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3 hrs ago | Cambs Times
A businessman turned 'Father Christmas' to stage a one man protest outside a civic event following a four year dispute with Fenland Council over plastic windows in his terraced house.
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4 hrs ago | Wisbech Standard
There will be more than 100 stalls and attractions spread throughout the town centre, including a craft fair spread across St Peter's Church Hall and the Castle.
9 hrs ago | NewsOn6 Tulsa
Police are still trying to figure out what led someone to shoot more than a dozen rounds into a north Tulsa home early Wednesday.
10 hrs ago | Thurrock Gazette
Oil trader Andrew Kearns, who was sacked by Glencore UK Ltd because he was said to be not in a fit state after a heavy night out in Singapore, has lost his High Court damages action for wrongful dismissal.
Departments across Whitehall will meet today to discuss if more needs to be done to help areas hit by flooding as some councils claimed it was unlikely they would be able to claim back central government cash.
Out of the despair of last week's floods has emerged a story of overwhelming generosity from communities across Norfolk and Suffolk.
The patchy fog which covered most of Norfolk this evening has resulted in a series of crashes across the county in "testing" driving conditions.
He is known to have visited the Hockering, Attleborough and Loddon areas and police are keen to speak to anyone who may have information concerning his whereabouts.
A Norfolk man has been cleared of causing death by careless driving when his tipper truck was in a crash which killed a teenager.
Council urges those keen to help north Norfolk flood victims to go through Facebook - rather than turn up on site Well meaning members of the public turning up to help at flood-hit communities on the north Norfolk coast are being urged to contact a Facebook group - rather than turn up on site North Norfolk District Council, which is bossing the ... (more)
The RSPCA Centre in East Winch is currently looking after the seal pups caught up in the floods.
Prime Minister David Cameron visits Wells Lifeboat Station after the floods. Pictured with crew members, left to right, Ray West, Chris Hardy, Allen Frary, Mark Frary, Tony Wailing-Darrell and Niery King.
A Cromer cafe owner is in shock after her business was destroyed by the severe weather which hit the Norfolk coast.
Sections of promenade at Sheringham and Mundesley are likely to be closed for some time, after suffering the worst damage in last week's storms and flooding.
A 40 year old man has today been jailed after being convicted after he admitted acting as an unlicensed gangmaster.
He spoke to owners of businesses on the quayside hit on Thursday, before visiting to the Maltings, where he met community first responders and flood wardens.
Fire crews rescued five horses stuck waist deep in flood water at Guyhirn and also rescued a cow stuck in water at Whittlesey.