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A woman suffered burns in a house fire in Paget Road.

Update: Woman who suffered burns in Great Yarmouth fire arrested on suspicion of arson

A woman who suffered burns to her face and arm in a Great Yarmouth house fire has been arrested on suspicion of arson.

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This photo of Hemsby student Hannah Witheridge, 23, has been released by her family who said she was a loving young woman who

Tearful hugs for Hannah as family arrive in Thailand - and police admit investigation is proving ‘difficult’

The police investigation into the murder of Hemsby student Hannah Witheridge appeared to have stalled yesterday as her family have arrived in Thailand.

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Members of the public study plans for the NDR. Picture: Denise Bradley.

Possible ‘missing link’ routes for Norwich Northern Distributor Road revealed

Potential routes for the so-called ‘missing link’ on the controversial £148.5m Norwich Northern Distributor Road have been unveiled.

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Redwell Brewery's Hells craft lager.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Norwich brewery to keep making controversially named lager

A Norwich brewery is continuing to make a controversially named lager despite an ongoing row with another firm over its name.

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The work force leaving the Lotus factory at Hethel after the announcement of job losses. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Group Lotus shake-up to spark Norfolk job losses

Sports car manufacturer Group Lotus has announced plans to make 325 staff redundant - more than a quarter of its entire workforce.

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David and Julie Hines, from Diss, with their children Natalie, 7, and Sam, 5, at last year's Sheringham 1940s weekend. PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

Photo gallery: Town pulls together for popular Sheringham 1940s weekend

An area of north Norfolk will be taken over by the sights, sounds and fashion of the Second World War era this weekend.

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  • Photo gallery: Fearless Old Buckenham 81-year-old braves charity motorbike ride
  • Video: The moment police car and motorbike are rammed as detectives hunt man in connection with East Anglian burglaries
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    Archant picture of WHSmith in the late 1970's/early 1980's vinyl record and cassette department.

    Remembering the days when we recorded music from the Top 40 on to cassette tape

    They are superseded relics of the past that we remember in rose-tinted hues. Recording music from the Top 40, buying singles on Vinyl, watching Top Of The Pops having having penpals - these are the things parents most miss from their childhood, according to new research. STACIA BRIGGS remembers the days of C90.

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    Edinburgh Fringe award winner Bridget Christie. Photo: Steve Ullathorne

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

    Bridget Christie, who only the third woman to win the Edinburgh Fringe’s top comedy award, arrives on the back of an award-strewn year, Beccles hosts a Jazz Weekend, Norfolk Winds perform a fascinating programme of compositions, comedian, Rory McGrath and composer Philip Pope visit for an evening of comedy and song, Throwing Muses and reunited with Tanya Donelly. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this weekend.

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    25 must see treats at Out There Festival

    Out There Festival assembles a zany, worldwide cast of international streets artists, circus performers and assorted strange happenings in Great Yarmouth.

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    Helen McDermott, Annette Jude, Susie Turner,  Adrian Wright and John Knowles who are putting on Flopsical, a show about musicals that didn't succeed but which each boast a good tune.Picture by Simon Finlay.

    Helen McDermott and friends to celebrate flop Broadway and West End shows in North Walsham

    A celebration of flop shows from Broadway and the West End is heading to North Walsham.

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    Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is coming to Norwich Theatre Royal in October 2014.
Pictured is a children’s choir on stage in the current production with Danielle Hope (winner of TV’s Over The Rainbow) who plays The Narrator. Photo: Darren Bell Photography.

    Youth choir seeks new members to perform in musical at Norwich Theatre Royal

    A Norfolk youth choir is looking for new members who could have the opportunity to perform in a hit musical at Norwich Theatre Royal.

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    Fred Beckett painting which he gave to raise money for Harford Manor school. From left: John Allen, Toby Vernon, Ben Vernon, Henry Vernon, Debbie Vernon, Paul Eteson and Tim Vernon.

    Norwich school celebrates £12,500 boost from champion fundraisers

    A Norwich school is celebrating a £12,500 boost thanks to champion fundraising efforts co-ordinated by the grandfather of two pupils at the school.

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    Church warden Mary Lewis with Roy Goodwin and John Leader, also a church warden.

    Syleham church to get new stone memorial to mark First World War

    A village church is set to get a new stone memorial to mark the centenary of the start of the First World War.

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    • Video: Bell tolls at Aylsham for first of the town’s 66 First World War fallen
    • City of Norwich School opening its doors to remember pupils who died in world wars
    • The Norfolk villages missing a war memorial
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Norwich manager Neil Adams knows what is at stake against Birmingham. 
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Complacency is the enemy within for Norwich City boss Neil Adams

Complacency is the enemy within for Norwich City boss Neil Adams ahead of a Carrow Road return against struggling Birmingham.

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