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Baroness Kramer visiting the Norwich Park & Ride Holdall scheme at Thickthorn. Photo: Bill Smith

Photo gallery: Minister has high praise for Norfolk’s public transport schemes

A minister has hailed Norfolk as leading the way for the rest of the country in public transport.

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A proposed shake-up could see the end to direct trains between Norwich and Liverpool. Photo: Rui Vieira/PA

Fears that rail shake-up could hit Norfolk economy

Norfolk’s economy would be dealt a blow if proposals to stop direct trains between Norwich and Liverpool go ahead, councillors have claimed.

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Should council staff pay to park at County Hall?

Staff and public could face parking charges at Norfolk County Council’s headquarters

Staff could be forced to pay to park at Norfolk County Council’s headquarters, while council bosses said it was too early to say whether the public may also face charges.

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Artist's impression of the proposed Asda at the Bally Shoe Factory in Norwich

Asda wants to double shop units and stop cut price community use of gym at long-awaited Norwich store

One of the most controversial Norwich planning applications in recent years looks set to be back on the agenda – after superstore giant Asda applied to change conditions attached when it was given permission for a city store.

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Burst water main on Norwich Road, North Walsham.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

North Walsham closed road due to re-open within the hour

A closed section of road at the major entrance into North Walsham is set to re-open imminently after a four-day closure.

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Alphorn players Helen and Neil Grundy blow their 10ft instruments at Snettisham in celebration, after villagers learned they had won their campaign to have the beach footpath declared a public right of way. Picture: Chris Bishop

Victory in Snettisham beach access row completes Norfolk coastal path

Norfolk’s coastal footpath is complete today, after villagers won their fight to have a disputed section of beach declared a public right of way.

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Peter Brooks during his time as curator of Sheringham Museum.

Peter Brooks: An authority on Sheringham’s history

Former curator of Sheringham Museum Peter Brooks has died aged 86.

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Baroness Kramer visiting the Norwich Park & Ride Holdall scheme at Thickthorn. Photo: Bill Smith

Photo gallery: Minister has high praise for Norfolk’s public transport schemes

A minister has hailed Norfolk as leading the way for the rest of the country in public transport.

Read full story »

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Tools worth £3,500 stolen from Cromer van

Thousands of pounds worth of tools were stolen from a van in north Norfolk.

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Should council staff pay to park at County Hall?

Staff and public could face parking charges at Norfolk County Council’s headquarters

Staff could be forced to pay to park at Norfolk County Council’s headquarters, while council bosses said it was too early to say whether the public may also face charges.

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Empty care home on Paul Engelhard Way, Cawston. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Owner’s pledge on Norfolk care home that has been empty for more than five years

The owner of a Norfolk care home has pledged that it will open its doors to residents by the end of the year - more than five years after it was first built.

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Eccles, Hargham and Wilby Primary school closed last Wednesday, despite a campaign by parents.

Analysis: How well do Norfolk’s small schools really perform, and how much do they really cost?

The next few years are likely to see the biggest change in the structure of Norfolk education for generations. Education correspondent Martin George analyses the numbers behind the proposals.

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Alphorn players Helen and Neil Grundy blow their 10ft instruments at Snettisham in celebration, after villagers learned they had won their campaign to have the beach footpath declared a public right of way. Picture: Chris Bishop

Victory in Snettisham beach access row completes Norfolk coastal path

Norfolk’s coastal footpath is complete today, after villagers won their fight to have a disputed section of beach declared a public right of way.

Read full story »

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