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An air ambulance at the scene of the crash in Hemsby. Photo: Kerri Larner

Update: Seven-year-old boy remains in hospital with “serious head injuries” after scooter crash involving a van in Hemsby

A seven-year-old boy remains in hospital with serious head injuries after a collision involving a van in Hemsby.

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A map showing the possible 20mph limits in Norwich.

Is Norwich city centre set to be a blanket 20mph zone?

Norwich city centre could become a 20mph zone if council proposals go ahead.

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Police are investigating an unexplained death after a man was found at a block of flats on Chantry Road with serious injuries. Photo: David Bale

Investigation launched into death of man found at bottom of stairs in Norwich flats

Detectives have launched an investigation into the unexplained death of a man in Norwich.

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Property in Cyprus, cars and Coutts bank accounts - men behind Norfolk fraud ordered to pay back £9m assets or face more jail time

Two men jailed for Norfolk’s biggest ever fraud have been ordered to pay back almost £9m or spend extra years behind bars.

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Herbie Hide's euphoric celebration at beating Conroy Nelson for the WBC international heavyweight title at Norwich Sport Village in 1992. The picture also won a title for EDP staffer Bill Smith, who was named Kodak regional press photographer of the year.

Tulisa case gives hope to heavyweight boxing champion Herbie Hide

Former world heavyweight boxing champion Herbie Hide is set to appeal his conviction for conspiracy to supply class A drugs after the collapse of the trial of TV star Tulisa Contostavlos.

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Peter Brooks during his time as curator of Sheringham Museum.

Peter Brooks: An authority on Sheringham’s history

Former curator of Sheringham Museum Peter Brooks has died aged 86.

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Business See all

Liliya Serazetdinova, centre, programme manager for InCrops who support low carbon companies for the Adapt Group, who has been working with the University of Palermo, which involved client Haley Farley, left, of Uniborder. With them is John French, CEO Adapt Group, and some of the low carbon goods. Picture: Denise Bradley

Adapt is bridging the gap for Norfolk’s green firms

Going green maybe more of an aspiration than a reality for many local firms. But Ben Woods has met one organisation that is helping companies – both large and small – to reach for a low carbon future.

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Property in Cyprus, cars and Coutts bank accounts - men behind Norfolk fraud ordered to pay back £9m assets or face more jail time

Two men jailed for Norfolk’s biggest ever fraud have been ordered to pay back almost £9m or spend extra years behind bars.

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Politics See all

NDR protest at the Assembly House, Norwich. Photo: Mustard TV

Critics present case against £148.5m road

A proposed £148.5m road to the north of Norwich would be “the biggest piece of environmental destruction yet seen in Norfolk”, it was claimed at a public hearing into the scheme.

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Health See all

Dr Julian Brown with one of the new cards.

West Norfolk patients trial new healthcare smartcards

Cutting-edge smartcards will give elderly patients more control over their healthcare.

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Education See all

Chloe Payne from Bunwell, who graduated at the UEA despite sustaining third degree burns to her face and neck in an accident causing life-threatening injuries.
Photo by Simon Finlay.

Courageous student receives UEA degree after fighting back from burn injuries

Graduation day is a celebration for all those involved, but Chloe Payne has more to celebrate than others.

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The spot on the A47 at Terrington St John were two people died on Sunday. Picture: Steve Williams.

Police name couple killed on A47 at Terrington St John - and say woman was pushed to her death

Police have named the couple who died on the A47 at Terrington St John - hours after saying “with some degree of certainty” that the woman was pushed to her death.

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