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About 6,000 people have signed an online petition pleading for a well-used coastal bus service to be saved.

Inspiring young people from across the county will be recognised at the inaugural Norfolk Youth Awards at OPEN in Norwich on Wednesday evening. Here is a run down of the shortlisted nominees.

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It has been 10 years since The Old Rock Shop Bistro opened in Cromer, so a group of friends decided to get physical to celebrate.

A Norfolk road was closed for hours to clean up spilt fuel after a panel van and a bus collided.

The problem of homelessness across North Norfolk and Broadland is to be tackled with £300,000 over the next three years.

Sarah Butikofer

People carrying out home improvements will soon have to pay to leave DIY waste at recycling centres in Norfolk.

Norfolk County Council

Stephen Fry has received warm wishes from famous fans after he announced he had undergone surgery for prostate cancer in a plea for “men of a certain age” to get themselves tested.

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North Norfolk Sport

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George Crane

Trimingham Pilgrims visited Horsford and completed their first league double of the season with a convincing 3-0 victory.

Three years ago, playing off a handicap of +3, Matthew Jordan was runner-up in Cromer Squash Club’s annual handicap tournament.

Barry Starling

Cromer Town confirmed their first win in nearly two years was no flash in the pan on Saturday by picking up their second victory in three games.

Premier Division

Hundreds of runners will be lacing up their trainers this weekend, ready to take part in a cross country event in aid of Norfolk-based children’s charity Break.

Norfolk

These two great rivals produced a game of untold drama that had a big Mackenders crowd on the edge of their seats right up until the final whistle.

James Knight

North Norfolk Events

An upcoming charity night at Cromer Pier will feature musicians from as close as Sheringham and as far as Russia - as well as a familiar face sure to make you laugh.

Benjamin Foundation

If you didn’t get your fill of battered mince pies at Christmas, fear not - there’s a new deep fried food trend to try this Easter.

Looking for something to do in Norfolk? Here’s a look at some of the events taking place over the coming week.

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Former premiership midfielder Jim Whitley will be swapping his football boots for tap shoes, when he stars in Crooners, a brand new comedy musical coming to Cromer Pier on March 30.

Northern Ireland

Holt Festival is set to celebrate its 10th anniversary in style this summer, with a top-notch celebrity line-up ranging from comedy legend Jasper Carrott and seventies music star Leo Sayer, to doctor-turned-tenor James Gilchrist and ex-Liberal Democrat leader Lord Paddy Ashdown.

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Norfolk Entertainment

An upcoming charity night at Cromer Pier will feature musicians from as close as Sheringham and as far as Russia - as well as a familiar face sure to make you laugh.

Benjamin Foundation

If you didn’t get your fill of battered mince pies at Christmas, fear not - there’s a new deep fried food trend to try this Easter.

Looking for something to do in Norfolk? Here’s a look at some of the events taking place over the coming week.

United Kingdom

Former premiership midfielder Jim Whitley will be swapping his football boots for tap shoes, when he stars in Crooners, a brand new comedy musical coming to Cromer Pier on March 30.

Northern Ireland

Holt Festival is set to celebrate its 10th anniversary in style this summer, with a top-notch celebrity line-up ranging from comedy legend Jasper Carrott and seventies music star Leo Sayer, to doctor-turned-tenor James Gilchrist and ex-Liberal Democrat leader Lord Paddy Ashdown.

Gresham's School

Norfolk Sport

Lowestoft Town boss Dale Brooks hopes Andrew Fisk’s return to the Blues starting line-up can give their Bostik Premier Division survival hopes a timely boost.

Norwich United go into today’s fixture against Hertford Town at Plantation Park looking to strengthen their position after a fine 3-1 win at Ware halted a run of three consecutive defeats.

Head of Physical Performance at Walk to Run, Charles Allen, discusses the importance of a strong pelvis for runners

Four of the nation’s most prolific winning Point-To-Pointers could clash in the Ladies Open Race at the Waveney Harriers meeting at Higham, between Colchester and Ipswich, on Sunday.

Thetford manager Danny White is aiming for a top-10 Premier Division finish.

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