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The remains of Silvergate Cottages near Blickling Hall which was devastated by fire. 

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Tenants living in a row of terraced cottages which have been destroyed by fire have told of the devastation of seeing their whole lives go up in smoke.

Collision in Cromer

Police are currently on scene in Cromer after a collision involving three cars on the corner of Beach Road and Central Road.

A police officer standing outside the swimming pool at the Waveney River Centre. Picture: James Bass

The tragic death of a seven-year-old girl after she was pulled unconscious from a swimming pool on Sunday has been described as “devastating”.

Prince of Wales Road at night. Picture: Denise Bradley

The pressures of tackling anti-social behaviour in Norwich’s clubland have today been put in the spotlight after a man was arrested for kicking and spitting at a policewoman.

Planners have agreed six new homes can be built on Walsingham Road, in Burnham Thorpe - a stone's throw from the idyllic village church.

Six new houses have been approved for the coastal hamlet where Nelson was born - despite opposition from villagers, who fear most of the properties will become second homes.

A BMW X1

Hundreds of thousands of pounds were spent on luxury cars for managers by the East of England Ambulance Service Trust (EEAST) in the past year, it has emerged.

David White at County Hall.
PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY

More than £30m has been handed out in pay-offs to staff at Norfolk County Council in the past five years, an investigation into public sector finances has found.

St Andrews Car Park, Norwich. Photo: Steve Adams

A city centre car park where £1.1m of repair work was needed will finally be completely re-opened later this month.

Crime

Prince of Wales Road at night. Picture: Denise Bradley

The pressures of tackling anti-social behaviour in Norwich’s clubland have today been put in the spotlight after a man was arrested for kicking and spitting at a policewoman.

Health

A BMW X1

Hundreds of thousands of pounds were spent on luxury cars for managers by the East of England Ambulance Service Trust (EEAST) in the past year, it has emerged.

Business

Philip Seach has opened a new coffee and tea shop in Cromer called Henry's Coffee and Tea Store. 

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

There is a caffeine-fuelled buzz about a formerly forlorn building which has a new lease of life as a Cromer café.

Education

North Norfolk District Council chairman Annie Claussen-Reynolds and North Norfolk District Council leader Tom FitzPatrick presenting certificates to children of Northrepps primary  School who have completed the Pillbox Trial along the Norfolk Coast.

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

When children go home to tell mum and dad what they did at school few can claim to have been tracking down First World War fortifications.

Politics

UKIP Leader Nigel Farage with his winnings  at Great Yarmouth races in 2012 
Picture: James Bass

Nigel Farage has likened predicting the upcoming local election result in Great Yarmouth to playing pin the tail on a donkey.

Environment

Architects' image of what the proposed Generation Park in Norwich would look like.

The developers behind the controversial £370m energy park on the edge of Norwich city centre are hoping the project will secure planning permission this summer.

Tech

NAS member and artist Mike Doddington with doctor Matt Taylor

Norwich Astronomical Society hosted European Space Agency Scientist and Astrophysicist Dr. Matt Taylor on Friday.

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