A woman has temporarily lost sight in one eye after a “noxious” substance was thrown in her face in a Bury St Edmunds pub.
Motorists face up to 10 weeks of disruption as overnight roadworks begin on the A11.
Anna Bridle, 48, from Sporle, took on the Spiral to the Summit challenge on Sunday, September 17 on behalf of the Stroke Association and successfully climbed the Swaffham windmill three times - the equivalent of almost 1,000 steps.
RAF Honington, home of the RAF Force Protection Force, hosted the finals of the Provost Marshal Military Working Dogs Trials yesterday.
They are the pieces of equipment located around our towns and villages that are able to save someone’s life should they go into cardiac arrest.
Oliver and Olivia have been revealed as the most popular baby names in the region for 2016 according to official figures.
Thetford’s 7th Armoured Division, known as the Desert Rats, are famous for their exploits, bravery, and sacrifice during the Second World War.
Whether looking at our own futures, or those of loved ones, adult social care is a sector which will come into everyone’s life at some point.
Armed officers will be deployed across Norfolk over the coming days as the UK terror threat is raised to its highest level.
Those living in south Norfolk are at the lowest risk in the country of dying of liver disease, new figures have revealed.
From the best brew to the finest foods, today we celebrate Norfolk’s food heroes.
A range of workshops and activities will offer visitors to Thetford Forest a chance to learn about the area’s heritage.
Lodge park Puddledock Farm at the edge of Thetford Forest is nearing the final stages of the first phase of its £3m re-development.
Take a minute, change a life.
Women who are struggling to conceive face extra heartache after a decision to scrap NHS funding for IVF treatment in the county where it was pioneered.
The efforts of thousands of ‘hidden’ carers who are supporting someone close to them who has dementia, will again be highlighted as part of National Dementia Carers’ Day (Sunday 10 September 2017).
A distinctive Suffolk landmark is set to feature in the latest Ridley Scott movie after the veteran director decided it was the “perfect location” for one of the scenes.
It was 20 years ago a leading health researcher made a gloomy prophecy about the future of Norfolk’s busiest hospital.
Over the last three years the Breaking New Ground Landscape Partnership has been working to reconnect people with The Brecks. Rebecca Murphy looks at the success of the scheme as it comes to an end.
New figures show more than 150 people in our region have died on the waiting list for an organ transplant over the past 10 years.
The world’s most famous engine is heading to East Anglia, and two lucky winners are being offered the chance of a lifetime to jump on board.
Nearly half of people diagnosed with cancer in the east of England were not fully told about the potential long-term side effects of their treatment, it has been revealed.
An East Anglian removals company says UK firms’ desire to retain a European foothold after Brexit could open up a new route to growth.
Thousands of people at set to cheer on the Tour of Britain (ToB) riders as they pass through West Suffolk.
A day of family fun and entertainment will take place as the Watton Carnival returns.
A man who was involved in a crash on the A11 has thanked the emergency services for their help.
Seven years ago Jade Bailey competed in a modelling competition which would change her life.
Surfacing works will be taking place overnight on the A134 Thetford Road close to Lynford.
For the past four years they have given people with and without disabilities the chance to experience the thrill of sports shooting.
One of the country’s oldest independent schools recently welcomed its new Hong Kong-based owners to Norfolk.
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