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Cromer Carnival 2014. The Red Arrows performing above Cromer Pier.
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Photo gallery: The Red Arrows wow Cromer Carnival crowd

The North Sea, cliffs and blue sky provided a stunning backdrop for the highly-anticipated Red Arrows Cromer Carnival display today.

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A Norwich inquest heard that Mr Dunhams wife Mary had died in March.

Ex-Holt town councillor could not cope after wife’s death, inquest told

A former Holt town councillor took his own life three months after his beloved wife died, because he missed her so much, an inquest heard.

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A boat from the hunters fleet sailing on the River Bure near St Benets Abbey on the Norfolk Broads.

Picture: James Bass

As poll reveals top 25 favourite family activities in England - what are your top Norfolk simple pleasures?

As a poll has revealed the top 25 traditional family days out in the country, we are asking for your top Norfolk days out.

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66 new flats for Wherry Road in Norwich, next to the Novi Sad bridge

A new development of 66 apartments fronting the River Wensum, on a vacant site next to the Novi Sad bridge in Norwich, will finally complete the jigsaw of the wider regeneration of Wherry Road.

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Burglars steal £1,000 from Norwich house while elderly woman sleeps upstairs

Burglars ransacked a house in Norwich, stealing more than £1,000 in cash from an elderly woman.

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Martin Goymour of Banham Zoo. Photograph Simon Parker

Could Banham Zoo become a tropical research paradise?

An ambitious plan for a new tropical science discovery centre in Norfolk has been unveiled.

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Obituaries See all

John Fulton

Tributes to a power-lifting champion

A well-known Fakenham sportsman who held several world records has died at the age of 87.

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Crime See all

Burglars steal £1,000 from Norwich house while elderly woman sleeps upstairs

Burglars ransacked a house in Norwich, stealing more than £1,000 in cash from an elderly woman.

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Politics See all

Train fares rise - again...

Graphic: Campaigners call for a fare deal as rail prices are set for big rise

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Pressure has intensified on the chancellor to stop an inflation-busting fare rise for East Anglian commuters poised to endure a 3.5pc hike in their train ticket price.

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Health See all

Norman Lamb MP, pictured at Blakeney Hotel.
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Ambulance Watch: Health minister defends ambulance boss over pay criticism

A health minister leapt to the defence of the region’s ambulance boss last night by saying it would be a “disaster” if the CEO left his post because of pressure over his salary.

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Education See all

Adrian Ball, executive principal of Thetford Academy.

Ofsted reviews inspections of three Norfolk schools as Thetford Academy responds to new claims

The chief inspector of schools for England has announced a review of three Norfolk Ofsted inspections following allegations the academies received advance notice.

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The site of the proposed incinerator near Sutton Bridge. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Village to stage a poll over proposed power plants in Sutton Bridge

People living near a site of a proposed £300 million power plant in the Fens will today go to the polls to have their say on the controversial scheme.

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