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Fire fighters and police attended a straw bale blaze on the outskirts of Dereham. Photo: Norfolk police/ @DCODarrenTaylor

More than 30 straw bales were torched in a suspected arson on the outskirts of Dereham.

The Red Arrows arrive at Norwich Airport to prepare for the Clacton Airshow. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

The Red Arrows are staying in Norwich, while the Vulcan XH558 bomber flew over RAF Lakenheath today.

Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service

Fire fighters were called after three people got “accidentally locked in a room” in Chedgrave, the service has said.

Visitors enjoying last year's Halesworth Antiques Street Market.

The annual Antiques Street Market will be returning to Halesworth on Sunday for the 23rd year, once again raising money for the East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA).

Cleeve Hutson with one of the Lego models at The Toy Box in Beccles.

Youngsters from Beccles and beyond have been putting their building skills to the test in a competition to design their own house.

A fisherman watches the wherry Hathor sailing on the River Thurne. Picture: James Bass

WWF-UK, the Angling Trust and Fish Legal have joined forces to launch a legal challenge after accusing Defra and the Environment Agency of failing to protect our “most precious rivers” from agricultural pollution.

Yvette Cooper will visit Norwich tomorrow Peter Byrne/PA Wire

Yvette Cooper will be the latest leadership hopeful to pitch up in Norwich to scoop up undecided voters in her quest take the Labour Party top job.

Three vehicles crashed on the A146 at Barnby in Suffolk this afternoon.

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Fire fighters and police attended a straw bale blaze on the outskirts of Dereham. Photo: Norfolk police/ @DCODarrenTaylor

More than 30 straw bales were torched in a suspected arson on the outskirts of Dereham.

Health

Norfolk Youth Council members Rachel Bird, Mark Brown, Meghan Teviotdale and Jordan Morris who are fundraising to go on a trip to Canada for a mental health conference. 
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Two young Norwich patients who have suffered from depression and psychotic episodes as teenagers are calling for more education to be provided in schools to help people better understand mental health.

Business

KSD welders

A Great Yarmouth fabrication company is poised to double its workforce after winning a contract worth nearly £1m.

Education

The government has announced headline figures from this year's end-of-primary-school exams.

Norfolk has seen a minor improvement in the proportion of children reaching the expected standard in reading, writing and maths by the time they leave primary school.

Politics

Yvette Cooper will visit Norwich tomorrow Peter Byrne/PA Wire

Yvette Cooper will be the latest leadership hopeful to pitch up in Norwich to scoop up undecided voters in her quest take the Labour Party top job.

Environment

A fisherman watches the wherry Hathor sailing on the River Thurne. Picture: James Bass

WWF-UK, the Angling Trust and Fish Legal have joined forces to launch a legal challenge after accusing Defra and the Environment Agency of failing to protect our “most precious rivers” from agricultural pollution.

Tech

Professor Rob Field, from the John Innes Centre in Norwich.

Garden ponds could be a surprising source for new medical discoveries, according to Norwich scientists.

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