June 19 2013 Latest news:
Thursday, March 14, 2013
Norfolk Coroner William Armstrong has announced that he will be retiring from his post at the end of September.
Mr Armstrong, 67, has been involved in conducting inquests since 1986 and has been a full coroner for the past 18 years.
He said it has been an immense privilege to serve the people of Norfolk as coroner and he was very grateful for the support he had been given.
During the last few years a number of ground-breaking initiatives have been instigated in Norfolk including establishing an inquest support service, providing a new purpose designed court and appointing the first coroners chaplain in England and Wales.
The coroner has also set up an advisory and support group and established regular links with a wide network of people and organisations.
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Naturists are to be banned from a nationally-renowned Norfolk beach following complaints about anti-social behaviour committed in the area.
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