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Empty care home on Paul Engelhard Way, Cawston.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Owner’s pledge on Norfolk care home that has been empty for more than five years

The owner of a Norfolk care home has pledged that it will open its doors to residents by the end of the year - more than five years after it was first built.

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Eccles, Hargham and Wilby Primary school closed last Wednesday, despite a campaign by parents.

Analysis: How well do Norfolk’s small schools really perform, and how much do they really cost?

The next few years are likely to see the biggest change in the structure of Norfolk education for generations. Education correspondent Martin George analyses the numbers behind the proposals.

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Mick Gault.

We’re all behind you Mick - Norfolk cheers on shooter’s bid to become the single most decorated Commonwealth medallist of all time today

Norfolk is saying “go-go Gault” today as the Dereham sharpshooter eyes Commonwealth history after another weekend of Games glory.

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Grey seals at Blakeney Point

Did you hear about the great romance between the seal and wind turbine? New research claims technology is down to new coastal love affair

It is one of Norfolk’s most unlikely love affairs but now, according to latest research, new technology has stolen the heart of some of the county’s most famous animals.

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Ellie Fest being held at the Flying Dutchman pub in Oulton Broad.
Held in memory of Ellie Savage who died of a brain tumour in 2002 when she was just 14.

Nathan Cochrane singing.

Picture: James Bass

Hundreds enjoy three-day music festival in memory of Lowestoft teenager

More than 20 bands performed in a three-day music festival at the weekend in memory of a Lowestoft schoolgirl who died from a brain tumour at the age of 14.

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EDP Business Awards 2013. Pictured: Best Employer - Lynn Walters, left with Sam Lacey and Catherine Hodds from Circle Housing. Photo: PAGEPIX LTD

Why people are key to running a successful business

All businesses have one thing in common – people.

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Norwich manager Neil Adams and his assistant Mark Robson took on a tough challenge trying to preserve the club's Premier League status., London
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Mark Robson has no regrets over Norwich City’s failed great escape

Norwich City first team coach Mark Robson insists Neil Adams’ coaching team should have no regrets over failing to pull off a Premier League great escape.

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Peter Lambert scored 74 for Swardeston against Cambridge Granta. Picture: Bill Smith

East Anglian Premier League: Leaders Swardeston put defeat behind them

Normal service was resumed on Saturday as Swardeston cruised to an eight-wicket victory over Cambridge Granta to put their bid for another East Anglian Premier League title firmly back on track.

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The opening of the new M&S Simply Food store at the Sweet Briar Retail Park. Store manager Simon Rossiter, front centre, with, Jade Hunter, front left, customer assistant; and Sarah Barker, front right, section co-ordinator; ready to cut the ribbon with all the staff. Picture: Denise Bradley

New M&S Simply Food store officially opens its doors in Norwich

Hundreds of customers and employees turned out to the official opening of a new food store in Norwich.

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