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A well-known Norfolk estate agent and community stalwart died after inexplicably driving into the path of an oncoming vehicle at a junction, an inquest heard.

The river Bure at Acle bridge. About 20,000 fish were found in one dyke at Acle.

The Environment Agency has issued a warning after thousands of fish died in the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads.

Ann Steward, prospective Conserative parliamentary candidate for North Norfolk.

A former MP is set to pay a visit to the coast to help launch an electoral campaign.

Tim Ashdown is battling back after a motorbike accident left him unable to walk.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

A young motorcyclist who was told he would never walk again after a horrific accident is back on his feet, back at work - and back on his bike.

Norfolk service men and women's youngsters are showered with poppy petals, dropped from a retired Chieftan tank to celebrate the launch of this year's Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal. Photo: Karen Bethell

A symbolic shower of red petals rained down on what was once one of the world’s most powerful tanks today, to mark the launch of this year’s Royal British Legion (RBL) Poppy Appeal.

Jessica Raine (Tuppence) and David Walliams (Tommy), stars of a new Agatha Christie mystery to be filmed in Cromer

The television drama spotlight is set to shine on Cromer once again as the town’s council chamber and pier will feature in upcoming BBC Agatha Christie drama, Partners in Crime.

National Trust East of England environmental awards 2014 Photo Phil Mynott ©NT

The guardians of the region’s stately homes and protected countryside have given a pat on the back their “green” champions.

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North Norfolk sport

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North Walsham have lost the services of second row Toby Salmon as they look to get last weekend’s shock defeat at London One North bottom side Woodford out of their systems.

Jack Such celebrates his try in Holt's win at Old Cooperians. Picture: Stuart Young

Diss and Holt meet in a competitive match for the first time this century tomorrow afternoon (3pm) in what should be a derby to savour in London 2NE.

Norwich teenager Kyle Picton (car 733) is always involved in the action.

Aylsham stock car driver Matt Newson continues to lead the way in the BriSCA Formula One National Points Shootout with just three rounds to go, following an entertaining affair at the Norfolk Arena in King’s Lynn.

Norfolk v Bucks, Minor Counties Championship, July 2013, Callum Taylor. Picture: Tim Ferley

With the prospect of training in India and a tour of Australia fast approaching, Norfolk batsman Callum Taylor would appear to have the cricket world at his feet.

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Woodford 13 North Walsham 10

Norfolk Entertainment

Simon Pritchard's exhibition of cult movie-inspired poster art, at The Forum Norwich. Photo by Sophia France.

An exhibition of cult movie-inspired poster art is being held at the Forum, Norwich, until Sunday.

St Georges Theatre is staging a Frozen sing-a-long over the half term break.

Do you want to Let it Go? Well you can bellow out all the hits from Frozen at a Sing-a-Long at St George’s Theatre over half term.

Great Yarmouth Museums are hosting a range of activities over the half term holiday

Events at The Time And Tide Museum are set to be a ‘mammoth draw’ in October half term as the life size 4m tall articulated model of the West Runton Elephant poses for pictures in the museum courtyard on Wednesday 11am – 4pm.

stephen k amos

Fresh from yet another Edinburgh Fringe run, plus touring Australia, New Zealand and the UK and recording Life: An Idiot’s Guide and What Does The K Stand For (BBC Radio 4), feel-good maestro Stephen K Amos hits the road with his brand new show Welcome To My World.

Kiara Hawker and Paul Preston Mills rehearsing 'Walking the Road' with director Jim Rymer. Photo: Bill Smith

Two Irish plays about love’s triumph over war are set to go on a tour of Norfolk and Suffolk.

Norfolk sport

Action from North Walsham's (green) defeat to Colchester at Scottow - Toby Salmon. Picture: Hywel Jones

North Walsham have lost the services of second row Toby Salmon as they look to get last weekend’s shock defeat at London One North bottom side Woodford out of their systems.

Jack Such celebrates his try in Holt's win at Old Cooperians. Picture: Stuart Young

Diss and Holt meet in a competitive match for the first time this century tomorrow afternoon (3pm) in what should be a derby to savour in London 2NE.

Norfolk PFA matchplay champion Mark Spooner (left) and runner-up Ian Ellis.

Ian Ellis shrugged off a rare setback as he prepares for another big challenge in what has been an exciting season.

Scratch Matchplay champion Jack Yule with Dan Jones (left) and Doug Gilchrist. Picture: Norfolk CGU

Jack Yule maintained his excellent finish to the season when he made it a hat-trick of victories in the Norfolk Match Play Championships at Barnham Broom at the weekend.

Richie Rhodes will miss Norwich's game at Rochford Hundred. Picture: Andy Micklethwaite

Leaders Norwich make the trip to Rochford Hundred in London 2NE tomorrow knowing they will have to be at their very best to come away with the spoils.

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