October 1 2014 Latest news:
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A British-educated investor quit his job as chief of the world’s biggest bond business after his 10-year old-daughter gave him a note citing 22 milestones in her life he had missed.
A plan to open up the east coast to walkers has been put forward to environmental bosses - and those living on the picturesque stretch are now invited to have their say.
Rain, rain — go away. With today’s heavy showers it pays to be prepared for your summer fun not to be spoilt. Thankfully there is still plenty to do with wellies and an umbrella. SIMON PARKIN picks 25 places to head to stay dry.
A damning report looking at the quality of care at a Mildenhall care home came as no surprise to the partner of a dementia sufferer who lives there.
Go local and try your nearest craft bakery - that’s the plea to shoppers as bakeries across Norfolk join in a national campaign highlighting the quality and variety of bread, cakes and pies in the local stores.
Simon Gray, of Credo Asset Finance, says the right finance on a used car could save thousands.
Try searching our archive of new and used road tests
(e.g. Ford, Golf, Hatchback, 4x4 etc)
Here are today’s events for the Norfolk and Norwich Festival
Majestic Dunston Hall opened its doors to the EDP Wedding Show yesterday. Here we showcase the highlights from a spectacular day,
Roughly 200 people have volunteered at a beloved abbey on the River Bure as the project to restore it comes to an end.
The Old Rectory in Buckenham - once owned by a reverend who was so successful he had a pulpit installed in his garden so he could preach to the masses who would come from far and wide - is for sale for £765,000 with Savills.
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