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This photo of Hemsby student Hannah Witheridge, 23, has been released by her family who said she was a loving young woman who

Hannah Witheridge murder: Beloved daughter back home as father of murdered David Miller speaks out

The family of murdered Hannah Witheridge has returned home with the body of their ‘beautiful’ daughter - as the father of fellow holidaymaker David Miller has spoken out about the case.

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Darryl Davis of City of Norwich AC, who died suddenly during the Round Norfolk Relay on September 20, 2014.

Tributes paid to runner who died while competing in the Round Norfolk Relay

Tributes have been paid to a “modest and popular” runner who collapsed and died while taking part in the Round Norfolk Relay on Saturday.

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Wensum Street, Norwich. Photo: Steve Adams

Man taken to hospital with abdomen wound after serious assault in Norwich

A man in his 20s was taken to hospital with a wound to his abdomen after being seriously assaulted in a Norwich alleyway yesterday afternoon.

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Work has started to build a £19m care village at Three Score in Bowthorpe to  help cope with the dementia timebomb Norfolk is facing. Photo: NPS

Work on £19m ‘care village’ near Norwich, which will create 118 jobs, gets underway

Work has begun to build a £19m ‘care village’ on the edge of Norwich - to help the increasing number of people in the county who have dementia.

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Norwich Police close residential streets near Prince of Wales road to help residents who are woken by taxis.

Norwich road closures start to help those living near Prince of Wales Road

A new drive to cut alcohol-related violence and anti-social behaviour in the heart of Norwich started at the weekend with the introduction of road closures and extra policing.

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George Freeman, Mid Norfolk MP.

Battle for better Norfolk broadband and mobile phone coverage goes to Westminster

The fight for better broadband and mobile phone coverage across Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire will today be taken to Westminster - with a call to close the digital divide and get the region connected.

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Tony Money, former head of English at Neatherd High School in Dereham, who died on Sunday, September 14, 2014

Tributes to inspirational Dereham teacher

Tributes have been paid to an inspirational teacher who died on Sunday after losing his battle with pancreatic cancer.

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This photo of Hemsby student Hannah Witheridge, 23, has been released by her family who said she was a loving young woman who

Hannah Witheridge murder: Beloved daughter back home as father of murdered David Miller speaks out

The family of murdered Hannah Witheridge has returned home with the body of their ‘beautiful’ daughter - as the father of fellow holidaymaker David Miller has spoken out about the case.

Read full story »

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Work has started to build a £19m care village at Three Score in Bowthorpe to  help cope with the dementia timebomb Norfolk is facing. Photo: NPS

Work on £19m ‘care village’ near Norwich, which will create 118 jobs, gets underway

Work has begun to build a £19m ‘care village’ on the edge of Norwich - to help the increasing number of people in the county who have dementia.

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Health See all

A sports day was held at Heritage House in Wells - Alan Roder takes part in the event. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Competition launched to celebrate the best projects that bring schoolchildren and older people together in Norfolk

Community groups and schools that work with older people in Norfolk are being urged to a enter a new competition with a £5,000 prize fund.

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Norwich City midfielder Jonny Howson with children at Hethersett Old Hall School fete.

Norwich City star donates shirts to Hethersett school’s delayed fete

A school showed how perseverance will get you there in the end after putting on its annual fete four months later than planned.

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King’s Lynn man jailed for waving a knife around in the town centre

A judge warned that anyone who produced a knife in a public place was likely to get immediate custody after he jailed a man for 12 months, for waving a knife in King’s Lynn town centre after he had been drinking.

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