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An artists impression of how the former Zephyr Cams site may look after redevelopment.

Vision for vacant factory site could help to enhance area

Major plans to transform a vacant factory site in south Lowestoft with a new retail and leisure development have been revealed.

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Olympic swimmer Ross Davenport with college student Murad Khan

Gorleston student Murad ‘over the moon’ with support as he faces deportation battle

A popular Afghan student who is facing deportation says he has been overwhelmed by support as he battles to stay in the UK.

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Ann Steward - prospective Conserative parliamentary candidate for North Norfolk

Ann Steward launches campaign for Conservatives in North Norfolk parliamentary seat

Conservative Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for North Norfolk, Ann Steward, will launch her campaign at Shernigham today.

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South Norfolk MP Richard Bacon

Allowing people to build their own home will help ease the housing crisis, Norfolk MP tells Commons

Making it easier for people to get land and build their own home would help ease the housing crisis facing Britain, a Conservative MP has told the Commons.

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Norfolk County Councillor Cliff Jordan, who raised concerns over the cost of a shake-up in how homecare is provided.

Shake-up in way thousands in Norfolk get homecare sparks questions over cost

A shake-up in the way up to 5,500 vulnerable people in Norfolk get homecare has moved nearer, but councillors have questioned how it will be paid for.

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Norfolk County Council elections.
The Great Yarmouth election count at the town hall.
UKIP winners, Rex Parkinson-Hare, Matthew Smith, Alan Grey and Colin Aldred.

Picture: James Bass

Former Tory and local businessman looks set to fight key Great Yarmouth seat for the UK Independence Party

A former Conservative councillor looks poised to become the UK Independence Party’s candidate in its key target seat of Great Yarmouth.

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