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Train delays in first half of month amount to 18,000 minutes - in that time you could walk to London and back six times

It’s just not good enough, rail bosses have been told as it emerged passengers have endured more than 18,000 minutes of delays in the first fortnight of December.

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Go-ahead for giant solar farm on former RAF Coltishall base

Building work on what will become one of Britain’s largest solar farms will start on the former RAF Coltishall base in the new year.

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Thorpe Marriott paramedic Pete Simpson spent five weeks in the Ebola command centre in Freetown, Sierra Leone.

‘It’s so heartbreaking’ - Norfolk ambulance worker tells of volunteer mission to fight Ebola in West Africa

A Norfolk lifesaver has told of the “heartbreaking” scenes he witnessed in West Africa, after returning from a mission to fight Ebola.

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Artist Kazz Morohashi with her Meow Mansion which is on display at the Cats Protection shop in Norwich.

Norwich artist creates gingerbread home for cats to raise awareness about neutering

Decorated in fairy lights and jelly stars, and with a party ring biscuit doubling as a Christmas wreath on the front door, this elaborate gingerbread house is home sweet home to Kitty and Boots and their 65 kittens.

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Matt Davies, front centre, project officer for Norwich Fringe Project, and his dog Rosie, with volunteers who are ready to carry out improvements at Danby Wood nature reserve, due to funding from the Greater Norwich Growth Board. From left, Keith Riddler, Chris Stebbing, Stephen West, and Peter Hoult. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Norwich beauty spot to benefit from £35,000 boost

A beauty spot in Norwich is to become one of the first projects to get a boost thanks to a new “tax” on development in and around the city.

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Dr John French, CEO of the Adapt Low Carbon Group signing the memorandum of understanding paving the way for the development of a new UK-China joint venture capital fund aimed at low carbon firms looking to expand into China and East Asia.

Norwich-based Adapt brokers £100m fund to help green firms looking to expand in China

Green firms looking to expand into China could get a slice of funds totalling up to £100m following a deal struck by Norwich-based Adapt Low Carbon Group.

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Neil Adams will relish his Norwich City selection posers

Neil Adams is savouring his selection posers with Norwich City’s squad almost back to full strength ahead of Saturday’s Championship trip to Derby.

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Norwich snooker player to face Ronnie O’Sullivan in Germany

Norwich snooker player George Pragnall faces a daunting task in the qualifying rounds of the German Masters tonight when he takes on the legendary Ronnie ‘The Rocket’ O’Sullivan.

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EDP reporter Kathryn Cross learning how to make sausages, with Creake Abbey head butcher Lisa Scothern. Picture: Ian Burt

Festive food at Creake Abbey comes with a twist

When Lisa Scothern turned the handle of the sausage maker her years of experience showed.

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