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David Umney and Carl Watson at Norwich Crown Court.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Builder is jailed after ‘cowboy’ firm inflicts misery on more than 70 Norfolk homeowners

A builder has been jailed after leaving more than 70 homeowners thousands of pounds out of pocket.

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Police Officers. Picture: Ian Burt

Man punched in the face after leaving Norwich pub

A man was punched in the face after spending an evening at a Norwich pub.

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Norwich Cathedral. Photo : Steve Adams.

Man attacked by would-be robber in Norwich

Police are hunting a would-be robber who attacked a man as he walked near Norwich Cathedral.

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Bombardier challenger 601. Picture: Supplied

Pilot arrested after landing at Norwich Airport

A pilot is due in court next month accused of having too much alcohol in his system when he landed a plane at Norwich International Airport.

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The scene at the railway bridge at Long John Hill, Lakenham, where a woman was rescued after she may have been hit by a train. CREDIT Andrew connors

Woman taken to hospital after being hit by train in Norwich

A woman has been taken to hospital after being struck by a train in Norwich.

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A Network Rail engineer at work Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

Video: Plans for £170m investment to make East Anglia rail line safer and more reliable set out - but brace yourself for disruption

Rail users are set to face major disruption next year as part of a £170m raft of works to make the East Anglian rail link between Norwich and London safer and more reliable.

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  • Video: How blind bowlers from Southrepps club are taking on a new challenge - and sighted opponents
  • Video: Brave Jody honoured for supporting charity after his 13-year-old sister Maisie Baxter took her life
  • Fresh calls for lower speed limits on the B1108 after driver dies in horror crash at Scoulton
  • Video to support children suffering bereavement
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    The Guildhall, Norwich.

    The colourful criminal history of Norwich’s Guildhall

    It is a building which is a glorious example of the flint work Norwich was so famous for...and one which is at long last opening its doors and welcoming back the people it has served in so many ways for centuries.

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    Goerdie comic Chris Ramsey returns to Norwich

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

    Geordie funnyman Chris Ramsey relives his infamous TV moment, acclaimed blues guitarist Joanne Shaw Taylor plus in, North Walsham stages its No/Where Cabaret, there is a celebration of Gilbert & Sullivan, a family fairytale show and five masters of magic baffle King’s Lynn. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this weekend.

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    Paul Flannery as Treguard in Knightmare Live.

    Review: Knightmare Live

    A tolling bell, a thumping heartbeat, an empty knapsack. For people of a certain generation that means only one thing: Knightmare.

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    Timothy Spall arriving at the BFI London film festival gala of  Mr. Turner at Odeon West End in Leicester Square, London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Friday October 10, 2014. See PA story SHOWBIZ Turner. Photo credit should read: Yui Mok/PA Wire

    Film of the Week: A perfect portrait of artistic maverick

    On his death bed, celebrated landscape painter and watercolourist Joseph Mallord William Turner, who was a divisive figure in the 19th-century art world, reportedly lamented, “So I am to become a non-entity.”

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    Norfolk and Norwich Open Studios: Gt Fransham-based Nigel Barnett at work in his studio.

    Call for artists to sign up to next year’s Norfolk and Norwich Open Studios event

    Norfolk artists are being encouraged to take part in an annual county-wide celebration of art.

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    Halloween Fun on the set of the Mustard Show.

    Beer, boots, bats and giant vegetables - what to expect from Mustard TV this halloween

    Giant veg was on the menu this week as one of our gardening gurus came in to tell us all about the gargantuan leek he’s somehow managed to grow.

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    East Anglia At War See all

    Sir Edgar Speyer.

    Plaque tribute to Overstand resident in his role in the most celebrated ever polar expedition

    He is one of our region’s most colourful historical figures, his accomplishments ranging from helping to fund the construction of much of the London Underground to saving the Proms.

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    • Video: How do teenagers on battlefields tour feel about remembering the First World War, 100 years on?
    • An 87-year old guide recalls North Walsham’s colourful history
    • Norwich Cathedral given almost half a million pounds for vital repairs
    • How a battlefields tour helped children with complex needs relate to the First World War
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Norwich manager Neil Adams knows what lies in store against Neil Lennon's Bolton. 
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Norwich City’s Neil Adams is prepared for a Bolton side cast in Neil Lennon’s image

Neil Adams is warning his Norwich City players to expect a Bolton side cast in the image of new boss Neil Lennon.

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