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September 23 2014 Latest news:
Police are currently conducting searches at a property in Costessey in connection with an ongoing investigation.
A “truly courageous” woman who has devoted her life to road safety after a life altering crash of her own, has been rewarded by the Prime Minister for her work.
A popular NHS walk-in centre has moved a step closer to leaving a Norwich shopping centre after a planning application was submitted to relocate to an office block.
More than £8m of public money has been used to pay off departing council staff in our region, partly to help end disputes and ensure former workers do not take legal action.
Police in Norwich have vowed to keep up the pressure on people involved in illegal drug activity in the city.
A construction materials firm is showing how industry can help wildlife with a pioneering project at its Norfolk quarry.
Poet Hannah Walker and writer Chris Thorpe explore the impact on our lives of mobile phones in I Wish I was Lonely, the latest stage production of To Kill A Mockingbird revisits the book in a new and original way, folk legends Martin Carthy and Dave Swarbrick return, Ruth Madoc and Ian Lavender star in a tender one-act play and violinist Tasmin Little opens Fressingfield Music Festival. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this week.
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This weekend, millions of people are expected to tune in and watch the new series of television favourite Downton Abbey.
What do you think of Norwich City’s performance against Birmingham City? Let us know by rating the players out of 10 at www.pinkun.com/rate-the-players
The sounds of 1940s Britain filled a coastal town which went back in time for a popular living history extravaganza.
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It’s not the first place you’d think of if you were looking for high-class hospitality and fine dining but the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital is planning a very different kind of operation in its restaurant next month. STACIA BRIGGS finds out what’s popping up at the NNUH.
Ed Balls has admitted a tackle which left an an opponent with a cut eye during the annual football match between Labour and journalists looked “awful”.
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The town’s annual duck race attracted hundreds of onlookers, who lined the banks of the Waterways to watch the bright yellow competitiors float down the meandering course and over the finishing line.
Manager Neil Adams is all too aware that taking cup competitions seriously has been a fiercely debated topic amongst Norwich City fans in recent seasons.
A patched-up Stars outfit lost control of their play-off destiny with a disjointed display in Manchester tonight.
The love of the great British scone will see bakers do battle in a bid to be crowned a Norfolk champion.