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Hilary Cox discusses her planned Cromer Chalk Reef dive with marine conservation volunteer Rob Spray. Picture; RICHARD BATSON

Photo gallery: The stunning underwater world of the Cromer Chalk Reef which a local councillor could see on fact-finding dive

Have-a-go councillor Hilary Cox is preparing to dive into the waters off her seaside home town, to witness a wonder of nature beneath the waves.

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Roger Atterwill in the burial ground at Swanton Morley, which was invaded by fox hounds at the weekend during a hunt. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Hunt apologises after hounds “run amok” in Norfolk village

A Norfolk hunt has come under fire after its hounds were said to have got out of control and “run amok” across a village burial ground, urinated in people’s gardens and “terrorised” their pets and poultry.

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Plan of proposed Aldi in Dereham on former Cemex site

Opinion split over Aldi plan for Dereham

Opinion is divided over new plans for the former Cemex site in Dereham which could now see an Aldi supermarket instead of a hotel taking a plot alongside the planned McDonald’s and Marston’s pub.

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Autumn Marrison, front with fellow sixth Form students from Open Academy adding their message and painted boot print to the huge March on Cancer banner that will be displayed at the event on October 11th.  Photo: Steve Adams

Norwich students sign up to support march on cancer fundraiser

Dozens of students have signed a pledge to help beat cancer by lending their support to an inaugural charity walk.

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The damaged section of the west seawall, Sheringham, in the aftermath of the December storm surge. Picture: SUBMITTED

Sheringham’s storm-battered sea defences set for £800,000 boost

Sheringham’s battered Victorian sea defences are set to be bolstered by more than £800,000 of improvements after last December’s storm surge.

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Businesses need to win public trust or risk being ignored, CBI warns

The business community needs to restore its reputation and do more to gain public trust or risk being ignored on key political decisions, an industry body was due to say.

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PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

What to expect from the Food Festival in Aylsham this weekend

It heralds the annual outing of the most famous breakfast in Norfolk and this year welcomes an orchestra with a difference, which will feature butternut squash bugles and carrot clarinets. STACIA BRIGGS looks forward to the Aylsham Food Festival this weekend.

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Olly Sanders pictured at his handmade food stall at Aylsham Market.
PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

What to expect from the Food Festival in Aylsham this weekend

It heralds the annual outing of the most famous breakfast in Norfolk and this year welcomes an orchestra with a difference, which will feature butternut squash bugles and carrot clarinets. STACIA BRIGGS looks forward to the Aylsham Food Festival this weekend.

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