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The car park, off Runton Road in Cromer. Picture: Instantstreetview.com

Plans have been unveiled to create a car park in Cromer with more than 80 spaces.

Chief Inspector Nick Paling, right, and PC Adam Binns, outside the first floor flat in Derby Street which has a Closure Order issued by the courts on it as part of Operation Gravity. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

More than 100 suspected drug dealers have been arrested by police in Norfolk as the drive to rid our county of heroin and cocaine gathers pace.

Lorne Green
Councillor David Pritchard at the Cromer war memorial at the launch of the restoration project.
 Picture: ANTONY KELLY

The authority responsible for the protection and conservation of war memorials in the UK has revealed it will not support restoration work in Cromer to mark the 100th anniversary of the First World War unless town councillors ditch plans to engrave the names of those killed in subsequent conflicts on its monument.

Aviva insurance has issued safety advice ahead of Storm Doris. Picture: ANTONY KELLY.

Homeowners and businesses are being advised to take basic precautions to protect themselves and their property ahead of severe weather warnings for Norfolk.

Met Office
Cromer mayor Tim Adams, left, and former mayor David Pritchard, right, clashed during a debate over the future of the bus stop in the town's Mill Road, top.

A bus stop at the centre of a stink in Cromer is not to be removed after the town’s mayor intervened.

HM Coastguard is calling for people to stay safe and avoid coastal areas during Storm Doris.  PHOTO: Nick Butcher

The Coastguard is warning people to avoid coastal areas of Norfolk amid predictions of gale-force winds from Storm Doris.

Met Office
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North Norfolk Sport

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Ashmanhaugh and Barton Wanderers' home ground.

Ashmanhaugh and Barton Wanderers have resumed their search for a player-coach after the man they selected decided against taking the role.

Tom Browes  breaks forward during North Walsham's first home meeting against Fullerians. Picture: HYWEL JONES

North Walsham won an entertaining London One North encounter against a well-organised Fullerians side by five tries to two.

Matt Hodgson
Ryan Pudney is leaving Mundesley Golf Club to take up a new role at Hunstanton. Photo by Tony Marshall/Getty Images.

Ryan Pudney is bidding farewell to Mundesley after almost seven years’ service.

Amber Ratcliffe is looking forward to returning to tournament golf  in 2017.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Amber Ratcliffe is looking forward to an action-packed season after hardly hitting a ball in 2016 because of illness.

Cromer head tennis coach Andrew Margarson with former top British players Anne Keothavong (left) and Annabel Croft.  Picture: SUBMITTED

Cromer Tennis head coach Andrew Margarson was awarded Norfolk’s Coach of the Year award at the LTA Tennis dinner held at Sprowston Manor Hotel.

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North Norfolk Events

The Spikedrivers. Picture: Chris Gill

A day of blues - laced with fun, history and audience participation - is being staged in north Norfolk.

Pupils from Worstead Pre-School during at visit to Dinosaur Adventure park. Picture: WORSTEAD PRE-SCHOOL

Children from Worstead Pre-school had a Jurassic time at the Dinosaur Adventure Park.

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Snowdrops at Thorpe Market Church. Picture: Paul Damen

The afternoon of Sunday, February 26 will be the last chance in 2017 to visit the snowdrops and aconites and enjoy home-made cakes at St Margaret’s Church in Thorpe Market, near North Walsham.

Writer Mary Mackie sharing some of her short stories with residents of Justice Court, Cromer. Picture: McCarthy Stone.

An author whose recollections of the time she spent living at north Norfolk stately home Felbrigg Hall formed the basis of a series of books gave a reading at a Cromer retirement complex, as part of National Storytelling Week.

Paston College student Matilda Bailes has secured her first major role in the musical Les Miserbles. Picture: PASTON COLLEGE

Talented young performer Matilda Bailes has landed her dream role in a production of the musical Les Misérables.

Sixth Form College

Norfolk Entertainment

The Spikedrivers. Picture: Chris Gill

A day of blues - laced with fun, history and audience participation - is being staged in north Norfolk.

Pupils from Worstead Pre-School during at visit to Dinosaur Adventure park. Picture: WORSTEAD PRE-SCHOOL

Children from Worstead Pre-school had a Jurassic time at the Dinosaur Adventure Park.

US Federal Reserve
Poet George Szirtes with his new book.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

A tiger, a bear, monkeys and more feature in author George Szirtes’ new book of poems for children.

University of East Anglia
Connaught Hall in Attleborough

An X Factor star, a big band and tributes to Take That, Adele, Cliff Richard and Elton John feature on this year’s programme of events at Connaught Hall.

Ed Sheeran is performing at The Brit Awards 2017. Picture PAUL BAYFIELD

The Brit Awards 2017 take place tonight with David Bowie up for two posthumous awards, while Little Mix and Skepta are leading the way with three nods apiece. Here is everything you need to know about the biggest night in British music.

Norfolk Sport

Action from Snowflake Sailing Club. Picture: IAN SYMONDS

Snowflake Sailing Club held a single 90-minute race for all classes with the Dugdale Memorial Trophy up for grabs for the winning boat after handicaps had been applied.

Dave Horton-Jones with youngsters from the Wymondham Judo Club. Picture: WYMONDHAM JUDO CLUB

Youngsters have had a martial arts master class from an expert at the Wymondham Judo Club.

It was second against third as Wensum D played Dynamic Rams A in Premier B of the Norwich and District League.

Norfolk County
Gary Setchell has left King's Lynn Town after seven years at the club's helm. Picture: Simon Moore/Focus Images

King’s Lynn Town will announced their new manager tomorrow – as fans, supporters are reporters alike took to Twitter to have their say on Gary Setchell’s sacking late on Tuesday night.

Gary Setchell
Gary Setchell has left King's Lynn Town. Picture: TIM SMITH

King’s Lynn Town manager Gary Setchell has left the club, it has been confirmed.

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