Chris finds out how difficult it can be to find a job in Norfolk at the moment.
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Chris asks if the Liverpool Care Pathway is the right way to treat those who are dying.
Chris finds out why more police officers were patrolling Prince of Wales Road in Norwich.
Chris finds out why more cyclists are getting killed and injured on Norfolk's roads.
We find out about the sentencing of Eleanor Coleman for causing death by careless driving.
Chris finds out how some people in Norfolk are facing fuel poverty this winter.
Chris finds out that up to 500 jobs are to be lost at Norfolk's mental health trust.
Chris finds out what the Police and Crime Commisioners will do for us once elected.
Matthew Gudgin sits in and finds out about how dementia care is provided in Norfolk.
Chris finds out about parenting lessons being offered to migrants and refugees in Norfolk.
Chris discovers that even more jobs are expected to be cut at Norwich firm Uniglaze.
Chris finds out about an argument over the rent of a property near Watton.
Chris begins a week looking at the care of older people in Norfolk.
Chris finds out that people in rural areas are at more risk of mental health problems.
Chris finds out about the Norfolk Prepared campaign to get us ready for severe weather.
Nicky Price sits in and finds out why lots of us are coming down with sickness.
Matthew Gudgin sits in and finds out how blind people cope on public transport in Norfolk.
Chris launches our campaign to make Norfolk a better place.
Chris finds out why Paul Lambert is taking Norwich City to an industrial tribunal.
Chris finds out why customer service is so important to businesses in Norfolk.
Chris finds out why local drug and alcohol charity Norcas is facing a tough future.
Chris finds out about investment in infrastructure for Great Yarmouth's outer harbour.
Chris looks at plans to make Hillington Square in King's Lynn a better place to live.