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Accident emergency services including the police, ambulance fire and the air ambulance at the fatal road traffic collision on Loddon bypass that happened as the Easter weekend begins. Photo by Simon Finlay.

Update on A146 crash: Woman in her 60s from Norwich area died in collision near Loddon yesterday

Police have confirmed that a woman in her 60s, from the Norwich area, died in a collision near Loddon yesterday.

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Norfolk Green said services including the Coasthopper are being delayed by heavy traffic this afternoon.

Norfolk Green warns of delays to buses in and around King’s Lynn, as traffic builds up on A149 coast road

It said services were being delayed by around 15 minutes - and the situation was likely to get worse.

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Pop-up church flashmob outside the Forum in Norwich city centre today: Picture David Bale

Christian spirit kept alive in Norwich city centre with flashmob style pop-up church

A flashmob style pop-up Church made a brief appearance in the centre of Norwich today to draw attention to the Easter message and to gather in essential food items for Norwich Foodbank.

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‘One of the saddest mornings I have ever witnessed’ - Norfolk adventurer speaks after Mount Everest avalanche kills at least 12 Sherpa guides

A Norfolk adventurer who is climbing Mount Everest has told of her sadness after an avalanche killed at least 12 local guides.

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Seven-year-old finds explosives on Holkham beach

A family trip to the beach took an unexpected turn when two explosives were found in the sand.

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The Yvonne School of Dance students ready for their 30th year celebration show. Picture: Denise Bradley

Video and photo gallery: Hethersett dance teacher marks 30 years in the job with anniversary show

After enjoying 30 years as a dance teacher helping hundreds of students perfect their pliés, Yvonne Cutting could be getting ready to hang up her dancing shoes in exchange for an easy life – but, instead, she will mark the occasion with a special anniversary show.

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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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A still taken from the CCTV footage of the incident on Prince of Wales Road.

Video: Heavy-handed police or were they just doing their job? Formal investigation launched into incident on Norwich’s Prince of Wales Road

Police are awaiting the outcome of an investigation after a video showing alleged heavy-handed treatment by officers on a young man in Norwich’s Prince of Wales Road was posted on social media.

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Diss hub will help provide support for town’s struggling families

A help centre is to be set up in Diss to reduce the number of families reaching a crisis point because of the town’s higher levels of deprivation.

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Work under way on the A&E department at the QEH, which was completed last month. Picture: Ian Burt

MPs had a “positive” meeting with managers at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, which is in special measures.

Elizabeth Truss and Henry Bellingham met interim chief executive Dr Manjit Obhrai and senior officials at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, in King’s Lynn, to discuss staffing levels and financial problemns at the hospital.

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The number of children given a place at their first-preference school has risen in Norfolk and Cambridgeshire. Photo: Barry Batchelor/PA Wire

Parents defy rise in child population to secure place at first-choice primary schools

More Norfolk and Cambridgeshire parents have secured a place for their child at their first-preference primary school, despite hundreds of extra children entering the system.

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Norfolk Green said services including the Coasthopper are being delayed by heavy traffic this afternoon.

Norfolk Green warns of delays to buses in and around King’s Lynn, as traffic builds up on A149 coast road

It said services were being delayed by around 15 minutes - and the situation was likely to get worse.

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