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The latest vision for St Mary's Works, Norwich

A £100m investment in Norwich which could see two former shoe factories transformed into five acres of housing, restaurants and work spaces will not be derailed because of Brexit, the man spearheading the scheme insisted today.

City Hall in Norwich. Photo: Nick Butcher.

A plea has been made for cultural and ethnic diversity in Norwich to be celebrated and racism opposed in the wake of the vote to leave the European Union.

Police are appealing for help to find Martin Hardman, from Mildenhall, who is missing.

Police are renewing appeals for help in tracing a missing 66-year-old man from Mildenhall who may now be in Norfolk.

Playing tennis at Heigham Park.  Photo: Bill Smith

Wimbledon fortnight is when tennis fever hits the nation and people reach for their racquet and dust off their backhands. Here are some of the best places in Norwich to try your hand at the game.

Lord Mayor's Celebrations 2015 procession passing through Norwich. Photo : Steve Adams

As the theatrics of the Lord Mayor’s Celebration approaches this weekend Norwich City Council will be closing off large parts of the city centre to traffic to allow for the festivities.

Norwich Prison. Photo: Steve Adams

An inmate was taken to hospital after the second fire at Norwich Prison in less than a month.

Head-cam footage from the Bolddog FMX display team in the Grand Ring at the Royal Norfolk Show. Photo: Toofast Media Group

This amazing head-cam footage from Bolddog Lings FMX Display Team, taken at the Royal Norfolk Show on Thursday, gives you a sense of what it’s like to be a stunt rider.

Sue Arnold and Hilary Cox celebrate getting funding for a new roundabout to improve road safety on the A148 at the Felbrigg Road junction. 

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Campaigners are celebrating news that work should start early next year on a roundabout at one of north Norfolk’s busiest road junctions.

A mobile speed camera van monitors traffic near Smallburgh.

Here are the locations of police mobile speed cameras in Norfolk and Suffolk today.

Crime

Police are appealing for help to find Martin Hardman, from Mildenhall, who is missing.

Police are renewing appeals for help in tracing a missing 66-year-old man from Mildenhall who may now be in Norfolk.

Health

Peter Chapman, the new permanent medical director at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

Norfolk’s biggest health trust has made its medical director a permanent appointment.

Business

File photo dated 03/07/2008 of Jay Z, as Apple is reportedly considering a potential takeover bid for Jay Z's music-streaming service Tidal.  The technology giant is exploring the idea of acquiring Tidal because of its strong ties to popular artists including Kanye West and Madonna, according to the Wall Street Journal. See PA story SHOWBIZ Tidal. Photo: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Apple is reportedly considering a potential takeover bid for Jay Z’s music-streaming service Tidal.

Education

New headteacher of North Walsham High School Neil Powell.

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

The new head teacher of North Walsham High School has pledged action and a “forensic analysis of data” to improve GCSE grades.

Politics

Boris Johnson speaks during a press conference at St Ermin's Hotel in London, where he formally announced that he will not enter the race to succeed David Cameron in Downing Street. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Thursday June 30, 2016. See PA story POLITICS Conservatives Johnson. Photo credit should read: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

It was a day that started with promise for the former London mayor and Conservative leadership frontrunner.

Environment

The new Jubilee Garden opens in Watton - Mayor Beryl Bunning (right) opened the garden, watched by guests and volunteers. Picture: Matthew Usher.

A community’s four-year wait for a green space in its town centre has come to an end with the opening of a public garden.

Tech

Panoramic shot from the top of Prospect House. Picture Elmulgraphic

From Carrow Road to Norwich Castle, some of the city’s best known landmarks can be seen from the top of Prospect House, the home of the publishers of the Eastern Daily Press and Evening News.

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