up a telegraph pole in Gorleston was visited by fire fighters on Thursday morning.

Campaigners for Norfolk and Suffolk have labelled the region’s spend on preventing mental health problems as “shameful” and have issued an appeal for greater investment.

As providers of mental health services grapple with severe savings targets, one Norfolk organisation says it fears the impact cuts will have on isolated and disabled people.

A previous candidate and a county councillor are among the three Conservatives shortlisted to stand to be Norfolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner on the Tory ticket.

The pressure which policing Norwich’s Prince of Wales Road places on the county’s constabulary was laid bare last night, as thousands of people headed to the city’s clubbing heartland to celebrate Halloween.

Norfolk police resources were stretched on an “incredibly busy” Halloween night, with a spate of disturbances across the county.

Drivers on the beautiful A149 coast road in north-west Norfolk have plenty to look at with the stunning coastline and countryside. But one couple looked a bit deeper and discovered that one of the route’s attractions was being neglected – the milestones, which mark each mile along the route.

It is a company deeply ingrained in the city’s history. Now, a new exhibition explores the role Colman’s played during the First World War – and how the conflict changed the taste of the firm’s famous product. LUKE POWELL reports

The region’s mental health trust has appointed its new finance director and deputy chief executive.

A collection of war memorabilia, including Second World War helmets and medals, have been stolen from a home in Hapton, near Long Stratton.

It can be an almost impossible task for ex-inmates to secure employment after being inside. But Wayland Prison is aiming to change that by inviting employers to give offenders a second chance. Luke Powell reports.

Live cooking demonstrations and street food stalls will be on the line-up at a city centre festival celebrating gluten-free food in the county.

The region’s biggest hospital has named its new permanent chief executive.

A couple who survived the Tunisian beach terrorist attack which killed 30 Britons were among those recognised at a police awards ceremony in Norwich.

Labour MP Clive Lewis has called for Labour MPs to respect the democratic mandate of Jeremy Corbyn, dismissing claims that there will be a “purge” of MPs in his party.

School, business and council leaders have joined forces to officially launch a campaign to tackle the teacher recruitment crisis that is affecting attempts to improve education in Norfolk.

A much-loved medieval building filled with history and heritage today starts a new chapter in its life.

A hard-hitting road safety campaign described as “brave” and “creative” launched by Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies has won a top public relations award.

Images of Norfolk’s rural landscapes and communities, as seen through the lenses of young photographers, will be rewarded at an annual prize-giving ceremony.

Norfolk and Suffolk Police officers faced disciplinary hearings for injuring suspects, accepting ‘inappropriate’ friend requests on social media and accessing police systems for non-policing purposes last year, it has been revealed.

One fire engine from Sheringham was called at 2.46pm today to reports of a fire in the open on Brook Road in Sheringham.

Norfolk’s NHS hospital trusts have been ordered to cut spending on temporary nurses in the next four years – prompting concerns over patient treatment and waiting times.

Vulnerable victims and witnesses, police officers and staff can now give evidence in criminal cases without having to step into courtrooms.

Finishing touches are being made to a submission for a Norfolk devolution deal, with an “expression of interest” to be lodged with the government by the end of the week.

Serco, the embattled outsourcing company, has landed an £85m contract extension at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH).

Two young Norwich patients who have suffered from depression and psychotic episodes as teenagers are calling for more education to be provided in schools to help people better understand mental health.

Health bosses have hailed the community effort behind the re-opening of a Norwich walk-in centre.

Norfolk fire were called out to an incident shortly after 4.30pm today after a vehicle had turned over - according to a fire service spokesman.

A young mother who suffered from post-natal depression has praised the Wymondham support centre that brought her closer to her son.

Cromer carnival was briefly interrupted this evening when floats were forced to give way to a fire engine making its way through the centre of town.

More than one in five cancer patients are having to wait longer for treatment as Norfolk hospitals continue to miss a key target.

Morning rush-hour speeds on Norfolk and Suffolk’s council-managed A-roads have dropped to their slowest in eight years, according to new statistics.

Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner has insisted assaults on police officers are never acceptable after comments he made in the EDP provoked criticism.

A rise in ambulances taking patients to A&E departments is among reasons why emergency crews endured 1,400 hours of delays when handing over patients in the last three months, according to a hospital boss.

A former improvement director at health regulator Monitor has been appointed as the interim chief executive of the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (N&N).

A mental health helpline was yesterday given a reprieve. One user told us how it helped save her life.

A spectacular Norfolk treasure, which dates back 3,500 years, is coming to King’s Lynn on its tour of regional museums.

Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust could have saved more than £3.5m by recruiting its own staff.

A Norfolk mental health helpline which has had more than 6,000 calls since January was saved from the axe this morning.

The resignation of the Norfolk and Norwich hospital trust’s chief executive means there are now three health providers without long-term chiefs.

More than 100 people turned out to support the launch of North Walsham as a dementia-friendly community.

Drivers have been warned against drink and drug driving after almost 80 motorists failed roadside tests in Norfolk during a month-long crack-down.

A species of spider new to Britain has been discovered in Norfolk. But arachnophobes need not be worried as the eight legged creature measures just 1.6mm in length.

