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Fred Turner from Beeston Regis.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Wheelchair-bound victim of Aylsham man convicted of fraud says he feels “abused and betrayed”

Wheelchair-bound Fred Turner said he felt “abused and betrayed” by the man he believed was looking after his best interests.

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Christopher Peacher was jailed for 27 months on two counts of fraud and one count of theft. Picture: Norfolk Constabulary

Jail for financial adviser who defrauded disabled pensioner who wrote him into his will

A debt-ridden financial adviser has been jailed after defrauding a vulnerable stroke victim who trusted him enough to make him a beneficiary of his will.

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Becki Carey who was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma pictured with her husband Grant and their daughter Emelia.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

How Hethersett mum’s little miracle helped her beat cancer

Wrapped in her loving parents’ arms, little Emelia Carey has no idea she helped her mum beat cancer.

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Aerial view of RAF Mildenhall. Picture: Mike Page

Government told it has three months to decide on military future of RAF Mildenhall

The government has been given three months to “make its mind up” over potential military use of RAF Mildenhall.

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Patrick Fisher at Redwell Brewery, Trowse. Photo : Steve Adams

Norfolk brewery fears for its future as London brewer takes it to High Court over lager name

A threatened brewery today launches an appeal for help, as a “hellish” legal battle heads for the High Court.

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The James Paget Hospital in Gorleston. Picture: Angela Sharpe

Improvements sought after latest board meeting at the James Paget Hospital in Gorleston

An increased demand for A&E services, a year-on-year rise in ambulance arrivals and challenges surrounding recruitment of staff were just some of the topics under discussion at the James Paget University Hospital’s latest board meeting.

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Obituaries See all

Cat loving post lady Avril Harris who has died aged 62

Tributes paid to cat-loving Dereham post lady Avril Harris

She was a friend to all as she delivered letters and parcels on her Dereham round, but now a whole community, including its four-legged members, is mourning the death of its favourite post lady.

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Fred Turner from Beeston Regis.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Wheelchair-bound victim of Aylsham man convicted of fraud says he feels “abused and betrayed”

Wheelchair-bound Fred Turner said he felt “abused and betrayed” by the man he believed was looking after his best interests.

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Politics See all

UKIP fishing spokesman Ray Finch talking about the importance of the fishing industry in Lowestoft.

Coastal politicians fish for votes ahead of May’s election – in every sense of the word

As the fight for one of the key election battlegrounds hots up ahead of May’s general election, coastal politicians are fishing for votes – in every sense of the word.

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Health See all

Becki Carey who was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma pictured with her husband Grant and their daughter Emelia.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

How Hethersett mum’s little miracle helped her beat cancer

Wrapped in her loving parents’ arms, little Emelia Carey has no idea she helped her mum beat cancer.

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Education See all

Pupils at Ashwicken Primary School got the chance to try their hand at brick laying, as part of the on going building of the new school - A drawing of the new school. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Ashwicken youngsters become bricklayers, as part of their new £2.5m school building project

Youngsters wearing hard hats at a west Norfolk school have been learning how to become bricklayers, as part of a £2.5m building project.

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Lynn and West Latest See all

Paul Richards. Picture: Ian Burt

What should be done with this eyesore building in King’s Lynn?

Calls are being made for an eyesore building in the heart of King’s Lynn’s historic quarter to be brought back into use.

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