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Trowse swing bridge, which is single track, needs to become double track if rail services in and out of Norwich are to improve. Picture: Mike Page

Two-track bridge in and out of Norwich would solve city rail congestion

A fixed two-track bridge in and out of Norwich is an ideal solution to congestion at the city’s station, Network Rail’s regional boss has said.

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Targets missed as Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital has its busiest ever month for emergencies

The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (N&N) coped with a record number of emergency patients in October.

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Mark Cavendish, centre, pictured en route to the Norfolk Showground during 2012s Tour of Britain. He suffered a nasty fall in the closing stages.

Cycling stars set to pedal through Norfolk and Suffolk as Tour of Britain returns

It’s back – the Tour of Britain will return to Norfolk and Suffolk next year, bringing a multi-million pound boost to the region’s economy.

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Video: Team from Aviva in Norwich tasked to fight spread of ‘crash for cash’ scam

A team of 25 investigators based at Aviva in Norwich has been tasked to fight the spread of so-called ‘crash for cash’ scams, where bogus or deliberate accidents are used to enable fraudulent whiplash claims to be made.

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Aviva fraud team uncovers insurance scam involving Norwich homes

Fraudsters have targeted dozens of people in Norwich, using their personal details to take out bogus insurance policies.

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Increased half-year profit for Anglian Water Services

Anglian Water Services (AWS) has reported increased first half revenues and profits – despite a lower than permitted increase in bills for the current year.

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Gary Hooper salvaged a point for Norwich City in another case of what might have been against Brighton at Carrow Road last time out. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

The wheels have not come off at Norwich City insists Neil Adams

Neil Adams is adamant the wheels have not come off Norwich City’s Championship promotion push.

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Liam Walsh can boost Norfolk boxing scene with British title victory against Gary Sykes

Liam Walsh takes to the ring on Saturday night knowing that victory would provide a massive boost to an already burgeoning local boxing scene.

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Sam Steggles of Fielding Cottage and his award winning goats cheese Wensum White. Picture: Matthew Usher,

Award takes Honingham cheese producer by surprise

When Sam Steggles took a couple of packs of his new brie-style goat’s cheese to the World Cheese Awards in London he hoped for some positive feedback and constructive criticism.

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