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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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Former Stody Estate gamekeeper Allen Lambert arriving at King's Lynn Magistrates for a previous hearing. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Warning graphic content: Gamekeeper found guilty of poisoning 11 birds of prey on Norfolk estate

A retired gamekeeper who had a “poisoner’s kit” in an outbuilding has been found guilty of killing 11 birds of prey on a game shooting estate in Norfolk.

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Owner Alan Waller admires Samson and Hercules in their salmon pink as an undercoat for their new pillarbox red makeover. Photo: Bill Smith

City landmarks Samson and Hercules get bright red facelift in Tombland - what do you think?

For three-and-a-half centuries their imposing forms have stood tall in the centre of the city.

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Secretary of state Eric Pickles agrees to reject wind turbine plan between Shipdham and Bradenham

It has taken 13 years, four public inquiries and divided a community but it finally looks like a wind turbine legal battle could be at an end.

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Scene of the robbery at the UEA last night. Photo: Bill Smith

Ruthless gang carried out ram raids across Norfolk

Three men, including a father and son, were part of a “professional and ruthless” gang which stole vehicles in burglaries that were involved in a series of ram raids across Norfolk, a court has heard.

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File photo dated 19/11/12 of a branch of Virgin Money, after the company announced details of its long-awaited stock market flotation today which will see £50 million returned to the taxpayer following its agreement to buy Northern Rock in 2011. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday October 2, 2014. Shares in the lender, which provides mortgages, savings and credit cards to 2.8 million customers, are expected to begin trading this month. The business is reportedly expected to be valued at up to £2 billion. See PA story CITY Virgin. Photo credit should read: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

Taxpayer gets £50m as Virgin Money plans float

Virgin Money announced details of its long-awaited stock market flotation today which will see £50 million returned to the taxpayer following its agreement to buy Northern Rock in 2011.

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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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