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Labour has stepped up its advertising in a crucial marginal Norfolk seat, spending five times more than the Conservatives on Facebook ads.

Families and athletes alike took part in a Santa fun run to raised money for a children's charity.

A former teacher turned drug dealer is hoping to turn her life around after being released from prison.

A woman has been billed nearly £6,500 for life-changing surgery after suffering a brain bleed in Belgium.

Three people arrested on suspicion of murder in Wisbech have been released under investigation.

Two children were released from inside a locked car by firefighters.

A woman has waited more than a year for her windows to be fixed after the council bolted them shut.

A Conservative candidate has sparked bemusement on social media with an election GIF which has her face superimposed over a child and teacher.

Nearly 20,000 homes could be built on or near high-risk flood areas across Norfolk.

More than 3,500 wheelie bins were stolen in Norfolk in the last three years, with some families resorting to social media to avoid replacement charges.

Families were given just two days to move their relatives out of a care home which was closed amid safety fears.

A man who killed his flatmate in Norwich is set to be sentenced on Friday.

A builder who charged for work he never completed has been convicted - despite an injury stopping him coming to court.

Norfolk schools are facing a £29m funding shortfall next year compared to 2015, despite political parties promising billions of pounds of more money, a union has claimed.

A builder failed to turn up to his trial on Wednesday morning after he was injured on his way to court.

A trader accused of breaching Unfair Trading Regulations is to stand trial on Wednesday.

A doctor is taking legal action against a Norwich builder after paying him £16,000 for work which he claims was never completed.

It was hailed a "massive win for the region", but passengers on the lauded Norwich in 90 trains face frequent delays and cancellations on the flagship service.

A young woman suffering from an eating disorder has been sent 400 miles away to Scotland due to a chronic bed shortage in Norfolk.

A care home is set to close after only six months due to concerns over the quality of service.

Nearly one in five shops are empty on some Norfolk and Waveney high streets, but tourist hotspots are booming.

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