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A greylag goose has adopted a flock of sheep in Ingoldisthorpe as its new family. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Photo gallery: Meet the Norfolk goose that thinks it’s a sheep - can ewe help us find it a new home?

A greylag goose has been adopted by a flock of sheep, instead of flying off to far-flung shores on migration.

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John Reed with his metal detector, who found a ring in a field in South Norfolk. Picture: Denise Bradley

Wealthy landowner’s gold mourning ring found in south Norfolk by metal sleuth

A ring belonging to a wealthy 16th- century Londoner and former Sheriff of Norfolk, who owned the land where Buckingham Palace now stands, has been found in a south Norfolk field.

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Emergency services dealt with a crash on the Acle Straight.

A47 Acle Straight blocked after car crashes into ditch

The A47 on the Acle Straight has been partially blocked after a car went into a ditch.

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David Freeman next to the war memorial on the River Green at Thorpe St Andrew in 2011.

Thorpe St Andrew nuclear test veteran speaks of defect fears, after PM gives hope to families

A nuclear test veteran has spoken of his fear that each new member of his family will have some defect because of his exposure to radiation in the 1950s.

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Police were called to a crash on the A149 at King's Lynn.

Crash blocks A149 at King’s Lynn

Drivers are facing delays in King’s Lynn after a three-vehicle crash partially blocked the A149 this morning.

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Gary Page, chairman of the Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust.

Recruitment boost for Norfolk and Suffolk mental health trust

Mental health bosses have declared that more than half of their 400 vacancies will be filled by the summer following a recruitment campaign.

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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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John Reed with his metal detector, who found a ring in a field in South Norfolk. Picture: Denise Bradley

Wealthy landowner’s gold mourning ring found in south Norfolk by metal sleuth

A ring belonging to a wealthy 16th- century Londoner and former Sheriff of Norfolk, who owned the land where Buckingham Palace now stands, has been found in a south Norfolk field.

Read full story »

Politics See all

David Freeman next to the war memorial on the River Green at Thorpe St Andrew in 2011.

Thorpe St Andrew nuclear test veteran speaks of defect fears, after PM gives hope to families

A nuclear test veteran has spoken of his fear that each new member of his family will have some defect because of his exposure to radiation in the 1950s.

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Health See all

Gary Page, chairman of the Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust.

Recruitment boost for Norfolk and Suffolk mental health trust

Mental health bosses have declared that more than half of their 400 vacancies will be filled by the summer following a recruitment campaign.

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Education See all

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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Police were called to a crash on the A149 at King's Lynn.

Crash blocks A149 at King’s Lynn

Drivers are facing delays in King’s Lynn after a three-vehicle crash partially blocked the A149 this morning.

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