Chris finds out how today's public sector strikes are affecting Norfolk.
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Chris looks at what the Chancellor's Autumn Statement means for the county.
Chris finds out how Norfolk managed to escape without serious flooding last night.
Chris finds out why the James Paget Hospital has failed another inspection.
Chris finds out about plans for a new Asda store in Wymondham.
Chris finds out why flasks of soup have been banned at Attleborough Junior School.
Chris finds out why teenagers in Norfolk are being shown how to be safer on the roads.
Chris finds out about plans to build around 1,200 homes in Hethersett near Norwich.
Matthew Gudgin sits in and takes a look at Norfolk's Children in Need efforts.
Matthew Gudgin sits in, and hears about a family living in a tent in Great Yarmouth.
Matthew Gudgin sits in and asks whether the smoking ban should include all vehicles.
Matthew Gudgin sits in and looks ahead to a debate on fuel prices in the House of Commons.
Matthew Gudgin sits in and looks at changes to some sheltered housing schemes in Norfolk.
Chris finds out how people in Norfolk have been involved in military conflict.
Chris finds out about new doubts over plans to build an incinerator in King's Lynn.
Chris finds out about a woman from Hellesdon who is in remission from liver cancer.
Chris finds about changes to the care for older people in the Great Yarmouth area.
Chris finds out about a mother's struggle to get her children back from their father.
Chris looks ahead to the education secretary's visit to Norfolk's rural schools today.
Chris looks ahead to the health secretary's visit to the James Paget hospital later today.
Chris reports on the recent criticism of the James Paget Hospital in Gorleston by MPs.
Chris finds out about a fatal crash on the A47 near North Burlingham this morning.