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Members of the public study the latest plans for the NDR. Picture: Denise Bradley

Crunch time for the £148.5m Norwich Northern Distributor Road

The future of a £148.5m Norfolk road will come under the spotlight today as a team of planning inspectors hears evidence which will help them decide whether they think the scheme should go ahead.

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Ollie Towler-Jones

‘He was perfect’ - parents pay tribute to 18-year-old who died after falling ill at Latitude music festival

Like thousands of other music fans, Ollie Towler-Jones was looking forward to seeing headliner Damon Albarn at this year’s Latitude Festival.

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Judo champion Jonathan Drane will become patron of the ADHD Foundation

Norwich judo champion named as new patron of ADHD foundation

A visually-impared judo champion who said he hated “almost every minute of school” has been appointed the patron of a charity for people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

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Great Blakenham Incinerator

Criticism of decision-making over deal to burn Norfolk’s waste in Suffolk

The decision-making behind a deal which will see a share of Norfolk’s rubbish burned in an incinerator in Suffolk has come under fire.

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Eccles, Hargham and Wilby Primary school will shut on Wednesday, despite a campaign by parents.

Norfolk school closure was a ‘stitch-up’ claims county councillor

The decision to close a rural Norfolk primary school has been blasted as “a stitch-up” by a furious county councillor.

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Norfolk farmers must forge closer ties with region’s researchers, says environment secretary Liz Truss

Environment secretary Liz Truss has issued a clarion call to Norfolk’s farming community to step forward and be counted in the fight to boost global food production.

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Latitude 2014

Weary festival goers and crew pack up the The Latitude Festival which  is over for another year.

Clothes, lilos, tents - and a wheelbarrow - the big clean-up takes place as Latitude Festival ends

As the dust settled on another year of live music and entertainment, festival goers made way for the big annual clear-up to begin at Latitude.

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Latitude supremo Melvin Benn has revealed exciting plans for the 10th birthday of the festival next year.

Latitude supremo Melvin Benn has revealed exciting plans for the 10th birthday of the festival next year.

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Latitude: Firefighters called to Henham Park to tackle camper van blaze

Firefighters from north Suffolk were called to the Latitude Festival site in Henham this morning (Monday) following reports that a camper van was ablaze.

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Latitude: The Black Keys review

Headliners The Black Keys gave their all to an adoring crowd as they closed the Obelisk stage ending the 9th Latitude Festival.

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Norwch City keeper Mark Bunn wants regular first team football. 
Picture: Simon Finlay.

Futures of Norwich City’s fringe men is not Neil Adams’ priority

Norwich City boss Neil Adams understands the frustrations of his fringe men but equipping the Canaries’ for a Championship promotion push is the only priority.

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The Aegon Summer County Cup tennis competition at Cromer. James Auckland (pictured) and Barry Fulcher for Norfolk playing against Berkshire on Monday.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Photo gallery: Norfolk make winning start to Aegon Summer County Cup at Cromer

Norfolk’s men began County Week with a 5-4 win over a strong Berkshire team at Cromer Lawn Tennis & Squash Club.

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Karen Tripp at the Around the World in 80 Dishes event at the Corn Exchange in King's Lynn. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn foodies travel the world at town’s tasty festival

The centre of King’s Lynn turned into a multicultural feast for the 10th annual Around the World in 80 Dishes event.

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