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Police helicopter assists search in Norwich

A police helicopter is currently out over the Golden Triangle area of Norwich.

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Norfolk company found not guilty of corporate manslaughter after worker was electrocuted

A Norfolk flower firm has today been found not guilty of corporate manslaughter but guilty of failing to ensure the safety of an employee at Norwich Crown Court after a worker was electrocuted.

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Feature on the 40th anniversary of the Norfolk Coast as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Cliffs between Overstrand and Cromer.
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Stunning 25-mile stretch of Norfolk’s coast to be opened up to walkers

A 25-mile stretch of the Norfolk coast will soon open to ramblers, becoming part of the longest natural trail in England it has been announced.

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The Timberhill entrance to Castle Mall.
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Teenager admits hoax bomb threat at Norwich’s Castle Mall shopping centre

A city teenager could be facing jail after pleading guilty to making a hoax bomb threat concerning Norwich’s Castle Mall shopping centre.

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Olive Maisie Browning-Beales with Foo Foo - the soft toy rabbit she lost in Norwich on 14/04/2012

Can you help reunite toddler Olive Maisie with her beloved bunny?

The parents of distraught two-year-old Olive Maisie are appealing for help in finding Foo Foo, her soft toy rabbit, lost in the centre of Norwich yesterday.

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Irene Curran died following a crash at Ingoldisthorpe.

Woman sentenced following fatal crash in Ingoldisthorpe

A woman has been sentenced to a 12 month community order and disqualified from driving for a year after admitting causing death by careless driving.

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RACHEL AND ARMANDO ADRIANO (RIGHT) WITH CHEF BARIS GAVRIEL AND WAITER FRANCO TRAINI CELEBRATE THE TRATTORIA'S 20TH ANNIVERSARY.

Armando ‘Andy’ Adriano: Norwich restaurateur was perfect ‘Mine Host’

Former Norwich restaurateur Armando ‘Andy’ Adriano, who introduced thousands of customers to authentic Italian cuisine, has died, aged 74.

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Staff at Mears Care in King's Lynn are collecting and sending boxes for troops stationed abroad - From left, Linda Roberts, Chrissie Mitchell and Penny Ahmed. Picture: Matthew Usher.

King’s Lynn care firm Mears collecting treats for RAF Marham II(AC) Squadron out in Afghanistan

Staff and clients of a care provider are collecting parcels for our boys and girls in Afghanistan.

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Police helicopter assists search in Norwich

A police helicopter is currently out over the Golden Triangle area of Norwich.

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Picture shows: Lake Lothing looking towards Lowestoft Harbour and town. Picture: MIKE PAGE.

Update: Council leader hails landmark Lowestoft Conference

Bringing Lowestoft Together – more than 200 people attended a landmark public event in town today to discuss key economic issues and priorities.

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Health See all

At the official launch of Norfolk Deaf Association's new mobile clinic are, left to right, Holden Group chief executive Tim Holden, NDA chairman Tony Innes and health minister and Norfolk Norfolk MP Norman Lamb. Picture: Andy Russell.

Two Norfolk clinics for hard of hearing opened by Norman Lamb

Two new community hearing clinics have been officially launched with Norfolk Deaf Association (NDA) by North Norfolk MP and health minister Norman Lamb.

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Education See all

Jennifer Battle is heading off to Fiji to help others; Photo credit: Submitted.

Bradwell student’s sponsorship search to help teach children in Fiji

A Norfolk student is gearing up for an experience of a lifetime ahead of a charity trip to Fiji.

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Norfolk company found not guilty of corporate manslaughter after worker was electrocuted

A Norfolk flower firm has today been found not guilty of corporate manslaughter but guilty of failing to ensure the safety of an employee at Norwich Crown Court after a worker was electrocuted.

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