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Oilseed rape field in flower near Alby.  Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Fields across East Anglia have blossomed into a vivid yellow hue in the recent warm weather, as this year’s oilseed rape shows its colours.

Lord Leicester pictured two weeks ago, when he invited UKIP election candiates to Holkham to declare his support for the party. Picture: Matthew Usher.

In a statement today, the Holkham Estate said: “The 7th Earl of Leicester died at midnight on Friday, April 24.”

Marriott's Way runs through the wood near Felthorpe.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

A body of a man has been discovered in the woods off Marriotts Way, in Felthorpe near Norwich.

Prime Minister David Cameron visiting The Lowestoft Journal.

David Cameron made a historic visit to the EDP office in Lowestoft which is also the home of our sister paper, the Lowestoft Journal – the first prime minister ever to have done so.

The Co-Operative in Wymondham where an incident took place.

A man accused of a knifepoint robbery at a cashpoint in Wymondham has appeared in court.

Prime Minister, David Cameron with conservative candidate Peter Aldous looking over the bascule bridge.

Prime minister David Cameron has pledged Lowestoft’s long-awaited third crossing would be built by 2020 under a future Conservative government on a visit to the town – but has been accused of making an opportunistic promise a couple of weeks ahead of the election.

An ambulance was sent to the scene.

A woman in her eighties suffered a broken jaw after she was knocked over by a van on Friday evening.

L-R: Matt Watson, Adam Drury, Chloe Pellican

A former Norwich City player is appealing to Canaries fans for support one more time.

Miss Cromer contest. Left, Sophie Bernard-Smith, middle Charlotte Crane and right Danielle Dawson. Picture: Dave Hubba Roberts

The competition to select the annual Miss Cromer usually attracts a host of eager young hopefuls who want to represent the town at its annual summer carnival.

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Clive Howard.

The case of a serial sex attacker who terrorised women across the East of England could be featured on a major crime-fighting show as police try to discover if there have been any more victims.

Health

Glenn  Burrows (right) of the national campaign group 38 degrees hands over a petition to save the NHS to three of the five general election candidates for North Norfolk, pictured from left Denise Burke (Labour), Norman Lamb (Liberal Democrats) and Mick Macartney-Filgate (Green Party).   Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Campaigners have been calling on the public to back their fight to ‘Save the NHS’ by signing a petition.

Business

Great Yarmouth college students at Gardline Marine Sciences learning about geotechnical soil sampling and seismic activities.

Picture: James Bass

More than 170 students got a hands-on taste of working in the offshore energy sector when they took part in a week-long work experience.

Education

Great Yarmouth college students at Gardline Marine Sciences learning about geotechnical soil sampling and seismic activities.

Picture: James Bass

More than 170 students got a hands-on taste of working in the offshore energy sector when they took part in a week-long work experience.

Politics

Prime Minister David Cameron visiting The Lowestoft Journal.

David Cameron made a historic visit to the EDP office in Lowestoft which is also the home of our sister paper, the Lowestoft Journal – the first prime minister ever to have done so.

Environment

In Here Festival, Lorraine & Alan. Picture: Paul Blakemore

A Celtic myth - telling the tale of a tour guide’s unusual encounter on a beach - has been given a Norfolk twist as part of an upcoming new arts festival.

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