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Councillors will today decide whether a former Royal Air Force runway can be brought back into use by an aircraft manufacturers.

The fire service covering Norfolk is not good enough and needs to improve, say inspectors, who raised particular concerns over a backlog in home fire risks and complaints over bullying within the organisation.

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Staff working in children and young people's mental health were forced to make their own waiting lists as official data was so inaccurate and cases "slipped through the net".

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It's a major restoration project geared at bringing fresh, clear waters back to one of the county's lesser known Broads.

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These stunning images reveal the scope of a £22 million sandscaping project on the north Norfolk coast.

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Sheringham Town Council is urging gardening fans to put forward their ideas on a project to revamp the town's war memorial gardens.

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A senior judge's refusal or order a re-opening of a public inquiry into plans for two wind turbines in the north Norfolk countryside has drawn the ire of the local council, who labelled the decision "disappointing for residents".

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Crime

Tue, 12:11

About £5,000 worth of building supplies and equipment were stolen from a building site in north Norfolk.

Police were called to the centre of Cromer after reports of six men "punching each other."

Cromer

Two firms will be sentenced later this year after they admitted health and safety offences after a swimmer was pulled unconscious from a pool at a holiday park near Cromer.

A senior solicitor has admitted taking £1.5m from his clients and £350,000 from two charities in what one victim described as a "supreme breach of trust".

Four parked cars were scratched on a residential road in Cromer.

Health

Staff working in children and young people's mental health were forced to make their own waiting lists as official data was so inaccurate and cases "slipped through the net".

A new initiative which aims to make sure that people who have suffered a cardiac arrest receive lifesaving help as quickly as possible has launched across the region.

A father of a six-year-old boy is taking on a formidable challenge to raise money for the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) where his son spent the first week of his life.

People experiencing a mental health crisis will no longer be held in police cells, Theresa May has announced.

Teenage pregnancy rates in Norfolk have risen amid a warning from experts that public health cuts could worsen progress.

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Education

Yesterday, 10:28

A north Norfolk school perched close to the site of a recent landfall has had a survey carried out by drone to assess how stable their land is.

His inventions are many and varied, but it is the vacuum cleaner with which Sir James Dyson has always been most closely associated.

Education at Gresham's School in Holt is set to be revolutionised by a £18.75 million donation from former pupil and billionaire inventor, Sir James Dyson.

Pupils at a north Norfolk school are being encouraged to reach for the sky following the official opening of their new learning bus.

A north Norfolk school that is located close to the site of recent cliff falls has taken action to ensure its pupils remain safe.

Business

Yesterday, 11:46

Plans to build a new McDonald's in Cromer have been submitted, and while fast food fans are sure to embrace the news, not everyone is happy about the prospect - whether they live in the town or not.

A new £18.75m education centre will be built at Gresham's School in Holt thanks to a donation by Sir James Dyson, it was announced today. In an exclusive interview, the billionaire inventor spoke to STUART ANDERSON about how his Norfolk upbringing shaped the person he is today, and the need to inspire the next generation.

Personal belongings ranging from posters of the Olympics to bookcases and an 18th century portrait all owned by 'Baroness Thrift' are going under the auction hammer.

The first McDonald's restaurant in north Norfolk could be built in Cromer.

Cromer

Major Norfolk employer Kier has announced it is looking to sell some of its divisions, putting 1,200 jobs on the line.

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Councillors will today decide whether a former Royal Air Force runway can be brought back into use by an aircraft manufacturers.

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Yesterday, 11:39

Sheringham shoppers are to get 30 minutes of free parking from this weekend, to offset the spaces lost as a result of the closure of High Street while repairs to the sinkhole are carried out.

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Yesterday, 11:46

Plans to build a new McDonald's in Cromer have been submitted, and while fast food fans are sure to embrace the news, not everyone is happy about the prospect - whether they live in the town or not.

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Yesterday, 14:58

These stunning images reveal the scope of a £22 million sandscaping project on the north Norfolk coast.

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Yesterday, 08:28

Cor blast - now where on earth dew yer gew..?

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