Long-serving North Norfolk Liberal Democrat MP Norman Lamb has had a pacemaker fitted - but says it won't stop the work that he does.
Hundreds of the most vulnerable people in Norfolk have been hit by a big rise in disabled care charges. Tom Bristow speaks to those who fear it will mean they lose their home and future.
It has been hailed as a place of hope and safety for recovering drug and alcohol addicts.
A firm working to reverse negative quality ratings at its two north Norfolk care homes has taken over a third in the district.
The East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST) has today announced the appointment of a new chair for its board, Nicola Scrivings.
The bereaved parents of a 19-year-old from Cromer have joined forces with a mental health charity to encourage those in danger to seek help.
People living with mental health issues can now receive a lifeline of support to get back into work thanks to a new service.
Dr Richard Gorrod, a GP for 30 years, found himself curled up in a ball on the floor and unable to function.
Health care boss admits sending mental health patients out of Norfolk and Suffolk for treatment is "distressing".
A woman who lost her sister to a brain tumour was just one of a number of people to take part in a walk to raise awareness.
Since she was a teenager 71-year-old Sandra Adcock felt a natural urge to care for people.
A woman who had part of her bowel removed to treat a rare form of cancer has hit out at a council for initially refusing her support with school transport.
A residential care home which was rated "inadequate" by the Care Quality Commission in August has now been given a food hygiene rating of one.
Work has started on a £1.4m therapeutic centre at Sheringham Woodfields School in north Norfolk.
A merger bringing the region's five clinical commissioning groups (CCG) together as one is set to go ahead.
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It boasts a hydrotherapy pool, state of the art sensory room and music studio.
Thanks to medical breakthroughs and a German man he's never met, lorry driver George McCarter has a bright future. STUART ANDERSON spoke to him about living through a rare form of blood cancer.
Patients in Norfolk and Waveney have rated appointment times as their biggest source of frustration, with some complaining of waiting several weeks to see a doctor.
A care home in the Norfolk Broads has earned a 'good' rating by a health watchdog, two years after falling into special measures.
Patients are being "frightened" off making dentist appointments due to a "belligerent" approach to fining those who wrongly claim exemption from charges, according to industry leaders.
Suicide is on the rise across Norfolk and England and a high proportion of victims are men. Reporter SOPHIE WYLLIE spoke to people affected by suicide and finds out what is being done to support people struggling with their mental health.
A care home has received an overall rating of Good in its latest Care Quality Commission (CQC) report.
A century ago the foundation stone of a hospital which has brought treatment, care, and comfort to generations of patients was laid.
A residential care home has been rated as "inadequate" by the independent body that sets and monitors standards.
Almost £10m was spent on private ambulances for 999 and non-urgent work last year as the region's ambulance service's reliance on private transport has doubled.
Carers in Norfolk are being encouraged to take advantage of grants available to improve their lives in the face of the increasing financial strains and stress of looking after a loved-one.
Residents with dementia at a north Norfolk care home were at risk of leaving the home without supervision, a report has found.
Bespoke ambulances which have been specially designed to give patients a smoother journey while improving care have started to hit the roads.
Outbreaks of measles have been detected in the east of England in the last year, it can be revealed, as it was announced that the UK has lost its measles-free status.
Norfolk interior designer Lady Denise Butler has put her six bedroom manor house The Grange up for sale after renovating it and renting it out on Airbnb.
The finishing touches are being made to a film looking at a mother's grief after her son took his own life.
Eighteen months of hard work at a coastal nursery have finally paid dividends following the grand opening of a refurbished pre-school building.
Plans to make Cromer Radiology Unit a permanent site in the town have been approved by North Norfolk District Council (NNDC).
A couple have moved out of their "forever home" because of fear of harm from electric and magnetic fields (EMFs).