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Driver arrested on suspicion of drink-driving after one-car crash at Mattishall

Police have arrested a driver on suspicion of drink-driving after a car crash in the early hours of this morning.

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Claire and Simon Nicholl have been fundraising with family and friends for NICU and for the East Anglian Children’s Hospice who supported them after Harrison’'s death. Picture: Supplied

Baby Harrison’s legacy of love is helping other families face tragedy

Baby Harrison lived for just a few days – but his legacy will carry on with his parents’ inspiring dedication to raising more than £20,000 to help other families in need.

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Terry Cole was jailed for 4 years 9 months for conspiracy to supply class A drugs. Picture: Norfolk Constabulary

Drugs gang members jailed for more than 40 years

These are the faces of the gang members, who “ruined lives” by helping peddle drugs on the streets of Norwich.

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Staff at the ABC Cinema, Norwich in 1971


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Stunning photographs from Norfolk’s cinema archives

It’s a project which promises to capture Norfolk’s cinema past, while making sure the screen is a firm part of the future. ROSA MCMAHON tells more about Norfolk at the Pictures, a bold vision coming out of Cinema City.

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Hunger Games actor Sam Claflin met students at his old scool in Costessey, Ormiston Victory Academy, at its Christmas production of Ghost.

Actor Sam Claflin drops into his former Costessey school to see Ghost musical

Hunger Games actor Sam Claflin posed for selfies with youngsters at his former school at their Christmas production.

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Russell Evans and John Linford, new landlords of the York Tavern on Leicester Street in Norwich.

Picture: James Bass

New landlords pick up keys to get Norwich pub open for Christmas

The keys have been collected and a Golden Triangle pub will re-open before Christmas, its new landlords said today.

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Entertainer Carl Adams. Picture: EDP Library

Tributes paid to entertainer who saved Gorleston Pavilion from closure

Carl Adams, the entertainer who saved Gorleston Pavilion from closure and helped to make theatre the successful venue it is today, has died.

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Norfolk Constabulary police vehicle. Picture: James Bass.

Driver arrested on suspicion of drink-driving after one-car crash at Mattishall

Police have arrested a driver on suspicion of drink-driving after a car crash in the early hours of this morning.

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Politics See all

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Train delays in first half of month amount to 18,000 minutes - in that time you could walk to London and back six times

It’s just not good enough, rail bosses have been told as it emerged passengers have endured more than 18,000 minutes of delays in the first fortnight of December.

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Health See all

Claire and Simon Nicholl have been fundraising with family and friends for NICU and for the East Anglian Children’s Hospice who supported them after Harrison’'s death. Picture: Supplied

Baby Harrison’s legacy of love is helping other families face tragedy

Baby Harrison lived for just a few days – but his legacy will carry on with his parents’ inspiring dedication to raising more than £20,000 to help other families in need.

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Education See all

Mid-Norfolk MP George Freeman and youngsters at Chapel Road School in Attleborough, modelling jumpers bearing the school's new logo. Picture: Sonya Duncan.

Festive assembly at Attleborough school leaves a lump in the throat

It was a morning of mixed emotion in Attleborough on Friday, as a school’s Christmas assembly saw staff and students reflect on the year gone by.

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Lynn and West Latest See all

Ivars Mezals, who was jailed today.

Gangmasters from Wisbech and King’s Lynn who preyed on vulnerable are jailed

Two Latvian gangmasters who intimidated migrants into performing “back breaking” labour for as little as £1-a-week have been jailed for a total of nearly three years.

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