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2 hrs ago | Evening News
It is a story peppered with names to fire the imagination like Major Egbert Cadbury and legendary veteran Henry Allingham.
6 hrs ago | Eastern Daily Press
Music, singing and dancing, films and projections, poetry, letters, joy and heartbreak as the First World War is commemorated in To End All Wars, brought to vivid life by young people from local schools in partnership with professionals, The Gruffalo on stage, pianist Kenneth O'Neill and reggae legends Culture.
10 hrs ago | Cambs Times
Decaying flowers and burnt out candles are the only reminders of a tragedy in which a young couple died in a bizarre road incident.
After a car crash killed her sister and seriously injured her niece, one woman set about raising money for the rescue service that helped her family at the scene.
A man who hid a spy camera in a schoolgirl's bedroom to film her getting undressed has been spared jail.
The number of jobs dependent on seaside tourism has continued to grow despite the so-called age of austerity, according to a new report.
Firefighters were called to Cantley's sugar factory this afternoon after a small blaze broke out in one of its chimneys.
The daughter of a Norwich pensioner, who was one of the elderly and infirm victims duped by a convicted fraudster into paying up to 700 for cheap massage matresses, has welcomed the fact she has been ordered to pay back the 4000 she made out of the scam - rather than go straight to jail.
A man whose 1m family kitchen firm went up in flames has admitted the recession was biting, but denied starting the fire.
A fault with the signalling system at Ipswich had led to problems on services travelling to and from the station.
Unforunately more people means more litter and more work for a volunteer group whose members give up their time and effort to keep the coastline looking its best.
Skateboarders will be consulted over a controversial byelaw which would ban them from using their boards in part of Norwich city centre, council leaders have insisted.
An allotment isn't just for National Allotments Week , it's for life. Slash your grocery bills, your food miles and your stress levels by joining the green-fingered allotment holders on their plots.
East Anglian Air Ambulance medics drove to the aid of a woman in her 50s who was being rushed to hospital yesterday from a North Walsham doctors' surgery after suffering a severe reaction to a bite or sting the previous day.
New detours are being set for the eastbound Downtown Tunnel in Portsmouth after initial plans caused a miles-long traffic jam.
The Wisbech Standard is helping local families learn more about relatives who fought and died in the First World War.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 11:40 am
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