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Three climate activists from Norfolk are among six people who have been charged with criminal damage following protests that saw lawn outside a Cambridge University college dug up.

Plans for a large commercial storage container site on the Norfolk-Suffolk border have been approved by planning authorities - despite objections from community leaders.

Concerns over bullying from ambulance bosses have again been highlighted - just a month after the deaths of three staff members prompted a major investigation into the trust's culture.

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The final 11 Beales department stores in the country are set to shut, putting hundreds of jobs at risk.

A woman appealing a conviction for failing to stop dogs in her kennels barking and annoying her neighbours said the case had had a "terrible" impact on her.

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The memory of a beloved sister who died a decade ago is continuing to live on, thanks to the gruelling fundraising efforts of her family and friends.

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It's only fitting that ahead of the Oscar weekend we celebrate local success stories - so here are 24 films that utilised East Anglia's talent.

From pizza making to a Viking Festival, there are plenty of exciting events which the whole family can enjoy in Norfolk this February half term.

Love Island, X Factor, Strictly Come Dancing, I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! Caroline Flack was a star of prime-time TV, but her rise to fame started from humble beginnings in Norfolk.

From giant slides to climbing walls, ball pits to tunnels, here are some of the best play areas to visit in Norfolk that are bound to keep the kids entertained.

From fish and chips with a difference to a farm cafe, here are all the restaurants in Norfolk that feature in The Michelin Guide 2020.

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