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December 22 2014 Latest news:
A concerned member of the public called police after finding a jumper with blood on it next to a railway line.
Police have confirmed that a young man from the Norwich area has died following a road crash in Gorleston this morning.
The eldest two children of a Norfolk mother who was killed in the 2004 tsunami have made an emotional return to Thailand and been reunited with the Thai woman who helped them in the aftermath of the Boxing Day disaster.
A man in his 70s received serious head and back injuries after a road collision in West Winch.
An appeal has been made by Christmas pageant organisers to help with a vital missing element,
Plunging oil prices will have a damaging effect on the region’s energy sector, but the impact will be more keenly felt in Scotland, industry experts have warned.
TV presenter Caroline Flack has said she cannot lift her head “let alone the glitterball” the morning after the night she was crowned Strictly Come Dancing champion.
In the dark days of midwinter, what could be better than a few hours spent among the gaiety and lights of the annual Norwich Christmas fairs?
She was born when Edward VII was on the throne, Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman was prime minister and the First World War hadn’t even begun.
It may not be on too many radars, but Corton FC are no more. After a century, the Anglian Combination Division One club has been forced to lock up.
It’s a project which promises to capture Norfolk’s cinema past, while making sure the screen is a firm part of the future. ROSA MCMAHON tells more about Norfolk at the Pictures, a bold vision coming out of Cinema City.
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Norfolk’s own Caroline Flack won the Strictly Come Dancing crown after a perfect performance under pressure.
For all the chatter about how difficult life can be in the Championship – sometimes it can be worse in the torridly intangible environment of social media.
Diss returned to winning ways on Saturday to complete a most satisfactory first half of the season.
When Lisa Scothern turned the handle of the sausage maker her years of experience showed.