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Sharon Loome and Helen Nauls of Mere Moments

Most popular independent retailers in Diss, Wymondham, Harleston and Loddon are named

They are essential in making market towns in south Norfolk a pleasant and worthwhile experience for visitors and residents eager to spend their money.

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The new vice chancellor of the UEA, David Richardson. Picture: Denise Bradley

Prospective students could postpone this year under Labour plans to cap fees, University of East Anglia Vice Chancellor warns

Tuition fees would be capped at £6,000 under Labour, Ed Miliband has announced, sparking concerns some students will stay away from university this year to avoid the current £9,000 cap.

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Some of Cromer's town council-run street lights will be switched off soon. Picture: ARCHANT ARCHIVE

Cromer councillor says townsfolk will ‘get used to’ street lights switch-off

Streets across Cromer are set to be plunged into late-night darkness under a council switch-off.

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Chris Walch is warning town centre traders after he received a reminder for the BID levy. Picture: James Bass

Great Yarmouth trader’s warning after bill for ‘tourism tax’ sent out in error

A Great Yarmouth businessman is warning fellow traders not to pay out for the controversial “tourism tax” after a bill landed on his doorstep in error.

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Norwich City Council paid out more than £50,000 in compensation last year after trips and falls in the city.

Trips and falls in Norwich lead to £50,000 compensation bill for the council

More than £50,000 in compensation was paid out to nine pedestrians who tripped over while walking around Norwich last year, new figures have revealed.

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File photo dated 16/02/15 of Labour leader Ed Miliband. Photo: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

Poll: Should student tuition fees be cut?

Labour Party leader Ed Miliband will claim the tuition fees system is on course to saddle the country with £281 billion of debt by 2030 as he accuses the Coalition of betraying a generation.

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