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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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Norfolk must be first in queue to benefit from government’s ‘landmark’ mobile phone deal, say community leaders

East Anglia must be at the front of the queue to benefit from a “landmark deal” struck by the government to improve mobile phone coverage, community leaders have demanded.

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Lings of Lowestoft receives the outstanding achievement award at Car Dealer Magazine’s used car awards. Left to right, David Hawksworth, from award sponsor Sun Motors, Lings managing director Chris Jary, Lings director Paul Barkshire with the award and TV presenter Mike Brewer.

Lings wins top honour for its outstanding flooding fightback

Lings of Lowestoft has taken a top honour at one of the motor industry’s most prestigious award nights.

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Repairs to Cromer promenade progress after the tidal flood in December 2013.
PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

Coastal communities that dug in to recover from surge devastation

A year ago, the county was surveying the damage from the worst floods to hit the region for more than 60 years. The recovery operation started immediately - and for some, it is still ongoing. STACIA BRIGGS visits some of the worst affected areas

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An aerial picture of the coastline at Salthouse before the tidal surge struck. Picture: Dr Tony Dolphin, Cefas.

Studying the impact of last year’s tidal surge is vital for the future

One year on from the biggest UK storm surge for 60 years, new aerial photos have revealed details of breaches to the natural and man-made coastal defences on part of the East Anglian coastline.

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Floods of 53

 

Floods of 53

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