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On March 22 Richard Mayes had travelled to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and agreed to turn off the life support for one son.

In December last year 26-year-old Felicity Jemmett weighed less than 29kg (4st 7lb) and had a BMI of 11.6.

A man who damaged a window of a Norwich butcher’s shop has been told he has to pay £300 compensation after magistrates ruled his motive for the attack was not racial.

A strong cannabis smell led police to carry out a raid at a Norwich address where they found three cannabis plants and seedlings growing in a bedroom, a court heard.

A shoplifter with a “horrendous record” crept into HMV, in Chapelfield shopping centre by climbing under a partly open shutter and stole nearly £90 worth of DVDs, a court heard.

Four people appeared in court following an attempted murder and aggravated burglary in Lowestoft.

Dennis and Pamela Watson had only recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary when a collision at Three Holes near Wisbech took her life.

A tearful driver has admitted causing a head-on crash that left two people with serious injuries.

John Henry Abigail was one of hundreds of Norfolk men killed at the height of the Passchendaele campaign a century ago. But alone among them he died in front of a British firing squad. Steve Snelling charts his short and tragic life.

A mother-of-two has been jailed for 21 months for an ‘extremely violent’ assault in a Lowestoft pub which left the victim blind in one eye.

A man who abandoned his two cats when he moved house and claimed they had run away has been banned from keeping animals for five years.

A group set up to bring a permanent museum to a Breckland town has been given a financial boost.

A 58-year-old man accused of attempting to abduct a nine-year-old girl from outside a supermarket in Lowestoft has been cleared after the case against him was dropped.

A 29-year-old asylum seeker who escaped persecution in Iran for being gay has been jailed for more than five years after slashing his elderly former partner in the face with broken glass in a “horrific” attack.

The inquest into the death of a man murdered in East Harling opened in Norwich this morning.

Around 70 subpostmasters from East Anglia applied to join the Group Litigation Action against the Post Office regarding allegations of bullying and intimidation.

A chain of dry cleaners has been saved after the company and its assets were bought out of liquidation.

The summer holidays are upon us and for parents this brings the terror of having to fill the days of easily bored children. However, there are plenty of things to do in Norfolk whatever the weather.

Promotion back to Division Two of the Aegon Summer County Cup was secured by the Norfolk men’s squad.

Opinion: Charlie Gard’s parents should have their wishes respected about their son’s final days, says Rachel Moore

A woman has admitted wounding a man with a knife inflicting a serious chest injury following an incident in Watson Grove, in Norwich.

A man has been cleared of raping and sexually assaulting a woman in a car park of a city hotel after she had earlier been refused entry to a nightclub for failing a breath test.

A company boss had no health and safety qualification at the time when two of his workers died in an explosion - despite being advised to go on a course in three separate audits, an inquest heard.

He has two Paralympic silver medals, one Wimbledon doubles title and a French Open singles crown in his locker already, but Cantley’s Alfie Hewett still branded his second SW19 win as a standout achievement.

Norfolk Police will be cracking down on knife crime as part of a national week-long operation.

Alfie Hewett admitted a rushed preparation almost cost him a spot in the wheelchair Wimbledon semi-finals, before he eventually found a way to win in three sets.

Two industrial workers who died in a fire at a digger bucket factory had been working in a booth dating from the 1980s with state-of-the-art new equipment, an inquest heard.

As he prepares for another shot at grand slam glory, Alfie Hewett was ‘brave’ enough to take on the challenge posed by DAVID FREEZER – and showed exactly why he’s a star of the wheelchair tennis world.

A driver caught speeding at 113mph on dual carriageway on the A140 at Scole has been given a 50-day driving ban.

A driver who was clocked driving at 128mph on the A47 at Terrington St John, in Norfolk, was given a three month driving ban after admitting to magistrates there was no excuse.

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