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Thomas and Mercedes Hood with Akmal Hussain getting ready to open the Aroma coffee & wine bar in Upper King Street. Photo: Bill Smith

Could new city coffee and wine bar be just 
your cup of tea?

Fancy drinking coffee until midnight on Fridays and Saturdays? Then a new coffee/wine bar that’s opening next month in Norwich city centre might be your cup of tea.

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North Walsham High School GCSE results day. Left to right, Kate Tebble, Freddie Gatfield, Lauren Meiszner, Eleanor Bridges, Nathan Price.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Photo gallery: Norfolk GCSE results remain static in a year of volatility

The proportion of Norfolk teenagers who achieved the government’s GCSE gold standard has remained static in a year which saw a sharp fall in English results across the country.

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Flooding on Beatrice Road, Norwich. Picture: Dani Cameron

Extra help made available to help flash flooding victims in Norwich

An appeal to help families affected by floods has been extended to support Evening News readers hit by this summer’s storms and downpours.

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Lisa Pollini, whose body was found at Whitlingham Lake on April 1

Inquest into death of woman at Whitlingham Lake, near Norwich

A woman’s body was found in Whitlingham Lake, near Norwich, 14 days after she was discharged from a psychiatric hospital, an inquest heard.

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Broads Authority quay assistant David Paddick (left) with holidaymakerTony Hird. Mr Hird drove the boat in the background alongside the two men in the river and helped to haul them aboard.

‘Brave’ passer-by jumped into river to rescue man

A brave passer-by who jumped into a river for a rescue has told how he feared the man who had fallen in would drown.

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North Walsham High School GCSE results day. Left to right, Kate Tebble, Freddie Gatfield, Lauren Meiszner, Eleanor Bridges, Nathan Price.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Photo gallery: Norfolk GCSE results remain static in a year of volatility

The proportion of Norfolk teenagers who achieved the government’s GCSE gold standard has remained static in a year which saw a sharp fall in English results across the country.

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  • Video: Norwich funk band Killamonjambo release debut album Fiesta Moonlanding
  • Photo gallery: ‘I wanted to remember his life in some way’ - meet the Loddon man behind vast Rik Mayall mural
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    SAMSON AND HERCULES DANCE HALL, TOMBLAND, NORWICH.

    Famous city venue where people got on swimmingly

    It is a building in the heart of old Norwich which has played a leading role in so many lives over the centuries – and was even a grand swimming pool.

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    The Wine Press at the Maids Head Hotel, Tombland.
Photo: Denise Bradley
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    Fine dining in Norwich’s Fine City

    Norwich’s restaurant reputation has never been better – and the Norfolk Food and Drink Festival will see a whole new event designed to bring even more diners to the table: Norwich Restaurant Week. STACIA BRIGGS discovers what will be on the menu when Norwich’s restaurants team together for a culinary collaboration.

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    Carnival procession from the Market Place, along King Street to St George’s Plaza. 
The ‘sea and shore’ heritage-themed procession, part of the Great Yarmouth Arts Festival.

Picture: James Bass

    Pledge to make Great Yarmouth Arts Festival bigger and better

    Organisers behind the celebration of Great Yarmouth’s arts scene are pledging to take the festival further, expanding into Gorleston and growing the carnival parade.

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    Thankfully recovered from his recent heart scare, Rick Parfitt and Francis Rossi will be bringing Status Quo to Holkham

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

    Rick Parfitt and Francis Rossi bring their familiar pub-boogie shuffle back to Norfolk, Bob Mills headlines a night of Yarmouth stand-up, there is a new summer school adaptation of Great Expectations, one of the world’s finest classical guitarists Xuefei Yang visits and there is free-wheeling sketches and inspired clowning from musical comedy duo Igudesman & Joo. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this weekend.

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    20 ways keep your family entertained this Bank Holiday weekend

    From history to herring, festivals to family fun at the races there is something to keep all your family entertained this Bank Holiday week. SIMON PARKIN highlights events with something for all ages.

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    Film review pix 21/8/14

    Film of the week: Lucy

    Derriere-numbingly long films may be all the rage but at a lean 89 minutes, Lucy, the new action thriller from Luc Besson, is all the better for bucking this Hollywood trend.

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    WHEN EADIE MET GOSSY. Picture: SUPPLIED

    What to expect from Mustard TV in the future

    The Mustard Show is back, after a week’s break from filming, and we’ve got plenty in store to see out the summer in style!

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    East Anglia At War See all

    Norwich brothers Ethan and Reuben Harvey who have dug a WW1 trench in their back garden as well as having a radio room, guard post and barbed wire barricades.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

    Photo gallery and video: Norwich brothers dig First World War trench in their back garden

    Brothers Ethan and Reuben Harvey have gone that extra mile to commemorate the centenary of the start of the First World War - by digging a trench in their back garden and staging mock battles.

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    • Dramatic Zeppelin attack captured on canvas becomes new star attraction at Great Yarmouth museum
    • Costumed soldiers will re-enact the departure of troops from Dereham as they headed for the First World War
    • How the war changed the lives of women forever
    • Guardians against ‘enemy at the gate’
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Neil Adams in derby action for Norwich City back in 1996. Picture: Archant

Norwich City boss Neil Adams knows the stakes are high against Ipswich Town

Neil Adams knows what it would mean for Norwich City’s support if his men can inflict more misery on Ipswich Town in Saturday’s Championship derby tussle.

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