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Heather Heslop is fighting to get answers following the death of her son Jonathan 10 years ago.pictured is Jonathan Heslop.
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Diss mother spends 11 years trying to find out how her son died

Heather Heslop has been writing back and forth to health chiefs for more than 11 years to find out how her son died. She refuses to accept the hospital’s explanation.

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Training, lights and fences to tackle the suicides on the track

New fences, lights and special training for staff have been introduced by the region’s rail operator in a bid to tackle the increase in deaths on the tracks.

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The A146 blocked near Framingham Pigot by an overturned trailer that contained livestock. Photo : Steve Adams

Update: Bulls in overturned trailer that closed the A146 resume their journey

The A146 closed during the morning rush-hour today when a trailer carrying three bulls an overturned.

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“There are some which have not done as well as expected” - 11 schools fall below key GCSE target

Eleven schools across our region could be at risk of government intervention after falling below a key target in the latest GCSE league tables.

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Norwich Crown Court. Photo: Adrian Judd.

Are criminals in Norfolk and Suffolk getting away without paying their fines?

Question marks have been raised as to whether criminals in Norfolk and Suffolk are getting away without paying their court fines.

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Online check to help crime victims

Victims of crime in Norfolk and Suffolk could soon be able to keep a check on their cases as part of a new online initiative which is to be rolled out across the country.

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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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Crime See all

Norwich Crown Court. Photo: Adrian Judd.

Are criminals in Norfolk and Suffolk getting away without paying their fines?

Question marks have been raised as to whether criminals in Norfolk and Suffolk are getting away without paying their court fines.

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Politics See all

An Abellio Greater Anglia train at Colchester

Training, lights and fences to tackle the suicides on the track

New fences, lights and special training for staff have been introduced by the region’s rail operator in a bid to tackle the increase in deaths on the tracks.

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Health See all

Meeting Point in Dereham is looking to make the town dementia friendly. From left, Barbara D'Arts, treasurer David Ovenden and centre manager Shonette Mooney. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Dereham set to become a dementia-friendly town

Dereham is the latest Norfolk town looking to become dementia friendly.

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“There are some which have not done as well as expected” - 11 schools fall below key GCSE target

Eleven schools across our region could be at risk of government intervention after falling below a key target in the latest GCSE league tables.

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West Norfolk Borough Council long service awards presentation. At the front is mayor Barry Ayres with Keith Fox. Picture: Ian Burt

Long serving West Norfolk Council staff honoured

Forty-five staff with a total of 550 years service with West Norfolk Council between them have received long service awards.

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