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Cromer is celebrating an increase in numbers in the town centre at a time when high streets up and down the country are said to be in crisis.

The Royal family have always been great landowners and farming is a passion they seem to relish. Our Royal Watcher reports.

Stealing hedges can be the tip of the iceberg when it comes to what thieves will take, as Lynne Mortimer discovers.

You’re bound to have a nice day at Thetford Forest this summer as one of the UK’s biggest rock bands will take to the stage.

England’s Mark Dawes and Jamie Chestney suffered an agonising defeat to Scotland’s Paul Foster and Alex Marshall at the Just 2019 World Indoor Bowls Championships at Potters Resort.

A leading barrister has said a “crisis” in Norfolk’s courts is “undermining the credibility of witnesses” as waiting times for justice soar across the county.

Two brothers from King’s Lynn will be pinching themselves as they head into 2019, with the news that their barbers shop chain of 19 stores will be launched into a further 50 by March 2020.

Some of the oldest trains on the Greater Anglia network are set to be rebuilt with revolutionary hydrogen power when they are replaced by new electric units over the next two years.

A former leader of the Green Party in Norwich has been appointed as the new managing director at Pensthorpe Natural Park near Fakenham.

The county’s police chief has pledged to make more arrests over knife crime and drug dealing after the latest stabbing in the city.

Norfolk’s police chief has said freezing council tax next year would “inevitably” lead to fewer police officers.

If Greater Anglia’s promises come true, 2019 should be a very good year for the region’s rail passengers – the first new trains will start to be introduced and Network Rail should finish its long-term upgrade work between Shenfield and London.

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.

Hospitals serving Norfolk patients have hiked their prices for car parking in the past year.

More than £2.3m has been given to the East Anglian Air Ambulance during a decade of fundraising from the Freemasons.

Laurence Price’s metallic blue 1968 Ford Anglia 105E had a habit of reverting to battleship grey but some of their adventures had an added sense of danger.

A climbing arena spanning three floors of one of the city’s shopping malls has been touted by the centre owners, with a national company lined up to run it.

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

The last Friday (and pay day) before Christmas, and the final chance for the work do, meant Black Friday always had the potential to be memorable for police.

East of England firms’ confidence in the economy has fallen into negative territory, according to a banking barometer.

Every year I am fortunate enough to gain access to a small broad that has yielded some super pike to me and my gang this century.

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

Prince William and Kate Middleton’s Christmas card features a photo of them in the grounds of their Norfolk home this year.

Seven goals in his last eight games has continued a fantastic 2018 for Norwich City striker Teemu Pukki – putting him on par with some of Europe’s top goal-scorers.

The Norfolk-based Construction Industry Training Board has been accused of “betraying” its staff after it emerged that more than 200 staff faced relocating out of the county to keep their jobs.

A reduction of the drink drive limit, as carried out in Scotland, does not necessarily reduce the number of road traffic accidents, a new study by Norwich scientists has found.

A reduction of the drink drive limit, as carried out in Scotland, does not necessarily reduce the number of road traffic accidents, a new study by Norwich scientists has found.

A north Norfolk natural park is working to boost the declining population of red squirrels in north Wales thanks to a breed and release programme.

There is a temptation to spend yourself broke at Christmas but take care, you could spend a long time paying for a happy Christmas.

Nostalgia Top toys over the last five decades

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

... a smart phone, iPad and Alexa. But what did we crave 48 years ago?

Two leading figures in Norfolk and Suffolk’s tourism and hospitality scene have been appointed to head up a body promoting the region on the national and international stage.

Family, a creamcake and a weekly EDP are the secrets to a long life according to Stella Bedingfield who turned 100 on Sunday.

Bernice Hartley’s first car was a 1933 Austin 7, called Chug, and it certainly did after she drove into some flood water and had to be hauled out by a tractor.

One of Norfolk’s best photographers who was the first-ever accredited female war photographer and who pioneered autochrome colour photography will have her work exhibited in Thetford.

