RSPCA claims number suffering cruelty in Norfolk has gone up by more than a half.
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Phil Gormley leaving to take up a role with the National Crime Agency.
Gudgin's Guest: Matthew hears about the life and musical times of another guest.
Norfolk police say the past year has been their most successful for a long time.
How the county is reacting to the national measles worries.
Ambulance service admits to coroner that it should have got to 74-year-old woman sooner.
Godolphin's horse withdrawn due to illness, with the stable at centre of doping scandal.
The East of England Ambulance Service announces increase in personnel and vehicles.
The former boss of Great Yarmouth Borough Council picks some of his favourite music.
Medals belonging to a war veteran in Norfolk stolen while his family were at his funeral.
Nanette Aldous sits-in, with news that 41 mental health workers are losing their jobs.
More has emerged about the last hours of the mother who died in Lowestoft on Monday.
The latest developments and reaction to the deaths of a mother and her three children.
Police investigating death of a woman find bodies of three children at house in Lowestoft.
Matthew Gudgin meets the man who draws the cartoons for the Eastern Daily Press.
Five people who kicked a man to death outside a pub have been sentenced today.
Five found guilty of murder after Bank Holiday brawl led to death of Great Yarmouth man.
Norfolk Police apologise for way they investigated death of Horsford woman two years ago.
Group in charge of healthcare in West Norfolk to investigate problems at the hospital.
Reaction to Margaret Thatcher's death from Norfolk people who knew and worked with her.
Matthew Gudgin is joined by Keith Skipper to remember the days of steam trains in Norfolk.
Matthew talks to the former Lord Mayor of Norwich about his battle with Parkinsons.
Matthew chats to Naked Scientist, Dr Chris Smith.
Matthew hears the latest from the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.
£150,000 of West Norfolk tax money could be found to fight the proposed incinerator.