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As Nor-Con returns to the Norfolk Showground for an eighth year of sci-fi and fantasy fun this weekend, here’s everything you need to know about the event.

A Norwich comedian has succeeded in improving conditions for disabled rail passengers after footage of her being forced to move her mobility scooter from a disabled space went viral.

One of two men who hid multi tools and lock knives in their rucksacks and later breached their bail conditions has been jailed for eight weeks.

A children’s Christmas card design competition has been launched in Norwich in aid of the Samaritans charity.

A Beccles man faces a number of charges, including obstructing police.

Fundraising foodies gathered this morning to hear who was voted by diners as the winning restaurant and chef at Lloyd Addison’ Moveable Feast, which took over the city last week and raised £27,000.

Norwich duo Let’s Eat Grandma will headline a fundraising concert on Wednesday evening in aid of an aspiring musician who was diagnosed with an aggressive form of bone cancer at the age of 18.

An unemployed Lithuanian woman who found a “housekeeper” job looking after what she believed were “rare roses” for £1,000 a month has been found guilty of producing and possessing cannabis.

The inquest into the death of a 49-year-old man who died from suspected alcohol and amphetamine misuse will take place in January.

An inquest into the death of a Norwich man who was left in a permanent vegetative state after a car crash in 2001 will take place in December.

Ed Sheeran, You Me At Six, Bring Me The Horizon and hundreds of local bands have stormed its stage but after 15 years at the heart of Norwich’s live music scene, The Brickmakers is being forced to close – due to a potentially ‘crippling’ 12 per cent rent increase.

Before performing a charity concert at St Andrew’s Hall, members of the Mozart Orchestra serenaded the GoGo Hares sculptures before they left the city’s streets.

A pub employee allegedly tried to flee the country after stealing more than £1,400 and a bottle of wine, a court has heard.

“It showcases Norwich so well – the Moveable Feast has become quite a phenomenon.”

As Olivia, Norada and White Moth - three of Norfolk’s oldest and most iconic wherry yachts - set sail on one of their last voyages for the year, three volunteers were awarded certificates for passing their crew training.

Celebrating their big birthdays together at the pub, former Second World War soldiers and brothers Alan and Philip Harrison toasted turning 200 years old together with a pint – or two.

Dozens of young people have been detained for drug crimes in Norfolk in the last two years – some as young as 12, and the majority originating from outside the county. Ben Jolley went to Chapelfield Gardens, where there have been reports of drug use, to ask people’s thoughts on county lines dealing.

“Steering vulnerable young people away from crime” has led arrests of children in Norfolk to more than halve in the last seven years.

Donning a bow tie for the special occasion, Pharaoh the llama stole the show at a Wisbech wedding over the weekend.

A Littleport man is calling for improved safety measures after a lorry crashed and overturned into his neighbour’s garden in the fourth collision on the same stretch of A10 road in six weeks.

A driver had a lucky escape after crashing their car into an electricity pole.

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