Norfolk writer Kevin Crossley-Holland has conjured treasure from the stories which thread through our landscape and light-up childhood and beyond

The number of additional deaths during winter almost doubled last year compared to the previous year across the UK, as the colder months took their toll on the elderly and infirm.

A Harleston man has called for a “universal roll out” of a drug which protects people from HIV.

More than 135,000 children in Norfolk and Suffolk have not seen an NHS dentist in the last year, according to newly released figures.

A grandfather who “religiously” relied on a cocktail of prescribed drugs to get through the day has spoken of his relief at getting his life back.

Beau Sancy, having won his last three races, looks to add to trainer Olly Murphy’s superb recent success rate at Fakenham when the course’s fourth meeting of the 2018/19 National Hunt season takes place on Tuesday.

A woman from Norfolk has been named the ‘Best Brand Builder’ at an awards ceremony held by a national franchise.

The jobs of more than 330 staff at the Construction Industry Training Board have been secured after it agreed a deal to outsource many of its services.

Former Norwich City midfielder Bradley Johnson is facing a minimum four-game suspension after being charged with violent conduct following an alleged bite while in action for Derby.

Inspectors have said that all 34 of the county’s residential homes and housing with care schemes run by an arms-length Norfolk County Council company are good.

Julie Henson, Long Stratton’s international fencer, saw her year’s efforts rewarded when she secured a bronze medal in the Senior Women’s Epee at the Commonwealth Championships in Canberra, Australia.

From starring in classic TV sitcom Hi-de-Hi! to stepping out on stage in Calendar Girls The Musical, acting legend Ruth Madoc has had a ball in her 60 years in show business.

Keith Skipper remembers a good friend, Edward Storey, who has recently died at the age of 88

Watching Norwich City dismantle Championship rivals is to indulge in those old classic repeats.

Our Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt has posted his marks following the Canaries’ 4-1 romp at the Liberty Stadium

The rising tide of obesity has pushed the number of people in Norfolk and Waveney with diabetes past 50,000 for the first time - with warnings that the figure could be much higher.

One of Norfolk’s most dedicated public servants celebrated his 70th birthday alongside the heir to the throne after being chosen as a guest of Prince Charles at afternoon tea.

The visit by Prince Charles to Wisbech has prompted a partial U-turn by Fenland District Council who will now provide winter bedding plants outside of St Peter’s church.

Norwich City correspondent Michael Bailey answers your questions in our latest pinkun.com online debate.

Football-related arrests have steadily declined in the past decade, with Norwich City fans being lauded for their overall good behaviour.

Get ready to relive your childhood as a Prince of Wales club has opened a ball pit for big kids.

Happy Birthday Prince Charles! Residents in Great Yarmouth wished the Prince of Wales a very happy 70th birthday at a special tea party held at the town hall on Wednesday afternoon.

As the Prince of Wales celebrates his 70th birthday this week, Nicky Barrell finds out how The Prince’s Trust continues to improve the lives of disadvantaged young people across East Anglia.

The Prince of Wales’ official website has revealed 70 facts about the heir to the British throne ahead of his 70th birthday on Wednesday.

The police federation for Norfolk has said a new law to protect emergency service workers which comes into force today has been a “long time coming”.

Great Yarmouth’s beach has won a competition to receive a ‘big beach clean up’ on Tuesday.

Prince Charles is celebrating his 70th birthday... but what to give him? Lynne Mortimer thinks East Anglia has the answer.

As the Prince of Wales turns 70 on November 14, people across East Anglia will be recalling their meetings with him over the years. Here we look back at his links with the region.

Norfolk and Waveney winemakers could soon be giving producers in the famous French region of Champagne a run for their money.

A terrified woman armed herself with knives from the kitchen and locked herself in the bathroom of a flat above a Norwich pub after a burglar tried to break in, a court has heard.

A new survey has revealed that the East of England is one of the regions least excited for the Christmas period.

The NR31 postcode area - covering locations like Yarmouth, Gorleston and Bradwell continues to be where the most homes sold in the whole of Norfolk and Suffolk over the past few months, according to a new report.

