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A Wisbech businesswoman has welcomed an older worker champion taken on by the Government to boost over 50s staying in employment.
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The many changing faces of a north Norfolk Broads-edge town whose traditional market was replaced by a supermarket are recorded in a new book.
The inquest has opened into the death of Arthur Mason who died at Larchwood Foods Limited site, Fincham.
A householder suffered bruising and swelling after being punched in the face during an aggravated burglary on the outskirts of Wymondham.
On Sunday afternoon, a man and a woman walking along the side of the A47 were both hit by cars and killed.
Two of the old refreshment rooms at March railway station, that have been redundant for years, have been restored and brought back into community use.
A serious collision involving a car and motorbike has led to a section of the A17 in Sutton Bridge being closed.
Homes and businesses in areas across Bungay have been hit by flash flooding following lighting and heavy rain at the weekend.
An evening of warm community spirit and friendly competition marked the final of two of south Norfolk's biggest competitions.
The man, in his 60s, was holding the tool when he fell at an address in Scratby, near Great Yarmouth, just after 1pm today.
Two musicians are running a competition to design the artwork for their first album and are looking for people to take part in a video for their charity single Angels.
Two people admitted robbing an 85-year-old woman of her handbag in an underpass, in Thetford, at a hearing at Norwich Crown Court.
Hundreds turned out for Hellesdon's annual carnival on Saturday as dancers, baton twirlers and a mini Shetland pony paraded through the village.
Electronic ears will be listening to the engine revving and wheel spinning generated by boy-racers who congregate on Great Yarmouth's Golden Mile in ever greater numbers over the summer.
The fire brigade were called out to rescue Connie after she slipped in Wiggenhall near King's Lynn on Friday morning.
Police have been searching an area close to a sports centre as part of their investigation into the disappearance of a North Lynn woman.
Hundreds turned out to the rally in Norwich on July 10 to support the Norfolk teachers striking over various issues An Old Buckenham High School teacher and National Union of Teachers representative praised the hundreds of people who supported last week's school strikes, as industrial action by public service workers persisted over disputes about ... (more)
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 04:48 am
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