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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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Beatrice Road in Norwich has flooded several times.

New hope for flooding communities in Norwich

Fresh hopes have been handed to Norwich communities hit badly by flooding earlier this year.

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Max Whittred, 18, whose mother was abused by her partner for years. Picture: Alexandra Bone

Thorpe Marriott man backs anti-domestic violence campaign after mother’s abuse

A Norfolk teenager has told of the horrendous abuse suffered by his mother as he backs an anti-domestic violence campaign.

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Carmel Lucas (4) has leukaemia but she still goes to ballet classes.

Picture: James Bass

“She is a true fighter” - four-year-old Hoveton girl Carmel Lucas battles back to fulfil ballerina dream after cancer diagnosis

Like many little girls, four-year-old Carmel Lucas dreamt of starring in Swan Lake and becoming a ballerina.

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Sewell Park College. Picture: Denise Bradley

Show of support for Sewell Park College and the Hewett School in Norwich after damning Ofsted reports

Communities have rallied to support two Norwich high schools which came under heavy fire in damning Ofsted reports.

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Crunch talks underway at Caterham to decide Norfolk firm’s future

Bosses at automotive group Caterham are locked in crunch talks to determine the fate of its business in Norfolk, the EDP understands.

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Duchess of Cambridge launches EACH appeal

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

Mustard video and photo gallery: Duchess of Cambridge greeted by ecstatic schoolchildren at Norfolk Showground

The Duchess of Cambridge was greeted by ecstatic schoolchildren as she arrived at the Norfolk Showground on Tuesday morning to launch a charity appeal.

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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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