A cyclist who battled depression and suicide attempts with pedal power is taking on a journey of almost 5,000 miles for charity.

Sharon Griffiths says she got married in a Portcabin and it didn’t do their marriage any harm

The Prince of Wales used to take his sons litter picking during their school holidays spent in Norfolk, the Duke of Cambridge has revealed.

A north Norfolk swimming centre is to make way for a new £10.7m leisure and sports centre, after councillors agreed to push ahead with the plans.

Tributes have been paid to a highly-respected district councillor who gave a lifetime to public service.

Topshop owner Sir Philip Green has been named in Parliament as the businessman behind an injunction against the Daily Telegraph by Lord Hain.

A girl from Norfolk has been selected for an under-15s south east regional football trial.

Rachel Moore is disgusted that 137,000 girls in the UK can’t afford sanitary products

A major change in consumer behaviour is gripping the tourism industry – but it can be overcome with investment, innovation and inspiration, writes Simon Altham of Hoseasons.

James Marston says Britain has become Dickensian again. And it’s time to stop turning our heads away from this scourge of modern times

None of like to talk about it - but making preparations for your finances after death is essential, writes Martin Lewis of Moneysavingexpert.com.

Ad Feature How to save for a long period of travel

Friday, October 19, 2018

Saving for a prolonged period of travel is essential, says our financial columnist Peter Sharkey. And now might just be the best time to go.

Films with re-watch value, movies with a unique quality, will become the classics of the future. Arts editor Andrew Clarke presents a series of idiosyncratic suggestions for movies that may entertain if you are in the mood for something different.

It was described by a number of keen onlookers as “the strongest fleet of Laser sailors assembled this year.”

More hate crimes linked to disabilities have been reported in Norfolk and Suffolk than anywhere else in the country.

A paedophile was allowed to work as a Catholic priest despite the church knowing he was a child abuser.

A convicted killer “goaded” prison officers at a Norfolk jail to enter his cell before launching a violent attack on staff who were left fearing for their safety, a court has heard.

The number of sex offences recorded against children aged four to eight in Norfolk has more than doubled.

Burglars who stole a 12-year-old boy’s go-kart could not take away his dream of becoming a Formula One driver after the community rallied round to get him back on track.

Maeve McClenaghan, from the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, on why she has spent the last eight months counting the deaths of homeless people.

Olympic hopefuls will be among 100 of the UK’s best young sailors who are expected to descend on Lowestoft this weekend.

Amnesty International is calling for families across the area to share their family photographs with their local paper to support the refugee Families Together campaign.

“It’s Vegan Week, there’s no dairy or meat, why don’t you chop up a leek, because it’s Vegan Week” It was baking hummus-cide in the tent for one of the last men standing, says guest reviewer, chef Richard Hughes.

A football lover who has visited hundreds of non-league football grounds stopped off to add Thetford Rovers to his impressive tally this weekend.

A convicted paedophile was able to work unchecked as a Catholic priest in Norfolk for years - despite having a history of sexually abusing boys, an investigation can reveal.

I said after a drab East Anglian derby back on September 2 that both Norwich and Ipswich were two very average teams that would probably finish mid table or worse.

Does Alan Sugar need to fire the Photoshop team at The Apprentice? Distortion on official candidate photos of Kayode and Frank are dismissed by the BBC as “a trick of the light”. We’re not entirely convinced. CONTAINS SPOILERS.

Norwich City’s Carabao Cup fourth round match at AFC Bournemouth will take place on Tuesday, October 30 at 7.45pm.

An industry report has revealed half of food businesses in England do not display a hygiene rating.

Award winning Norfolk brewer Woodforde’s has added two more accolades to its trophy list.

The North Norfolk District Council (hereinafter referred to as “the Council”) in accordance with The Local Authorities’ Traffic Orders (Procedure) (England & Wales) Regulations 1996 and all other statutory enabling powers HEREBY GIVES NOTICE that the Council proposes to vary the North Norfolk District Council (Off-Street Parking Places)

A teenager who had his ear almost sliced in two in an horrific attack in a Norwich park is still undergoing treatment almost two years on.

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