The deaths of two vulnerable people living in the same Norfolk care home, including an elderly woman who died after she was attacked by another resident, have raised serious concerns.
A mother-of-two whose life was saved by a kidney transplant has praised organ donation as the best thing anyone can do.
Faeces under fingernails, weeks without baths and calls to emergency services for support - these are some of the damning observations made at our region's failing care homes.
Scientists studying dementia are appealing for volunteers to help them investigate how feasible it is for people to take up and stick to a Mediterranean-style diet.
Almost 200 businesses across Norfolk and Waveney have been told they must clean up their act over food hygiene.
Health chiefs are asking paramedics to work in overwhelmed A&E departments in another sign of the extreme pressure on Norfolk's NHS.
Christmas has come early for a brave three-year-old girl, who got the all-clear to take a break from a gruelling year-long cancer treatment.
A warning has been issued to the parents of schoolchildren in Norfolk that there has been an increase in Norovirus cases.
Senior doctors have warned that children are "super-spreaders" of flu and have urged parents to get them vaccinated - as new figures reveal than less than a third of the country's infants have had their jab.
The family of brave girl with brain cancer are planning a special third birthday party for her after a difficult year of chemotherapy.
An academy has revealed ambitious plans which will see a "significant investment" transform the school into a full primary.
A property developer with a history of alcohol abuse had been advised to self-refer to a substance abuse charity before he died at home, an inquest has heard.
Rural rail stations have seen an increase in users as almost 10m people travelled across Norfolk alone by train last year.
The family of a man who was punched in the face while walking his dog have warned other pet owners to be wary of attackers.