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Aylsham High School is mourning the death of teacher, Catherine Cartwright.   Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

School mourns death of much-loved teacher

A school community is mourning the loss of one of its teachers after her death.

M&Co in Newmarket high street, which is earmarked for closure  Picture: GOOGLEMAPS

Fashion retailer set to axe town store as it tightens its belt

City eateries will be free to use outdoor space for al-fresco dining and drinking in a bit to boost businesses following the impact of the coronavirus lockdown. Photo: Denise Bradley

Video ‘We don’t live in Spain’ - noise concerns over new al-fresco dining policies

Scott Wolfe, who was jailed for an online nutrition scam, posing with one of the cars bought during the fraud. Photo: Norfolk County Council Trading Standards

Self-styled lord who ripped off students could have hidden assets in Mauritius, court hears

One of the Norwich-City themed face masks sold by indepemdent fan group Along Come Norwich. Picture: Along Come Norwich

City fans help raise thousands for local causes - by buying face masks

Norwich Magistrates' Court. Picture: BRITTANY WOODMAN

Man who claimed to be a police officer charged with £127k fraud

Chris Cobb, chief operating officer at the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital. Pic: Archant

Norfolk hospital preparing for second coronavirus wave in late September, meeting hears

More than £34,000 worth of diesel has been stolen from a business premises in Estuary Road. Picture: Google Maps

Thieves steal £34,000 worth of diesel from business in King’s Lynn

The Scorpion East branch of the specialised drug unit was involved in the raids. Picture: Suffolk Constabulary

Two arrested with cash and drugs seized following raids

A busy south Lowestoft beach as thousands flocked to the east coast on the hottest day of the year. Picture: Mick Howes

Two east coast destinations in Airbnb’s top 10 most popular for staycations

Border Force officers boarded a yacht moored at Southwold Harbour  Picture: MICHAEL STEWARD

Two men charged in Southwold people smuggling investigation

New Market, in Beccles, has been closed to traffic in a bid to help social distancing. PHOTO: Sonya Duncan

Changes to town centre pedestrianisation delayed to find best solution

The windows of the Poundstretcher store in Great Yarmouth were smashed on Sunday night. A man was arrested at the scene Picture:Liz Coates

Man in court over Poundstretcher attack

Linda McCartneys in Fakenham is recruiting 80 new people to join the team. Picture: ARCHANT

80 new jobs as factory starts overnight production to feed veggie demand

Paula and Andrew Hancock, along with their cat Shortcake, toast a year since they scooped a £1 million lottery scratchcard prize win, at The Pumping House in Ollerton, Nottinghamshire. PA Photo. Picture date: Tuesday August 4, 2020. The couple have been forced to trade in a world tour for campervan trips to Great Yarmouth and Harrogate due to the coronavirus lockdown. See PA story LOTTERY Cat. Photo credit should read: Jacob King/PA Wire

Scratchcard millionaires trade world tour for campervan trip to Great Yarmouth

Norwich Crown Court. PICTURE: Jamie Honeywood

Woman denies causing serious injury by dangerous driving

Police appealing for witnesses after around 40 tonnes of hay bales set on fire.  Picture: Ian Burt

Firefighters spend more than six hours fighting hay blaze after suspected arson

An inquest has been held into the death of Love Island presenter Caroline Flack. Miss Flack pictured at a book signing at WH Smith in Norwich in 2015. Picture Denise Bradley.

Caroline Flack’s mother was threatened with arrest over daughter’s treatment by prosecutors, inquest hears

A resident who left a pile of household waste next to a public bin in Thetford has been fined £300 for fly tipping by Breckland Council.

Fly-tipper who dumped rubbish pile next to public bin fined £300

This four-bedroom farmhouse in Attleborough is for sale at a guide price of £700,000 and offers plenty of opportunity for those looking to renovate. Picture: Savills

19th century Norfolk farmhouse and barn with planning consent goes up for sale for £700,000

Tom Gaskin, KindaKafe general manager, and tour guide Lisa Willett, in the 'hidden street' below Castle Meadow, where the Hidden History tours have restarted. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Video Tours return to Norwich’s hidden street likened to Diagon Alley

Rye loaves being baked at a new Bake School off the A12 in Darsham  Picture: TWO MAGPIES

Bakers launch stand-alone school from Suffolk base

City College Norwich works with employers of all sizes across Norfolk to build a better trained and qualified workforce and a stronger and more dynamic business community, offering everything from A levels and apprenticeships to vocational and professional degrees   Picture: Andi Sapey

Norfolk Business Awards: Large businesses can help make Norfolk a better place to live and work

The Fletcher 14 speedboat, which was stolen along with its trailer in Langley in the early hours of Sunday, August 2. Norfolk Police

Speedboat and trailer stolen in overnight theft

Trainee RAF Regiment gunners from Mekitila Flight take part in section attack drills on the 8th July 2020 at STANTA Ranges as part of there final assement before graduation. Picture: SAC Jamie Ledge

22 training days of live firing and aircraft flying planned at Norfolk military bases

T Rex play West Runton Pavilion in 1977. Picture: Deborah Loads

Fights, spitting and a drummer setting fire to himself - tales of Norfolk venue which hosted T Rex

Police are seeking witnesses to an incident of dangerous driving that happened on Normanston Drive in Lowestoft on Friday, July 24. Picture: Google Images

Updated Girl ‘shaken’ following dangerous driving incident

Firefighters were called to a commercial building fire on Moulton Road in Tivetshall St Margaret, near Long Stratton. Picture: Google Street View

Man taken to hospital after late-night factory blaze

The scene at the Pakefield Road car park in Lowestoft on August 5 after the Travellers had moved on. Pictures: Archant

Updated Travellers move on from ‘unauthorised encampment’ at car park

Norwich Street in Fakenham is open again after being as part of North Norfolk District Councils You Are Welcome campaign. Picture: Aaron McMillan

‘It’s definitely improved’ - Businesses speak of relief as main road reopens

A 180-metre photographic installation will be unveiled around land at the back of the former Town Hall at Compass Street, Mariners Street and Jubilee Way in Lowestoft as plans for the site are developed. Picture: Google Images

New artwork to ‘showcase and celebrate’ coastal town

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City eateries will be free to use outdoor space for al-fresco dining and drinking in a bid to boost businesses following the impact of the coronavirus lockdown.

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A Norwich City fan group has raised thousands of pounds for local charities through selling Canaries-themed masks – much to the surprise and delight of its founders.

There are certain rules to being a football fan. One of them is that you must not sit on the fence.

Ondrej Duda does not regret his loan stint at Norwich City.

Academy winger Simon Power will remain with King’s Lynn Town for their National League adventure, becoming the second Norwich City player to join Ian Culverhouse’s squad ahead of the new season.

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A local music label is set to bring some new events to Norwich along with a great new studio deal for up and coming musicians.

From stories of executions to secret tunnels, you can once again explore Norwich’s underground street as it has reopened up for tours with social distancing measures in place.

A new market is to be held in the Norwich Theatre Royal car park to help support traders which have suffered during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Droves of new jobs have been created at a Norfolk factory following a shift in the public’s consumption from meat to vegetarian and vegan products.

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An increasingly rare opportunity to renovate a 19th century farmhouse has become available in Attleborough at a guide price of £700,000.

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