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Christine Coulton, 62, from Bowthorpe, Norwich, who died in a road traffic collision at Loddon.

‘Her loss has devastated us as a family’ - tributes to Norwich mum killed in Loddon A146 crash

A woman who died in a crash in Loddon has been named as Christine Coulton, 62, from Bowthorpe, Norwich.

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The Riverside Road, Gas Hill and Rosary Road area, where a stabbing took place. Picture: Denise Bradley

Police hunt for men after stabbing in Norwich

A man is in hospital and police are hunting for three to four men after a stabbing in Norwich.

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Kite flyer tumbles from Cromer promenade on to rocks and injures back

A 53-year-old woman fell up to 10 feet on to rock at Cromer this afternoon and has been taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital by ambulance.

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A large crowd gathers on the promenade above Sheringham beach to watch the East Anglian Air Ambulance and its crew who were tending to a patient below the  west slipway. Picture: CHARLIE CLOVER

Photo: Injured woman airlifted from Sheringham beach

The East Anglian Air Ambulance landed on Sheringham beach this afternoon to help a woman who had possibly broken an ankle.

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Dawn and Richard, who met through EDP lonely hearts, are celebrating 20 years of marriage. Photo: Bill Smith

Brave mum urges people to “check, check and check again” for warning signs after cancer fight

A brave mother-of-three who lost both parents to cancer before being diagnosed with the disease herself has urged people to “check, check and check again” to spot any warning signs.

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The ends of Coltishall runway which are earmarked for ripping up to make into rubble.  Picture: MIKE PAGE

Fresh concerns over Coltishall runway move

The controversial redevelopment of the former RAF Coltishall base has hit another stumbling block, after Broadland District Council objected to a proposal to dig up part of the runway.

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Obituaries See all

Philip Bolam, with his trademark shepherd's crook

Philip Bolam: Former Norfolk county farm adviser became top Barclays banker

A former county adviser for Norfolk, Philip Bolam, who has died aged 91, was a long-serving president of the National Sheep Association.

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Staff at Mears Care in King's Lynn are collecting and sending boxes for troops stationed abroad - From left, Linda Roberts, Chrissie Mitchell and Penny Ahmed. Picture: Matthew Usher.

King’s Lynn care firm Mears collecting treats for RAF Marham II(AC) Squadron out in Afghanistan

Staff and clients of a care provider are collecting parcels for our boys and girls in Afghanistan.

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Crime See all

The Riverside Road, Gas Hill and Rosary Road area, where a stabbing took place. Picture: Denise Bradley

Police hunt for men after stabbing in Norwich

A man is in hospital and police are hunting for three to four men after a stabbing in Norwich.

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Politics See all

The ends of Coltishall runway which are earmarked for ripping up to make into rubble.  Picture: MIKE PAGE

Fresh concerns over Coltishall runway move

The controversial redevelopment of the former RAF Coltishall base has hit another stumbling block, after Broadland District Council objected to a proposal to dig up part of the runway.

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Health See all

Pollution in Norwich. Photo by Simon Finlay.

Air pollution contributed to estimated 800 plus deaths in Norfolk and Suffolk, report reveals

Long term exposure to air pollution was a contributory factor in the deaths of an estimated 816 people in Norfolk and Suffolk over a 12 month period, new figures have revealed.

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Education See all

The number of children given a place at their first-preference school has risen in Norfolk and Cambridgeshire. Photo: Barry Batchelor/PA Wire

Parents defy rise in child population to secure place at first-choice primary schools

More Norfolk and Cambridgeshire parents have secured a place for their child at their first-preference primary school, despite hundreds of extra children entering the system.

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Lynn and West Latest See all

Work under way on the A&E department at the QEH, which was completed last month. Picture: Ian Burt

MPs had a “positive” meeting with managers at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, which is in special measures.

Elizabeth Truss and Henry Bellingham met interim chief executive Dr Manjit Obhrai and senior officials at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, in King’s Lynn, to discuss staffing levels and financial problemns at the hospital.

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