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This photo of Hemsby student Hannah Witheridge, 23, has been released by her family who said she was a loving young woman who

Thai murder: Hannah Witheridge’s family arrive in Thailand as police say DNA does not match

The family of Hemsby student Hannah Witheridge who was murdered in Thailand have arrived in the country, as police revealed DNA found on her body did not match any of their suspects.

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Police cordon off a house and alleyway in Frederick Road after a man was attacked.

Man suffers serious head injuries and broken bones in Great Yarmouth attack

A man has been taken to hospital with serious head injuries, and two people have been arrested, following an attack in Great Yarmouth last night.

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Two people have been arrested following the discovery of a body near King's Lynn.

Update: Area sealed off and two people arrested following the discovery of a body near King’s Lynn

An area of woodland in King’s Lynn has been sealed off and two people have been arrested following the discovery of a body.

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Stuart Clancy at Taverham nurseries.  Photo: Bill Smith

Broadland District councillor Stuart Clancy arrested on suspicion of fraud

A Norfolk district councillor is being investigated by police on suspicion of fraud and false accounting.

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Ghost of the track: Foggy morning in East Anglia as a Greater Anglia train emerges on first call of the day. Picture: SUBMITTED.

Motorists urged to take extra care today in Norfolk’s heavy fog

Norfolk Police are urging drivers to take care on Norfolk’s roads today following the appearance of thick fog.

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The Duke of Cambridge. Photo: John Stillwell/PA Wire

How East Anglian Air Ambulance’s web hits soared after Duke of Cambridge job announcement

The region’s air ambulance experienced a huge increase in visitors to its website and was named in more than 800 publications across the world following the announcement that the Duke of Cambridge was planning to join the charity as a pilot.

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Tony Money, former head of English at Neatherd High School in Dereham, who died on Sunday, September 14, 2014

Tributes to inspirational Dereham teacher

Tributes have been paid to an inspirational teacher who died on Sunday after losing his battle with pancreatic cancer.

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Police cordon off a house and alleyway in Frederick Road after a man was attacked.

Man suffers serious head injuries and broken bones in Great Yarmouth attack

A man has been taken to hospital with serious head injuries, and two people have been arrested, following an attack in Great Yarmouth last night.

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Politics See all

Concerned Yelverton residents who don't want to see the open countryside near their village hosting a huge solar farm.

Opponents’ disappointment at approval for solar farm near south Norfolk village

Opponents of a new 40-acre solar farm have spoken of their disappointment after councillors approved the proposal despite hearing fears about the impact on a sleepy village.

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Health See all

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Ex-Norwich City loanee Jonas Gutierrez tells of cancer battle

Newcastle winger and ex-Norwich City loanee Jonas Gutierrez has revealed he is having treatment after being diagnosed with testicular cancer in his native Argentina.

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Education See all

An artist's impression of how the new All Saints Green development, next to Norwich Bus Station, will look.

New 228-room halls will house Norwich arts university students

The arts university in Norwich has signed an agreement for its students to be housed at a new 228-room student accommodation development next to the city’s bus station.

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Lynn and West Latest See all

JSA claims are down in west Norfolk.   Picture: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire

West Norfolk sees a drop in unemployment

Around 1,000 families in west Norfolk are now better off due to a sharp fall in unemployment.

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