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They were the early days of aviation, when brave young men took to the skies in flimsy machines and fought for freedom on a wing and prayer.

Nearly all homes and businesses in East Anglia have had power restored to their properties after work was carried out by engineers this morning.

People in the region are facing the biggest hike in their council tax bills for a decade, with those living in Band D properties facing an annual increase of around £66.

Lorne Green

Former members of a Norfolk flying club will be taking part in a ‘fly-in’ later this year to celebrate its 90th anniversary.

The region’s mental health trust was the subject of a special investigations programme on the BBC last month - but what can we learn from its most recent reports?

NHS

Tributes to a highly-regarded former social care chief brought a standing ovation on a poignant evening which celebrated the best of Norfolk’s carers.

Norman Lamb

A north Norfolk church damaged in this week’s windy weather may not be able to fully reopen for another month, it has emerged.

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North Norfolk Sport

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North Norfolk Beach Runners had 28 starters in the Valentine 10k race organised by Norfolk Gazelles.

It was first round day matches in the Frank Eagling Motor Cycling Division One League Cup in the Walcott Lighthouse Inn NEN League.

LCC Seals’ Rob and Robyn Templeman and Angela and Jeremy James hosted Seaflames Swordfish’s Derek Philpott, Shelley Betts and John Eglen in the Second Division of the Star Paving Services North Norfolk League.

With no game for the Vikings it will be North Walsham Raiders who take centre stage at Scottow when they face old rival Diss Saracens in the second round of the Woodfordes Norfolk Bowl,

Sheringham’s Martin Pearse has been honoured for his contribution to squash.

Ireland

North Norfolk Events

A challenging play bringing to life conditions in a Northern town in the 1980s was the latest production from an award winning student drama group.

Sixth Form College

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

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

US Federal Reserve

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.

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

Sixth Form College

Norfolk Entertainment

Chart-topping pop-rockers Wheatus are coming to Norwich for a gig at The Waterfront later this year.

United Kingdom

Lambs – cute, cuddly and at a farm near you. As farmers have their hands full dealing with spring newborns, you can see this marvel up close too.

US Federal Reserve

Mark Wahlberg stars as the bad penny cop turned good with an expletive on hand for every occasion in film about Boston Marathon bombing.

America

The region welcomes a diverse range of dance theatre, from classical ballet to contemporary dance via early classics from Matthew Bourne and an Indian retelling of Cinderella.

United Kingdom

The plot is cobbled together and there’s an excess of eels in this style-over-substance (but not particularly stylish) thriller from Gore Verbinski.

Norfolk Sport

The ball is firmly in Gorleston’s court as they continue their quest for a first Eastern Counties League crown since 1980.

The Greens

Cromer Town have finally picked up their first point of a torrid Premier Division campaign - but they will be hard pressed to add to their tally today.

Premier Division

Norwich United travel to Essex, looking to continue the excellent form that has propelled them up the table and given them a real chance of making the end-of-season play-offs.

Damian Hilton

Norwich City legend Ian Culverhouse begins his reign as King’s Lynn Town manager against the Canaries today – the Canaries of Hitchin Town, that is.

Gary Setchell

Craig Poxton produced the performance of his life on Friday night to claim the Southern Area super-featherweight title.

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