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An aerial shot of Sea Palling beach, following a major incident earlier today. Photo: Shirley James

A man in his 50s has died, and another in his 20s was resuscitated, after they got into difficulty in the water at Sea Palling.

Police believe the two suspects may have been working as part of a larger team. Picture: Ian Burt

Detectives investigating the attempted abduction of an RAF Marham officer on Wednesday said on Saturday the suspects were probably working as part of a larger team.

The River Ant at Ludham Bridge.   Picture: James Bass

A woman suffering a leg injury has been helped off a boat by coastguards.

A man was rescued from the river near Carrow Bridge

A couple have told how they and passers-by saved a middle-aged man from the river Wensum.

J&S Jewellery was launched three years ago by sisters Jenny and Sophie Laslett and is now turning over £1M a year. Photo : Steve Adams

When launching a jewellery business in late 2012, sisters Jenny and Sophie Laslett used some borrowed money and a spare room. After ordering a small batch from a manufacturer in the Far East, their only customers the first Christmas were friends and family.

Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service were at the scene of a fire yesterday causing homes to be left without TV and radio.

A fire in Norwich has left around 11,000 homes without Freeview and digital radio services.

Joy Croft is registered blind. She says changes to Norwich city centre is  making it unsafe for blind pedestrians. Photo : Steve Adams

The removal of accessible pelican crossings is turning the city centre into a no-go area for people with sight loss, a charity has warned.

Barry Spearing and Lynne Graver

A couple who got engaged on the eve of their court hearing have spoken of their relief after being cleared of all charges.

Lowestoft coastguard teams.

Coastguard crews from Lowestoft and Southwold attended a call-out last night to reports of three men seen jumping off Lowestoft South Pier.

Crime

Police believe the two suspects may have been working as part of a larger team. Picture: Ian Burt

Detectives investigating the attempted abduction of an RAF Marham officer on Wednesday said on Saturday the suspects were probably working as part of a larger team.

Health

James Thorpe was left paralysed after a freak accident on his stag do. James Thorpe and his fiancee Michaela Watson. Pictures submitted

King’s Lynn firefighter James Thorpe was left paralysed on his stag-do from what looked like a minor fall in the sea. Two months on he speaks about the freak accident and what the future holds.

Business

J&S Jewellery was launched three years ago by sisters Jenny and Sophie Laslett and is now turning over £1M a year. Photo : Steve Adams

When launching a jewellery business in late 2012, sisters Jenny and Sophie Laslett used some borrowed money and a spare room. After ordering a small batch from a manufacturer in the Far East, their only customers the first Christmas were friends and family.

Education

Des Reynolds, CEO of Engage Trust. Picture: SUBMITTED

Managers of a struggling free school for challenging pupils have been told by inspectors it is unlikely to be lifted out of special measures by next year without “further prompt action to secure better behaviour”.

Politics

Norwich South MP Clive Lewis.

Norwich South MP Clive Lewis has admitted it “hurt” him to abstain on the Parliamentary vote over Britain’s Trident nuclear weapons system, given his long-standing opposition to the weapons system.

Environment

David Carr with the heron which was shot with an airgun.

Picture: James Bass

A grey heron who wildlife experts feared would never fly again has been returned to his regular haunt at Great Yarmouth’s Waterways.

Tech

Mark Thompson at the Forum

Over the course of two weeks this autumn the city will be exploring the wonders of science in the region through theatrics, talks and exhibitions for all ages.

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