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Police at the scene of the accident on Dereham Road, Norwich where a teenager and a seven-year-old child were hit by a car.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Teenager and child hit by car in Norwich

A teenager and a child have been hit by a car this morning.

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Police Officers. Picture: Ian Burt

Man, 32, suffers broken jaw after argument outside Thetford kebab shop

A man who intervened in an argument outside a kebab shop was knocked out, breaking his jaw.

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RAF rescue helicopter and ambulances at the scene of the 1981 Wessex 60 crash.

Helicopter crash left families without fathers, sons, brothers and husbands

After a memorial commemorating the 13 men who died in a helicopter crash near Happisburgh in 1981 was unveiled last month, Lauren Cope looks at the daily struggle their loved ones face to move on.

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Ryan Sweatman's family get together for his birthday, wearing their green and yellow wristbands in memory of him. Mum, Gina Weston and dad, Paul Sweatman, with sisters Holly Sweatman, left, and Carly Fryman, and brother Danny Sweatman. Picture: Denise Bradley

Norfolk mother’s quest to raise awareness about meningitis

A woman who has lost two sons to meningitis is urging people to make sure they know the symptoms of this deadly disease. As Meningitis Awareness Week starts today, Gina Weston, from Coltishall, shares in her own words her family’s story, and highlights why the work of the Meningitis Research Foundation is so vital in the fight against the disease.

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Young talent takes a bow at the Cromer slam night. Picture; SUBMITTED

Photo gallery: Young talent impresses at Cromer slam night

Young talent took to the stage at Cromer Community Centre when it held a Slam Night.

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Protestors held a rally outside Carlton Court hospital to voice concerns over cuts to mental health services in Waveney and Great Yarmouth.

Demonstrators gather outside Carlton Court to protest at mental health cuts

Campaigners have held a demonstration outside Carlton Court hospital to voice concerns over the future of mental health services in Waveney and Great Yarmouth.

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Feature on Oulton Broad South station and that was saved despite the Beeching report. Albert Godfrey who still lives in the old Station house.

Tributes paid to railway man and campaigner

Albert Godfrey died on Sunday, August 30, aged 88.

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Police Officers. Picture: Ian Burt

Man, 32, suffers broken jaw after argument outside Thetford kebab shop

A man who intervened in an argument outside a kebab shop was knocked out, breaking his jaw.

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Politics See all

Police and Crime Commissioner Stephen Bett in the control room at Wymondham HQ. Photo: Bill Smith

Norfolk PCC Stephen Bett defends his role after Lib Dems pledge to scrap police and crime commissioners

Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner (PCC) found himself at the centre of a row last night, after coalition politicians pledged to scrap the controversial post.

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Ryan Sweatman's family get together for his birthday, wearing their green and yellow wristbands in memory of him. Mum, Gina Weston and dad, Paul Sweatman, with sisters Holly Sweatman, left, and Carly Fryman, and brother Danny Sweatman. Picture: Denise Bradley

Norfolk mother’s quest to raise awareness about meningitis

A woman who has lost two sons to meningitis is urging people to make sure they know the symptoms of this deadly disease. As Meningitis Awareness Week starts today, Gina Weston, from Coltishall, shares in her own words her family’s story, and highlights why the work of the Meningitis Research Foundation is so vital in the fight against the disease.

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Education See all

Headteachers Brian Conway, left, Notre Dame High School, and Adrian La Chapelle, St Augustines Primary School, who were contestants on the quiz show Pointless.

Norwich headteachers celebrate Pointless quiz show win

A headteacher has talked of his shock after he and a fellow head won more than £3,000 on the BBC quiz show Pointless.

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Paul and Barbara Thurtell, fromSheringham, with their Jaguar, which was voted best in show at the first King's Lynn Classic Car Show.

Sheringham couple’s pride and joy wins best in show at the first-ever King’s Lynn Classic Car Show.

Thousands attended the classic car show, which was part of Lynn’s annual Heritage Open Day.

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