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Persistent rain has been falling across Norfolk today

Heavy rain causes busy evening for emergency services across Norfolk and Suffolk

Emergency services are being called out to a catalogue of flooded roads tonight because of heavy rain.

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The Garage shows for spring 2015: I Need A Doctor: The Whosical.

Norwich arts venue The Garage announces new season of shows and events

New writing, theatre, dance and more is in store for audiences in the New Year at Norwich arts venue The Garage.

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Police appeal after rape allegations in Great Yarmouth.

Two arrested after 15 person disturbance in Thetford

Two men have been arrested after police were called to a fight in the street in Thetford last night.

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Gorleston high street Christmas lights switch on.
November 2014. 

Picture: James Bass

Photo gallery: Festive feeling at Gorleston’s Christmas lights switch on 2014

With hats, hoods and umbrellas, a big crowd headed to Gorleston High Street for this year’s Christmas lights switch on.

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Police appeal after rape allegations in Great Yarmouth.

Man charged after ABC taxi driver assaulted in Norwich

A man has been charged after a taxi driver was assaulted and had his car taken in Norwich in the early hours of this morning.

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The Sync the City event at the King's Centre. Organisers, Fiona Lettice, professor of innovation management at the Norwich Business School, UEA, and John Fagan, founder. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Entrepreneurs build businesses in 54 hours at Norwich Sync the City event

A new event in Norwich has challenged entrepreneurs to create a company in three days. Business editor Ben Woods found out how it was helping to put the city’s digital industry on the map.

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First World War Memorial East of England Co-op Foodbank Appeal

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Marianne Buist is preparing to take part in the Norfolk Half Marathon in aid of HeadSmart, supported by Joyce and Colin Bell, whose daughter died of a brain tumour. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Couple’s efforts to raise awarness of brain tumours after daughter’s tragic death

A couple whose daughter died of an undiagnosed brain tumour in July 2006 are using their experience to help raise awareness of brain tumours to prevent other parents going through the same loss.

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Irko Tchakut will be selling fresh olives from Greece at the European Food and Craft Fair

Flavours of the continent come to Norfolk market towns

From Belgian chocolates to Transylvanian glass, the flavour and feel of the continent comes to four Norfolk market towns over the next few weeks as they are transformed into bustling European market places.

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