A brewery owner is hoping to turn his life’s passion into a business venture by turning a former duck farm into a fishing pond.
Baby and toddler groups are moving online to keep parents in touch with each other during the coronavirus outbreak.
Churches will be using social media and the internet to comfort worshippers and bolster community spirit as the country goes into coronavirus lockdown.
Domestic abuse victims are being encouraged to seek help through social media, loved ones and charities as measures to prevent coronavirus spread are increased.
A mother-of-two whose life was saved by a kidney transplant has praised organ donation as the best thing anyone can do.
Changes to the way people pay for things have been laid bare by new figures which show than half of bus passengers using First Eastern Counties routes pay through cashless methods.
The inquest into the death of a three-year-old girl who died after being thrown from an inflatable trampoline will be held in front of a jury.
As he speeds down the dry ski slope, it is difficult to imagine that eight years ago Kieran Young was in an induced coma with a traumatic brain injury.
An environmental action group is calling for double the amount of trees to be planted to tackle climate change.
A survivor of childhood abuse, victim of sex trafficking and high-profile whistleblower will be some of the top speakers at a charity’s afternoon tea fundraiser.
A harassment victim who went through months of terrifying nightly visits from her ex-partner is calling for protection orders to be more effective.
Train passengers are facing cancellations or severe disruption due to ongoing major signalling problems.
Voters will be heading to the polls today in what has been billed as the most important General Election in a generation.
The full list of people campaigning to become MPs in this year’s General Election has been revealed.
It is an issue which affects women of all ages and backgrounds, but period poverty, meaning women cannot afford sanitary products, is widespread.
“I’m trying to learn how to pronounce the place names - I can do Happisburgh.”
British Red Cross first aid volunteers will stop providing support at community events next year in a bid to save money for the charity.
A retired chef died in the south of France, an inquest has heard.
Trick-or-treaters will be able to see which households want to take part in the popular Halloween tradition thanks to an interactive app.
Brexit could spell the end of life-changing trips abroad for hundreds of disadvantaged young people, according to a prominent volunteer and charity founder.
With Halloween around the corner children and families are getting excited about putting on their best costumes and going trick-or-treating.
It could be the difference between life and death for some cardiac arrest sufferers.
People living with mental health issues can now receive a lifeline of support to get back into work thanks to a new service.
An inquest has been closed into the death of a man who fell out of a moving pick-up truck.
A carer has received a community order after beating his partner in the street following a “toxic” relationship.
Middle-aged people need to stay physically active if they are to enjoy a fit and healthy retirement, according to a new report from the University of East Anglia.
A harassment victim whose ex-partner sent sexually-explicit videos and pictures to friends and family has received support from across the world.
Mental health problems, self-harm, eating disorders, trouble at school and trust issues.
A revenge porn victim whose ex-partner sent explicit sexual videos and photos of her to her teenage daughter has hit out after he was spared jail.