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Yesterday, 16:09
Fern, the pet cocker spaniel of the D'Amery family from Ridlington, who was killed by a snare. Picture: SUBMITTED

A heartbroken family today warns other pet owners about the danger of snares after their beloved dog choked to death.

Yesterday, 11:51
Stalham Grebe charity bike ride. Ready for the off. Picture; MAURICE GRAY

Charity bike riders have been pedalling away to help raise money for a children’s hospital.

Yesterday, 10:14

A series of flood alerts has been issued for parts of the Norfolk coast.

Yesterday, 06:00
Ceremony to mark the return of a First World War German mortar which stood outside the Post Office until about 1970 when it was given to the Strumpshaw Steam Museum. The village asked to borrow it back last year for WW1 centenary commemorations and was told it could keep it. They've raised £500 to have it sandblasted and painted. It now stands outside the village hall. Pictured are villagers who all helped to bring back the mortar to the village

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

For decades it stood as a village landmark revered by children and adults alike who regarded it very much as part of their community.