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The new High Altitude trampolining centre opens in Whiffler Road, Norwich.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Bad weather gives new trampoline centre a bounce in visitor numbers

A warehouse on an industrial site in Mile Cross sprang into action as Norwich’s first indoor trampoline park opened for business.

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Beryl Hughes, whose husband Howard had a heart attack outside The Forum during the Pride parade.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Wife thanks public after husband kept alive following heart attack outside The Forum in Norwich

The wife of a man who suffered a life-threatening heart attack during Norwich Pride has said she was overwhelmed with the “marvellous” response of the public.

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Detective chief inspector, Pete Hornby, reads the Norfolk police statement to the media at Norwich Crown Court regarding the Marie Black court case. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Investigations into child sexual abuse in Norfolk are ongoing, police chief reveals

The senior investigating officer has revealed there are other “ongoing” investigations connected to the serious child abuse case, dubbed Operation Moccason.

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Marie Black. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Chief constable warns abuse exposed by Marie Black trial is just ‘tip of iceberg’

Norfolk’s chief constable Simon Bailey has warned that the horrific abuse in the Marie Black is case, “some of the worst he has been made aware of”, is just the “tip of the iceberg”.

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    'We'll miss you': An emotional farewell for Cawston College's headmistress Barbara Harrison in the 1999 speech day.

    The day Kate Adie helped to say goodbye to closing Aylsham school

    It was more than 15 years when the doors of one Norfolk school closed and the boys and girls left for the last time... this was Cawston College, near Aylsham.

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    Opinion: What the BBC should ditch (and what it can keep)

    The BBC is worried that government plans to shake-up the corporation may lead to “a much diminished, less popular service”.

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    Cambridge Touring Theatre's Robin Hood - The Musical. Photo: Chris Carroll-Davis

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

    Cambridge Touring Theatre bring the iconic tale set in the English countryside of Robin Hood and his band of merry men to The Walks in King’s Lynn, plus music, theatre, art and a show about false hair! SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this week.

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    Martin Johnson and Sherrie Halsey: Picture by Mark Benfield.

    Duo spend day seeing every dragon in city

    It was a 10-hour quest which required more than 46,000 footsteps and around 1,500 calories.

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    Lesley White is starring in BBC 2 show, Hair. Picture: BBC

    Hopton mum puts hairdressing skills to the test in new TV series

    A go-getter mum is hoping to show others it’s never too late to follow dreams after she switched careers and landed a spot in a national TV competition. Lesley White moved to Hopton from her native south east London last year with the intention of continuing to work as an English teacher.

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    Smiles all round as the sun comes out at the 50th anniversary Worstead festival

    The family-favourite Worstead Festival came back with a bang today- despite the wet and blustery weather that threatened to dampen the spirit.

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    Iwan Roberts has his eye on the ball for Mustard TV’s live broadcasts

    A familiar face to many Norwich City fans is to make an appearance on Mustard TV’s pre-season friendly coverage next week.

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    Open day at SHARP. Pictured is Simon Lock. Picture: Ian Burt

    Sedgeford dig is a huge draw despite the wet weather

    The wet weather may have prevented the archeologists from working at an excavation in Norfolk - but it didn’t keep the visitors away for it’s open day.

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Norwich manager Alex Neil is striving for a winning home flourish in friendlies against West Ham and Brentford. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City boss Alex Neil wants to turn on the style in Carrow Road homecoming

Alex Neil has a simple mantra for the final phase of Norwich City’s pre-season preparations – he wants to retain the winning feeling.

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