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Steven King at the huge island bar in the upstairs sports bar under construction at Stadia, formerly the Office. Picture: Denise Bradley

New German beer hall/sports bar to open in Norwich city centre

A new German beer hall/sports bar is due to open in Norwich city centre next month, and the people behind it are promising it will offer something new for locals and visitors alike.

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Phil Mulryne celebrates scoring for Norwich City at Reading in 2004.

Video: Former Norwich City and Manchester United midfielder Phil Mulryne on his journey into priesthood

Former Norwich City midfielder Phil Mulryne has taken an important step in his training to become a Catholic priest.

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Longwater Sainsbury's petrol station where part of it has been fenced off due to subsidence. Picture: Denise Bradley

Engineers called in over sinking petrol station at Norwich supermarket

Part of a busy supermarket petrol station has been shut down because it has started to sink into the ground.

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Former Cromer minister convicted of possessing indecent images back in court for breaching order

Former Cromer Methodist minister Philip Hilstrop, who was convicted of possessing more than 1000 indecent images, was back in court for breaching his sexual offences prevention order by having a mobile phone with a camera. His case has been adjourned for a report.

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Katharine Moore, who has just been appointed a criminal judge, the first female criminal judge permanently sitting in Norwich. Picture: Denise Bradley

‘We are changing the profile from the irascible, crusty old judge’: Katharine, 42, is welcomed to the bench at Norwich Crown Court

The changing face of criminal justice has been reflected by the appointment of barrister Katharine Moore as the first female criminal judge to permanently sit at Norwich Crown Court.

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Air ambulance lands in Lingwood after man suffers fall

The East Anglian Air Ambulance was called to help a man in his 70s after he suffered a fall at home.

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RACHEL AND ARMANDO ADRIANO (RIGHT) WITH CHEF BARIS GAVRIEL AND WAITER FRANCO TRAINI CELEBRATE THE TRATTORIA'S 20TH ANNIVERSARY.

Armando ‘Andy’ Adriano: Norwich restaurateur was perfect ‘Mine Host’

Former Norwich restaurateur Armando ‘Andy’ Adriano, who introduced thousands of customers to authentic Italian cuisine, has died, aged 74.

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Staff at Mears Care in King's Lynn are collecting and sending boxes for troops stationed abroad - From left, Linda Roberts, Chrissie Mitchell and Penny Ahmed. Picture: Matthew Usher.

King’s Lynn care firm Mears collecting treats for RAF Marham II(AC) Squadron out in Afghanistan

Staff and clients of a care provider are collecting parcels for our boys and girls in Afghanistan.

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Crime See all

Philip Hilstrop.

Former Cromer minister convicted of possessing indecent images back in court for breaching order

Former Cromer Methodist minister Philip Hilstrop, who was convicted of possessing more than 1000 indecent images, was back in court for breaching his sexual offences prevention order by having a mobile phone with a camera. His case has been adjourned for a report.

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Politics See all

Picture shows: Lake Lothing looking towards Lowestoft Harbour and town. Picture: MIKE PAGE.

Update: Council leader hails landmark Lowestoft Conference

Bringing Lowestoft Together – more than 200 people attended a landmark public event in town today to discuss key economic issues and priorities.

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Health See all

Timber Hill Health Centre

86,000 reasons why Norwich must keep walk-in health centre

Pressure is being put on health bosses to commit to the future of Norwich’s walk-in centre, as it emerges the service could be asked to move out of its rented base in September.

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Education See all

From left, George Spicer, Simon Linstead and Jim Goreham

Impressed City College Norwich mentor gives his student a job

A mentoring programme run by City College Norwich has made a young business dream come true.

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Damaged cars in Tennyson Avenue, King's Lynn

Woman charged with drink driving after Renault Clio ploughs into parked cars in King’s Lynn

Police were called to Tennyson Avenue, near the College of West Anglia, at 10.10pm, after a collision between a Renault Clio and seven parked cars.

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