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Sky News handout photo of Labour leader Ed Miliband arriving for the Sky News/Channel 4 programme: Cameron & Miliband Live: The Battle for Number 10, with Chief Creative Officer of Channel 4 Jay Hunt (left) and Head of Sky News John Ryley (right) at the Sky Studios in Osterley, west London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday March 26, 2015. See PA story POLITICS Debate. Photo credit should read: Sky News/PA Wire

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It started with a whistle-stop exam for the Prime Minister. How many foodbanks? How many zero hours contracts are there? How much money has been borrowed?

Nigel Williams. Photo by Simon Finlay.

Norfolk’s chief fire officer has signalled he intends to leave the service later this year.

A crane crashed into traffic lights on Yaxham Road in Dereham, causing traffic chaos.

Tailbacks were caused after a mobile crane crashed into traffic lights.

Police block the Stanfield Road at Wymondham after the accident. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

A bride-to-be died following a head-on crash after returning from her hen weekend.

Cameron and Miliband will both be grilled by Paxman tonight. Photo: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

David Cameron and Ed Miliband will take part in the first of the general election television set pieces today as they face a grilling from veteran interviewer Jeremy Paxman.

Charlotte Stratton with her four year old daughter, Megan - who calmly dialled 999 when her mum was taken ill.

Making an emergency call when someone’s life is on the line would be a daunting prospect for anyone.

A green-energy developer is considering an appeal after planners today unanimously turned down his family firm’s application for a wind turbine in rural north Norfolk.

Emergency services on Red Lion Street where a bus was in collision with a pedestrain. Photo : Steve Adams

A pedestrian has been involved in a collision with a bus in Norwich city centre this morning.

Ian Parker, who is running the children's services department's independent review into treatment of foster carers in Norfolk. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY.

The chairman of an independent review into the treatment of Norfolk’s foster carers has said he is expecting a significant number to come forward with their concerns.

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Duke the puppy who was attacked by another dog in Wells.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Playing with his ball, he looks as happy as any other puppy. But little Duke could lose his wagging tail, after he was attacked by another dog whilst out for a walk by the sea.

Health

Sarah Moore with babies father Nathan Gostling, her daughter Nikkita Moore and baby Henley. Picture: Matthew Usher.

When Nikkita Moore went into labour on Mothering Sunday her son was in such a hurry that her mother Sarah had to act as midwife and brought 7lb 15oz baby Henley safely into the world.

Business

Aviva, formerly Norwich Union, Surrey Street, Norwich. Photo: Steve Adams

One of the biggest insurance mergers in a decade has overcome a major hurdle after shareholders overwhelmingly backed Aviva’s proposed takeover of Friends Life.

Education

Mundesley Junior School is one of three schools seeking to join forces in a federation. Staff and pupils are seen celebrating it being given a PE and Sport Quality Mark award.  
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

The governors of three village schools which aim to become a new federation have a launched a consultation on the issue.

Politics

Sky News handout photo of Labour leader Ed Miliband arriving for the Sky News/Channel 4 programme: Cameron & Miliband Live: The Battle for Number 10, with Chief Creative Officer of Channel 4 Jay Hunt (left) and Head of Sky News John Ryley (right) at the Sky Studios in Osterley, west London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday March 26, 2015. See PA story POLITICS Debate. Photo credit should read: Sky News/PA Wire

NOTE TO EDITORS: This handout photo may only be used in for editorial reporting purposes for the contemporaneous illustration of events, things or the people in the image or facts mentioned in the caption. Reuse of the picture may require further permission from the copyright holder.

It started with a whistle-stop exam for the Prime Minister. How many foodbanks? How many zero hours contracts are there? How much money has been borrowed?

Environment

Pictures taken from the scene of the suspected fuel laundering plant in Great Yarmouth. Picture: HMRC

Two men were arrested after police and government officers raided a suspected diesel laundering plant.

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