A group of firefighters are midway through the second day of a gruelling charity bike ride.
People who have had a stroke or other recent brain injuries will be able to benefit from the experiences of those who have already lived through a similar condition, thanks to a grant from Norfolk Freemasons.
A consultant clinical psychologist from the Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT) has spoken at one of the world’s top literary festivals on the subject of men and suicide.
With less than a month to go until the start of a charity bike ride, a group of firefighters are calling on the support of locals to help them reach their fundraising target.
A group of six firefighters are preparing to saddle up as they embark on a charity bike ride.
What links a small town in Wales, a doll’s house, and the scuttling of a U-boat off the coast of Suffolk during the Second World War?
An “amazing” real life story of transformation will be highlighted this weekend.
Waveney suffers from more heroin and morphine misuse deaths than anywhere else in Suffolk, according to data from the Office of National Statistics.
An adult went missing every seven hours in Suffolk last year, new figures have revealed.
Norfolk and Waveney has just recovered from the deluge of snow brought by the Beast from the East and now the region is set to be hit by the Pest from the West.
A painting depicting one of Joseph Hooker’s discoveries has been gifted to Halesworth to cement the link between the town and Kew Gardens.
Firefighters are set to saddle up and raise funds for a worthy cause as they prepare for a charity bike ride.
Around 49,000 homes across Norfolk and Suffolk are without power as the strong winds continue to sweep across the county.
Theresa May will abandon her Conservative general election manifesto pledge to give MPs a vote on whether to overturn the fox hunting ban.
Hospitals in Norfolk made millions last year in car parking charges from patients, visitors, and staff, new data has revealed.
A trip to Birmingham for their last tournament of 2017 saw four members of the Phoenix Karate Schools squad added to their trophy tally.
A pioneering concept that provides high-level medical cover for oil and gas and windfarm workers has been deployed off the East Anglian coast for the first time.
Oliver and Olivia have been revealed as the most popular baby names in the region for 2016 according to official figures.
A farmer has expressed his delight at scooping a prestigious national accolade.
Landowners have accused the government of using public money unnecessarily to replicate access to the coast that already existed.
A dedicated fundraiser who has amassed thousands of pounds for her church has been given a royal seal of approval.
More than 20 athletes from across Suffolk – including many from Waveney – represented the eastern region in the Special Olympics Great Britain National Summer Games in Sheffield.
Two former members of the British Armed Forces have chosen Lowestoft as the starting point for an epic charity challenge.
A leading public health charity has called for more investment in substance misuse prevention, after deaths related to drugs in the region soared.
Suffolk’s police federation is urging the Government to change the law to protect officers responding to 999 calls, or those involved in pursuits, from potential prosecutions.
Dozens of children who care for sick and disabled family members are to receive a boost from a £10,000 grant.
A charity walk in Lowestoft to raise awareness for disabled people in the community has been called “a fantastic success”.
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