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The family and friends of an Eye woman who died from undiagnosed diabetes have called for more awareness surrounding the condition.

Dozens of estates remain unclaimed in Norfolk. Check our tables to see if your surname is on the list - you could be due thousands of pounds.

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.

A brewery has applied to create an open air theatre following the success of its annual beer and Shakespeare festival.

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Greater Anglia had problems with two of its new trains which caused cancellations on Monday morning.

The plight for hundreds of young hedgehogs has prompted a business owner to use a year's worth of customer tips to help a Norfolk animal sanctuary.

For decades he has taken to the skies to capture breathtaking views of Norfolk, which many of us would otherwise never see.

Crime

Thursday, January 23, 2020

Two brothers who ran a "professional enterprise" selling illegal firearms to criminals have been jailed for a combined total of 24 years.

A 52-year-old Suffolk man who breached a sexual harm prevention order by accessing a swingers site has been given a community order.

Offenders in Norfolk could be subject to drug testing in custody in a bid to identify users and reduce crime.

Two men arrested after the theft of a large quantity of cash from a pensioner have spoken of their shock at being linked to the crime.

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Tired drivers working over permitted hours behind the wheel and lorries carrying dangerous loads were discovered during a police operation on the A140.

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Health

Friday, January 24, 2020

The number of emergency hospital admissions for people in Norfolk with dementia has increased by more than 40pc in five years, a new report has found.

The deaths of two vulnerable people living in the same Norfolk care home, including an elderly woman who died after she was attacked by another resident, have raised serious concerns.

A mother-of-two whose life was saved by a kidney transplant has praised organ donation as the best thing anyone can do.

King's Lynn

Faeces under fingernails, weeks without baths and calls to emergency services for support - these are some of the damning observations made at our region's failing care homes.

A shortage of doctors has left individual GPs in our region responsible for as many as 4,000 patients, figures have revealed.

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Education

Saturday, January 25, 2020

Wages for top managers at academy chains have soared by a quarter, despite a funding crisis gripping the region's schools.

Fears pre-school education in Norfolk is facing a "dangerous" funding gap have been raised after £2.5m of early years money was set aside for other education priorities.

No hot water and a boiler failure have shut two Norfolk schools.

Areas of "rural deprivation" are affecting Norfolk's children's struggle to achieve basic skills, a councillor has warned.

A village primary school has been found to be 'inadequate' in an Ofsted report which says pupils receive "poor quality of education".

Business

Yesterday, 14:55
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A brewery has applied to create an open air theatre following the success of its annual beer and Shakespeare festival.

An 800-strong workforce has moved into meat giant Cranswick's biggest factory project to date and production has begun.

Business in Diss has been given a boost after a growing company unveiled a new larger showroom in the town.

Shoppers have reacted with sadness to department store chain Beales going into administration putting the future of its Diss store at risk of permanent closure.

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Department store chain Beales has collapsed into administration - putting the jobs of more than 1,000 people at risk.

Great Yarmouth

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Friday, July 24, 2015

Pub chain J D Wetherspoon has made a fresh bid to open a pub in the heart of Diss.

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South Norfolk Council
Yesterday, 14:55

A brewery has applied to create an open air theatre following the success of its annual beer and Shakespeare festival.

Read more
Diss

The family and friends of an Eye woman who died from undiagnosed diabetes have called for more awareness surrounding the condition.

Read more
Yesterday, 15:42

Dozens of estates remain unclaimed in Norfolk. Check our tables to see if your surname is on the list - you could be due thousands of pounds.

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Saturday, January 25, 2020

An 800-strong workforce has moved into meat giant Cranswick's biggest factory project to date and production has begun.

Read more

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