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A 1926 Rolls Royce among a Norfolk man’s large transport collection has sold at auction for £46,000 in Diss.

In July 1966 Viv Butterwick first gave blood and 50 years later 
the 70-year-old from Wymondham has just made his 121st
 donation.

Joe Mooney

A two-week celebration of local produce, artisan treats and independent businesses will swing into action in Harleston this weekend.

A nursery in Hempnall is celebrating after receiving a glowing Ofsted report.

The programme director of The Lemur Conservation Association (AEECL) has visited Banham Zoo to highlight the importance of conservation.

Zoological Society of East Anglia

A man who admitted to growing cannabis plants inside a greenhouse in south Norfolk has been given a formal warning.

Norfolk Police

A housing association which manages more than 5,500 homes across Norfolk and Suffolk has been criticised by watchdogs for poor governance and its chief executive has been placed on gardening leave.

South Norfolk Council

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A new junior rugby competition which rewards teams for their supporters’ good behaviour has begun its first run at Diss.

A host of the area’s clubs will be looking to see off county rivals in order to progress in a national competition.

Brett Whaley

Olympic dreams may not have become reality for Colin Oates but the Norfolk judoka is not ready to give up on the idea of one more attempt at glory just yet.

Colin Oates

Norfolk Entertainment

East Anglia is home to some of the finest breweries and distilleries in the UK. We’ve got the pick of the crop to see Autumn through.

United Kingdom

A 100-year-old thank you letter written by a soldier serving on the frontline during World War One has gone on display in north Norfolk as part of an exhibition commemorating the home-front knitting drive.

United Kingdom

Inspired by a trip to Mexico, Jive Kitchen & Bar on Exchange Street in Norwich, will be serving up a selection of tacos, burritos and churros when it opens its doors on Thursday, October 6.

Norwich

We’ve all been feeling down and Sue since last week’s announcement that Mary Berry, Mel Giedroyc and Ms Perkins would be leaving the bake off tent.

BBC

As the economy bites, review websites prosper and the market expands, it’s a challenging time to run a restaurant. Reporter Lauren Cope speaks to three local owners to see how they are faring in these changing times.

Lauren Cope
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Norfolk Sport

Former King’s Lynn winger Tommy Wright has become the second man to lose his job over alleged corruption in football.

United Kingdom

The Elite League season that Lynn are so desperate to end still isn’t over. As they wait until Friday October 7 to visit Leicester and put the 2016 campaign out of its misery, sports reporter GAVIN CANEY looks at some of the key reasons behind why things went wrong at the Adrian Flux Arena.

United Kingdom

A sailing festival was the perfect end to Horning Sailing Club’s training season.

United Kingdom

They are believed to be the only youth football team in Norfolk without a home they can call their own.

A former Linnet has been caught up in the Daily Telegraph’s ‘Football For Sale’ investigation for allegedly accepting a £5,000 bribe.

Leicester

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