A charity founder who has returned home from The Gambia has described her experiences during the country’s state of emergency and expressed her concerns for the children she went to help.
A couple who re-opened a Gorleston pub in dry-January have not had the quiet start they might have expected.
A seaside business claims it has lost thousands of pounds and is having to cut back its opening hours because of a “complete fiasco” involving telecoms giant BT.
From supporting police officers on foot patrols to attending major incidents, special constables serve a vital role in communities across the county.
Redevelopment of a landmark building by a community healthcare provider could bring new jobs and improved services to the area, according to its chief executive.
It is a special role requiring fortitude and resilience and now an urgent call is being launched for new recruits to join the Coastguard service.
They take our children to school and make sure there is food on the shelves – but a shortage of coach and lorry drivers is raising concerns for firms across the region.
Council leaders are calling for a “radical rethink” of funding for job creation, claiming that job centres are failing to support enough people into work.
A pre-school which was in danger of disappearing after being forced to move out of its former base has found a new home following a public appeal through this newspaper.
Norfolk and Suffolk seaside communities to benefit from government grant which could unlock treasure trove
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