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January 29 2015 Latest news:
The owner of a King’s Lynn restaurant who was hit with a bill totalling £4,200 after he allowed people to sleep at the premises, despite a ban, said today he was “sorry”.
The A11 has re-opened in both directions between Snetterton and the A1075 following an earlier closure, but delays remain.
Snow fell across the region this afternoon as predicted bad weather hit the area.
A west Norfolk hospital that was placed in special measures 18 months ago is making progress and patients should be encouraged by the commitment of its staff and management, health secretary Jeremy Hunt said today.
A Stowbridge mother who was caught drink-driving whilst her 12-year-old daughter in the car has avoided a jail sentence.
A Norwich technology company has cut 12 jobs from its city workforce after buying a rival business at the end of last year.
The Manipulate Festival returns with world class visual theatre, innovative puppetry and animation, comedy returns to the Diss Corn Hall, Manet’s paintings featuring in major exhibition, the Julian Costello Quartet and Geno Washington visit, and there is an exciting collaboration between the Eaton Concert Series and the Norfolk Composers Group. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this weekend.
Standing shoulder to shoulder in silent sorrow – this was the scene in thousands of towns and cities across Britain as the nation marked Holocaust Memorial Day.
The millions of people killed in the Nazi Holocaust and other genocides were remembered at a service in Great Yarmouth today.
Adam Drury embodied everything that was right about Norwich City. Chris Lakey looks at how City are going to replace him...
Perfectionist Robin Farrow has spent a lifetime combining his engineering skills with pride in his maritime heritage.
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Two men are in custody following the discovery of a sophisticated cannabis operation inside a million pound mansion.
Alex Neil believes Nathan Redmond is a shining light for Norwich City’s new breed.
Anthony Ogogo’s injury curse has struck again with the Lowestoft boxer forced to go under the knife for the second time in the space of four months.
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