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BBC uncovers exploitation of migrants picking vegetables for supermarkets in the Fens.
BBC Radio Norfolk
As Norfolk businesses join opposition to tolling, the Prime Minister says it's necessary.
Inquest reports into the death of three-month-old Bella Hellings in Thetford.
NHS wants to concentrate liver cancer treatment in certain key centres.
Former council leader subjected wife to decade of abuse before he killed her and himself.
Project to create major gas storage facility off the coast of North Norfolk has been axed.
Matthew meets the woman who used to be in charge of the Miss Anglia competition.
UKIP Euro MP defends Bloom over "sluts" comments at party conference.
The county council launches a public consultation over budget cuts.
From 6pm, we join World Have Your Say for a special programme from Hellesdon High School.
Norfolk County Council says contingency plans are in place to cope during the strike.
Matthew Gudgin speaks to roads minister Stephen Hammond about his visit to Norfolk today.
Bob tells Matthew about the work of the Royal Air Force Association in Norfolk.
Stephen Bett speaks out after issue raised on BBC Panorama programme earlier this week.
Officer who was suing a Thetford garage owner after tripping on kerb has withdrawn claim.
Former commander says government is creating "a part-time army."
Michael Souter denies denies 19 sexual offences against boys.
One month to sort issues encountered by many using home care service in part of Norfolk.
Skip's back for his latest monthly mardle, this time chatting to Matthew about the autumn.
Local force criticised for failing to find seriously injured man at A47 crash scene.
50 people have to leave an area of Great Yarmouth after fire broke out in a garage.
Hunstanton hovercraft called to rescue family trapped by changing tide.
One of Norfolk's highest-profile businesses announces new investment.
Man jailed for 16 years for the rape and manslaughter of a woman in a Wisbech hotel.
The local jazz legend talks to Matthew about his life and his favourite music.