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The Dream Lodge Group, which operates eight holiday parks mainly across East Anglia, promised investors a “guaranteed return” on their investment, and its collapse has left investors millions out of pocket.

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Norwich City’s players have been called into action to ensure the Canaries can meet demand for season ticket renewals, after a price freeze for a sixth consecutive season was confirmed.

When it comes to the East Anglian Derby, there is just one thing harder to recall than an Ipswich Town win - a Saturday 3pm kick-off.

Does Jordan Rhodes deserve more game time at Norwich City? It’s a question plenty of fans have been asking in the wake of the striker’s crucial equaliser at West Brom.

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There has been a drastic evolution in the Russian State Ballet of Siberia’s touring performances.

Shoppers are queuing around both branches of Tiger in the city as the chain reduces all items to £2 or less.

A Norfolk man who lay ill in bed for a year when he was a teenager was inspired by a gift from his twin brother to travel the world.

An episode of DIY SOS: The Big Build featuring the home of a Mildenhall man who was attacked by football hooligans is to air tonight.

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Joe Root commiserated with injured seamer Olly Stone after his tour of the West Indies ended on the same day his fellow bowlers filled their boots with wickets in Barbados.

Suffolk’s Mark Royal became the first seed to fall at the Just 2019 World Indoor Bowls Singles Championship after a tie-break defeat to Scott Edwards.

A new addition to the regional fight scene calendar launches next month – Road 2 Contenders.

The forecast for Snowflake Sailing Club comfortably foretold exactly what sailors found on arrival at the club and then throughout the day until they left early afternoon.

Despite very gusty conditions for Frostbites sailors, six Norfolk Dinghy helms took up the challenge and a single reef was ordered.

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The Dream Lodge Group, which operates eight holiday parks mainly across East Anglia, promised investors a “guaranteed return” on their investment, and its collapse has left investors millions out of pocket.

House prices rose across Norfolk over 2018 – going up by as much as 5.8% in Broadland despite fears of a Brexit slow-down

Lotus has revealed it is considering starting production in China.

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If you are trying to save money this month our pudding won’t break the bank.

Wednesday is National Nothing Day, a day of celebrating nothing in particular or, as Stacia Briggs suggests, perhaps taking stock that January isn’t actually that bad

Paul Beamish is the owner of two Suffolk based businesses, Ravenwood Packaging, a world leader in environmental labelling systems and Krazy Horse, the octane fuelled motorcycle and car destination dealership in Bury St Edmunds.Paul runs the Indian Motorcycle Uk flat track team and has worked with Guy Martin on a number of his Channel 4 Speed programmes. He lives with his wife Becky and two cats just outside Bury St Edmunds. He talks to Gina Long

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The impact of a late night crash has left his car torn to pieces, but TV presenter Jake Humphrey said he was thankful to escape with no serious injury.

Boat owners facing eviction by Norwich City FC have been given just four days to pack up and leave.

Editor David Powles spends a day in the life of a Norwich homeless charity to look at the work they do, cover the stories of some of the people they help and to find out about the current situation in the city.

If you have ever caught a glimpse of the old Eastern Electricity building, you have probably stopped to admire the tenacity of the graffiti artists who inscribed its walls with more than 40,000 words.

The former UKIP parliamentary candidate for Great Yarmouth claims that food banks are contributing to obesity and that the poor “cannot be bothered” to cook.