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Dr Chris Price, from NHS Norwich CCG

Call for ‘army of volunteers’ to join new programme to help older and frail people in Norwich

An army of volunteers will be asked to give up their time to help up to 4,000 older and frail people in Norwich who need support to help them avoid a serious health crisis.

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Mark pendlington, Ben Gummer MP, and Chloe Smith MP, with former transport minister Stephen Hammond on Ipswich Station

Bid to improve mainline train travel gets boost

The campaign to see major improvements on the main line between East Anglia and London is taking a major step forward today with a bid for widespread public support.

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Aaron Fisher was sentenced to 44 months in prison for attempted robbery and possession of a blade. Picture: NORFOLK CONSTABULARY

Teenager with foot-long knife who attempted to rob Woodside News in Norwich, jailed for 44 months

A teenager who brandished a foot-long knife in an attempted robbery at a convenience store in Norwich has been jailed for 44 months.

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Police and Crime Commissioner Stephen Bett in the control room at Wymondham HQ. Photo: Bill Smith

Norfolk police and crime commissioner Stephen Bett to give Norfolk police £1.4m over next four years

Norfolk police and crime commissioner Stephen Bett is to hand the county’s police force £1.4m over four years to help protect the county’s frontline, after cutting his office budget.

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Urban sprawl or vital growth? See all

Proposals would see 95 per cent of homes in Norfolk and Suffolk covered by broadband.

Pot of gold! Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire receive £60m for roads, rail, education and broadband improvements

Better broadband, new roads and college buildings will be built in Norfolk and Suffolk amid a multi-million diversion of government funds which the prime minister claims will create “real change” in the region.

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Aaron Fisher was sentenced to 44 months in prison for attempted robbery and possession of a blade. Picture: NORFOLK CONSTABULARY

Teenager with foot-long knife who attempted to rob Woodside News in Norwich, jailed for 44 months

A teenager who brandished a foot-long knife in an attempted robbery at a convenience store in Norwich has been jailed for 44 months.

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Sport Relief: Community Cash Latest See all

Chermond gymnastics club has been given £988 to buy new springboards. The money comes from Sport Relief community cash fund and has been distributed through the Evening News. Club members Alex Potter, left, and Darcey Reil with the old springboards. Photo: Bill Smith

Sport Relief Community Cash: £50,000 handed out to good causes across Norwich

Community groups across Norwich have been given a vital boost with £50,000 of Sport Relief Community Cash.

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Business News See all

Unipart Automotive has gone into administration with the loss of 1,244 jobs.

East Anglia: Jobs axed at Unipart Automotive goes into administration

Nearly 1,250 people, including more than 100 in the East of England, have been made redundant following the appointment of administrators at Unipart Automotive, one of the UK’s largest independent suppliers of car parts.

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Tim Phillips, head teacher at Acle High school.

Behaviour at Acle Academy ‘requires improvement’ after surprise Ofsted visit

An Ofsted inspector has said behaviour at Acle Academy ‘requires improvement’ after making an unannounced visit to the school.

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Derek James

Left to right: Dicky Bird, Bernard Fuller and George Wilson who worked at LSE all their lives.

Meet Bernard, behind the camera at LSE get-togethers

Allow me to introduce you to Bernard Rose, a man who has devoted much of his life to working at Laurence Scott & Electromotors, helps to run the pensioners’ association, attends the reunions, but rarely gets in the photographs.

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Stacia Briggs

Pot Noodle, a staple of Stacia Briggs' shelf.

Opinion: Forget artisan bread and probiotic yoghurt, my kitchen staples are Pot Noodles and potatoes

What are your kitchen essentials? Whatever they are, if you can honestly claim that one of them is “exotic grains” then you’re no reader of mine.

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