Nearly 400 more people died in Norfolk over winter than during any other time of the year, new data has shown.
A set of Norfolk charities are celebrating a funding boost after more than 1,000 people took part in a public vote to decide which good cause should be supported.
Winter is beginning to bite.
Working together will be the only way to tackle the gap left between dwindling budgets and growing healthcare needs, a new report has claimed.
A charity which provides a fun, safe and caring environment for children and young people with autism has been given a facelift.
More than 100 community groups have been awarded a share of more than £100,000 thanks to a partnership between this newspaper, Comic Relief and the Norfolk and Suffolk Community Foundations.
A special event giving people with experience of mental ill health the chance to hear inspirational stories from others while sharing their own ideas for promoting recovery will take place next week.
Music Makers Great Yarmouth has celebrated its third successful year with a rousing session of music and fun led by the club’s founder Peter Watters.
More than 65 organisations across Norfolk and Suffolk have already applied for their share of a £105,000 fund designed to support community groups.
More than half a million pounds has been raised towards helping people in Norfolk and Waveney suffering with mental health conditions.
A £105,000 fund to support community groups across Norfolk and Suffolk has been announced today.
Teenagers in the region are some of the least likely in the country to apply for a place at university.
“They saved my life” - these were the words of a woman who found help and support with a Norfolk charity, after suffering four miscarriages over the space of 10 years.
They say that life is a song.
For four decades it was the home of a busy band that was in demand across the borough for festivals and proud civic events.
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