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Police at the scene of the crash on the A47. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Police are appealing for information following a crash which killed a third motorist on Norfolk’s roads in as many days.

March Scouts, Left: James Richardson, Phil Richardson and Aaron Spencer. Picture: Steve Williams.

Two courageous scouts have spoken of how they saved a boy’s life when strong winds blew his inflatable boat out to sea off the Norfolk coast.

John Newman live at Sundown Festival 2014 - Paul Bayfield

Tens of thousands of music lovers will be enjoying one of the last festivals of the season this weekend, as Sundown Festival returns to Norwich.

Doeke Dobma of Clinks Care Farm, Toft Monks, Beccles.

An East Anglian farmer has invited a group of refugees to pay a visit next week and pick produce grown on his land.

Mervyn Taylor from Clint Green, Yaxham. Picture: Submitted.

A university technician who killed a Norfolk grandfather by pulling out straight into the path of his motorbike has been spared jail by a Scottish court.

Norwich cannabis factory find. PIC: Norfolk police.

A man has been arrested after a cannabis factory was discovered in Norwich.

Typhoons over Norwich on Tuesday. Photo: Chris Skipper

The RAF has apologised after three jets performed air combat manoeuvres over Norwich.

The Forum housing the Millennium Library in Norwich. Generic night photograph

Departments at County Hall have been asked to identify 25pc cuts over three years to help save £111m. What would that mean for the services we rely on?

The Luxe tree feller

The cameras rolled for a film of their own at the Luxe Cinema in Wisbech when a man pulled down one of their trees outside the venue in what management have jokingly called an “unauthorised lumberjacking”.

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Crime

Norwich cannabis factory find. PIC: Norfolk police.

A man has been arrested after a cannabis factory was discovered in Norwich.

Health

Ian Duffy, a patient at Norfolk Community Health and Care Trust.

We all sometimes experience that annoying feeling of not being able to remember something, but can you imagine having most of your short-term memory wiped?

Business

Pace of services sector growth is slowing. Picture submitted.

Britain’s economic growth is expected to slow in the third quarter after the powerhouse services sector grew at its weakest pace for more than two years in August, according to new figures.

Education

Regional schools commissioner Tim Coulson predicted more Norfolk primary schools will become academies. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

The summer holiday was an unusually busy period for education news. As pupils prepare to start the new school year today, here is a round up of 10 important stories you may have missed over the break.

Politics

Conservative Norwich North MP Chloe Smith. Photo: Steve Adams

There’s an extremely serious vote coming up in Parliament: on Assisted Dying. Readers may shudder at this – it’s a hard one. We think of what we would want for our loved ones or ourselves.

Environment

Doeke Dobma of Clinks Care Farm, Toft Monks, Beccles.

An East Anglian farmer has invited a group of refugees to pay a visit next week and pick produce grown on his land.

Tech

Contactless payment app Droplet's Steffen Aquarone, Aimee Keeble and Christian King who are launching a reward programme for independant traders in Norwich. Photo : Steve Adams

Shoppers will soon be able to earn “Norwich Points” when they eat and drink and buy from the city’s independent retailers.

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