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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the newborn Princess Charlotte on May 2. Photo Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

The excitement has been building for weeks and the eyes of the world will be on Norfolk tomorrow, when Princess Charlotte is christened at the Church of St Mary Magdalene in Sandringham.

Jake Kane

A heartbroken mother is urging parents to kiss their children and tell them they love them as she prepares to mark her son’s first birthday since he died in a motorbike crash.

Official opening of the new Riverside building for Waveney and Suffolk council.
Opening of the building by local MP Peter Aldous.

A new multi-million pound building to be shared by county and district council workers will help to save taxpayers money over the next decade, managers behind the project have said.

ALL ABOARD: Prom-goers alight from their party transport, an old-fashioned double-decker London bus. Picture: DAVE HUBBA ROBERTS

Many months of hard work paid off for Cromer Academy’s leavers who enjoyed a balmy summer night of fun at their school prom.

Sam Duncan has made his way to Silverstone

With being pulled over by police, reaching top speeds of just 8mph and having a flat battery it sounds like a madcap adventure in Top Gear.

Thrill seekers in the city can slide 100m for charity this weekend

Follow the latest from the Lord Mayor’s Celebration in our live blog


HOUND DOG NICKNAMED ELVIS THANKS TO HIS PERMANENT CURLED LIP. 

Picture: photo-features.co.uk

A rescue hound who suffered horrific injuries in a dogfight has been named after rock ‘n’ roll royalty - as his scars have left him with an appearance just like The King.

Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service.

Firefighters were called to deal with three beach huts on fire in Heacham last night.

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Pictured from front to back Poppy Dolphin-Betts, Jesse Howell and Finley Howell.  Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

A disabled grandmother has been left distraught after her beloved tortoises and chickens were stolen.

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

New trainees at Grant Thornton accountants, which has said its new recruitment strategy is bringing more young people from different backgrounds to the firm. Picture: submitted

GCSE results, A level grades and degree class do not matter - it doesn’t sound like the average job description of a financial profession.

Education

ALL ABOARD: Prom-goers alight from their party transport, an old-fashioned double-decker London bus. Picture: DAVE HUBBA ROBERTS

Many months of hard work paid off for Cromer Academy’s leavers who enjoyed a balmy summer night of fun at their school prom.

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


HOUND DOG NICKNAMED ELVIS THANKS TO HIS PERMANENT CURLED LIP. 

Picture: photo-features.co.uk

A rescue hound who suffered horrific injuries in a dogfight has been named after rock ‘n’ roll royalty - as his scars have left him with an appearance just like The King.

Tech

First day of the Royal Norfolk Show 2015. Proxama' s Neil Garner showing the Loka app. Photo: Steve Adams

App-savvy showgoers can have information and offers beamed straight to their mobile phone by walking past hotspots scattered throughout the showground.

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