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Anthony Ogogo and Darren Eadie take part in a shopping trolley dash at the Long Stratton Co-op for the Foodbank campaign.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Eadie and Ogogo face off in Foodbank trolley dash

Two of Norfolk’s sporting legends took to the aisles yesterday in a supermarket dash challenge to raise funds for foodbanks in their hour of need.

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Staff at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital are taking part in strike action.

Strike action at Norfolk and Suffolk hospitals

Hundreds of NHS staff in Norfolk and Suffolk are taking strike action today, but health chiefs claimed few patients would feel the effects.

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Trains between Norwich and London have been disrupted because of a broken-down train in Essex.

Broken-down train causes delays and cancellations on services between Norwich and London

Train passengers in Norfolk are facing disruption again this morning, after a broken-down freight train caused delays and cancellations.

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Reaction about what Aviva’s potential merger with Friends Life could mean for Norwich

News of Aviva’s potential merger with Friends Life has cast the insurers’ long-standing and important presence in Norwich into the spotlight.

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The Puppet Theatre in Norwich.

GoGoDragons! are set to celebrate historic buildings in Norwich

The legends of dragons are part of Norwich’s heritage, and next year some of these mythological beasts are set to shine a spotlight on seven of our fine city’s historic venues.

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David Attridge , James Denny (front left) , Lee Bennett -  of Wellington Construction Ltd, Dave Howlett, Tony Mansfield (front right) of SMS Ltd, Jon Harper – of Allman Woodcock Ltd

Specialised Management Services unveils Beacon Park expansion

An oil and gas company has revealed bold plans to build a new £3m premises and create 50 jobs.

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

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Marianne Buist is preparing to take part in the Norfolk Half Marathon in aid of HeadSmart, supported by Joyce and Colin Bell, whose daughter died of a brain tumour. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Couple’s efforts to raise awarness of brain tumours after daughter’s tragic death

A couple whose daughter died of an undiagnosed brain tumour in July 2006 are using their experience to help raise awareness of brain tumours to prevent other parents going through the same loss.

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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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