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Justin Hunt has been jailed for 12 months after an affray at Tesco in Harford Bridges, Norwich: Bill Smith

“You haven’t seen the last of me” - Norwich shoplifter’s cry in dock, as he’s jailed for 12 months

A prolific shoplifter has been jailed after his latest theft descended into violence when he used a hammer to threaten shoppers at a city supermarket and to hit a store detective and off-duty police officer.

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Norfolk County Council needs is creating more than 4,000 new places in schools, but admits it does not know if government cash will cover the cost.

4,300 extra school places needed in Norfolk

Norfolk’s booming population means council bosses are planning for an extra 4,300 school places within four years - but they admit it is unclear if government money will cover the cost.

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More Norfolk 11-year-olds achieved the expected grade - but not as many as forecast

Norfolk misses three Rs target for 11-year-olds - despite more children making the grade

Efforts to improve education in Norfolk have suffered a blow after fewer 11 year olds than expected made the grade in this summer’s end-of-primary-school exams.

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A 1939 Humber car which was used as a pool car by the government.  Colin Brook-Williams who has bought the car and also dresses up as Field Marshal Montgomery, the British troop commander.  Picture: James Bass

Rare Churchill war car sold by Suffolk collector to Field Marshal Montgomery look-alike

A rare Second World War car, believed to have been used by Winston Churchill and Neville Chamberlain in their times as Prime Minister, has been sold by a Beccles collector.

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Professor Colin Cooper, a leading professor of cancer genetics.

Norfolk leading the way in prostate cancer research

Norfolk based scientists are helping to lead the fight against prostate cancer by becoming the first in the world to sequence the DNA of the disease.

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On Wells Quay are fishermen (from left) Rob Harris, Nicky King and Carl Pickering. Picture: Ian Burt

Ongoing dispute between fishermen and energy company sparks concerns over the future of north Norfolk’s fishing industry

An on-going dispute between north Norfolk fishermen and an offshore wind company could threaten the future of the district’s fishing industry, it has been warned.

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Alex Tettey has been a key figure in Norwich City's impressive response since losing to Wolves. Picture: Paul Chesterton / Focus Images

Norwich City midfielder Alex Tettey is coming to terms with life in the Championship

Norwich City’s winning surge comes as no surprise to Alex Tettey but the Norwegian international has been taken aback by the rawness of Championship combat.

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It was a record breaking weekend at Knockhill for King’s Lynn’s Carl Breeze who commemorated him 100th Ginetta GT4 SuperCup start with a dominating victory, his 62nd in the series, to establish a new bench mark.

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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

M&S set to create 50 new jobs with new Longwater store

Fifty new jobs are set to be created near Norwich as a result of the opening of a new Marks and Spencer store.

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