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Update: Apology after video shows teens bending iPhone 6 in Norwich Apple store

A schoolboy has issued an apology after a video on YouTube claims to show two teenagers bending an iPhone 6 in the Apple store in Chapelfield until it breaks.

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Man taken to hospital following assault at Norwich nightclub

A man was taken to hospital in the early hours of this morning, following an assault at a Norwich nightclub.

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Appeal for next of kin to come forward following the death of 78-year-old woman from Norwich

The next of kin of a 78-year-old woman who died at the weekend are being urged to make contact with the coroner’s office in Norwich.

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Norfolk and Suffolk Dementia Alliance launch event in Norwich. Willie Cruickshank of Norfolk and Suffolk Dementia Alliance.Photo: Steve Adams

Pledge to make Norfolk businesses more dementia friendly

A project to make Norfolk the first dementia friendly county in the country has received a boost with the support from a number of major employers.

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Regulars at the Marion Road Day Centre, enjoying word and quiz games. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Why the Marion Road Day Centre, Norwich, is ‘like a second home’ for regulars there

PETE KELLEY has fallen in love with AgeUK Norwich. Here he begins an occasional series on aspects of their fantastic work with a visit to Marion Road Day Centre in Norwich.

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The video, uploaded to YouTube, appears to show someone breaking an iPhone in the Chapelfield Apple Store

Update: Apology after video shows teens bending iPhone 6 in Norwich Apple store

A schoolboy has issued an apology after a video on YouTube claims to show two teenagers bending an iPhone 6 in the Apple store in Chapelfield until it breaks.

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    Scenes taken during the First World War, when Norwich engineering firm Mann Egerton turned its expertise over to building planes for the war effort.

    Norfolk flies high to boost the efforts of World War One’s engineers

    From boots to aeroplanes... A century ago the skilled men and women of Norfolk and Norwich were making a range of goods, equipment and machines for our forces in the First World War.

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    An artists' impression of how the arena, hotel and civic centre could look

    Video: 4,500-seat arena mooted for outskirts of Norwich

    Norwich’s Broadland Business Park could get a 4,500-seat music arena, it has emerged.

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    Review and video: Eight unmissable music releases this October

    Music fanatic Alex Flood looks at the biggest new music releases coming up in October.

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    Machine Aesthetic exhibition at the NUA gallery. Photo: Bill Smith

    Meet the Machine Aesthetic Exhibition at the Norwich University of the Arts

    A collection of contemporary artists are showing off their technical expertise with a public exhibition at The Gallery at Norwich University of the Arts (NUA).

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    An artists' impression of how the arena, hotel and civic centre could look

    Opinion: Why 4,500-seater venue would make Norfolk THE perfect place to live

    You know that feeling when someone is having a party, everyone else is invited but for some reason you have failed to make the cut? Well they are the same emotions you go through being a music lover in Norfolk, writes David Powles.

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    Sam Clafin with his wife Laura Haddock at the Glamour Magazine Women Of The Year Awards. Photo: Joel Ryan/PA.

    Interview with Sam Claflin: From Costessey High School to Hollywood stardom

    He’s the former Costessey High School student who is making waves in Hollywood. And with three films released this autumn, Sam Claflin is having the time of his life, as he explains to KEELEY BOLGER.

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    East Anglia At War See all

    Scenes taken during the First World War, when Norwich engineering firm Mann Egerton turned its expertise over to building planes for the war effort.

    Norfolk flies high to boost the efforts of World War One’s engineers

    From boots to aeroplanes... A century ago the skilled men and women of Norfolk and Norwich were making a range of goods, equipment and machines for our forces in the First World War.

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Norwich City will have to expect more of the same this season says Steven Whittaker

Carrow Road frustration is something Norwich City are going to have to get used to – and beat – this season, according to Steven Whittaker.

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