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Luke Powell

A tradesman is refusing to remove scaffolding from a newly-redeveloped city centre apartment block in a dispute over pay.

Eight vehicles - including an Audi RS4 and a BMW - have been broken into at a Norwich car park.

A Norwich supermarket owner was told work to reconnect his electricity would not be allowed as it could impact Anglia Square’s redevelopment.

The Royal British Legion’s (RBL) county parade marshal for Norfolk has been presented with one of the charity’s highest awards.

The owner of a Norwich supermarket which has been without electricity for five months says he is losing £15,000 every week.

A Salhouse coffee shop which was at the centre of a bitter village rivalry with a neighbouring cafe could be turned into a home.

Firefighters are tackling a blaze covering 40 acres of field in Binham.

Liberal Democrat and Labour councillors are calling for controversial DIY waste charges in Norfolk to be scrapped.

Emergency services have had to deal with several large field fires across Norfolk this weekend.

A Norfolk company director says he was left feeling “numb” after being caught out in an online holiday scam.

A lengthy spell of good weather could be coming to an end next week with rain and thunder forecast for Norfolk.

Norfolk’s Alfie Hewett has won a third successive Wimbledon wheelchair doubles title.

Norfolk Constabulary has been challenged to a lip-sync battle by officers in America.

As debts rise, a record number of people are taking out court judgements to try to get their money back. But what happens when the court orders are not satisfied? Luke Powell reports.

People aged over 55 are being asked to contribute to a study about physical activity levels in retirement.

Pupils from Hall School in Old Catton took part in everything from cricket to seated volleyball for their annual sports day.

Companies in Norfolk and Suffolk have been named and shamed by HMRC for “deliberately” defaulting on thousands of pounds in tax.

Criminals are becoming “more confident” they will not be caught, Norfolk’s police union has warned.

Fly-tippers are getting away with dumping hundreds of tonnes of waste across Norfolk, with just a handful of perpetrators being caught.

There is concern that newly introduced DIY waste charges at Norfolk’s recycling centre will cause more fly-tipping in the future.

It is a pint of beer that celebrates the best of Norfolk and supports a very worthy cause.

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