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Dr Tim Pestell with the Bronze Age dirk (large dagger) which was ceremonially bent when it was made. It's  the only other British example (which was also found in Norfolk) is in the British Museum. Photo : Steve Adams

Archaeologists hail ‘incredible’ Norfolk Bronze Age discovery

An ‘amazing’ Bronze Age discovery has been revealed

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Fire damage to a flat at the rear of the Bayfields Hotel and Bar on the High Street in Lowestoft.

Picture: James Bass

Update: Lowestoft pub and hotel flat fire treated as arson

Firefighters tackled a blaze at a flat of a popular pub in Lowestoft where there was a suspected gas leak.

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Heavy rain could lead to flooding of some roads in Suffolk today.

Updated: Flood alert issued for Needham Market & Ipswich

There is a risk of flooding in parts of Suffolk with heavy rain expected to continue for much of today – to be followed by a very cold night.

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How our region’s schools have fared in the Sunday Times schools tables

Norwich School and Norwich High School for Girls have both been listed in the country’s top 200 independent secondary schools.

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Works continue in Minstergate.

Changes to Thetford bus station project given go-ahead

Norfolk County Council’s planning committee has approved a number of amendments to a major new bus station project which is already in development.

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Norwich-based Aviva in advanced talks with Friends Life about a merger deal

Norwich-based Aviva is in advanced talks with Friends Life about a merger deal, it was confirmed last night.

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

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Norwich Half Marathon 2014 See all

Action from the 2013 Norwich Half Marathon which started and finished at the Norfolk Show-ground.

Preview: City of Norwich half marathon today

More than 3,000 runners will brave the rain to take part in the City of Norwich half marathon today.

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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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