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Update: Man charged with robbery after attack on pensioner in Lowestoft churchyard

A man has been charged in connection with the robbery of a pensioner in a Lowestoft churchyard.

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A view of the College of West Anglia from the south tower of King's Lynn Minster (St Margaret's Church). Picture: Ian Burt

Lecturer who swore in class and made fun of student’s facial twitch banned from teaching

A college lecturer who a disciplinary panel found had made fun of a student’s facial twitch and “squared up” to another has been banned from teaching indefinitely after it found his behaviour “involved sustained bullying which undermined some pupils”.

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Sophie O'Hara leaving Norwich Crown Court. Photo: Steve  Adams

University of East Anglia worker who stole £50,000 is jailed

An administrator at the University of East Anglia, admitted stealing more than £50,000 through bogus student claims and blew most of the cash on luxuries including foreign holidays and even splashed out on afternoon tea at the Ritz hotel, in London, a court heard.

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Six-day-old Tucker, the Miniature Shetland, standing at only 43cm tall, with his mum, Beau, who was rescued when she was pregnant, at the Redwings Horse Sanctuary at Hapton. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Photo gallery: Meet teeny Tucker – the Miniature Shetland pony born near Norwich

Meet teeny Tucker – the Miniature Shetland pony, full of bold and boisterous behaviour who stands at just 43cm tall and weighs only 10kg.

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MEP calls for protests over children’s centre cuts in Suffolk

A Euro MP has called on families to protest against the possible closure of children’s centres across Suffolk.

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Local MPs meet tourism leaders at the Theatre Royal in Norwich to hear the industry's concerns Photo: Bill Smith

Call on Norfolk MPs to fight for tourism

MPs can play a vital role in the further development of Norfolk’s £2.8bn tourism industry by leading the campaign for road and rail improvements.

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Norwich City boss Neil Adams has confirmed Ricky van Wolfswinkel is in talks with St Etienne. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City boss Neil Adams confirms ball is now in Ricky van Wolfswinkel’s court over proposed St Etienne loan move

Nrowich City boss Neil Adams insists he would welcome Ricky van Wolfswinkel back into his squad if the Dutch international rejects a loan move to French Ligue One club St Etienne.

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Lowestoft Town ready to risk keeper Jones during friendly at King’s Lynn Town

Lowestoft Town director of football Craig Fleming admits he may be forced to sign another goalkeeper if Ashlee Jones fails to shrug off a shoulder injury.

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Scenes from the first King StrEAT event in Great Yarmouth. Picture: Kilbrannan Guest House

Great Yarmouth’s first street eat event serves up success

Hungry residents and peckish visitors feasted on dishes from across the globe during an alfresco evening of food, music and fun in Great Yarmouth.

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