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Female bamboo shark 'virgin birth'. Photo: Jeremy Durkin

A female shark which has had no contact with males for more than two years could be set to give birth to two babies.

Pancake Day racing in King's Lynn. Pictured are the winning team (from left) Simon Adams, David Snodgrass, Sarah Fairbrother and Chris Dewey. Picture: Ian Burt

There was lots of pancake flipping fun as communities around the region celebrated Shrove Tuesday.

The Kings Arms, Fleggburgh.

A Fleggburgh pub has stopped serving foie gras after staff reported they had received “disgusting and unacceptable messages” over its inclusion on the menu.

Arnolds Keys partner Craig Knights outside the Norwich premises secured for craft brewery BrewDog.

Craft beer company BrewDog will open their first bar in Norwich on Queen Street at the end of March.

Black Carrera Vulcan mountain bike.

A mother has been left heartbroken after her son’s bike is stolen in north Norfolk.

The Grange at Old Buckenham was the most expensive house sold in Norfolk in December 2015.

The most expensive home sold in Norfolk in December was a Georgian conversion in Old Buckenham which was snapped up for £770,000.

Junior doctors on strike at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Junior doctors today insist they “do not want to strike” as patients in the region face having operations and appointments cancelled by hospitals.

Another photo of the new library.  Photo: Archant

Were you at The Hewett School in the 80s and 90s? You might recognise some of these photos from our archive.

Reports of a whale spotted by the public off the coast at Mundesley. 

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

The search for a whale reported in shallow water off the coast of Mundesley in Norfolk this morning has been stood down as there have been no further sightings.

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The Kings Arms, Fleggburgh.

A Fleggburgh pub has stopped serving foie gras after staff reported they had received “disgusting and unacceptable messages” over its inclusion on the menu.

Health

Junior doctors on strike at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Junior doctors today insist they “do not want to strike” as patients in the region face having operations and appointments cancelled by hospitals.

Business

James Griffiths of the Low Carbon Innovation Fund. Photo: Bill Smith

More than £70m has been invested in businesses in the region during the first round of funding distributed by the University of East Anglia’s Low Carbon Innovation Fund (LCIF).

Education

Another photo of the new library.  Photo: Archant

Were you at The Hewett School in the 80s and 90s? You might recognise some of these photos from our archive.

Politics

Norwich South MP Clive Lewis takes part the annual Rehab Parliamentary Pancake Race in which MPs, Lords and members of the media race each other on pancake day to raise money for the charity Rehab, in Victoria Tower Gardens. Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

It is the annual event when old Westminster enemies line up to batter each other.

Environment

Female bamboo shark 'virgin birth'. Photo: Jeremy Durkin

A female shark which has had no contact with males for more than two years could be set to give birth to two babies.

Tech

Andrew Wilson of NWES speaking at the launch of the Future 50. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Figures show that 2015 was a record year for new businesses in Norfolk – but the county continues to lag behind the national average.

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