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Cameron Jerome of Norwich and Giuseppe Bellusci of Leeds United just after the Norwich player alleged the Leeds player made a racist comment during the Sky Bet Championship match at Carrow Road, Norwich
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21/10/2014

Norwich striker Cameron Jermone tweets first comments about alleged racist slur from Leeds defender Giuseppe Bellusci

Norwich striker Cameron Jermone has said he will “have my time to speak” about his allegation that he was subject of a racist slur from Leeds defender Giuseppe Bellusci during last night’s draw with Leeds.

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Train disruption as railway line is flooded at Haddiscoe

Train passengers are facing disruption this morning because the railway line at Haddiscoe has flooded.

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Waves smash against Cromer Pier and the sea defences at high tide.
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Flood hit village is on alert again after dodging storm

Villagers at Walcott breathed a sigh of relief as the tail end of Hurricane Gonazalo lashed the flood-battered seaside community - but the waves were kept back by the sea wall and wind direction.

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Kevin Knowles at his burger van on Stalham market.
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Last man standing - one remaining stallholder as Stalham Market is poised to close

Stalham Market, once a thriving attraction with 100-plus stalls, is poised to fold – having dwindled to a single burger van.

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Norfolk Citizens Advice Bureau chiefs face tough questions from volunteers past and present

Senior management at Norfolk Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) faced tough questions yesterday from volunteers past and present, two years after a merger that they say has made vital savings.

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Norwich City striker Cameron Jerome has alleged he was racially abused by Leeds Giuseppe Bellusci in Tuesday's 1-1 Championship draw. 
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Norwich City’s Cameron Jerome alleges he was racially abused by Leeds’ Giuseppe Bellusci in Championship 1-1 draw

Norwich City boss Neil Adams insisted Cameron Jerome can count on the full support of the Canaries after the striker alleged he was the subject of a racist slur from Leeds defender Giuseppe Bellusci in Tuesday night’s 1-1 Championship draw at Carrow Road.

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