May 25 2016 Latest news:

RAF Marham

First day of the Royal Norfolk Show 2015. Bread baking in the discovery zone. 
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Royal Norfolk Show aims to boost learning opportunities for schools

This year’s Royal Norfolk Show will offer more learning opportunities amid the summer fun, in a bid to make the county’s “biggest outdoor classroom” more relevant to the National Curriculum.

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Work starts on the development of RAF Marham ready for the arrival of the Lightning II aircraft - From left, Station Commander Rich Davies and Air Commodore Harvey Smith. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Work begins in earnest as RAF Marham prepares for the Lightning II jet

While their flight crews continue to take the fight to ISIS/Daesh in the Middle East back at home, it is all change as £300m of infrastructure improvements have begun to gather pace.

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An F-15E military plane

Revealed: Broken boats, loss of livestock and damaged property, the thousands handed out in compensation for low flying military planes in East Anglia

Thousands of pounds have been paid out in compensation after low-flying military aircraft damaged property or led to the loss of livestock.

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RAF Tornado GR4. Picture: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

The Tornado arts trail needs you

There’s still time to sponsor one of the Tornado models that will be dotted around King’s Lynn’s historic centre this summer.

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RAF Tornado GR4. Picture: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

Watch RAF Marham jets destroy Islamic State bunker in Iraq - using guided bomb for the first time

In a first for the Royal Air Force, RAF Marham jets have destroyed a terrorist held bunker using a guided bomb.

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