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“Get on your bike” Tory now wants out-of-work youngsters to pull ragwort in Suffolk and Norfolk

The “impossible task” for Norfolk and Suffolk landowners of dealing with ragwort could be tackled by low level criminals and out-of-work youngsters, a former cabinet minister has claimed.

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Karl Plant of Loddon who was killed in a collision on the A146 near Thurton.

Motorist tells of split second moment fatal crash occurred on A146 near Thurton

A motorist has described the “split second” the driver killed in a crash on the A146 “just appeared” in his lane on two wheels before the collision which resulted in the car flipping on its roof.

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Steven Adderson who died from a bee sting with his beloved Land Rover. Picture: Ian Burt

Downham Market beekeeper dies from one sting

A Norfolk beekeeper who knew he was allergic to the insects died from a single sting after refusing to quit the hobby he loved.

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St Crispins House has been put up for sale. Picture: Mike page

Major Norwich office block may be partly converted into flats

A five-storey Norwich office block could be partly converted into luxury penthouses and flats.

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North Earlham fire station in Ivy Road. Photo: Bill Smith

Concerns raised over ‘closed’ Norwich fire station

Concerns have been raised that a Norwich fire station has been “effectively closed” on a string of occasions - because staffing shortages forced its crew to be switched to other parts of the county.

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Leave school holidays alone, say Norfolk’s tourism businesses

Businesses involved in East Anglia’s £4.2bn tourism industry have sent a clear message to government to think again over legislation that could lead to the schools’ summer holiday being cut from six to four weeks.

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Norwich manager Neil Adams remains convinced his side is on the right track.  Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City boss Neil Adams is not for turning

Neil Adams is not for turning in his bid to get Norwich City back to winning ways in the Championship.

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Australia and India beckon as Norfolk starlet Callum Taylor aims for the top

With the prospect of training in India and a tour of Australia fast approaching, Norfolk batsman Callum Taylor would appear to have the cricket world at his feet.

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LIVE UK magazine presented Norwich Arts Centre music programmers Rosie Arnold and Ian Carrell with the trophy for Best Venue Team Work – Arts Centre at The Live Music Business Awards in London.

Norwich Arts Centre scoops national award

Norwich Arts Centre is celebrating after scooping a national award.

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