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The Volkswagen Golf wedged into the front of the terraced house on Norwich Road, Scole after crashing in the early hours of Saturday, January 31, 2015. Photo : Steve Adams

Man’s lucky escape as car smashes through bedroom wall in south Norfolk

A man was showered with brickwork when a car burst through his bedroom wall as he slept.

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Fire fighters were called to a blaze at a flat off Vauxhall Street, Norwich, on Saturday, January 31,

Man in hospital with ‘severe burns’ after fire in Norwich tower block

Fire fighters rescued an elderly man from a blaze at a Norwich tower block today.

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Two armed men with a pistol and hammer rob two west Suffolk village shops in under half an hour

Two men armed with a pistol and a hammer attempted to rob two villages stores in west Suffolk this morning, in the space of just half an hour.

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Hugh O'Neill. PIC: Submitted by Norfolk police.

Disgraced Norfolk doctor and police surgeon to face further sex charges

A GP and former police surgeon jailed for 12 years for “terrifying” sexual abuse against two teenage girls is set to face further allegations, a court has heard.

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Move to improve staff morale causes an upset

The region’s mental health trust could become part-owned by staff in a bid to improve NHS workers’ morale.

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Fred Turner from Beeston Regis.
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Wheelchair-bound victim of Aylsham man convicted of fraud says he feels “abused and betrayed”

Wheelchair-bound Fred Turner said he felt “abused and betrayed” by the man he believed was looking after his best interests.

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Obituaries See all

Cat loving post lady Avril Harris who has died aged 62

Tributes paid to cat-loving Dereham post lady Avril Harris

She was a friend to all as she delivered letters and parcels on her Dereham round, but now a whole community, including its four-legged members, is mourning the death of its favourite post lady.

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Crime See all

Two armed men with a pistol and hammer rob two west Suffolk village shops in under half an hour

Two men armed with a pistol and a hammer attempted to rob two villages stores in west Suffolk this morning, in the space of just half an hour.

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Politics See all

Traffic trundling through Long Stratton Picture by: Sonya Duncan

Long Stratton’s bypass dream moves 
a step closer

Landowners whose property is crucial to whether the long awaited Long Stratton bypass gets built have been handed an ultimatum - sign up to the scheme on Monday or the council is ready to grab their land.

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Health See all

Castle Mall ,NHS Timber Hill health centre
1 year Old
Photo: Jerry Daws
Copy: 
©Archant Photographic 2010
01603 772434

Move to improve staff morale causes an upset

The region’s mental health trust could become part-owned by staff in a bid to improve NHS workers’ morale.

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Education See all

Students marching from University of East Anglia. PIC: Peter Walsh

Norwich students take part in march for free education

More than 30 students have taken part in a “march for free education” in Norwich today.

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Lynn and West Latest See all

Paul Richards. Picture: Ian Burt

What should be done with this eyesore building in King’s Lynn?

Calls are being made for an eyesore building in the heart of King’s Lynn’s historic quarter to be brought back into use.

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