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A nine-year-old girl has described her grandfather as a hero after he helped to pull Prince Philip out of his overturned car following a crash.

The installation of speed cameras on the road where the Duke of Edinburgh was involved in a crash was put on hold - against the wishes of Norfolk’s chief constable - because county councillors raised concerns.

The Duke of Edinburgh has received a replacement vehicle less than 24 hours after his car was destroyed in a crash in Sandringham.

Just moments before the accident, Thornham couple Roy and Victoria Warne were in high spirits after receiving good news from the hospital.

Buckingham Palace has said that the Duke of Edinburgh visited hospital after he was involved in a car crash near the Sandringham estate.

Glass from a smashed window and fragments of wing mirrors were the only remaining signs of the Duke’s crash in West Norfolk on Friday.

New speed cameras are to be introduced on the road where the Duke of Edinburgh was involved in a car crash.

Police have confirmed a nine-month-old baby boy was inside a car which collided with the Duke of Edinburgh’s land rover.

Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner has said he often feels as though he is taking his life in his hands when using the same road on which the Duke of Edinburgh was involved in a crash.

The Duke of Edinburgh’s car crash near King’s Lynn was not his first prang in East Anglia.

Speed cameras and a speed restriction could be put in place in an accident hot spot where the Duke of Edinburgh’s car overturned in a crash.

A road safety charity has called for the government to take action on mature drivers’ safety after the Duke of Edinburgh was involved in a crash in Norfolk.

Stories about love, courage, death, despair, loss, the kindness of strangers and an arrest for a crime he absolutely did not commit – Karl Minns’ new show is a raw, honest, hilarious, uplifting and poignant rollercoaster which lays bare his life to date.

Christmas and New Year are memories but January blues need not kick in - even if it is claimed to be the most depressing month of the year.

King’s Lynn have rewarded hard working Kasper Andersen with a place in their 2019 Premiership side.

Shakespeare meets 1980s classic Ghost Busters.

Anti-terror gates which can stop a seven-tonne truck were deployed to protect the Queen for the first time as she attended a church service in Norfolk.

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Monday, December 31, 2018

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It looks like there’s going to be lots of reasons to stay tethered to the sofa in 2019 as a whole host of new and returning drama hits the small screen. From Game of Thrones to Les Miserables, Line of Duty to Peaky Blinders, The Crown to Stranger Things, it’s going to be a great TV year.

These stunning pictures taken by a woman from Wisbech show the Royal Family attending the Christmas Day service at Sandringham.

Sister Wendy Beckett, the Roman Catholic nun who became an unlikely television star in later life, has died aged 88.

It’s a worrying truth that the planet is in trouble. But by making small green choices everyday, householders are making a difference.

While you’re tucking into Christmas lunch, opening presents, playing boardgames with the family or watching the Queen’s speech, there are others in Norfolk who will be doing something a bit different. Here we tell their Christmas Day stories.

It’s a worrying truth that the planet is in trouble. But by making small green choices everyday, householders are making a difference.

And what do you buy the woman who has everything? James Marston speculates about the Royals’ Norfolk Christmas

Stansted Airport is bracing itself for what is expected to be its busiest ever festive season.

A Scottish whisky sold at auction for hundreds of thousands of pounds and there could be more of these bottles out there!

Stand-up comedian Lee Ridley, known as Lost Voice Guy, is bringing his national tour to Lowestoft.

During the open training session held by Norwich City in Florida, David Freezer caught up with fans who had turned out to see the Canaries in action.

Senior Norfolk representatives travelled to Canada to accept the “huge honour” of bringing the Commonwealth Agriculture Conference to Norwich.

Millions of pounds of cutbacks for council services in Suffolk next year have been revealed – with homes facing further council tax rises for the next three years.

Remembering some of the former Norwich City footballers who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country in the First World War, with the help of the Norwich City Historical Trust, who traced those who played for the Canaries and died in the conflict

With more university students writing their exams on lap tops, will the barely legible handwritten paper become a thing of the past? Lynne Mortimer hopes not.

