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A team of doctors, paramedics and first responders will be tackling a 62-mile trek along the Norfolk coast carrying 60kg of live-saving equipment each.

When a peregrine falcon pair set up house on the Cromer parish church tower they quickly caused a stir.

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Two extremely rare 1930s Disney Halloween masks are going under the hammer at Keys auctioneers and valuers.

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Art showing children in gas masks has been deemed "inappropriate" to be shown at a Norfolk nature park.

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Plans to make Cromer Radiology Unit a permanent site in the town have been approved by North Norfolk District Council (NNDC).

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Eighteen months of hard work at a coastal nursery have finally paid dividends following the grand opening of a refurbished pre-school building.

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The Orionid meteor shower is due to reach its peak tonight (Monday, October 21). Here's what you need to know about watching the spectacle.

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Crime

Yesterday, 14:39

A police officer needed to have his head glued after an evening with saw him and four others assaulted while on duty.

Children as young as 12 are using knives to threaten people in schools as officers target year eight and nine pupils to try to intervene.

A man stole a three-and-a-half tonne tipper truck to do some shopping because he could not afford a taxi.

A jury hearing the trial of a man charged with attempted murder of his wife in Norwich has been sent back out to resume its deliberations.

Fraudsters are attempting to scam people out of their money with a flu jab scam, the NHS has warned.

Health

Friday, October 18, 2019

Long-serving North Norfolk Liberal Democrat MP Norman Lamb has had a pacemaker fitted - but says it won't stop the work that he does.

Hundreds of the most vulnerable people in Norfolk have been hit by a big rise in disabled care charges. Tom Bristow speaks to those who fear it will mean they lose their home and future.

It has been hailed as a place of hope and safety for recovering drug and alcohol addicts.

A firm working to reverse negative quality ratings at its two north Norfolk care homes has taken over a third in the district.

The East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST) has today announced the appointment of a new chair for its board, Nicola Scrivings.

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Education

Eighteen months of hard work at a coastal nursery have finally paid dividends following the grand opening of a refurbished pre-school building.

Students walked out of school to take the world-wide protests against climate change to the streets of a Norfolk town.

Sheringham

A groundbreaking ceremony held at a Norfolk school for children with additional needs marked the start of a £1.4 million building project aimed at improving the prospects of youngsters with disabilities, ranging from cerebral palsy, to autism.

Vulnerable children in Norfolk are set to benefit from a share of £84m of government funding for a landmark project to improve support for those at risk.

A woman who had part of her bowel removed to treat a rare form of cancer has hit out at a council for initially refusing her support with school transport.

Business

Yesterday, 10:50

Customers are being urged to check their bags of Bernard Matthews turkey dinosaurs over fears they could contain metal.

A couple have moved out of their "forever home" because of fear of harm from electric and magnetic fields (EMFs).

The founders of high-end footwear brand Fairfax & Favor have hit on a novel idea to encourage people into their new shop - a permanent gin bar.

One of Britain's oldest shops, which has survived several scrapes with closure, is about to celebrate a silver milestone.

A Norfolk B&B has beaten its competitors to be named winner of the 'bed, breakfast and beyond' category in the 2019 Eviivo awards.

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Yesterday, 10:51

Norfolk interior designer Lady Denise Butler has put her six bedroom manor house The Grange up for sale after renovating it and renting it out on Airbnb.

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Monday, September 30, 2019

The finishing touches are being made to a film looking at a mother's grief after her son took his own life.

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Eighteen months of hard work at a coastal nursery have finally paid dividends following the grand opening of a refurbished pre-school building.

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Plans to make Cromer Radiology Unit a permanent site in the town have been approved by North Norfolk District Council (NNDC).

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Yesterday, 09:22

A couple have moved out of their "forever home" because of fear of harm from electric and magnetic fields (EMFs).

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