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A television and jewellery were stolen after thieves raided a house in Sheringham.

Dominic James and Ros Fretwell on their retiral from North Walsham High School.

Two long-serving teachers with 40 years’ service between them have retired from North Walsham High School at the end of the summer term.

North Walsham High School
Morrisons Cromer community champion Simon Clipsom (back, right) with representatives from the ten local good causes benefiting from the store's glass recycling scheme. Picture: KAREN BETHELL

Forty tons of glass bottles and jars have been turned into £2,300 of cash for local good causes at Morrisons supermarket, Cromer.

Cromer Junior School
The site of the tragedy on Sea Palling beach. 

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Two people, including a schoolboy, who risked their lives to rescue drowning swimmers caught in a rip current have today spoken about their exhausting role in the tragic drama.

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Wells lifeboat and inshore lifeboat.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

The search for people after a two-man canoe was found on Holkham beach earlier today was called off after all search patterns were completed with nothing found.

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Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service

A vehicle was damaged after catching fire at a village close to Cromer today.

Timm Klose. Picture: Norwich City

He is known for his love of social media and on Sunday Norwich City defender Timm Klose used Snapchat to document his visit to the North Norfolk coast.

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North Norfolk Sport

Tom Youngs scoring a try for Leicester at Bath. Picture: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire

Leicester Tigers have named Norfolk’s Tom Youngs as their new club captain ahead of the new Aviva Premiership season.

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Robert Purton in bat for Cromer on Saturday. 

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Batsman Dean Robinson trumped his remarkable 2016 top score to inspire promoted North Runcton’s latest triumph.

Norwich
Declan McAvoy's time as a Linnet didn't last long. Picture: LEN BERESFORD

Declan McAvoy has performed a U-turn and returned to Great Yarmouth Town despite signing for King’s Lynn Town earlier this summer.

Lynn Town
Norwich United manager Steve Eastaugh with new signing Shaun Wones.

Promoted Norwich United’s first taste of Step Four football will come outside of Norfolk.

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North Norfolk Events

Ema Scott Rowlands and Claudia Martinez of Breakers Cafe in Cromer with their decorated beach hut. 

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

More than 100 imaginatively-decorated beach huts will be gathered for all to admire on Cromer seafront next month.

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Artist Margie Britz. Picture: SAM ROBBINS

An artist who has dedicated two decades to organising exhibitions at a magnificent medieval church is stepping down from the role with a showcase of her work.

Pals Ed Farrow (left) and Harry Harrison celebrate taking third place in their Sweden-themed raft. Picture: KAREN BETHELL

The Vikings ruled the waves at Sheringham carnival’s annual raft race, which was won on Sunday by marauding mates John Rumsby and Henry LePage.

Sheringham Primary School
Around 3000 tonnes of fireworks and equipment will be used over the two nights.

Organisers give an exclusive insight into what to expect at next month’s Proms - the hottest ticket in town.

Sunset over Happisburgh Lighthouse. Photo by Richard Sagon.

A north Norfolk landmark is opening its doors to the public this weekend in the first of a series of open days planned this summer.

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Norfolk Entertainment

Ollie George, right, and Jon Carnall from Outside Live are organising outdoor shows at Taverham Hall.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Fans of hit musicals are being given the chance to enjoy West End spectacle in a special open air setting this weekend.

Norwich
Norwich-based theatre company The Sun Apparatus, including(l to r) Sarah Kenney, Dana Etgar, Katherine Vince and Justina KaminskaitÄ— rehearse a new show called The Me at The Garage.
PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY

A group of performers who developed their latest show in Norwich are preparing to take it to Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at the Palace Theatre in London. Photo: Manuel Harlan.
L-R Jamie Parker (Harry Potter) and Sam Clemmett (Albus Potter).

The new Harry Potter stage show has enchanted critics as new production pictures reveal scenes from the magical spectacle.

Hewett School
Cool treats in Norwich: Cocktails at The Ten Bells, ice cream from Lakenham Creamery and cool desserts at Figbar. (L-R)

Need something to cool you down as the weather warms up? Here’s a look at some of the places in Norwich serving up cold delights - from iced coffee to alcoholic ice lollies, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

Norwich
Ema Scott Rowlands and Claudia Martinez of Breakers Cafe in Cromer with their decorated beach hut. 

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

More than 100 imaginatively-decorated beach huts will be gathered for all to admire on Cromer seafront next month.

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Norfolk Sport

Lowestoft Town (blue/ white) v Braintree Town at Crown Meadow.
Pre Season Friendly.
Andrew Fisk.

Picture: James Bass

Lowestoft Town enjoyed their best work-out of pre-season so far despite going down to a 3-1 defeat against Braintree Town at Crown Meadow.

Lynn Town
Topcroft's Greg Rostron. Picture: Ian Burt

Division One leaders Dereham had a day to forget at relegation threatened Topcroft – but remain 10 points clear at the top as rivals Horsford A also struggled.

Action from the Swardeston V Vauxhall Mallards cricket match. Peter Lambert batting for Swardeston misses the ball and was given out for LBW. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

The picture at both ends of the East Anglian Premier League table became a lot clearer at the weekend on what was a mixed day for Norfolk teams.

Norwich
Action from day one of Norfolk's match against Lincolnshire at Manor Park in July 2015,  James Spelman moves to his century with a well timed sweep. Picture: Tim Ferley

James Spelman produced his second superb batting display in successive games yesterday to put Norfolk in an strong position on day one of their Minor Counties Championship clash with Lincolnshire at Manor Park.

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Cyclists mark the completion of the new first section of the new £1m Hoveton to Horning Three Rivers Cycleway.
PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY

Neighbouring riverside villages have been opened up to visitors after a £1m cycle path, the first stretch in a longer route, was unveiled after years of campaigning.

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