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Lisa Merry (left) with her friend Sam Warrington and the rescued kitten in Cley. Picture: SARAH WHITTLEY

Are you the owner of this adorable kitten rescued from a car engine in Cley?

A tiny kitten was rescued by firefighters after getting trapped in a car engine.

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Wensum Street, Norwich. Photo: Steve Adams

UPDATE: Man taken to hospital with abdomen wound after serious assault in Norwich

A man in his 20s was taken to hospital with a wound to his abdomen after being seriously assaulted in a Norwich alleyway yesterday afternoon.

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George Freeman, Mid Norfolk MP.

Battle for better Norfolk broadband and mobile phone coverage goes to Westminster

The fight for better broadband and mobile phone coverage across Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire will today be taken to Westminster - with a call to close the digital divide and get the region connected.

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Work has started to build a £19m care village at Three Score in Bowthorpe to  help cope with the dementia timebomb Norfolk is facing. Photo: NPS

Work on £19m ‘care village’ near Norwich, which will create 118 jobs, gets underway

Work has begun to build a £19m ‘care village’ on the edge of Norwich - to help the increasing number of people in the county who have dementia.

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A sports day was held at Heritage House in Wells - Alan Roder takes part in the event. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Competition launched to celebrate the best projects that bring schoolchildren and older people together in Norfolk

Community groups and schools that work with older people in Norfolk are being urged to a enter a new competition with a £5,000 prize fund.

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The work force leaving the Lotus factory at Hethel after the announcement of job losses. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Government exploring possible help for Norfolk Lotus workers whose jobs are at risk

The government has confirmed it is exploring whether Group Lotus workers at risk of redundancy could be given help to get back into work.

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The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital will be the venue for a gourmet pop up restaurant raising funds for the oncology ward. The Lavender House and the Assembly House chef, Richard Hughes, left, and the NNUH head chef, Jon Batchelor, right, ready to serve up to John Church. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Norfolk and Norwich Hospital’s new gourmet pop up restaurant to raise funds for oncology ward

It’s not the first place you’d think of if you were looking for high-class hospitality and fine dining but the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital is planning a very different kind of operation in its restaurant next month. STACIA BRIGGS finds out what’s popping up at the NNUH.

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The Wroxham Barns annual scone competition - Ian Russell from Wroxham Barns with the winners, (from left), Valerie Noon, Marion Skinner, Emma Mayhew, Louise Gasparro, and (front) Amelia Wicks.
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Do you have what it takes to win Wroxham Barns’ seventh annual scone competition?

The love of the great British scone will see bakers do battle in a bid to be crowned a Norfolk champion.

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