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Two people have been arrested following the discovery of a body near King's Lynn.

Update: Area sealed off and two people arrested following the discovery of a body near King’s Lynn

An area of woodland in King’s Lynn has been sealed off and two people have been arrested following the discovery of a body.

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Broadland District councillor Stuart Clancy arrested on suspicion of fraud

A Norfolk district councillor is being investigated by police on suspicion of fraud and false accounting.

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Motorists urged to take extra care today in Norfolk’s heavy fog

Norfolk Police are urging drivers to take care on Norfolk’s roads today following the appearance of thick fog.

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A man has been taken to hospital with serious head injuries following an attack in Great Yarmouth last night.

Man taken to hospital with ‘serious head injuries’ following attack in Great Yarmouth

A man has been taken to hospital with serious head injuries, and two people have been arrested, following an attack in Great Yarmouth last night

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The children are growing up. Master George Crawley will be played by Oliver and Zac Barker, 3 years old. The young son of the late Matthew Crawley and Lady Mary. Miss Sybbie Branson will be played by Fifi Hart, 4 years old. The daughter of the late Lady Sybil and Tom Branson.  Photographer: Nick Briggs.

‘It’s been difficult keeping it secret’ - Drayton woman’s pride as twin grandsons star in Downton Abbey

When millions settle down to watch the new series of Downton Abbey on Sunday night, a Norfolk grandmother will be glowing with pride.

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The New Anglia LEP has secured funds for a range of infrastructure improvements from the Government's Local Growth Fund.
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New Anglia LEP urges region’s businesses to “shake off its modesty and welcome the world”

Norfolk and Suffolk businesses must up their game or risk losing valuable inward investment to northern cities, the region’s local enterprise partnership (LEP) will warn today.

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Feature on Cornerways Nursery, which produces many different types of tomatoes. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Tomatoes that thrive in endless summer

It’s one of the UK’s biggest tomato sources, hidden in a secret corner of the Fens under the shadow of British Sugar’s flagship beet factory. During Red Tractor Week, STACIA BRIGGS visits Cornerways, Britain’s biggest glasshouse.

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