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A popular fish and chip shop is to give out free fish and chips on Christmas Day to those in need.

These images show a women brazenly letting her dog make a mess in shop doorways.

Four schools in Norfolk have been identified by the education watchdog as not securing a good Ofsted grade in more than 10 years.

A man has been taken to hospital with suspected neck and chest injuries after a car landed on its roof on a busy Norwich road.

The father of Ian Tang whose body was found in woodland near to the B1145 at Swafield, just outside North Walsham, has spoken of the family’s loss on Facebook.

A social worker who helped to start a groundbreaking Norfolk mental health centre for women has told of her concern and sadness at its planned closure.

He has been a familiar sight selling locally-grown fruit and veg on the region’s markets for more than half a century, during which his tiny stall has battled the might of the supermarkets.

Volunteers have sent festive goodwill by the truckload from Norfolk to Ukraine.

Cinema-goers in Norwich were greeted by some familiar faces at the premiere of the new Star Wars film.

Residents at a sheltered home in Hingham are frustrated that outside lighting hasn’t been replaced - ten months after it first broke.

Housing developers have asked for permission to a strip of farm land into housing.

The officer leading the investigation into a rape in Lowestoft has expressed concern that the suspect could strike again.

There was anger as a new drive to reduce the number of people sleeping rough in Norwich was agreed, with critics worried the approach could see more people arrested.

Police are investigating two attempted robberies which occurred in the Ship Gardens and St Andrew’s Street areas of Mildenhall at around 4pm this afternoon (Wednesday, December 13).

A gaping hole was left in the centre of Great Yarmouth’s tourist thoroughfare after a huge fire gutted an indoor market and bowling alley.

A King’s Lynn father accused of killing his six-month-old daughter said he would never have hurt his own child - and claimed she fell onto the floor after he went to sleep with her on lying on his chest.

A Norwich bar and restaurant is bidding to open a rooftop terrace.

The family of a passionate Norwich City fan who died after taking a cocktail of drugs have today described him as hardworking and naturally talented.

One of two men accused of being involved in an attack in Morrisons supermarket in which a 26-year-old man died claimed he acted in self-defence as he was terrified he was going to get beaten-up.

A housing developer is being accused of putting profit ahead of the community by failing to provide enough outdoor playing space with a proposed 280-home scheme in Dereham.

Greater Anglia staff are to stage a Christmas strike in their long-running dispute with bosses.

Toys and presents collected by the Aylsham and Sheringham branches of Hays Travel for their fifth annual Santa’s Sleigh Appeal have been handed over to the regional children’s charity Break.

Commuting by train as massively changed over the years, just 25 years ago steam engines were still being used to get people to work on time.

A stately home owner who removed plants, trees and shrubs from the garden of his 80-year-old tenant was entitled to do so, a court has heard.

A man had to go to hospital with a fractured jaw after being confronted by two men shouting at him on a footpath in the dark.

With Christmas just around the corner, many people are preparing to send Christmas cards and presents to friends and family all over the country, and world.

Cereal farmers must improve their ‘attitude to education’ and take more control over how their grain is traded if they want to succeed in a volatile market.

A group of Morris dancers has done its bit to help another strand of the arts - raising funds for a theatre’s community event.

Broadland residents are being reminded to check their bin collection days over Christmas and new year.

A man has called for his wallet to be returned after it went missing at Morrisons.

A care home has been rated good and taken out of special measures six months after being judged as inadequate by inspectors.

Shoppers are getting into the spirit of Christmas and splashing out on a bumper haul of alcoholic beverages.

They have been around for over 160 years but are Christmas cards on the way out?

A couple’s campaign for a simple £2.50 screening test that could have saved their baby’s life has got a major boost after being confirmed for a UK-wide pilot.

A book of condolence in memory of Ian Tang has been set up at St Nicholas Church in North Walsham.

The A47 was partially blocked this afternoon after a crash involving two cars.

Householders across Great Yarmouth are being reminded to make sure they carry out the right checks before handing waste to doorstep waste collectors – after one resident was left with a court bill of £720.

An 80-year-old’s garden was left looking like a “bomb site” after the owner of a Norfolk stately home allegedly destroyed trees, shrubs and plants to the value of more than £3,500, a court heard.

The mother of a victim of paedophile hospital doctor Myles Bradbury says her son has been left “suicidal” following the abuse.

A white van has been stolen in Norwich after the driver left the vehicle.

The family of a teenager left in intensive care after he was attacked just yards from his home have praised hospital staff for saving his life.

Detectives investigating a rape in Lowestoft have released an E-fit image of a man they want to speak to in connection with the attack.

Generous carol singers helped raise money and donated food for bereaved children and the homeless.

More than 350 people have been arrested in the last year thanks to Norfolk Constabulary’s campaign targeting drug dealing in the county.

A Jaguar XF was stolen from a Norfolk village in a night-time burglary.

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