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Fire fighters were called to a blaze at a flat off Vauxhall Street, Norwich, on Saturday, January 31,

Man in hospital after fire in Norwich tower block

Fire fighters rescued an elderly man from a blaze at a Norwich tower block today.

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Move to improve staff morale causes an upset

The region’s mental health trust could become part-owned by staff in a bid to improve NHS workers’ morale.

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Disgraced Norfolk doctor and police surgeon to face further sex charges

A GP and former police surgeon jailed for 12 years for “terrifying” sexual abuse against two teenage girls is set to face further allegations, a court has heard.

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Norfolk brewery fears for its future as London brewer takes it to High Court over lager name

A threatened brewery today launches an appeal for help, as a “hellish” legal battle heads for the High Court.

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Long Stratton’s bypass dream moves 
a step closer

Landowners whose property is crucial to whether the long awaited Long Stratton bypass gets built have been handed an ultimatum - sign up to the scheme on Monday or the council is ready to grab their land.

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Bradley Johnson had no complaints of Alex Neil's strong words last weekend. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Anger of new Norwich City manager Alex Neil was not lost on Bradley Johnson ahead of Birmingham trip

The manager’s words following last weekend’s defeat to Brentford were strong – and when Norwich City go to Birmingham on Saturday, they will still be ringing in their ears.

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    How to survive a children’s party in 10 steps

    As a parent, you have good days and bad days and then you have days when you wish you could be instantly jettisoned into space in a hermetically-sealed bubble to live out your remaining air supply in glorious, wonderful peace and quiet.

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    Troshers Accordion Group looking for new members.
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    Video: More accordion players needed to join Norwich group The Troshers

    A merry band of accordion players are looking for new members to take part in their music-making.

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    Edouard Manet Portrait of Mademoiselle Claus (1868, oil on canvas) on display at Norwich Castle Museum. Image: Ashmolean Museum University of Oxford

    Six of the Best: Cultural highlights not to miss this weekend

    The Manipulate Festival returns with world class visual theatre, innovative puppetry and animation, comedy returns to the Diss Corn Hall, Manet’s paintings featuring in major exhibition, the Julian Costello Quartet and Geno Washington visit, and there is an exciting collaboration between the Eaton Concert Series and the Norfolk Composers Group. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this weekend.

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    Exhibition celebrates the creative talents of Norwich University of the Arts staff

    Every day they pass on their creative wisdom to the artists of the future, but for the next few weeks their own work will be taking centre stage in a special exhibition celebrating the talents of staff at Norwich University of the Arts.

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    Manipulate Festival at Norwich Puppet Theatre. Mr Carmen by Theatre AKHE. Photo: Vladimir Telegin.

    Festival that comes with and without strings attached

    A festival involving puppets — something for the kids then? Think again, Manipulate puts an adult spin on an art form traditionally aimed at children, bringing premieres and some of the world’s best visual theatre artists to Norwich. SIMON PARKIN reports.

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    Film of the week: Big Hero 6

    Never underestimate the soothing power of a hug. With one simple squish, you can provide comfort, encouragement or a simple how-do-you-do that transcends a thousand well-chosen words.

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    Tenth anniversary of HEART. CEO Michael Loveday hands over the reigns to Carolyn Abel.
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    Ten highlights over 10 years - what has the Norwich Heritage Economic and Regeneration Trust achieved?

    The Norwich Heritage Economic and Regeneration Trust (HEART) has been bringing together the best of our fine city since 2004.

    And as the organisation marks 10 years, we’ve taken a look back at some of its finest moments.

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Bradley Johnson had no complaints of Alex Neil's strong words last weekend. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Anger of new Norwich City manager Alex Neil was not lost on Bradley Johnson ahead of Birmingham trip

The manager’s words following last weekend’s defeat to Brentford were strong – and when Norwich City go to Birmingham on Saturday, they will still be ringing in their ears.

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