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Albanian drugs gang jailed for 27 years combined for Class A distribution ring

An Albanian drugs gang, who helped organise the distribution of wholesale quantities of cocaine, in Norwich, with a street value of more than £120,000 have been given jail sentences totalling more than 27 years.

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Chloe Smith MP (and co-Chair of the Great Eastern Main Line Taskforce),  Mark Pendlington Chair of the New Anglia LEP  (and co-Chair of the Great Eastern Main Line Taskforce), Simon Wright MP and Jamie Burles, Managing Director, Abellio Greater Anglia with the first table to be taken out.  Photos:  Antony Guppy.

Major train refurbishment programme starts on Norwich to London intercity service

The region’s main train operator has started a major refurbishment programme on all its intercity MkIII carriages that run between Norwich, Ipswich, Colchester and London.

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Norwich City's Cameron Jerome and Leeds United's Giuseppe Bellusci clash during the Sky Bet Championship match at Carrow Road, Norwich. Picture: Stephen Pond/PA Wire.

Leeds defender charged with using racist language towards Norwich City striker Cameron Jerome

Leeds United defender Giuseppe Bellusci has been charged with misconduct for allegedly using racist language towards Norwich City striker Cameron Jerome, the Football Association has announced.

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George Freeman, Minister for Life Sciences, speaks before opening the new Centrum Building at the Norwich Research Park. Picture: Denise Bradley

Thousands of Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital cancer patients to be approached to take part in major genetics project

Thousands of cancer patients in the region will be asked to take part in a radical genetics project which scientists claim could revolutionise the way the disease is treated.

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Norwich's gas network is getting a major upgrade.  Photo: Bill Smith

Norwich’s gas network to get major upgrade in January

Norwich’s gas network is getting a major upgrade that will keep gas flowing to businesses and residents until the end of the century.

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Chris Bassham has been making a detailed model of Great Yarmouth in the 1950s.

Photo gallery: Chris is going back to the 50s to capture glory days of train travel

It was the decade when a TV set became the must-have item, Queen Elizabeth was crowned and Everest was conquered.

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    Come on you Stars! A rare photograph of speedway supporters at The Firs Stadium in Holt Road, Norwich, which closed 50 years ago in 1964.

Photos: Mike Kemp Collection.

    Shale and hearty, your memories of the stars and those great Firs nights out

    It was more than just a race meeting... it was a reunion, a gathering of friends. Men, women and children from all walks of life coming together to enjoy the thrills and spills of speedway.

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    50 signs you’ve ‘made it’ - How many can you say Yes to?

    According to a new survey of 2,000 people, if you really want to impress the neighbours you need a joint annual salary of £100,000, a car worth £36,000, a TV bigger than 55 inches, a pedigree dog, a home cinema system and a selection of gilets.

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    Joint creative directors, Stash Kirkbride, left, and Peter Beck in Maddermarket Theatre's bar area which has been refurbished. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

    It’s a new year and a new look for Norwich’s Maddermarket Theatre

    It has been part of Norwich’s arts scene for about a century, and in the New Year the Maddermarket Theatre is set to relaunch with a brand new look.

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    Pasha Kovalev and Caroline Flack on the live show of Strictly Come Dancing. Photo credit: Guy Levy/BBC/PA Wire.

    Norfolk’s dancing queen Caroline Flack is Strictly the best

    As Norfolk’s very own dancing queen, Caroline Flack, was crowned the 2014 Strictly Come Dancing champion, there could have been nobody more proud in the studio audience than her mum, Chris, and her two sisters, Jody and Lizzie.

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    Pasha Kovalev and Caroline Flack, winners of Strictly Come Dancing 2014.  Photo credit: Guy Levy/BBC/PA Wire.

    Norfolk’s Caroline Flack says winning Strictly was the best night of her life

    TV presenter Caroline Flack has said she cannot lift her head “let alone the glitterball” the morning after the night she was crowned Strictly Come Dancing champion.

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    The large ocean tank at the Sealife Centre has been given a repaint. Darren Norris painting the model of a diver.  Picture: James Bass

    Game of Thrones artist lends a splash of colour to Great Yarmouth Sealife Centre

    Its cavernous insides are home to some of the world’s most mesmerising marine life who are among the star attractions on Great Yarmouth’s Golden Mile.

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    Mary Snelling celebrating her 109th birthday, with flowers and a cake from the EDP, in her room at the Brundall Care Home, which used to be her bedroom when her family owned Norfolk House. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

    Video: Mary Snelling celebrates her 109th birthday!

    She was born when Edward VII was on the throne, Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman was prime minister and the First World War hadn’t even begun.

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Norwich City's Cameron Jerome and Leeds United's Giuseppe Bellusci clash during the Sky Bet Championship match at Carrow Road, Norwich. Picture: Stephen Pond/PA Wire.

Leeds defender charged with using racist language towards Norwich City striker Cameron Jerome

Leeds United defender Giuseppe Bellusci has been charged with misconduct for allegedly using racist language towards Norwich City striker Cameron Jerome, the Football Association has announced.

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