A project aimed at giving work opportunities to young people in the farming industry has moved into a transitional phase, as it seeks to extend its reach beyond its East Anglian origins.

An increase in stress, anxiety and depression are thought to be among the reasons behind an extra 10,286 referrals to Suffolk and Norfolk’s mental health trust over the last five years.

Poppies in Steel, a striking seven-foot tall sculpture, has been officially unveiled to mark the launch of 
north Norfolk’s commemorations of the First World War centenary years and the start of Armed Forces Week.

Plans to keep surgeries open seven days a week must be supported by additional GPs before it can go ahead, Norfolk’s representative for the British Medical Association has said.

Benefactors and staff from the

Norfolk Community Foundation gathered to celebrate its tenth anniversary.

City College Norwich students have been busy snapping shots of the baby GoGoDragons! before the colourful creatures take their places on a special trail through Norwich.

More than 1,700 operations were cancelled at the last minute across Norfolk hospitals in the last financial year as trusts experienced one of their busiest periods ever.

A new unit aimed at cracking down on criminals who use the internet to target victims in Norfolk and Suffolk is being launched today.

There are still obstacles to getting more investors and business angels to back Norfolk start-ups, leaders in the field have said.

Norfolk’s biggest health provider is still failing to hit key performance targets.

NHS staff who were suspended after the death of a mental health patient 19 months ago are to return to work.

From potters to painters to jewellery makers, artists across the county are opening up their studios to the public for a Norfolk-wide celebration of art.

A software company with international clients and offices across the country is investing in Norfolk’s talent by becoming a major new recruiter in the region.

A drive to turn Hethersett into a dementia friendly village has been launched.

A drive to turn Hethersett into a dementia friendly village has been launched.

A judge has told of his astonishment that a Polish criminal sentenced to be deported a year ago remained in Norfolk and went on to savagely attack two NHS workers.

Former North Norfolk MP David Prior has become a health minister in David Cameron’s new government.

Ambulance and fire services have been called to the scene of a car in a ditch on the B1156 at Langham.

Some of the world’s best cyclists will race through the heart of Norfolk when the Tour of Britain returns to the county for the first time in three years this autumn.

Shadow health secretary Andy Burnham admitted that his party let the market in too far when Labour was last in Government as Norfolk activists and health workers gathered just days before voters go to the polls.
Wild at Heart actor Stephen Tompkinson, who has given his backing to Labour over the NHS, travelled to Norwich Puppet Theatre to speak at the rally, and to pledge his support to the Labour health spokesman.

A diabetic Norfolk mother has become the first woman in the world to give birth naturally after using an artifical pancreas to produce insulin during her pregnancy.

A mother from Norfolk with diabetes has become the first woman in the world to give birth naturally after having used cutting edge technology to help her produce insulin throughout her pregnancy.

Membership of the EU is back in the election wrestling ring 40 years after we voted to join. JESS STAUFENBERG speaks to businesses in Norfolk about the world’s biggest trading bloc.

It goes without saying now that at every General Election the NHS becomes a key political battleground as every party fights to prove they have the answers for this important and emotive issue.

Reporter KIM BRISCOE outlines the key challenges and policies for health and social care.

A south Norfolk traders organisation is holding a midsummer fair and vintage car rally.

Change is afoot on the Norfolk cricket landscape, as two of the county’s leagues begin finalising plans for a merger.

A hospital appeal to improve prostate cancer treatment has been given a £100,000 boost thanks to two years of fundraising by three Norfolk charities.

An investigation has been launched into “financial challenges” at an NHS trust which provides services in Norfolk and Cambridgeshire.

Divers in north Norfolk had the chance to use a specialist piece of equipment, used to explore the deepest waters.

They might look like fun guys but they are in fact “a new species for the world” – and they have been found in Norfolk.

From a ship on the high seas to a Japanese village, a Norfolk operatic group has transported its audiences to all sorts of destinations through its clever and imaginative set building.

Warm tributes were paid to mark the retirement of Judge Philip Curl, who said it had been his “good fortune” to live and work in Norfolk, a county which he said was “deeply in his “DNA,” .

Some of the world’s best cyclists will race through the heart of Norfolk when the Tour of Britain returns to the county for the first time in three years this autumn.

A serious skills crisis is looming for the food and farming industry unless it can reinvent itself to win the “hearts and minds” of youngsters at all tiers of education.

Norfolk’s Young Farmers’ Clubs (YFC) have launched a new £70,000 skills fund to distribute cash raised to mark the organisation’s 70th anniversary.

Plans to redevelop North Walsham Police Station are nearly finished.

Proposals are being prepared to create “one or more” Food Enterprise Zones in Suffolk and Norfolk

As a multi-billion pound health budget looks set to be devolved to 10 councils in Greater Manchester. Political Editor Annabelle Dickson asks if the same should be happening in the East?

The number of NHS staff who would recommend where they work as a place to receive treatment has gone down, according to the annual NHS staff survey.

The region’s mental health trust has moved to allay concerns after a report revealed 258 recommendations from 98 reviews of serious incidents had not been addressed.

A successful pilot scheme has led to additional investment being made into dementia care across Norfolk.

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