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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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Police and Crime Commissioner Stephen Bett. Photo: Bill Smith

Extra £250,000 to tackle drug and alcohol issues in Norfolk

Groups across Norfolk that help tackle and raise awareness of drug and alcohol issues are set to share in a £250,000 pot, after successfully bidding for funding.

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A house on Kirkley Run, Lowestoft remains cordoned off  after the body of a man was found.

Tributes paid to Lowestoft war veteran Dennis Nicholls, 89, who died in a tragedy at his home

Tributes have been paid to a Second World War Veteran who died during an incident at his home in south Lowestoft.

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Tim Child outside Norwich Magistrates Court where he is contesting his charge of driving without due care and attention at the traffic blackspot at the junction of Long John Hill and Barrett Road. Photo : Steve Adams

Driver risks criminal record over Norwich car crash in fight to make ‘accident blackspot’ safer

A motorist who crashed at a Norwich “accident blackspot” is risking a criminal conviction in a battle for new safety measures.

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The scene after a fire at a flat in Lowestoft at Bayfields Hotel and Bar in the town's historic High Street. Picture: MARK BOGGIS

Blaze tackled in flat of Lowestoft pub and hotel

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

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The Sync the City event at the King's Centre. Participants, from left, Neil Sedger, Alex Logan, and Mehmet Palabiyikoglu, at work on their idea of using drones to help during major unexpected events, such as a tsunami. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Tech City UK throws its weight behind Norwich’s technology sector

Norwich’s growing technology sector is to receive a significant boost after an industry body agreed to recognise its potential on the national stage.

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Norwichs last win came against Bolton Wanderers on October 31.	Picture: Paul chesterton/focus images

Brighton visit provides a good chance to get ‘new Norwich City era’ up and running

It doesn’t seem that long ago that Norwich City were going into a home match that was earmarked as vital.

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King's Lynn skipper David Bell has a hamstring problem. Picture: Matthew Usher.

King’s Lynn without captain David Bell for long trip to Blyth Spartans

King’s Lynn Town face one of their longest trips of the season today – and they must face it without skipper David Bell.

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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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