At least 35,000 key workers in Norfolk and Waveney, those considered critical to handling the coronavirus crisis, are not earning a living wage.
A coastal college has done its part to help with the outbreak of coronavirus, having donated thousands of gloves and masks to a hospital.
A busy roundabout service station could be transformed after plans were submitted for two new drive-through restaurants, a shop and upgrades to existing services.
Armed police officers in Norfolk and Suffolk have shot their guns nearly 200 times in the last five years, but have not injured or killed anyone, figures reveal.
We can all do our part to slow down the spread of coronavirus by staying home, but nobody said self-isolating would be easy.
Animal rescue centres are urgently calling for food donations after panic buying has left their supply shelves empty.
The terminal illness charity Marie Curie will stop accepting collections in Norfolk and Suffolk as its biggest annual appeal is cancelled over coronavirus.
Up to £25 million could be spent on regenerating Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth’s town centres - but how do town residents want it spent?
A much-loved department store chain which went into administration in January is closing its final stores after retail was hit by coronavirus concerns.
As coronavirus continues to spread throughout the country, with five confirmed cases in Norfolk and Suffolk, we have answered your questions.
A blaze erupted at the abandoned Pontins resort in Hemsby, with fire crews tackling flames rising from a disused building.
A Norfolk woman is looking forward to celebrating her first Mother’s Day after a lengthy struggle with her fertility.
Market traders in a coastal town say they feel shoppers may have been driven away by coronavirus fears with low footfall this weekend.
A family-run fishmonger is keeping a town’s rich fishing heritage alive, as it looks to be crowned the UK’s best in two different awards.
Three adults and two children have been taken to hospital after a serious collision on the A47 this afternoon.
Two hundred jobs could be lost after a council turned its back on an approved planning application to make changes to a long-awaited bridge.
Mums will always appreciate a thoughtful present, but the greatest Mother’s Day gift of all may be spending quality time with her children.
A church minister has been labelled out of touch and discriminatory after declaring businesses should not be ‘forced’ to cater for gay marriages.
Two men have been arrested for allegedly assaulting a train guard, which caused two Greater Anglia trains to be cancelled.
A man in his 70s was hospitalised after a fire started at his house while he was busy trying to turn off a smoke detector.
Universal Credit is ‘plunging people into debt’, campaign groups say, as figures show the number of claimants in the east has risen to 214,000.
Police have arrested a driver after they tested positive for both cannabis and cocaine while driving a motorcycle they had taken without consent.
A mum is sharing her experience of raising her four-year-old disabled son on Instagram to help explain his condition and support others.
After being rejected from more than 60 job applications between them, two young men are celebrating after finally getting their dream jobs together.
‘People said Brexit wouldn’t happen, but look at that. Nexit is the next big thing.’
Nearly 2,000 people were fined last year for parking in spaces reserved for people with disabilities without having a blue badge permit.
Pub chain JD Wetherspoons has confirmed staff in one of its Norwich venues are now wearing body cameras, after a rise in violence and crime against them.
Two men have been fined more than £600 after being found guilty of throwing cigarette butts from their cars.
From barn conversions to seven bedroom mansions and seaside flats, the eleven most expensive houses bought in Waveney in 2019 have been revealed.
A coronavirus health campaign has been launched across the nation as the government works to prevent the spread of illness.
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