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Norfolk police release photo of couple who died in macabre A47 incident and hope CCTV garden centre images will jog memories

Police have released a photo of the couple who died in a macabre incident on the A47 near Kings Lynn that has left detectives struggling for clues.

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File photo dated 21/4/2009 of  a 50mph speed limit sign. The AA has welcomed a Government decision to raise the speed limit for lorries on rural roads from 40mph to 50mph. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday July 24, 2014. The Government is also consulting on increasing the speed limit for lorries on dual carriageways from 50mph to 60mph. See PA story TRANSPORT Lorries. Photo credit should read: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

What do you think? Speed limits increased for lorries driving on rural roads

The AA has welcomed a Government decision to raise the speed limit for lorries on rural roads from 40mph to 50mph.

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Emergency services at the scene of a coach crash on the A10 near Hilgay - A coach turns up to take children away from the area. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Police vow to find out why coach full of children veered off the a10 into ditch

Police have vowed to find out why a coach full of children veered off the A10 into a ditch.

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George Freeman, Minister for Life Sciences, unveils the plaque to open the new Centrum Building at the Norwich Research Park. Picture: Denise Bradley

Video: New £11.5m building at Norwich Research Park could help rural renaissance in Norfolk, minister says

A £11.5m hub to bring businesses together with top scientists could herald the dawn of 21st century rural renaissance for Norfolk, the new life sciences minister has said.

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Arnth Engel who runs his micro brewery: Opa Hays Brewery.
He has made a special strong ale called 1914 to commemorate the outbreak of the First World War.

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Commemorative ale created by south Norfolk micro-brewery blends hops from countries involved in First World War

As the nation marks the centenary of the start of the First World War, the owner of a south Norfolk micro-brewery has created his own commemorative ale using 12 different hops from nations involved in the conflict.

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Tour De France helps boost Britvic’s results

Britvic has mounted a sparkling performance in last the quarter after a sponsorship deal linked to the Tour De France helped drive revenue growth.

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Join Norwich City writer Paddy Davitt for the Norwich City debate from 1pm today.

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Furious King’s Lynn top gun Niels-Kristian Iversen says referee Dave Robinson “robbed” his side of victory at Poole after he was controversially excluded from a last-heat decider as Pirates pipped Stars 48-42 in Dorset.

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The opening of the new M&S Simply Food store at the Sweet Briar Retail Park. Store manager Simon Rossiter, front centre, with, Jade Hunter, front left, customer assistant; and Sarah Barker, front right, section co-ordinator; ready to cut the ribbon with all the staff. Picture: Denise Bradley

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