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Vessel master fined after smashing into Sheringham Shoal wind farm turbine and injuring passengers

The master of a vessel has been ordered to pay £3,000 after smashing into an off-shore wind turbine in the dark off Sheringham, injuring his passengers and badly damaging the boat.

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Armed police were called to a report of a man with a firearm in Norwich. Picture: Ian Burt

Armed officers called after report of man with firearm in Norwich

Armed officers and the police helicopter were called to part of the city tonight after a report of a man with what was believed to be a firearm.

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The home in Shorncliffe Avenue, Mile Cross, which which was sealed off after the body of a woman in her 30s was discovered Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Norwich woman died ‘as a result of hanging’

Police have confirmed the death of a woman in Norwich yesterday is not being treated as suspicious.

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The Walther PPK hand gun dating from 1941, which was discovered during a police search of Jonatha Farmer’s home on January 10  this year

German gun at the centre of former mayor’s conviction for firearms offence could be on display in Fenland museum

A former Wisbech mayor given a suspended prison sentence for owning a Walther PPK hand gun that once belonged to a German soldier is hopeful the weapon can go on show in his local museum.

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Police want to speak to this woman in connection with fraud in Norwich city centre shops. Picture: Norfolk Constabulary.

Do you know this woman? Police release CCTV images after cloned debit card used in Norwich shops

Police have released two CCTV images of a woman they want to speak to after a cloned debit card and a fake utility bill were used to commit fraud in Norwich city centre shops.

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Norwich firm Naked Wines toasts its new ‘angels’

An award-winning online wine retailer has become so successful it has had to start a waiting list for new customers or angels.

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Cuisine from all over the world set to hit Norwich when the Feast on the Street returns

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The Feast on the Street. Part of the EDP Norfolk Adnams Food and Drink Festival. Picture: Denise Bradley

Cuisine from all over the world set to hit Norwich when the Feast on the Street returns

It’s been a delicious year for Norfolk’s street food collective, Feast on the Street. Stacia Briggs finds out what’s cooking at Feast on the Street in Norwich city centre on Thursday and Friday.

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