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Marie Black. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

It is a quiet cul-de-sac and by all accounts Marie Black was a polite and friendly neighbour.

David Purdy.

Police are asking for the public to help trace a man who went missing from his home in Norwich.

James Cleeton

Police are appealing for help to trace a 21-year-old man who is wanted for recall to prison.

The spotlight fell on social worker Gail Barnard, pictured in 2004, during the case. Photo: EDP Library.

Even before the trial started, there were questions about some of the evidence due to be used – which placed the actions of Norfolk social workers in the spotlight.

The East Anglian Air Ambulance landed on Normanston Park in Lowestoft. Picture: Bill Hone

A woman in her late 50s, who collapsed in Lowestoft last night (Monday), has died.

Norwich South MP Clive Lewis. Photo: Mark Tillie

An MP is writing to ministers questioning whether a controversial academy chain is fit to run a Norwich high school after it was alleged its chief executive said she was “sick” it had received a good Ofsted rating in 2013.

Beryl Hughes, whose husband Howard had a heart attack outside The Forum during the Pride parade.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

The wife of a man who suffered a life-threatening heart attack during Norwich Pride has said she was overwhelmed with the “marvellous” response of the public.

Detective chief inspector, Pete Hornby, reads the Norfolk police statement to the media at Norwich Crown Court regarding the Marie Black court case. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

The senior investigating officer has revealed there are other “ongoing” investigations connected to the serious child abuse case, dubbed Operation Moccason.

Marie Black. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Norfolk’s chief constable Simon Bailey has warned that the horrific abuse in the Marie Black is case, “some of the worst he has been made aware of”, is just the “tip of the iceberg”.

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Marie Black. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

It is a quiet cul-de-sac and by all accounts Marie Black was a polite and friendly neighbour.

Health

Beryl Hughes, whose husband Howard had a heart attack outside The Forum during the Pride parade.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

The wife of a man who suffered a life-threatening heart attack during Norwich Pride has said she was overwhelmed with the “marvellous” response of the public.

Business

Wroxham shopping precinct. Date: Nov 1975

High-street banks were once an essential part of everyday life, used for paying in cheques, withdrawing cash and paying bills.

Education

Norwich South MP Clive Lewis. Photo: Mark Tillie

An MP is writing to ministers questioning whether a controversial academy chain is fit to run a Norwich high school after it was alleged its chief executive said she was “sick” it had received a good Ofsted rating in 2013.

Politics

Lord Sewel. Photo: PA

Lord Sewel has quit the House of Lords and apologised for the “pain and embarrassment” he has caused after footage emerged of him allegedly taking cocaine with two prostitutes.

Environment

Rock Armour at Happisburgh Beach to prevent coastal erosion.

Photo by Mark Bullimore

Today will see the start of work to move 9000 tonnes of rock to re-align the sea defences on a north Norfolk beach.

Tech

(AP Photo/Patrick Sison)

Eastern Daily Press readers can now get all the latest breaking news delivered straight to their smartphones using the free messaging service WhatsApp.

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