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Labour MP's Gloria De Piero and Jon Ashworth visit Lowestoft's seafront and bridge with Bob Blizzard.

Key issues highlighted as shadow ministers visit Lowestoft

Political battle lines were being drawn in the sands of seaside towns across the country this week.

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Bressingham village hall
Picture by: Sonya Duncan

Water damage forces closure of Bressingham Village Hall

A village hall has been closed temporarily to allow for urgent repairs to prevent a window collapsing.

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Louise Casey, the official in charge of troubled families

Graphic: Norfolk has a long way to go on ‘troubled’ families

Norfolk has a long way to go in
helping turn around the lives of its “troubled” families, a top Whitehall official has said after the county was left off a list of high-performing authorities where a pioneering initiative is being extended.

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Banham Zoo marketing chief Martin Dupee for the Larking Gowen/EDP Business Tourism Survey.

Warning that businesses could close if changes made to school holidays

East Anglian tourism bosses have warned that businesses could close if a law to allow schools to axe the long summer holiday is given the green light.

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RAF Coltishall. Photo: Mike Page

Future of former airbase at Coltishall up in the air

It cost Norfolk county council £4m to buy the former RAF Coltishall airbase - but some fear the jobs and economic boost promised may never be delivered.

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Do we want to relax in retirement? A new survery suggests we don't and more of us are working beyond 65.

Are you working beyond 65? An increasing number of people are

An increasing number of people are working beyond state pension age as they take a gradual approach to retirement, according to a new report.

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