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More than 2,700 emergency 999 calls to ambulance service on ‘Black Friday’

More than 2,700 emergency 999 calls were made to the region’s ambulance trust yesterday on traditionally one of the busiest days of the year for the service.

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Norwich to London train line disruption due to signalling fault

Delays on the Norwich to London line are expected to continue until 5pm this afternoon, after a signalling fault.

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Driver arrested on suspicion of drink-driving after one-car crash at Mattishall

Police have arrested a driver on suspicion of drink-driving after a car crash in the early hours of this morning.

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Fly tipped rubbish in Great Yarmouth. It was dumped in George Street car park, Yarmouth, by Emanuel Rosario.

Hemsby lad completes training to become Royal Navy sailor

A 20-year old from Hemsby has completed his transformation from a civilian into a Royal Navy sailor during a 10-week intensive training course at HMS Raleigh in Cornwall.

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Focus on 1914 Truce among Norfolk services celebrating Christmas

It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas - especially in churches across our region as they prepare for the busiest week of the year.

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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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Norwich City defender Steven Whittaker salvaged a battling point for the Canaries after Derby’s Chris Martin threatened to haunt his old club in a 2-2 Saturday lunchtime Championship draw.

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Loan striker Ryan Crisp is expected to be fit for Dereham.

Dereham Town boss eyes charge for play-offs ahead of Waltham Abbey trip

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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