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John Newman live at Sundown Festival 2014 - Paul Bayfield

Just 48 hours until Sundown Festival returns to Norfolk Showground

Tens of thousands of music lovers will be enjoying one of the last festivals of the season this weekend, as Sundown Festival returns to Norwich.

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The Tour of Britain 2011 cycle race passing through Reepham.
PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

Excitement builds ahead of the Tour of Britain in East Anglia

People are being urged to line the roadsides as the Tour of Britain cycle race returns to the county for the first time in three years.

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Doeke Dobma of Clinks Care Farm, Toft Monks, Beccles.

Beccles farmer invites group of refugees onto his land to share produce

An East Anglian farmer has invited a group of refugees to pay a visit next week and pick produce grown on his land.

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A police car heading out to an emergency. Picture: Matthew Usher

Chainsaw, strimmer and hedge cutter stolen in Hingham burglary

A chainsaw, strimmer and hedge cutter have been stolen after a burglary in Hingham.

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Police Officers. Picture: Ian Burt

Woman in her 50s assaulted in Gorleston

A woman in her 50s has been left shaken following an assault in Gorleston on Friday, August 28.

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Doeke Dobma of Clinks Care Farm, Toft Monks, Beccles.

Beccles farmer invites group of refugees onto his land to share produce

An East Anglian farmer has invited a group of refugees to pay a visit next week and pick produce grown on his land.

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    Peter Kent's Fatal Gates book. Picture: Peter Kent

    A city history book with a difference

    How to describe The Fatal Gates of Norwich is a challenge. It is a book like no other. It is unique, brilliant and the chances are it will make you laugh out loud as it blends fact and fiction in a glorious way.

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    Stacia Briggs

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    The good old days might be old, but they certainly weren’t good. And here’s why

    After writing several pieces this week about the addictive and seductive nature of nostalgia, I have been thinking about all the things I miss from the past – and the things I don’t miss at all.

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    You can see Alan Partridge in Norwich tonight. Photo by PA.

    What’s on in Norwich tonight?

    Here’s a quick guide to events taking place in Norwich tonight.

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    Norwich Print Fair. Rob Barnes - Taking Flight.

    Special celebration of prints as fair marks its 20th year

    A special celebration of the art of print-making will take place in the city this month.

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    Actors from the Sheringham Little Theatre summer rep version of Private Lives. Picture: ANDI SAPEY

    Review: Private Lives, Sheringham Little Theatre

    Noel Coward’s play was originally written as a vehicle for himself and actress Gertrude Lawrence (there are five characters, but it’s really a duologue). It opened in 1930s London to mixed reviews. “Thin,”, “brittle, and tenuous” said the cognoscente.

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    Artist Darren Smith, and his daughter Lola-Belle, 8, with his GoGoDragon!, The Dragon with the Girl Tattoo, covered in tattoos of well known Norfolk women. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

    Norwich GoGoDragon! celebrates girl power

    From Black Beauty author Anna Sewell to First World War heroine Edith Cavell, an array of famous women linked to our city and county are celebrated on one of Norwich’s GoGoDragons!
Eighty-four decorated dragons are currently dotted around the city as part of a charity art trail brought to Norwich by children’s charity Break and Wild in Art.

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    (L-R Sergio Tauroza, Pete Wright, Dan Allen, Cal Hudson, Sophie Porter)

    Norwich band fulfil dream by playing at Leeds festival

    A band have returned home after fulfilling a lifelong dream of performing at one of the country’s biggest festivals.

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    East Anglia At War See all

    Edith Cavell

    Walking and cycle trail to honour Norfolk’s wartime heroine Edith Cavell

    Norfolk nurse and national heroine Edith Cavell paid the ultimate price for helping hundreds of Allied soldiers escape from Occupied Belgium during the First World War.

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Bradley Johnson celebrates a goal in front of the City fans. 
Picture: Paul Chesterton

Bradley Johnson thanks Norwich City fans and says ‘I’ll never forget you’

Bradley Johnson has thanked Norwich City fans for their support – and promised never to forget them.

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