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An award-winning carer has declared her job to be the world's best in a speech she gave to her peers.

A Norfolk blogger has spoken out for the first time about her battle with online trolls and says it's time to fight back.

Governors at the region's mental health trust have demanded answers over why spending on children in London is more than three times that on those in the east.

A housing scheme promising up to 180 homes in a Breckland market town has been recommended for approval - despite reservations from the Environmental Agency and the NHS.

The distinctive livery of Foulger Transport's fleet is familiar to many East Anglian motorists. Steven Russell learns about the figure behind it: a businessman, yes, but also a humanitarian, thinker and inventor.

A Norfolk business is helping the country become all ears as it hosts hearing loss workshops.

Watton is a town situated in the heart of Norfolk's Breckland district with a population of about 7,000 and is one of the oldest towns in the county being mentioned in the Domesday Book from 1086.

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Watton and Swaffham Sport

Tue, 08:56

Norfolk's Simon Dye was named official of the year at the annual England Hockey awards at Leicester.

Alex Payne played a match-winning innings as Swaffham beat Thetford in a hard-fought Norfolk Alliance Division One clash on Saturday.

Swaffham Town players and officials celebrated an exciting season for the club at the annual presentation evening and meal.

Abigail O'Riordan recorded two magnificent eagles on her way to a hard-fought win over Karen Young in the final of the Norfolk Ladies' Championship at Hunstanton on Sunday.

Swaffham Town got the win they needed to clinch promotion to the top flight of the Thurlow Nunn League on a day when Great Yarmouth Town moved in the opposite direction.

Watton and Swaffham Events

The good times are baaa-ck at Swaffham as the town prepares to host its annual sheep fair.

Get set for a magic carpet ride through beautiful bluebells at these stunning locations across Norfolk.

Norfolk Entertainment

The host of the hit quiz show Pointless is coming to Norfolk as part of his first ever stand-up tour.

History doesn't have to be boring - it can be horribly exciting.

Cinema City in Norwich are set to once again host a series of live acoustic nights in their courtyard over the summer.

These amazing photographs have been edited into fantastical scenes by photographer Karen Fuller, who creates imaginary dream worlds where her subjects can live in a parallel world as characters in a range of settings, including Roald Dahl books and galaxies far, far away.

The Edge of Things takes inspiration from some of the books in Blickling Estate's impressive book collection, and brings the age of enlightenment to a brand new audience.

Norfolk Sport

Norfolk's Simon Dye was named official of the year at the annual England Hockey awards at Leicester.

Alex Payne played a match-winning innings as Swaffham beat Thetford in a hard-fought Norfolk Alliance Division One clash on Saturday.

Swaffham Town players and officials celebrated an exciting season for the club at the annual presentation evening and meal.

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