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Police forensics working at the bungalow in Olive Road, Costessey, last year. Photo: Bill Smith

Two Norwich men arrested in connection with ‘historic’ allegations bailed again

Two men arrested in connection with an investigation into “historic” allegations have been bailed again until March.

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A life-size model of Winston Churchill at Yesterday's World in Great Yarmouth

Yesterday’s World waxwork of Winston Churchill sold at auction

A life-sized waxwork of Sir Winston Churchill has sold at auction for £6,500, three months after moving from a Norfolk museum.

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Update: Man in 70s unhurt after Snetterton crash

A man in his 70s has emerged unhurt from a crash at Snetterton.

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Rackheath players pantomime company during their  flashmob performance at Tesco Extra, Sprowston. Photo : Steve Adams

Video: Sprowston supermarket shoppers treated to song and dance flash mob

Shoppers at a Sprowston supermarket were treated to an impromptu performance by members of an amateur dramatics group ahead of their upcoming pantomime.

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Police forensics working at the bungalow in Olive Road, Costessey, last year. Photo: Bill Smith

Two Norwich men arrested in connection with ‘historic’ allegations bailed again

Two men arrested in connection with an investigation into “historic” allegations have been bailed again until March.

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Don’t miss your chance of winning up to £1,000 for your community group with Community Cash and Comic Relief

Community Cash has long supported many voluntary groups and projects across Norwich and this year the £50,000 fund will continue to give a helping hand to those who need it most.

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Councils can help Norfolk firms overcome barriers to growth

Norfolk firms need to overcome red tape and step forward to claim the vital funds they need to grow, a business forum has heard.

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Norwich students take part in march for free education

More than 30 students have taken part in a “march for free education” in Norwich yesterday.

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How to survive a children’s party in 10 steps

As a parent, you have good days and bad days and then you have days when you wish you could be instantly jettisoned into space in a hermetically-sealed bubble to live out your remaining air supply in glorious, wonderful peace and quiet.

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