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The newly-installed barriers on the A11 which the A11 Riders Action Group are campaigning against.  Picture: Matthew Usher.

Norwich city centre sees 250-strong motorcycle protest over A11 barriers

The centre of Norwich saw 250 motorcyclists take to the road to protest a controversial motorway barrier today.

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The Queen Mary steam engine after if broke down on the A11 in Thetford.

VIDEO: Steam engine breaks down on A11 at Thetford - recovery taking place

A steam engine built in the 1910s has broken down on the A11 at Thetford, partially blocking the road.

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Emergency services were called to a crash on the A12.

Update: Two people taken to hospital after A12 crash, near Southwold

Two people were taken to hospital this afternoon following a two vehicle crash on the A12 near Southwold.

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Fuel prices are falling faster in Norfolk than anywhere else.

Graphic: Payback time at the pumps across Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire as prices fall to their lowest for four years

East Anglian drivers are finally getting a feel good factor on the forecourts, with fuel prices across the region falling faster than anywhere else in the UK.

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Club chairman Alan Bowkett and chief executive David McNally present Norwich City's accounts at Carrow Road. Photo: Bill Smith

Video: Norwich City’s ‘healthy’ finances set up club for January spending

Norwich City manager Neil Adams will be handed the financial fire power to buy new players in the January transfer window after the club was handed a clean bill of health in its annual accounts.

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EDP People's Choice winners Pasco-Q Kevlin from Norwich Arts Centre and John Baker from The Voice Project with EDP arts correspondent Emma Knights at the 2014 Norfolk Arts Awards during the Hostry Festival.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Photo gallery: Stars of the arts honoured in the 2014 Norfolk Arts Awards

Stars of our county’s arts scene have been honoured at an awards ceremony celebrating Norfolk’s champions of culture.

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Colin Carver

Tributes to Norfolk businessman

Tributes have been paid to a businessman who developed a successful East Anglian fruit and vegetable company.

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Chief inspector Chris Spinks' road police team will be carrying out roadside checks in Norfolk and Suffolk in a bid to reduce crashes as the nights get darker.Photo: Bill Smith

Police roadside checks in Norfolk and Suffolk as clocks go back on Sunday

Police will be carrying out roadside checks in Norfolk and Suffolk in a bid to reduce crashes as the nights get darker.

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Conservative prospective parliamentary candidate Ann Steward launches election campaign at Sheringham Community Centre. Picture: SABAH MEDDINGS

Ann Steward focuses on small businesses, apprenticeships and mobile phone coverage at campaign launch for north Norfolk parliamentary seat

Small businesses, apprenticeships and mobile phone coverage were top of Conservative prospective parliamentary candidate Ann Steward’s agenda at her election campaign launch in north Norfolk today.

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Baby Phyllisty Ramm from Dereham, suffers from sleep apnoea. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Parents of poorly Dereham tot shocked by sleep results

A sleep study conducted on little Phyllisity Ramm showed a shocking 88 episodes of not breathing in just one night, her parents have revealed.

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Chloe Smith cuts the ribbon to reopen the refurbished Once Upon a Time nursery school on Constitution Hill in Norwich. Photo: Bill Smith

Norwich nursery re-opens after £90,000 grant funds refurbishment

A nursery has celebrated its re-opening after a £90,000 grant from the Norfolk Community Foundation supported its refurbishment.

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Fuel prices are falling faster in Norfolk than anywhere else.

Graphic: Payback time at the pumps across Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire as prices fall to their lowest for four years

East Anglian drivers are finally getting a feel good factor on the forecourts, with fuel prices across the region falling faster than anywhere else in the UK.

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