Norwich has a healthier high street than its nearest rival Ipswich, a new national survey has revealed.

A breast cancer survivor explains how saving her hair during chemotherapy helped her.

Norwich has been named one of the top 20 best cities to work in the UK, according to research looking at everything from job satisfaction to pay.

An award-winning photographer, who taught young African children how to look at their surroundings through the camera lens, is set to stage a special exhibition.

A gun made for a former Duke of Edinburgh is being auctioned in Norfolk and auctioneers expect it to reach £15,000.

As Princess Eugenie’s wedding dress design is unveiled, Nicola Barrell takes a look at Royal wedding gowns through the ages

With the BBC children’s show about to celebrate its birthday, Steven Russell gets misty-eyed as he meets one of his childhood heroes: ex-presenter Peter Purves

Lucky for some: Jodie Whittaker is the 13th Doctor Who - here’s everything you need to know about the new custodian of the Tardis who takes to the skies on Sundays for the next 10 weeks. We can’t wait.

As Freshers flood to university for their first week away from home, it’s time to take a look at some television shows which focus on students. From Fresh Meat to The Young Ones, Bad Education to Clique, relive your uni days in front of the box.

Joe Mackintosh of SeaChange Arts shares his East Anglian heaven and hell

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Friday, September 14, 2018

Kenny McLean aims to remind Norwich City fans what they are missing when he recovers from his ankle ligament injury.

Running columnist Mark Armstrong discusses how his daughter, Lara, is helping to make him a better runner

Norwich City midfielder Steven Naismith marked his international comeback with a goal in Scotland’s opening Uefa Nations League win over Albania at Hampden Park on Monday night.

Youngsters growing up in a seaside town during the First World War find themselves with a battle of their own in an exciting musical heading to Sheringham Little Theatre.

Steven Naismith admits he took being dropped from the Scotland squad hard during his miserable spell at Norwich City.

Laurel and Hardy remain one of cinema’s best-loved double acts. Now, the story of Stan Laurel, the brains behind the partnership, is coming to the stage. Arts editor Andrew Clarke spoke to actor Jeffery Holland about his love for Stan’s comic invention

James Marston says we must keep talking about anti-semitism

A comedy night hosted by a writer and comic who has worked on popular TV shows including Have I Got News For You and The Graham Norton Show is set to return to Dereham in September.

Norwich Airport has been named among the top 10 in the UK in a consumer poll.

A poll of thousands of people has found that Norwich is more popular than major cities including Manchester and Birmingham.

Wine lovers rejoice as Norwich is set to get a cafe dedicated to your favourite tipple.

A year ago, Tom Street’s grandmother Gloria Hunter - affectionately known as Nanny Sweeties - was diagnosed with womb cancer.

One reader from the Green Party thinks negative reactions to the idea of a small tourist tax are misplaced. What do you think?

The value of collaboration, the need for more ambition and six simple lessons for getting Norfolk’s voice heard – find out what leaders discussed at the first Norfolk Day business summit hosted by EDP Business.

An organiser of Norfolk’s answer to Edinburgh Fringe has said it will probably feature the strongest comedy line up in the country on Saturday.

Tourists spending the night in Norwich should pay a ‘visitor levy’ to help pay for essential services in the city, Green councillors have said.

A school has raised more than £4,000 for those living with cancer in memory of an “exceptional” maths teacher who touched the lives of countless pupils.

A new festival, offering a “platform” for emerging artists, is set to be showcased in Lowestoft.

A flight attendant from Norfolk has had the surprise of a lifetime as she left her plane to find her boyfriend waiting on one knee on the runway below.

New musical SIX mixes a history lesson with a pop concert to give a fresh new take on the stories of Henry VIII’s six wives.

Daniel Farke has wished Steven Naismith well for the remainder of his career after completing his loan exit, with the Scot revealing he turned down Championship clubs to go back to Hearts.

A big part of being a runner is learning to be patient.

The family of one of Great Yarmouth’s most loyal holiday makers are planning a memorial plaque by the seaside to mark her 50-year connection with the resort.

