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Police are urging people to only call them with genuine emergencies.

Listen: ‘I’ve missed the last train, can I have a lift, officer?’ – crackdown on non-emergency 999 calls

There’s a rat in your shower, a squirrel with rabies or you’ve missed the train – who are you going to call?

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Nonita Karajevaite and Tadas Zaleskas.

Floral tributes mark spot where young couple died in bizarre incident on busy A47

Decaying flowers and burnt out candles are the only reminders of a tragedy in which a young couple died in a bizarre road incident.

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The A11 Elveden bypass

“If there’s an accident there’s going to be a fatality”: A11 “cheese cutter” barriers criticised

Motorcycle groups have raised safety concerns over the use of “cheese cutter” wire central reservation barriers on the newly dualled stretch of the A11.

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New figures have shown how increasing numbers of people are taking in lodgers, or handing over their biggest rooms to their children. Photo: Rui Vieira/PA Wire.

How people in East Anglia are looking to lodgers, while parents are giving up rooms for their children

An increasing number of householders are choosing to rent out their spare room to a lodger to supplement their income - with those who do so in East Anglia bringing in around £2,750 a year, according to a new survey.

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Kriss Dreimanis pictured during his days at the University of Lincoln where he played with the uni's American football team, the Lincoln Colonials. Picture: Lincoln Colonials

Inquest opened into death of gifted sportsman with links to Dereham and Gorleston

An inquest was today opened into the death of a gifted sportsman and accomplished musician, who was killed when his car crashed into a tree near Dereham on Sunday morning.

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Police are urging people to only call them with genuine emergencies.

Eight men bailed after dispute in Norfolk village culminates in car crash

Eight men, arrested after an incident involving two groups of people in a Norfolk village culminated in a car crash, have been bailed.

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Peter Brooks during his time as curator of Sheringham Museum.

Peter Brooks: An authority on Sheringham’s history

Former curator of Sheringham Museum Peter Brooks has died aged 86.

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Business See all

AFS celebrates opening of its new office block.
Staff and company owner Carl Honeywood are joined by Waveney Mp Peter Aldous. Picture: Mick Howes

Lowestoft firm celebrates new £130,000 office block

A Lowestoft company is looking forward to a bright future after opening a new £130,000 office building.

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Police are urging people to only call them with genuine emergencies.

Listen: ‘I’ve missed the last train, can I have a lift, officer?’ – crackdown on non-emergency 999 calls

There’s a rat in your shower, a squirrel with rabies or you’ve missed the train – who are you going to call?

Read full story »

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New figures have shown how increasing numbers of people are taking in lodgers, or handing over their biggest rooms to their children. Photo: Rui Vieira/PA Wire.

How people in East Anglia are looking to lodgers, while parents are giving up rooms for their children

An increasing number of householders are choosing to rent out their spare room to a lodger to supplement their income - with those who do so in East Anglia bringing in around £2,750 a year, according to a new survey.

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Health See all

Downham Lions have raised £2,000 to buy a defibrilator for the town which will be kept at the Castle Hotel. With the new device is Robbie Bywater. Picture: Ian Burt

Downham Market now has a life-saving defibrillator thanks to Lions club

It’s been bought for the town by the local Lions, with proceeds from fund raising events held over the past year.

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Education See all

Children and families enjoy the new Wreningham playing field. Photo: Supplied

Wreningham playing field given £20,000 boost

A play area in south Norfolk described as “old and tatty” has been given a new lease of life after a £20,000 refurbishment project.

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Nonita Karajevaite and Tadas Zaleskas.

Floral tributes mark spot where young couple died in bizarre incident on busy A47

Decaying flowers and burnt out candles are the only reminders of a tragedy in which a young couple died in a bizarre road incident.

Read full story »

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