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Buses in Norwich will come under the spotlight at a public meeting tonight. Photo: Steve Adams

Changes to Norwich bus routes to come under spotlight at public meeting

Controversial changes to Norwich bus routes will come under the spotlight at a public meeting tonight, as pressure mounts on transport bosses to rethink the alterations.

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Circle Housing.

Norfolk and Suffolk tenants reassured after watchdog slams landlord

A housing association which has thousands of tenants in the Eastern region has been slammed by a social housing regulator for failing to meet suitable standards.

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The Aerodrome Crescent sign in Thorpe St Andrew that is one of thirteen that are being restored by Dale Wiseman and Roger Pointer with the support of Broadland District Council, pictured with town mayor John Ward and councillor Ian Mackie. Photo: Steve Adams

Skilled pair revamp Thorpe St Andrew’s vintage road signs

First they set out to chart the history of Thorpe St Andrew’s road names, and now a garage mechanic and a painter and decorator have put their skills to good use by revamping some of the town’s vintage cast iron signs.

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Norwich Northern Distributor Road protesters. 
Photo by Simon Finlay.

Decision on £148.5m Norwich Northern Distributor Road due within three months

A decision on whether the £148.5m Norwich Northern Distributor Road can go ahead is set to be made within the next three months.

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Cycling in Norwich has been given another boost.

Extra £8.4m boost will transform cycling in Norwich

Millions more pounds is to be spent to improve 20 miles of cycle paths in and around Norwich, after the city won £8.4m of government funding to transform two more routes.

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Former Prime Minister John Major at the Aquatics Centre, London.

Flashback to 1992 when Kinnock failed to overcome Major obstacle

The General Election is May is shaping up to be one of the most exciting in recent history. In the latest of her series looking back at some of the significant elections since the second world war, political editor Annabelle Dickson looks back at the 1992 election, when against all odds the Conservatives clung onto power under John Major.

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