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Queue outside Jarrolds for Tanya Burr book signing

Video: Hundreds queue to meet their idol YouTube star Tanya Burr at Jarrolds in Norwich

Fashion fans turned up in their masses in Norwich, to meet their vlogging hero Tanya Burr.

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The ram raid at the Tesco Express in Taverham. Picture: Eastern Region Special Operations Unit.

Video: Five convicted for smash and grab cash machine raids in Norfolk

Five men have been convicted of a string of cash machine ram raids and burglaries in Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire in which more than £400,000 was stolen and £250,000 of damage caused.

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James Ogilvy was jailed for 25 months for growing cannabis and stealing pigs. Picture: Norfolk Constabulary

Struggling Norfolk farmer turned to crime

A struggling Norfolk farmer turned to crime to try to keep his farm going by allowing cannabis to grown in his outbuildings and he also stole piglets from another farmer, which could have had serious repercussions for the pig industry, a court heard.

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Three Ipswich fans arrested as police issue East Anglian derby warning

Police have warned troublemarkers at tomorrow’s match they will face the full force of the law after three Ipswich fans were arrested on suspicion of violent disorder yesterday.

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Five-year-old Year one pupils Tom Bryan and Finn O'Driscoll check for wildlife in Sheringham Primary School's newly-revamped pond. Photo: Karen Bethell

£4,000 charity grant helps Sheringham Primary School’s blossoming outdoor projects

An overgrown outdoor learning area at Sheringham Primary School has had a major revamp, thanks to a grant from a local charity set up more than half a century ago.

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Adult stone curlew. Picture: Chris Knights/rspb-images.com

Stone-curlews back from the brink in Norfolk

Thirty years ago, ground-nesting stone-curlews were on the brink of being wiped out.

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Obituaries See all

Barbara Ross OBE who has died (Feb 2015)

Obituary: Barbara Ross - champion of Norfolk’s transgender community

Her determination to fight injustice wherever she saw it inspired decades of work supporting the transgender community.

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Crime See all

The ram raid at the Tesco Express in Taverham. Picture: Eastern Region Special Operations Unit.

Video: Five convicted for smash and grab cash machine raids in Norfolk

Five men have been convicted of a string of cash machine ram raids and burglaries in Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire in which more than £400,000 was stolen and £250,000 of damage caused.

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Politics See all

Sharon Loome and Helen Nauls of Mere Moments

Most popular independent retailers in Diss, Wymondham, Harleston and Loddon are named

They are essential in making market towns in south Norfolk a pleasant and worthwhile experience for visitors and residents eager to spend their money.

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Health See all

North Walsham, which is in line to become a dementia-friendly town. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

‘Join us’ plea as North Walsham bids to become a dementia-friendly town

Moves to join North Walsham to the growing list of dementia-friendly Norfolk towns will take a major step forward in March.

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Education See all

Five-year-old Year one pupils Tom Bryan and Finn O'Driscoll check for wildlife in Sheringham Primary School's newly-revamped pond. Photo: Karen Bethell

£4,000 charity grant helps Sheringham Primary School’s blossoming outdoor projects

An overgrown outdoor learning area at Sheringham Primary School has had a major revamp, thanks to a grant from a local charity set up more than half a century ago.

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Lynn and West Latest See all

'Come and work in the west'. Some of those involved in the campaign. Pictured l-r Danielle Barrett, Danny Huddlestone, Sarah Moore, Issy Bishop, Julia Saunders and Chris Fry. Photo Paul Tibbs

‘Come and work in west Norfolk’, says new campaign

West Norfolk employers are stepping up efforts to promote the region as a great place to live and work in, as part of a wider drive to get more people to move to the area.

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