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A magical lantern-lit procession with Santa took place in Diss Heritage Triangle on Sunday.

A driver has died after a crash on a Norfolk road.


A couple who saw years of family photos go up in flames after a fire claimed a large part of their house said their “Christmas is gone”.

A mother who lost her son after he was stillborn is channelling her grief to help others by encouraging children to carry out random acts of kindness.

Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital

A woman who said her life was given back to her by access to a thyroid medication faces paying for the drug abroad as it is not funded by the NHS.

Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital

Drivers are being forced to pay a “stealth tax”, it has been claimed, after it was revealed car owners in Norwich paid £74 on average last year to park their cars.

Broadland District Council

Fire crews and police were called to a residential property fire in south Norfolk in the early hours of the morning.

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Wednesday, November 28, 2018
Eastern Daily Press

This newspaper and Bullards are offering four lucky people the chance to spend an exclusive day behind the scenes at Norwich City Football Club’s training ground.

Connor Rumbles was the early leader in the Diss Cycling Club cyclo-cross but Kieran Jarvis eventually made it a local win in the senior men’s race.


Harleston Magpies went into the winter break in fifth place in the East Conference after conceding two late goals to lose 3-1 at home to leaders Hampstead and Westminster on Saturday.

A deficit of 22 points fails to highlight how close this game was.

Matt Richards

Harleston Magpies Ladies are at home to leaders Hampstead and Westminster on Saturday (1.30pm) in the East Conference.

Emma Lee-Smith

Diss Events

Santa’s sleigh has made its return this Christmas in Harleston to raise both good cheer and money for local good causes.

Archbishop Sancroft High School

They may not have had the multi-million pound budget of the likes of John Lewis but one Norfolk business has not let that stop them producing their own quirky Christmas film just as memorable as anything the national chains can do.


Norwich Theatre Royal pantomime star Ben Langley will be guest of honour at Harleston Christmas Market and lights switch-on.

Ben Langley

Panto lovers can get into the festive spirit early this year as New Buckenham Players throws open its doors to a production of Camelot.

A hard-hitting play hoping to effect a reduction in the numbers of injuries and fatalities on Norfolk’s roads will be performed in schools around the county.

Norfolk County Council

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