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The cushion cover that was stolen from Hautbois Hall.

Update: Stolen cushion covers returned to Hautbois Hall after threat to reveal thieves on Facebook

Soft furnishings taken from an historic retreat during a community Christmas craft fair have been returned after the hall owners threatened to reveal the culprits on Facebook.

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A Royal Mail sorting Office  Photo: Dave Thompson/PA Wire

“Cherry picking” competitors threaten future of the universal postal service, Royal Mail boss says

The head of the Royal Mail has issued a stark warning that “cherry picking” from competitors threatens the future of the universal service, under which letters are posted anywhere in the country for the same price.

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Katie Boofer was robbed on Saturday November 22nd shortly before 1.10am, as she walked along Hardings Way heading towards Friars Fleet. Picture: Ian Burt

Woman who was robbed in King’s Lynn speaks of her terror

A 27-year-old woman has spoken of her terror after she was robbed whilst on her way home.

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Dale Gedge, a paramedic with the EEAST is heading to Sierra Leone to join the ebola fight.

Norwich paramedic heads to Africa to fight ebola

A Norfolk paramedic has spoken of his hopes and fears as he prepares to join the fight against the ebola epidemic in west Africa.

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Benjamin Britten high School headteacher  Andrew Hine.

Fears raised after third out of four secondary schools in Lowestoft is put in special measures

Fears have been raised about a “really serious problem of low educational standards in Lowestoft” as a third secondary school out of four in the town is today put into special measures.

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Bacton gas terminal from the air. Picture; MIKE PAGE

Talks to protect Bacton Gas Terminal Complex on north Norfolk coast from erosion

High-level talks are under way to protect one of Britain’s main gas terminals on the Norfolk coast from cliff erosion.

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First World War Memorial

Duchess of Cambridge launches EACH appeal

The Duchess of Cambridge at the Norfolk Showground to launch the East Anglia's Children's Hospices the nook appeal. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

My princess touched the heart of Kate, Duchess of Cambridge

It was a meeting so moving that it left the Duchess of Cambridge unable to hold back her emotions.

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Irko Tchakut will be selling fresh olives from Greece at the European Food and Craft Fair

Flavours of the continent come to Norfolk market towns

From Belgian chocolates to Transylvanian glass, the flavour and feel of the continent comes to four Norfolk market towns over the next few weeks as they are transformed into bustling European market places.

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