Marcus Brigstocke is taking a devil-may-care attitude to his latest show, portraying Satan himself, complete with horns and make-up. As he also prepares to head back to Latitude, at which he has been a regular visitor, the comedian tells us more.

Organisers of a music and arts extravaganza have added further big names to the line-up.

Ninety-one North Walsham High School students slept under the stars as part of the Duke of Edinburgh bronze award.

Comedy acts will be showcasing their best jokes and musical entertainment to bring people together for Norfolk Day.

The East of England saw unemployment fall by 16,000 between February and April as the number of people in work across the UK remained at record levels.

A year ago pop superstars Take That wowed fans at Norwich’s Carrow Road, and this Friday Gary Barlow is back without his bandmates to perform a more intimate gig at Thetford Forest. Arts correspondent Emma Knights reports.

The collapse of construction giant Carillion and a million-pound financial dispute have been blamed for the failure of a flooring company.

Statues of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh have been installed at Norwich Cathedral to mark the 65th anniversary of Her Majesty’s coronation.

Website and restaurant guide SquareMeal has revealed the UK’s favourite places to eat following votes from thousands of its readers, as well as bloggers and local foodies.

Royal Bank of Scotland executives are expected to face a barrage of questions from shareholders over dividends, branch closures and re-privatisation at the lender’s annual meeting next week.

THE SECRETARY OF STATE for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has been 1 informed that IOG UK LTD has submitted a letter of application to the Oil and Gas Authority in relation to the above Vulcan Satellites Hub Development located 53 km from the North Norfolk Coast, and comprising three offshore sites located as follows : 53° 11’ 02.605” N; 002° 05’ 53.879” E, 53° 17’ 54.452” N; 001° 55’ 10.686” E, and 53° 15’ 04.112” N; 002° 04’ 29.380” E.

Meghan Markle’s father will not be attending her wedding to Prince Harry, the American star has confirmed.

A recent long train journey gave David Clayton time for a bit of people-watching.

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Steven Naismith will miss the final game of his Hearts loan spell after accepting a two-match ban for his lunge on Celtic captain Scott Brown.

Steven Naismith headed the winner for Hearts in Wednesday’s 2-1 Edinburgh derby triumph against Hibernian, in what could be the final game of his loan stint after being cited for a challenge on Celtic’s Scott Brown.

Feeling inspired after watching the London Marathon last weekend?

The powerhouse financial services sector in Norwich has been urged to come together to make its voice heard through a revamped and refreshed industry body.

Poets from Lowestoft’s New Words: Fresh Voices will be among those taking part in the fifth Festival of Suffolk Poetry.

Norwich boxer Sam Sexton defends his British heavyweight title against Hughie Fury next month – CHRIS LAKEY was there when the two met for the first time as the build-up to the fight began in earnest

Of all those taking part in this year’s London Marathon, Simon Kindleysides has arguably one of the toughest challenges ahead of him.

A childhood spent amid Norfolk creeks and salt marshes inspired Jeremy Page’s acclaimed novel Salt. Now it has been turned into a stage play by theatre company fEAST, who specialise in local stories, opening in Norwich and touring venues across the county.

It’s hot and sweaty in the gym and Sam Sexton is leaking like a sieve as he bounces around the ring.

The Duke of Edinburgh has undergone a successful hip replacement operation and is comfortable and in good spirits, Buckingham Palace has said.

Air cadets in Norwich have been recognised for their achievements.

The Commonwealth Games begins today – and Norfolk sports fans have plenty of reason to keep a watchful eye on proceedings Down Under.

A grandfather is showing no signs of slowing down after hitting 70 as he gears up for a year packed with running.

An airline has scrapped a summer service from Norwich Airport three months before it was due to begin.

Sam Sexton says the pressure is all on home town favourite Hughie Fury when the pair battle it out for British bragging rights.

Sharon Griffiths witnesses a heart-warming episode of kindness on a crowded train.

Steven Naismith played a key role as Hearts got back to winning ways in the Scottish Premiership.

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