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George Nobbs, leader of Norfolk County Council. Photo: Bill Smith

A further £169m of cuts and savings are on the cards at Norfolk County Council after bosses said financial pressure means “fundamental change” is needed in how services are provided to people in the county.

RAF Raynham. Picture Ben Dickson

Fire crews battled a large blaze at West Raynham airfield this evening, thought to involve gas cylinders.

Lynsey Childs at the bungalow where her speedway riding father Tony Childs used to live. Two sentimental speedway bikes and race leathers have been stolen. She's pictured looking at a photo album of Tony's racing heyday.

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

The daughter of a former speedway star is distraught after her father’s treasured bikes and rare racing jackets were stolen from his home.

Durrants auction rooms, Beccles have several lots of stuffed animals including two lions and two bears.
Durrants staff member Melissa Porter with one of the lions.

For generations, they were highly-prized trophies and decorations, before restrictions on their trade were brought in.

But this week, a remarkable collection of stuffed animals – including a lion and two Asian black bears - will be auctioned off in Beccles.

Rev Ian Byrne and church warden Gillian Evans at Mettingham Church. A meeting is set to take place to discuss the future of the church after thieves stole lead from the roof.  Picture: Nick Butcher

A group has been formed to set up a range of initiatives to tackle urgent work needed on an ancient church in Mettingham, near Bungay.

RAF Raynham. Picture Ben Dickson

Firefighters worked throughout the night after a major fire at a business park in west Norfolk.

Picture: ANTONY KELLY

A rail operator has said £30m will be spent on its trains amid claims of “flea infested” seats and filthy travelling conditions.

The UEA is appealing for participants for a study relating to the diet of people with coeliac disease.

The University of East Anglia has been ranked 20th in a national league table of 119 UK universities published on Tuesday.

There will be no civic parade following Norwich City's play-off victory. Picture: Matthew Usher.

There will be no civic parade for the triumphant Norwich City play-off winning side, Carrow Road chief executive David McNally has confirmed.

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Lynsey Childs at the bungalow where her speedway riding father Tony Childs used to live. Two sentimental speedway bikes and race leathers have been stolen. She's pictured looking at a photo album of Tony's racing heyday.

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

The daughter of a former speedway star is distraught after her father’s treasured bikes and rare racing jackets were stolen from his home.

Health

The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.

Norfolk’s biggest health provider is still failing to hit key performance targets.

Business

Clarke Willis, chief executive of Anglia Farmers. Picture: Denise Bradley

Despite a volatile year for the farming industry, a Norfolk-based agricultural buying group has reported 12 months of continued growth, with turnover increasing by 2.2pc.

Education

The UEA is appealing for participants for a study relating to the diet of people with coeliac disease.

The University of East Anglia has been ranked 20th in a national league table of 119 UK universities published on Tuesday.

Politics

Queen Elizabeth II sits alongside the Duke of Edinburgh before she delivers her speech in the House of Lords during the State Opening of Parliament at the Palace of Westminster in London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Wednesday June 4, 2014. See PA story POLITICS Speech. Photo credit should read: Ray Collins/The Sun/PA Wire

From a vote to decide whether we stay in the European Union to a new Bill of Rights, Political Editor Annabelle Dickson looks at what could be in David Cameron’s first Queen’s Speech as the head of a majority government.

Environment

A marsh harrier. Photo: Mali Halls

Conservationists have matched the £1,000 reward offered by the EDP to catch the thief who stole a marsh harrier’s eggs.

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