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Environment secretary Elizabeth Truss speaking at the 2016 NFU Conference in Birmingham. 
Picture by Simon Hadley.

Elizabeth Truss revealed she has her own box of Weetabix proudly displayed on her desk in the Department for Food, Environment and Rural Affairs as her monthly question session in the House of Commons saw MPs break into fits of giggles.

Norwich prison officer Calum Kerr allegedly sought retribution after Kerney Grantham lashed out with an improvised weapon when the guard tried to stop him attacking another prisoner. Photo: Central News

A prison officer accused of recruiting an inmate to take revenge on another convict had a private meeting with the alleged attacker first, a court heard today.

The elderly woman was hurt in the Tesco on Guildhall Hill, Norwich. PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

An elderly shopper was taken to hospital on Wednesday after an unprovoked attack in the Tesco store on Guildhall Hill, Norwich.

'Vote Green' posters stapled onto Labour signs in Norwich.

Vote Labour boards have been plastered with ‘vote green’ posters in wards across Norwich as the city heads to the polls for local elections

Norfolk dominated primetime TV last night with Normal for Norfolk (left) and Her Majesty's Prison: Norwich (right)

If you were flicking through the channels on television last night, you might have noticed that Norfolk was in the spotlight for two hours of primetime viewing, but for two very different reasons.

Two men have each been jailed for six years nine months after they were involved in a terrifying burglary in which a heavily pregnant woman was punched in the stomach at her Lowestoft home.

The UEA.   Photo: Bill Smith

The University of East Anglia has defended figures which show it has doubled the number of six-figure earners on its books in just five years.

Melanie Jordan and her dog Ziggy were injured in an dog attack, while out walking in Dereham. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Two dog owners have spoken out about a fight between their pets which left the dogs needing veterinary care and one of the women needing hospital treatment for wounds to her hands.

Eaton Park

Police are appealing for information after a man exposed himself in Eaton Park in Norwich on Saturday afternoon.

Crime

The elderly woman was hurt in the Tesco on Guildhall Hill, Norwich. PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

An elderly shopper was taken to hospital on Wednesday after an unprovoked attack in the Tesco store on Guildhall Hill, Norwich.

Health

Harold Bodmer, executive director of Norfolk County Council's adult social services. Photo: Bill Smith For: Archant Archant © 2009 01603 772434

Community volunteers are needed to meet the spiralling demands on our region’s social care services.

Business

The Premier League has sold its domestic television rights for a staggering £5.136billion across just three years. Picture: Peter Byrne/PA Wire

Norwich City writer David Freezer looks at the financial implications for the Canaries if they can’t avoid relegation

Education

The UEA.   Photo: Bill Smith

The University of East Anglia has defended figures which show it has doubled the number of six-figure earners on its books in just five years.

Politics

Environment secretary Elizabeth Truss speaking at the 2016 NFU Conference in Birmingham. 
Picture by Simon Hadley.

Elizabeth Truss revealed she has her own box of Weetabix proudly displayed on her desk in the Department for Food, Environment and Rural Affairs as her monthly question session in the House of Commons saw MPs break into fits of giggles.

Environment

Beautiful views from the the tower at St Helen's Church, Ranworth for the launch of the Broads Outdoor Festival by(l to r), Archant's Tony Wenham, Broads Authority chairman Jacquie Burgess, Richardson's Greg Munford, festival co-ordinator Lynne Finnigan and Broads Authority education officer Nick Sanderson. 
PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY

It’s one of the most awe-inspiring views in the Broads National Park.

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