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Justin Hunt has been jailed for 12 months after an affray at Tesco in Harford Bridges, Norwich: Bill Smith

“You haven’t seen the last of me” - Norwich shoplifter’s cry in dock, as he’s jailed for 12 months

A prolific shoplifter has been jailed after his latest theft descended into violence when he used a hammer to threaten shoppers at a city supermarket and to hit a store detective and off-duty police officer.

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A computer generated image of the proposed new Morrisons store in Aylsham Road, Norwich.

New Norwich Morrisons store seeks longer opening hours

Superstore giant Morrisons is hoping to be allowed to open a proposed new city store for longer, with a warning it could walk away from the site if councillors block its bid for extended hours.

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Mark Elmy has appealed against his conviction which included a £1,200 fine.

Norwich cycling coach appeals stalking ex-pal conviction

A well-known British cycling coach who was found guilty of stalking a former friend from Norwich has appealed against his conviction and sentence.

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One man was taken to hospital following the crash.

Man in hospital after car hits Norwich street light

A man has been taken to hospital with chest pains after a car damaged a street light.

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Justin Hunt has been jailed for 12 months after an affray at Tesco in Harford Bridges, Norwich: Bill Smith

“You haven’t seen the last of me” - Norwich shoplifter’s cry in dock, as he’s jailed for 12 months

A prolific shoplifter has been jailed after his latest theft descended into violence when he used a hammer to threaten shoppers at a city supermarket and to hit a store detective and off-duty police officer.

Read full story »

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Caroline Williams, chief executive of Norfolk Chamber

BCC upgrades growth forecast

The growth forecast for this year from the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has been upgraded from 3.1pc to 3.2pc - the highest since 2007.

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Norfolk County Council needs is creating more than 4,000 new places in schools, but admits it does not know if government cash will cover the cost.

4,300 extra school places needed in Norfolk

Norfolk’s booming population means council bosses are planning for an extra 4,300 school places within four years - but they admit it is unclear if government money will cover the cost.

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Ronnie Dearing (on left) with the Midnights, pictured around 1962.

Gentle Ronnie who gave so much joy through music

Many blues and rock bands which walked on stages in Norwich and Norfolk during the last half century or so had one thing in common – a tall, quiet guitarist by the name of Ronnie Dearing.

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Stacia Briggs

Afternoon tea at the Assembly House. Picture: Denise Bradley

Norwich Food and Drink Festival dates to get your teeth into

It’s the largest event of its kind in the country and it’s right here in our fine county – the Norfolk Food and Drink Festival 2014 celebrates a delicious decade this year and has a programme of events guaranteed to whet every appetite. STACIA BRIGGS reveals some of the highlights of the first half of the festival.

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