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Secretary of State for Education Nicky Morgan  Joe Giddens/PA Wire

Education secretary speaks out over latest Ofsted tip-off allegations

Allegations that an academy chain in charge of a raft of Norfolk schools had prior knowledge of inspections should be re-investigated amid any new evidence, education secretary Nicky Morgan has said.

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Graham Adderson is taking part in a fundraising event at Snetterton, after his son Steven died earlier his year from a bee sting. Picture: Ian Burt

Downham Market father warns about bees after his 39-year-old son dies from sting

A Norfolk beekeeper who knew he was allergic to the insects died from a single sting after refusing to quit the hobby he loved.

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Greater Anglia train on the Norwich to London service run by Abellio.  Photo: Bill Smith

Leaves on the line, signalling problems and train faults cause delays for East Anglian rail commuters

A catalogue of rail problems, including slippery tracks caused by leaves on the line, signalling problems and train faults is causing delays for passengers this morning.

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Reading by David Robb at the service of dedication to lives lost to eating disorders at Norwich Cathedral. Photo: Bill Smith

Downton Abbey star attends Norwich Cathedral service to remember lives lost to an eating disorder

Candles were lit to remember loved ones who had lost their lives to eating disorders, as part of a moving ceremony held at Norwich Cathedral yesterday.

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Nigel Williams, Norfolk County Council's chief fire officer.

Concerns raised over ‘closed’ Norwich fire station

Concerns have been raised that a Norwich fire station has been “effectively closed” on a string of occasions - because staffing shortages forced its crew to be switched to other parts of the county.

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Fight for Fakenham presentations. At the front are (from left) Barry Bishop (First Focus), Debbie Brown (The Wensum Centre), Chris Smith (EP Youth) and EDP editor Nigel Pickover. Picture: Ian Burt

Thousands donated to three charities as Let’s Fight for Fakenham campaign comes to and end

Thousands of pounds have been donated to three Fakenham charities thanks to the incredible generosity of EDP and Fakenham and Wells Times readers.

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Obit - Former North Walsham town mayor Dave Robertson.
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Obituary: Dave Robertson, former North Walsham mayor who championed the town

Former North Walsham mayor Dave Robertson was a man of many talents, forthright views and had a great sense of commitment.

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Norwich City striker Cameron Jerome has alleged he was racially abused by Leeds Giuseppe Bellusci in Tuesday's 1-1 Championship draw. 
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Update: Leeds United owner defends Giuseppe Bellusci over alleged racist slur against Norwich City’s Cameron Jerome

The owner of Leeds United has said Giuseppe Bellusci is “no racist”, as the FA launched a probe into claims he made a racist slur against a Norwich city player.

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Secretary of State for Education Nicky Morgan  Joe Giddens/PA Wire

Education secretary speaks out over latest Ofsted tip-off allegations

Allegations that an academy chain in charge of a raft of Norfolk schools had prior knowledge of inspections should be re-investigated amid any new evidence, education secretary Nicky Morgan has said.

Read full story »

Health See all

Reading by David Robb at the service of dedication to lives lost to eating disorders at Norwich Cathedral. Photo: Bill Smith

Downton Abbey star attends Norwich Cathedral service to remember lives lost to an eating disorder

Candles were lit to remember loved ones who had lost their lives to eating disorders, as part of a moving ceremony held at Norwich Cathedral yesterday.

Read full story »

Education See all

Secretary of State for Education Nicky Morgan  Joe Giddens/PA Wire

Education secretary speaks out over latest Ofsted tip-off allegations

Allegations that an academy chain in charge of a raft of Norfolk schools had prior knowledge of inspections should be re-investigated amid any new evidence, education secretary Nicky Morgan has said.

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Graham Adderson is taking part in a fundraising event at Snetterton, after his son Steven died earlier his year from a bee sting. Picture: Ian Burt

Downham Market father warns about bees after his 39-year-old son dies from sting

A Norfolk beekeeper who knew he was allergic to the insects died from a single sting after refusing to quit the hobby he loved.

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