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Pusha T Crowd at Sundown 2014 - Paul Bayfield

Sundown: Photo gallery - Thousands enjoying the live acts at the Sundown Festival, near Norwich

Thousands of revellers are set to descend on the Norfolk Showground today for the final day of the Sundown festival.

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Hemsby inshore lifeboat was called to reports of a missing 25-year-old man.

Three Norfolk lifeboats launched to help search for missing man

Three lifeboats and a search and rescue helicopter were deployed after concerns were raised for the welfare of a missing man on the Norfolk coast, near Great Yarmouth.

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Police investigate ‘deliberate’ motorbike fire in Lowestoft

Fire-fighters spent more than 30 minutes tackling a suspicious motorbike blaze in Lowestoft.

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Carol Bundock opens the Later Life Show at the Norfolk Showground, with the Broadbeat Choir. Picture: Denise Bradley

New Norwich event aims to challenge the stigma surrounding old age

A showcase of projects that aim to challenge the stigma surrounding old age will be held in Norwich at the end of the month.

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Betty Gidney, churchwarden of Ormesby St Michael church, will original work donated by mystery artist Emo

Mystery artist Emo donates work to support Ormesby church

His artwork caused a stir when it appeared on a bus stop and a garage door and now it has been raising money for a good cause.

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Dudley Stammers and Rachael West with The Little Book of Larling.
Picture by: Sonya Duncan

Larling village history revealed in couple’s book

A diminutive village’s big history has been revealed in a book by a couple with a passion for the past.

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Sir Philip Dowson

Former Gresham’s school pupil and respected architect and academy president dies

A Gresham’s School pupil who went on to become one of Britain’s most respected architects has died just days after his 90th birthday.

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Rev'd Sue Nutt with the exhibition featuring World War 1 village history. Pictured with the map of the village which records all the families and their homes during WW1. 
Picture by: Sonya Duncan

Exhibition brings village’s First World War servicemen to life

A village exhibition has brought to life the 70 men who fought for their country in the First World War, including 19 who made the ultimate sacrifice.

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Lisa Chambers, the cabinet member for education and skills at Suffolk County Council, has set a target of exceeding the national average of SATs exams in the three Rs by 2017.

Suffolk: Education chief pledges more improvement as Suffolk is still ranked near bottom of the class for test results for 11-year-olds

The head of education in Suffolk last night pledged to overhaul standards in the classroom after the latest primary school results confirmed the county is still one of the worst-performing authorities in England for attainment levels among 11-year-olds.

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Carol Bundock opens the Later Life Show at the Norfolk Showground, with the Broadbeat Choir. Picture: Denise Bradley

New Norwich event aims to challenge the stigma surrounding old age

A showcase of projects that aim to challenge the stigma surrounding old age will be held in Norwich at the end of the month.

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Lisa Chambers, the cabinet member for education and skills at Suffolk County Council, has set a target of exceeding the national average of SATs exams in the three Rs by 2017.

Suffolk: Education chief pledges more improvement as Suffolk is still ranked near bottom of the class for test results for 11-year-olds

The head of education in Suffolk last night pledged to overhaul standards in the classroom after the latest primary school results confirmed the county is still one of the worst-performing authorities in England for attainment levels among 11-year-olds.

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A47 UPDATE: Police re-open A47 after road crash at King’s Lynn

Emergency crews were called to deal with a collision involving a car and a motorcyle on the A47.

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