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The Conservative opposition at North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) has called for an “urgent” meeting about a police investigation into an allegation of financial irregularity at the authority.

On Saturday July, 13, 1985 broadcaster Richard Skinner announced: “It’s 12noon in London, 7am in Philadelphia, and around the world it’s time for Live Aid.”

The NHS COVID-19 app can make a real difference to how we all tackle the pandemic, protecting our loved ones and those most at risk from coronavirus. Everyone aged 16 and over across England and Wales can download the app for free and play their part in combating the pandemic.

A man who has denied having a kitchen knife in Little Plumstead, is due to go on trial at Norwich Crown Court next year.

Boat operators are swimming against the trading tide and predicting a tremendous year in 2021, as Covid fears force people to look closer to home for their holidays.

For the three university students fined £10,000 each after throwing a party in Norwich, the harsh financial lesson of falling foul of coronavirus guidelines may be the most memorable of their time studying.

Organisers of Remembrance Sunday events in Norfolk are being urged to do all they can for them to go ahead whilst ensuring they remain “dignified and safe”.

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North Norfolk Sport

Sunday, October 18, 2020

More than 350 runners took part in the Blickling Half Marathon on Sunday morning.

More than 500 runners will take to the start line for the Blickling Half Marathon this weekend. Mark Armstrong looks at how organisers plan to keep runners safe

It may have been one of the wettest and windiest days for years, but that did not stop a north Norfolk rugby club group from taking the high ground.

Ryan Walsh has been given a new date for his postponed Golden Contract featherweight final against Jazza Dickens.

A north Norfolk indoor bowls club has closed down, making it the second in the past few months.

North Norfolk Events

Saturday, October 17, 2020

A trio of classic films will be screened at a north Norfolk theatre next month in memory of one its staunchest supporters.

Set in the middle of rural north Norfolk, and surrounded by picturesque fields and countryside, lies a quaint eatery which will leave anyone who enjoys a good meal as happy as a pig in muck.

While many of Norfolk’s Christmas events have been cancelled this year due to coronavirus, it doesn’t mean you have to miss out completely with markets, pantos and other festive experiences still going ahead with social distancing measures.

Norfolk chef Charlie Hodson has opened a new cheese room and deli which will put local produce and his famous sausage rolls centre stage.

Three north Norfolk arts venues, which have been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic and lockdown, have been thrown a financial life line by the Government.

Theatres, music venues, museums and an iconic circus are celebrating after receiving a vital funding boost.

Management at theatres and arts organisations across the region are celebrating after receiving lifeline funding.

A new firework event at a popular Norfolk attraction is set to transport you to A Whole New World, with a dazzling display set to Disney music.

Save yourself the hassle of cooking and washing up this Sunday and head to one of these brilliant spots in Norfolk for a roast dinner with all the trimmings.

Could this be the best Sunday roast in Norfolk?

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