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The new version will be less hot than the traditional English mustard. Photo: Nick Butcher

Colman’s is to launch a milder version of its mustard for those who find its current recipe too strong.

The christening of Princess Charlotte at Sandringham Church. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Some of the 3,000 or so packed into the park had queued through the night, hoping for a glimpse of nine-week-old Princess Charlotte and Prince George.

Fire crews have attended the scene near Wreningham. Photo: James Bass

Fire crews are on the scene of a car which has got stuck in a ditch after a crash.

A man has been arrested in Caister. Photo: Steve Adams

A man has been arrested after reports that someone was seen with a knife in Caister.

The fire was in an area of bush land. Photo: Submitted

A blaze in an area of scrubland has been put out by firefighters.

The new report is by a team of UEA scientists. Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Scientists at the University of East Anglia have said that crushing hundreds of bees at a time and taking DNA samples may be the only way to save the pollinators.

Sprowston town councillors outside the Diamond Centre next to one of the town's two new defibrillators. Photo: George Ryan

Two new life-saving defibrillators have been installed in Sprowston.

The annual Pink Lady Tractor Road Run.

A convoy of distinctive looking tractors has drawn admiring and curious glances across south Norfolk today as they trundled their way across the district for a good cause in the rain.

The South Norfolk Council Show in Long Stratton.
 Zumba dancing

Hundreds of people did not let the rain dampen their spirits today as they attended the annual South Norfolk on Show event in Long Stratton.

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Crime

Craig Le Picq pictured a few months ago in the boat that was damaged with his sons Zach and Kyle Picture: James Bass

A boat owner has spoken out after his vintage craft was damaged by would-be joyriders on Great Yarmouth’s historic Waterways.

Health

Michael Scott, new chief executive of Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust . Photo: Steve Adams

A previously secret report on staff views within the region’s mental health trust this week lifted the lid on a catalogue of problems affecting staff and patients. This included crippling caseloads, scores of cases going dangerously unallocated and a feeling of chaos. So what’s being done about the problems? Investigations editor David Powles spoke to Michael Scott, chief executive of Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust. Here is the full transcript of that interview.

Business

Carly Stroud has cut the ribbon on her new business venture - The Tulip Room.

Picture: James Bass

Going to work is a pleasure for busy mum-of-three Carly Stroud since she flicked the switch on a promising electronics career to open her own beauty and holistic therapy business.

Education

Artist Carolyn Ash, right, repairs GoGoDragon! GoGoMosaic at Tombland with help from Charlotte Disney, business development and marketing manager for Leathes Prior Solicitors, after two spoons and a fork were removed from its head. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

One of Norwich’s GoGoDragons! has been repaired and is once again standing proud in Tombland.

Politics

Richard Bacon MP.

Norfolk MP Richard Bacon has said he remains sceptical about launching air strikes on Islamic State (IS) in Syria in the wake of the Tunisia beach terror attack.

Environment

The new report is by a team of UEA scientists. Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Scientists at the University of East Anglia have said that crushing hundreds of bees at a time and taking DNA samples may be the only way to save the pollinators.

Tech

The new report is by a team of UEA scientists. Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Scientists at the University of East Anglia have said that crushing hundreds of bees at a time and taking DNA samples may be the only way to save the pollinators.

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