A carers’ organisation has suggested family carers in Norfolk need to keep up-to-date with technology to make caring easier.
A ground-breaking programme, funded by a £185,000 lottery grant, is being launched across the Breckland district next week to engage isolated older people in the arts.
Norfolk is bracing itself for gale-force winds tonight coinciding with the arrival of Storm Aileen.
A theatre, sailing base and near-vacant office block are among 20 sites due to be sold off by a cash-strapped council to save costs.
Children with emerging mental health issues are to receive earlier support, thanks to a new service launching in Norfolk.
A petition has been launched urging council bosses to keep a popular Breckland care home open.
A junction will be closed for resurfacing works.
It was 20 years ago a leading health researcher made a gloomy prophecy about the future of Norfolk’s busiest hospital.
A Thetford resident has said something has to be done to make the road he lives on safer.
There is just one week left for children across Norfolk to submit their entries into a creative writing competition.
A Norfolk care home could be closed as council bosses, facing the need to make £125m of savings over the next four years, look at ways to save money.
A speed camera is set to be installed on a busy Thetford road after traffic surveys caught an “unacceptably high” number of drivers speeding.
The Norfolk Care Awards will not take place next year after Norfolk County Council said it was unable to support the February event.
A disued building which has been empty for five years could be brought back into use as a respite care site for disabled people.
Vulnerable young people who are exploited by London gangs to transport drugs into Norfolk should be treated as victims, rather than criminals, according to the NSPCC.
Detective work, pirate activities and dolls’ houses are just some of the family-friendly attractions on offer this summer across the county’s museums.
A Norfolk artist who received support from the region’s mental health trust to overcome challenging behaviour within her family is exhibiting a series of works charting her journey through therapy.
The provider of drug and alcohol services in Norfolk is set to change, as priorities shift in how to approach misuse.
For many people, completing one marathon would be an achievement.
Leader of Norfolk County Council Cliff Jordan has pledged not to close any fire stations, libraries, museums or children’s centres despite the prospect of a further £125m of cuts to the county budget.
Major plans to find £125m worth of savings over the next four years from the Norfolk County Council budget will be discussed by councillors today.
As Norfolk County Council looks at new ways to bring more people into the adult social care sector, chair of the authority’s adult social care committee, Bill Borrett, explains the various ways of getting into the rewarding career.
It is a job like no other.
There have been hundreds of data protection breaches at our councils in the last two years, including information sent to the wrong people, being lost or even stolen.
Carers across Norfolk now have access to a wealth of helpful information about caring thanks to a new partnership.
There will be disruption on a major road between Thetford and Diss while resurfacing works are carried out.
Concerns that members of the public have not had enough of a say in the changing face of the county’s health system have prompted a Question Time style event.
One of the country’s major funeral companies is battling to block permission granted to a King’s Lynn-based funeral directors to build a new crematorium in Breckland.
A sexual health charity has said it is “concerning” to see a rise in the number of teenage pregnancies in Norfolk.
Volunteers who give up their precious time to help out with services provided by Norfolk County Council are being celebrated for their hard work.
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