July 24 2014 Latest news:
Problems at a medical centre have been caused by the difficulty in persuading GPs to come to the area, a council has said.
Ambulance chiefs have urged patients to only call 999 in an emergency after soaring temperatures contributed to the East of England Ambulance Service’s busiest weekend of the year.
A little girl’s dream will come true after a concert raised the £2,600 needed to help send her on the holiday of a lifetime.
A teenager has died after being airlifted to hospital from the Latitude music festival after falling unwell.
Officials from a mental health trust have pledged to reduce transport costs after private ambulance expenses more than trebled in the space of two years.
Summer, sunshine and sizzling stand-up. This week offers another extravaganza of great comedy across the region. SIMON PARKIN picks some shows guaranteed to provide the laughs from comedy origami to Edinburgh previews.
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The RTTC National 100-mile Championship Time Trial was the main event in Norfolk at the weekend.
Saham Toney batsman Andrew McGeorge could only watch on in amazement during his side’s nine-wicket defeat at Norwich A in Division Two of the Norfolk Alliance on Saturday.
Several changes have been put in place at Watton United following the club’s annual general meeting (AGM).
The British Superbikes moved up to Knockhill in Scotland – and saw the return of RAF Marham’s RAF Reserves team to the main Superbike class after the sad loss of Simon Andrews.
The husband and wife team of Brenda and Bill Neill helped to run a very successful Ladies President’s Day at Swaffham Golf Club.
Norfolk’s Colin Oates admitted he was a man under pressure coming into the Commonwealth Games – and he delivered in style on Thursday night.
The competitive action is under way in Glasgow after the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games was held last night – and there are plenty of local hopes to watch out for.
It was hardly World Wrestling Entertainment, but pupils were delighted to see their teachers transform into wrestlers at King’s Lynn Academy.