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Rim Stafuka, Bonni Tufa, Kamber Shera, Petrit Spahiya, Rim Stafuka.

Albanian drugs gang jailed for 27 years combined for Class A distribution ring

An Albanian drugs gang, who helped organise the distribution of wholesale quantities of cocaine, in Norwich, with a street value of more than £120,000 have been given jail sentences totalling more than 27 years.

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Chloe Smith MP (and co-Chair of the Great Eastern Main Line Taskforce),  Mark Pendlington Chair of the New Anglia LEP  (and co-Chair of the Great Eastern Main Line Taskforce), Simon Wright MP and Jamie Burles, Managing Director, Abellio Greater Anglia with the first table to be taken out.  Photos:  Antony Guppy.

Major train refurbishment programme starts on Norwich to London intercity service

The region’s main train operator has started a major refurbishment programme on all its intercity MkIII carriages that run between Norwich, Ipswich, Colchester and London.

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Norwich City's Cameron Jerome and Leeds United's Giuseppe Bellusci clash during the Sky Bet Championship match at Carrow Road, Norwich. Picture: Stephen Pond/PA Wire.

Leeds defender charged with using racist language towards Norwich City striker Cameron Jerome

Leeds United defender Giuseppe Bellusci has been charged with misconduct for allegedly using racist language towards Norwich City striker Cameron Jerome, the Football Association has announced.

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George Freeman, Minister for Life Sciences, speaks before opening the new Centrum Building at the Norwich Research Park. Picture: Denise Bradley

Thousands of Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital cancer patients to be approached to take part in major genetics project

Thousands of cancer patients in the region will be asked to take part in a radical genetics project which scientists claim could revolutionise the way the disease is treated.

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Police Officers. Picture: Ian Burt

Girl, 15, is kicked in Norwich attack

A girl kicked and pulled the hair of a 15-year-old victim in Norwich.

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Norfolk Constabulary vehicle.

Woman in 20s ‘threatened’ in Norwich road rage incident

Police are investigating a suspected road rage incident in the Unthank Road area of Norwich.

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Entertainer Carl Adams. Picture: EDP Library

Tributes paid to entertainer who saved Gorleston Pavilion from closure

Carl Adams, the entertainer who saved Gorleston Pavilion from closure and helped to make theatre the successful venue it is today, has died.

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Rim Stafuka, Bonni Tufa, Kamber Shera, Petrit Spahiya, Rim Stafuka.

Albanian drugs gang jailed for 27 years combined for Class A distribution ring

An Albanian drugs gang, who helped organise the distribution of wholesale quantities of cocaine, in Norwich, with a street value of more than £120,000 have been given jail sentences totalling more than 27 years.

Read full story »

Politics See all

George Freeman, Minister for Life Sciences, speaks before opening the new Centrum Building at the Norwich Research Park. Picture: Denise Bradley

Thousands of Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital cancer patients to be approached to take part in major genetics project

Thousands of cancer patients in the region will be asked to take part in a radical genetics project which scientists claim could revolutionise the way the disease is treated.

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Health See all

East of England Ambulance Trust interim chief executive Anthony Marsh. Photo: Steve Adams

Graphic: East of England ambulance boss behind bid to extend ambulance response times

The chief executive of the East of England Ambulance Service Trust (EEAST) is behind plans to lengthen response times for ambulances to reach seriously-ill patients - a target his trust has repeatedly failed to hit.

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Education See all

Pupils at Kinsale Junior School take a look at the school's recent good Ofsted report.

Hellesdon junior school celebrates good Ofsted report

Pupils, governors, staff and parents at a Hellesdon school are celebrating following a ‘good’ Ofsted report by inspectors.

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Lynn and West Latest See all

A carol service was held in the Tuesday Market Place in King's Lynn to remember the WW1 truce over Christmas. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Photo Gallery: King’s Lynn holds Christmas carol services

A poignant service was held to remember the 1914 Christmas day truce between German and allied troops.

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