Chris finds out why the recent spell of good weather is helping Norfolk's tourism.
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Chris looks at an apology from the NHS after problems at Downham Market Health Centre.
Chris finds out why the leader of Norfolk County Council rode some buses blindfolded.
Nicky Price sits in and looks at a warning issued to Gorleston's James Paget Hospital.
Chris finds out about a campaign for fairer bus fares by Norfolk County Council.
Chris catches up with people who never received solar panels from the Energy Saving Group.
Chris hears reaction to the decision to reject plans for a substation at Little Dunham.
Chris finds out what the future might hold for derelict buildings in Norwich.
Chris finds out the latest from Dale Farm in Essex, after travellers win an injunction.
Chris brings you latest from Dale Farm, as police are drafted in to evict travellers.
Chris finds out about poor parking outside Bignold Primary School in Norwich.
Chris looks at domestic abuse in Norfolk, as a women's refuge seeks to raise more money.
Chris finds out about safety concerns on the roads outside Cliff Park High School.
Chris finds out that the public are taking risks when using a level crossing in Lingwood.
Chris finds out how restorative justice has helped improve behaviour in a Norfolk school.
Chris reflects on Norfolk's reaction to 9/11 ahead of the 10th anniversary of the attacks.
Chris finds out why Great Ryburgh near Fakenham is at the centre of a planning debate.
Chris talks to North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb about abortion changes being debated today.
Chris finds out about a Norfolk woman who has 'do not resuscitate' tattooed on her chest.
Chris launches our Safe To School campaign to help keep Norfolk's children safer.
Chris finds out why Jim Davidson is no longer welcome at Norwich Theatre Royal.
The problem of sex slavery, as a man is jailed for keeping a woman prisoner near Yarmouth.