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Suffolk Live

A woman in her 20s was killed in a crash on the A140 which left three others with potentially life-changing injuries.

The boss of a struggling entertainment venue has welcomed news of government funding aimed at rescuing the endangered arts industry.


As many Norfolk eateries welcomed customers indoors for the first time since March, owners have described the experience as positive but strange.

With books three months overdue and long ago read and reread library users queued around the block to be amongst the first through the doors on the first day of reopening.

Six people were arrested over the weekend for drunk and disorderly behaviour as Norfolk’s pubs pulled pints for the first time since March.

As Norfolk Day approaches dozens of people and organisations are planning a variety of events to celebrate.

The A140 remains closed after a serious crash left people requiring rescue from their vehicles.

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Government plans for the phased return of live performances have been branded ‘wantonly disrespectful’ by the CEO of Norfolk’s biggest theatre.

Following an effort for the region’s entertainment venues to unite, industry experts have revealed plans for how and when they can reopen.

Our corner of the world is peppered with stand-out local produce and celebrated places to grab a bite to eat.

Coronavirus in Norfolk

The National Garden Scheme are reopening private gardens to the public across Norfolk and Waveney as lockdown eases and people are encouraged to enjoy outside spaces.

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