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George Nobbs, leader of the Norfolk County Council. Picture: Denise Bradley

Council tax freeze among proposals in latest budget

Families are set to see the largest part of their council tax payments frozen next year.

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Sarah Lengsfield meets up again with East Anglia Air Ambulance paramedic Ben Caine who treated her after her accident. With them is pilot Neil Waller, and Sarah's Jarrolds colleagues, Suzie Abel, left, and Carole Slaughter, with a cheque from fundraising in store for £3500. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Staff say thanks to heroes who helped injured Sarah

Five months ago, Sarah Lengsfierd’s life changed when she had an accident in her garden.

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Great Yarmouth borough council is offering parish councils first refusal on toilets across the borough.

Great Yarmouth councillors vote in favour of closing public toilets to save £140,000 a year

Car parking charges will go up and public toilets will be closed across Great Yarmouth as the council pushes ahead with cost-saving schemes.

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Norwich Castle could be set for a major revamp. Picture: Denise Bradley

Back to the future: Ambitious plans for major revamp of Norwich Castle

Norwich Castle could be taken back to its Norman heyday in a multi-million pound revamp to make it East Anglia’s best tourist attraction.

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Norfolk 2000 Project Manager, Emma Reeve with an Anglo-Saxon object from the Norfolk Museums Service collection. Courtesy of Norfolk Museums Service. Photo: Emma Reeve.

Artists needed for Norfolk project looking at immigration over the past 2,000 years

A project exploring the stories of the people who have moved to Norfolk over last 2,000 years is seeking three local artists to create artwork inspired by historical immigration.

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World Indoor Bowls Championships 2015 at Potters Resort, Hopton.
World Mens Singles Final.
Alex Marshall MBE with his winning trophy.

Picture: James Bass

Photo gallery: Alex ‘Tattie’ Marshall turns on style at Potters to make it six of the best

DAVID RHYS JONES turns the spotlight on yesterday’s Open Singles final at Potters Leisure Resort.

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    Members of staff from Chamberlin's store.

    Photo gallery: Famous city store that sold only the best

    More than a couple of centuries ago isolated Norwich was in a poor way. The Mint has disappeared along with the famous old weavers and the textile trade. It was without railways, without penny postage, morning papers, matches, gas or electricity.

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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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    West Norfolk Gilbert & Sullivan Society The Pirates of Penzance

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

    Ever popular Gilbert & Sullivan comic operetta The Pirates of Penzance is staged in King’s Lynn, soul favourites The Commodores pay a rare visit, hotly tipped singer-songwriter Louis Baker plays, musical Sister Act is Norfolk and Norwich Operatic Society’s big show and there is a concert tribute to Jacqueline du Pré. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this week.

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    Norfolk 2000 Project Manager, Emma Reeve with an Anglo-Saxon object from the Norfolk Museums Service collection. Courtesy of Norfolk Museums Service. Photo: Emma Reeve.

    Artists needed for Norfolk project looking at immigration over the past 2,000 years

    A project exploring the stories of the people who have moved to Norfolk over last 2,000 years is seeking three local artists to create artwork inspired by historical immigration.

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    La Manada by David Pérez Karmadavis is one of the works that will feature in Playing With Space at Norwich Arts Centre.

    Norwich Arts Centre to hold festival of film and performance

    A festival of film and performance takes place in and around Norwich Arts Centre this weekend.

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    Reduced Shakespeare Comedy's The Complete History of Comedy (Abridged)

    Review: The Complete History of Comedy (Abridged)

    Talking about comedy is seldom that funny, so aiming for an entertaining history of it was a brave move for the Reduced Shakespeare Comedy.

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    John Singer Sargent (1856-1925), The Black Brook, c1908, 77.5 x 93 cm, purchased by the Tate in 1935, as featured in Homage to Manet at Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery from January 31-April 19 2015.

    Norwich set for major Manet exhibition

    Homage to Manet, running from January 31 to April 19, is the latest blockbuster exhibition from Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery, which brought us the hugely-popular Roman Empire: Power and People and The Wonder of Birds in 2014.

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    East Anglia At War See all

    The post box in Bracon Ash which has been turned into an exhibition about the First World War. Chairman of the village hall, Phil Holmes.
Picture by: Sonya Duncan

    Photo gallery: Iconic red phone box hosts a memorial tribute to war dead

    The lives of 24 south Norfolk men who paid the ultimate sacrifice for their country in the First World War are being remembered in an eye-catching way.

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Jos Hooiveld in action during Norwich City's 3-3 home draw with Brighton in November, which turned out to be the last appearance of his spell on loan from Southampton. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City cut short loan deal of Southampton defender Jos Hooiveld

The loan deal of Southampton defender Jos Hooiveld has been cut short by Norwich City.

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