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Thomas and Mercedes Hood with Akmal Hussain getting ready to open the Aroma coffee & wine bar in Upper King Street. Photo: Bill Smith

Could new city coffee and wine bar be just 
your cup of tea?

Fancy drinking coffee until midnight on Fridays and Saturdays? Then a new coffee/wine bar that’s opening next month in Norwich city centre might be your cup of tea.

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North Walsham High School GCSE results day. Left to right, Kate Tebble, Freddie Gatfield, Lauren Meiszner, Eleanor Bridges, Nathan Price.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Photo gallery: Norfolk GCSE results remain static in a year of volatility

The proportion of Norfolk teenagers who achieved the government’s GCSE gold standard has remained static in a year which saw a sharp fall in English results across the country.

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Daniel Gore, who is the East of England Ambulance Service's new transformation director and assistant chief ambulance officer.

Ambulance Watch: 999 trust hires second assistant chief to help turn around performance

Ambulance bosses have made their second assistant chief appointment in seven months in a bid to turn around the fortunes of the under-performing East of England NHS trust.

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Flooding on Beatrice Road, Norwich. Picture: Dani Cameron

Extra help made available to help flash flooding victims in Norwich

Norwich residents affected by a series of summer storms and downpours are set to get a boost after £10,000 was awarded to help flash flooding victims.

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Lisa Pollini, whose body was found at Whitlingham Lake on April 1

Inquest into death of woman at Whitlingham Lake, near Norwich

A woman’s body was found in Whitlingham Lake, near Norwich, 14 days after she was discharged from a psychiatric hospital, an inquest heard.

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Suspected bank raid at TSB bank in Holt. 
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

“We don’t expect things like this to happen.” - Hunt is on for older man who attempted to rob a Holt bank

Police are on the hunt for an man in his 60s or 70s today after an attempted robbery in an historic town centre bank.

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John Fulton

Tributes to a power-lifting champion

A well-known Fakenham sportsman who held several world records has died at the age of 87.

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Suspected bank raid at TSB bank in Holt. 
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

“We don’t expect things like this to happen.” - Hunt is on for older man who attempted to rob a Holt bank

Police are on the hunt for an man in his 60s or 70s today after an attempted robbery in an historic town centre bank.

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Politics See all

An artist's impression of what the future could hold for RAF Coltishall plans. Photo: Supplied

Bid for new factory at RAF Coltishall site

Council leaders have welcomed a planning application from a company which wants to start up a factory in a hanger at the former RAF Coltishall air base.

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Daniel Gore, who is the East of England Ambulance Service's new transformation director and assistant chief ambulance officer.

Ambulance Watch: 999 trust hires second assistant chief to help turn around performance

Ambulance bosses have made their second assistant chief appointment in seven months in a bid to turn around the fortunes of the under-performing East of England NHS trust.

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Education See all

North Walsham High School GCSE results day. Left to right, Kate Tebble, Freddie Gatfield, Lauren Meiszner, Eleanor Bridges, Nathan Price.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Photo gallery: Norfolk GCSE results remain static in a year of volatility

The proportion of Norfolk teenagers who achieved the government’s GCSE gold standard has remained static in a year which saw a sharp fall in English results across the country.

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The Custom House surrounded by flood water during the December surge. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Logs reveal how close King’s Lynn came to flooding durign December storm surge

Officials feared King’s Lynn’s flood defences would be overwhelmed, as last December’s storm surge tore down the North Sea towards Norfolk, newly released documents show.

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