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Police were called to the accident at 8.20pm.

An accident on the A11 has blocked one lane in the Norwich-bound direction near Wymondham.

Police are appealing for witnesses.

He remains in a serious but stable condition following the incident in Outwell, near Wisbech last night.

NCFC fans queuing to get the last remaining tickets to the play-off final at Wembley. First in the queue, left to right, Matt Bennett who drove eight hours from Newquay, Cornwall, June Rudham from Norwich, David Smith from Mulbarton and Robert Gorham from Salhouse. 

Norwich City fans were queuing outside Carrow Road from Thursday night to get their hands on the final batch of Wembley tickets which went on sale on Friday morning.

Norfolk Constabulary vehicle.

Police are hunting a bald man following two incidents of indecent exposure in Norwich.

Mark Streeter of Courtesy Taxis with the mini bus wrapped in Taylor Swift branding for her new album, to be used for the Radio 1 Big Weekend. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

While most people are walking or catching a bus or train to the Big Weekend, for some lucky Taylor Swift fans, their ride will be paid for by the star.

A Norwich road has been closed after a crash which saw a car roll onto its side.

Abellio Greater Anglia train. 

Rail unions have called off a train strike planned for Bank Holiday Monday - the day of Norwich’s Wembley play-off final.

Matthew Broomfield. PIC: Submitted by Norfolk Police.

Workers at a McDonald’s in Norwich were left “petrified” and fearing they would be shot after being tied up by a robber who held up the restaurant with a handgun, a court has heard.

Police are concerned about the welfare of Jeff Spicer, who has not been seen since last night

Police are appealing for help tracing a missing 53-year-old man.

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Police are appealing for witnesses.

He remains in a serious but stable condition following the incident in Outwell, near Wisbech last night.


A blood donation.

Our investigation has highlighted the many ways the region’s victims of the contaminated blood scandal continue to be failed decades on. Today investigations editor David Powles outlines the improvements needed, while the government gives its side of the story.


Alan Pain, regional director for UK Trade and Investment in East of England. Picture: submitted

A lack of awareness and confidence about overseas exporting opportunities is holding back some food and drink small- and medium- sized enterprises (SMEs) in East Anglia, according to a senior trading expert in the region.


Radio 1 DJ Greg James. Photo: Ian West/PA Wire

A Radio 1 presenter who fell in love with radio at the University of East Anglia will return this summer to receive an honorary degree.


Prime Minister David Cameron. Photo: Neil Hall/PA Wire

Illegal workers will be stripped of their earnings under “radical” new laws to control immigration being unveiled by David Cameron.


Deer in the toilets of Castle Mall shopping centre

Shoppers in the Castle Mall had an early morning surprise, when a deer wandered into the complex.

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