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The great rail rip-off: ‘Bad deal’ on subsidies for East Anglian passengers

The “bad deal” received by East Anglian rail commuters has been laid bare in new statistics which show the subsidy per passenger mile on Abellio’s Anglian routes amounts to just 3% of that received in some other parts of the country’s rail network.

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Undated Norfolk Police handout photo of  Trinity Liliana Coward, 2, who has died after a fire surround fell on her in her home. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Tuesday July 8, 2014. Trinity was found with serious injuries at her house in Theobald Road, Norwich, at about 5pm on Sunday. She was taken to the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital but died shortly after arrival. See PA story ACCIDENT Toddler. Photo credit should read: Norfolk Police/PA Wire

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“I wish it that it had been me” - Norwich father admits in his daughter’s death hearing

A heartbroken father who saw his two-year-old daughter killed by a falling fireplace said he wished he could have died instead.

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A white Ford Focus that was believed to have been set on fire in Elm Road.

Man arrested in connection with string of suspected arson attacks on Thetford estate

Police have arrested a man in connection with a spate of suspected arsons on an estate in Thetford.

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City Council leader Brenda Arthur fixes the timber frame sole plates on the first council homes to be built in Norwich for over 20 years, which are being built at Pointers Field.
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Bid to build 250 council homes in Norwich within four years

A target to get 250 new council homes built in Norwich within four years is on track, according to council leaders.

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The mourning ring which has been stolen from Norwich Castle Museum.

Thefts from Norfolk’s museums - and damage to objects - revealed

Bosses at Norfolk Museums Service have defended their security record, after details of further thefts from the county’s museums were revealed.

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Norfolk marine firms hoping for bumper show

The region’s multi-million pound marine industry will be out in force at the UK’s biggest outdoor boatshow.

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Norwich City's Josh Murphy celebrates his second goal and the Canaries' third in their League Cup win over Crawley Town. 
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Josh Murphy left beaming again at another productive night on Norwich City duty

Josh Murphy has already had a lot to smile about as a Norwich City player – but Tuesday night’s efforts against Crawley were as good as it gets for the 19-year-old.

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Boss Gary Setchell angry at King’s Lynn Town’s first defeat of new Evo-Stik Premier Division season

King’s Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell was furious at the way his club’s 100pc start to the term came to an end at Stamford.

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Norwich Food and Drink Festival dates to get your teeth into

It’s the largest event of its kind in the country and it’s right here in our fine county – the Norfolk Food and Drink Festival 2014 celebrates a delicious decade this year and has a programme of events guaranteed to whet every appetite. STACIA BRIGGS reveals some of the highlights of the first half of the festival.

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