The Afghanistan and Iraq wars impacted thousands of people in our region. In the first in our week-long series looking at their legacy, reporter Stuart Anderson talks to Lord Dannatt, the former head of the British Army.

Skydiving, first aid and Duke of Edinburgh awards are just some of the things the Norfolk army cadets get to do.

Rooted in tradition, Acle is a classic English market town on the Broads.

Veterans have praised a monthly meeting club which allows them to socialise among their 'brothers and sisters' - as well as providing care for mental and physical injuries suffered during their service.

Two former military men from Norfolk are heading to London to run the marathon for an Armed Forces charity.

Emily Cotton meets with Zina Wilkinson, and inspirational woman who is a firm believer that you can do absolutely anything you put your mind to, regardless of who you are and the obstacles life puts in your way.

A mystery phenomenon has descended on a Norfolk town after multiple cars failed to unlock.

This month it's 60 years since Buddy Holly died in a plane crash aged just 22. Our arts editor takes a look back at other stars we lost before their time, from Amy Winehouse and Kurt Cobain to Whitney Houston.

For 100 years they have been on the other side of the Atlantic.

Imagine being given only two weeks to pack up all of your belongings, find a new place to live, and told to leave your childhood home to the army.

Norfolk's link to the sea shines through in the work of John Craske. ALAN TUTT of Cromer Museum recounts the fascinating life of the fisherman-turned-artist.

Bungay Museum possesses the Head Master's log-book of school attendance and events for the Boys' department of the local Council School.

Sir Ranulph Fiennes, named by the Guinness Booked of Records as 'the world's greatest living explorer', reveals what frightens him and why he won't be hanging up his hiking boots anytime soon.

Fundraising efforts for the family of Anthony Glover, including a sponsored head shave, have raised thousands of pounds.

A veteran who was homeless for six months has said the Ministry of Defence must do more to help departing servicemen after it emerged empty armed forces-owned homes in the region could house more than half of Norfolk's "hidden homeless".

The last person believed to have survived after being evicted from the village of Tottington by the army during the Second World War has died.

The famous Rendlesham Forest UFO 'sightings' were actually down to British soldiers getting their own back on the Americans, a new theory claims.

A long-forgotten service book belonging to a Second World War soldier has been discovered in the attic of a Norwich home.

Thousands lined the streets of Bungay as a traditional Boxing Day Hunt returned to the town.

Music is an important part of Christmas, and no-one knows that better than Sheila Condon, who has been an enthusiastic singer for nine decades.

It's like a plot from the Hollywood film Catch Me If You Can.

Two leading figures in Norfolk and Suffolk's tourism and hospitality scene have been appointed to head up a body promoting the region on the national and international stage.

A policeman from north-west Norfolk accused of leering at a naked female officer as she took a shower at a shared section house has been cleared.

They say an Englishman's home is his castle and Lance Martin is prepared to protect his cliff-top property at all costs

More than 100 years since servicemen returned with shellshock from the battlefields of World War I, Nicky Barrell reports on how acupuncture is being used to treat veteran's post traumatic stresss

A charity baker who has raised more than £80,000 for Help for Heroes will soon be returning to Beccles.

A new war memorial was unveiled at a dedication ceremony in Brundall on Saturday morning.

Join a Sprowston coffee morning to remember those who have served and died for our country.

People turned out in their thousands for the county's biggest free firework spectacular.

Valerie Slaughter says Rachel Moore was too hard on the baby boomers. The ills of today's society are not their fault

A life-size silhouette statue of a soldier that will take pride of place at First World War centenary events in Diss has taken up his first posting.

It's rare for the public to get a peak into the security arrangements of a Royal or high profile celebrity; however since the airing of BBC's Bodyguard, part of which was filmed in Norfolk, the public has become more aware of the private security industry.

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