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Another whale became stranded in the sea at Old Hunstanton earlier in February. Picture: Ian Burt

A seventh whale has been reported in shallow water off the coast of Mundesley, Norfolk this morning.

Linda Lincoln and Ken Lincoln. Picture: East Anglia News Service.

Hundreds of people attended a memorial service for a Norfolk couple who died of suspected gas poisoning in their home in Cyprus.

Eric, who bolted after being attacked by another dog at Browns in Mundford

A holidaying family whose pet dog bolted after a savage attack by another dog have thanked a “fantastic community” after an outpouring of help to find him.

The cliffs and beach area on the edge of the Potters Leisure Resort in Hopton.
Proposed coastal protection scheme. 
February 2016.

Picture: James Bass

A multi-million pound plan to protect the coastline at Hopton will be discussed by Great Yarmouth borough councillors this evening.

The burnt out car on Quebec Road, Norwich. Photo: Submitted

Police are investigating after a car was deliberately set on fire off Kett’s Hill in Norwich.

An investigation into a Norfolk-based website which left some 1,800 charities out of pocket is still ongoing, two-and-a-half years after it was launched.

Paul Easter filming for the sequel with his dog Shuck.

It is a legend that has haunted East Anglia since the middle ages. And now the tale of the ferocious hell hound Black Shuck is being brought to life in a film.

Queens Hill, Costessey. Picture: Mike Page

A call for a new Queen’s Hills parish council cost taxpayers more than £3,500, a Freedom of Information (FOI) request has revealed.

Maciej Kuzma is pictured at Bury Magistrates Court.

A persistent “pest” who became jealous when his friend started talking to other men launched a bizarre campaign of harassment against her, a court heard.

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The burnt out car on Quebec Road, Norwich. Photo: Submitted

Police are investigating after a car was deliberately set on fire off Kett’s Hill in Norwich.

Health

The Campaign to Save Mental Health Services in Norfolk and Suffolk protest taking place in Norwich centre in January 2016. Photo: Steve Adams

The practice of sending mentally ill people long distances for treatment should end, a commission has said, as experts branded some services “potentially dangerous”.

Business

Thompson travel and Frist Choice are companies part of TUI Travel's portfolio. .  Picture date: Monday January 31 , 2011. Photo: Rui Vieira/PA Photo.

Thomson and First Choice owner TUI said summer holiday bookings to Turkey had slumped by 40pc after recent terrorist attacks.

Education

Norfolk teachers do not have confidence in Ofsted, according to an EDP survey. Photo: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Ofsted has received an overwhelming vote of no confidence from Norfolk teachers in an exclusive EDP survey.

Politics

A previous debate in Westminster Hall where today's debate on social mobility will happen today. PA Wire

The poor prospects of the most disadvantaged children in the region will be debated in parliament today.

Environment

Another whale became stranded in the sea at Old Hunstanton earlier in February. Picture: Ian Burt

A seventh whale has been reported in shallow water off the coast of Mundesley, Norfolk this morning.

Tech

Steve Maine chief executive of WiSpire.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Broadband users in the hardest-to-reach areas continue to suffer from poor speeds amid a lack of competition and an emphasis on fibre networks, the boss of a Norwich-based broadband company Wispire has told MPs.

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