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Scene of a car crash in which a man in his 20s was killed on Mattishall Road, outside Dereham, in the early hours of Sunday morning, July 27. Pic by Ian Burt.

Tributes paid to former Gorleston student Krišs Dreimanis after crash

Tributes have been paid to a talented young athlete who was killed when his car crashed into a tree.

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Swimmers in the water at Bawsey Pits.

Safety advisers start work at dangerous Bawsey Pits as swimmers ignore warnings

Safety advisers have started monitoring Bawsey Pits as people continue to ignore warnings.

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Hunstanton cliffs and lighthouse from the air. Picture: Mike Page

Could giant nets help slow erosion at Hunstanton cliffs?

Giant netting could be placed along the base of Hunstanton cliffs - to protect the resort’s iconic lighthouse.

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The scene at Cley next the Sea after an American military helicopter crashed and another landed after the incident.
PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY

‘I saw a fireball’: Cley helicopter crash eye-witness accounts

Extracts from two of the eye-witness statements about the Cley helicopter crash.

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The service at Norwich Cathedral for Ronnie Brooks; Boxer Herbie Hide; picture by Adrian Judd

Herbie Hide lifts the lid on his life behind bars

He was jailed after admitting conspiracy to supply class A drugs, but having served his prison sentence former two-time world heavyweight boxing champion Herbie Hide lifts the lid on his time in prison, battling depression, how he views Norwich and the Sun ‘sting’ investigation. Crime correspondent PETER WALSH reports.

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A proposed byelaw could ban skateboarders like Joseph Kerr from skating in Norwich city centre. Photo by Simon Finlay.

Pledge that views will be listened to over proposed Norwich city centre skateboard ban

Skateboarders will be consulted over a controversial byelaw which would ban them from using their boards in part of Norwich city centre, council leaders have insisted.

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Obituaries See all

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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Business See all

Simon Gray. Photo: Bill Smith

Norfolk could benefit from fracking, energy industry leader claims

Norfolk’s energy industry is perfectly placed to reap the economic rewards of onshore fracking, an industry leader has said.

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Crime See all

The service at Norwich Cathedral for Ronnie Brooks; Boxer Herbie Hide; picture by Adrian Judd

Herbie Hide lifts the lid on his life behind bars

He was jailed after admitting conspiracy to supply class A drugs, but having served his prison sentence former two-time world heavyweight boxing champion Herbie Hide lifts the lid on his time in prison, battling depression, how he views Norwich and the Sun ‘sting’ investigation. Crime correspondent PETER WALSH reports.

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Politics See all

A proposed byelaw could ban skateboarders like Joseph Kerr from skating in Norwich city centre. Photo by Simon Finlay.

Pledge that views will be listened to over proposed Norwich city centre skateboard ban

Skateboarders will be consulted over a controversial byelaw which would ban them from using their boards in part of Norwich city centre, council leaders have insisted.

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Health See all

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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Education See all

The pupils at the small Brockdish Primary. Picture: Denise Bradley

Small schools: What is life like at one of Norfolk’s smallest, Brockdish Primary?

With Norfolk’s small schools under threat of closure if they do not form federations, education correspondent Martin George finds out about life in one of the very smallest.

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Swimmers in the water at Bawsey Pits.

Safety advisers start work at dangerous Bawsey Pits as swimmers ignore warnings

Safety advisers have started monitoring Bawsey Pits as people continue to ignore warnings.

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