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Claire and Simon Nicholl have been fundraising with family and friends for NICU and for the East Anglian Children’s Hospice who supported them after Harrison’'s death. Picture: Supplied

Baby Harrison’s legacy of love is helping other families face tragedy

Baby Harrison lived for just a few days – but his legacy will carry on with his parents’ inspiring dedication to raising more than £20,000 to help other families in need.

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Terry Cole was jailed for 4 years 9 months for conspiracy to supply class A drugs. Picture: Norfolk Constabulary

Drugs gang members jailed for more than 40 years

These are the faces of the gang members, who “ruined lives” by helping peddle drugs on the streets of Norwich.

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New café in Attleborough will aid those with dementia and their carers

A café to offer support to those living with dementia and their carers has been launched in Attleborough as part of a bid to become a dementia-friendly town.

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Mid-Norfolk MP George Freeman and youngsters at Chapel Road School in Attleborough, modelling jumpers bearing the school's new logo. Picture: Sonya Duncan.

Festive assembly at Attleborough school leaves a lump in the throat

It was a morning of mixed emotion in Attleborough on Friday, as a school’s Christmas assembly saw staff and students reflect on the year gone by.

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Lowestoft Town Football managers Micky Chapman and Ady Gallagher meet the students at Ormiston Denes Academy.

Inspiring treat for gifted pupils as Lowestoft Town football managers pay a visit

There was a treat in store for gifted and talented PE students at one Lowestoft high school – as joint Lowestoft Town FC managers Mick Chapman and Ady Gallagher visited.

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Oil price slump to hit East Anglia energy sector

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.

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Stunning photographs from Norfolk’s cinema archives

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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Only Norwich City’s Championship best will do against the Rams.

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Dereham Town boss Matt Henman has challenged his side to strengthen their play-off credentials when they travel to Waltham Abbey this afternoon, kick-off 3pm.

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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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