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9 hrs ago | Eastern Daily Press
The trio, all boys aged 15, 16 17 all from the Norwich area, were detained yesterday morning and were released on bail last night. But police yesterday disclosed they were linking eight attacks, including incidents in Constitution Hill and Shipfield Road in the early hours of the morning on September 7 and St Clement's Hill in the early hours of September 11. And although arrests have been made, police insisted they were keeping an open mind over the attacks and encouraged anyone with information about the arsons to come forward.
10 hrs ago | Evening News
The portrait of the American actor, who died last month, was unveiled at the weekend in the centre of Norwich after being painted by David Nash. The artist, who paints under the tag of Gnasher, created the new mural in the Pottergate underpass under Grapes Hill.
15 hrs ago | Evening News
Library picture of Alex Sergeant barista at Strangers cafe, Pottergate who came fifth in the UK latte art championships. Photo: Steve Adams Norwich prides itself on being a hub of originality, boasting an array of unique and quirky retailers, and when it comes to independent shops and businesses the city is unlike anywhere else in the UK.
20 hrs ago | Eastern Daily Press
Norfolk police said injuries do not look to be life threatening or life changing but both are suffering minor head and neck injuries and will be taken to hospital. The Dereham Road in Norwich is closed and there are delays into the city between the Marl Pit Lane junction and the Sweet Briar Road junction.
A new project is being developed in Norfolk to reduce the number of babies in care and provide support for vulnerable parents who are more likely to be at risk of suicide and post natal depression. "We must reduce the number of children coming into care in the county because we know that in the majority of cases children do much better at home.
The new dementia cafes will provide an opportunity for people with dementia and their carers to socialise and get face to face support, creating a platform for them to talk openly about living with dementia within a relaxed and informal environment. The groups will also hear from a variety of guest speakers, including health and social care professionals and representatives from the local community, about topics and services relevant to them.
The Lonely Arts Club is presenting an exhibition called IMAGINABLE in the Undercroft, Norwich. Stephen Jarvis - Sentinel : type 22. Photo: Steve Adams The Undercroft, behind Norwich Market and under the city's war memorial, is playing host to the The Lonely Arts Club's latest show which is called IMAGINABLE.
Police at the scene of the third suspected arson attack this week in North Norwich, at the junction of Elm Grove Lane and St Clements Hill. Photo: Bill Smith A police chief has issued an urgent appeal for information after it was revealed a fire which broke out in a house in Norwich could be linked to two other arson attacks in the north of the city in recent days.
The principal who oversaw the creation of one of Norfolk's first academies will retire after six years at the helm. "There are a lot of good people working very hard.
Rob Scammell from Cafe Kitale who is leading a campaign to revive North Walsham's trading fortunes. Picture: ANTONY KELLY The time is ripe to revive North Walsham's fortunes and turn it into a bustling town once again, according to a leading local businessman.
A new beer guide published today is highlighting a move with the times as research reveals younger drinkers are discovering the taste of real ale for the first time - and enjoying it. - New breweries which feature in the Good Beer Guide 2015 in the region include: Redwell in Norwich, S&P in Horsford, Taylors in Attleborough and Tombstone in Great Yarmouth.
Five projects designed to improve transport and the environment in Norwich have been put forward for 2015-16, using more than 1m from a newly introduced levy. Daffodils and sun on Riverside Walk, which is set to benefit from funding this financial year and next.
A crash which claimed the lives of two Norfolk motorcyclists has been described as "very, very unusual" by one of East Anglia's most senior police officers. Chief Insp Chris Spinks, head of roads policing for Norfolk and Suffolk, said it was the first time for two decades that he had seen a head-on collision between two motorbikes, killing both riders.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 01:08 pm
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