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June 18 2013 Latest news:
The approval of a blueprint which sets out the future development of a Norfolk town has been delayed, amid fears about a lack of consultation and parking.
As Blue Peter finds a new home on CBBC, we would like to know who your favourite Blue Peter presenter was.
The new chairman of a mental health trust said his organisation remained committed to the radical redesign of services in Norfolk and Suffolk, despite the resignation of its chief executive.
Veterans and cadets gathered at High Ash Camp in Thetford Forest on Sunday to celebrate one of the British Army’s most famous divisions.
A derailed engineering train has been revealed as the reason for this morning’s cancellation of a host train services in and out of Norwich.
Before last night’s sold out performance at Thetford Forest I didn’t really get Paloma Faith.
A Norfolk singing group will appear in a national talent show final at the weekend.
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Kath Malvern has changed from hockey to golf – and looks set to be just as successful in one as the other.
Watton Rugby Club have been successful with an application for a £4,000 grant from the NatWest RugbyForce to make improvements in their facilities at the town’s sports centre.
WARREN GATLAND’S Lions are not the only British rugby players putting their reputations on the line in Australia this summer.
Mildenhall Cycling Club are planning a reunion to celebrate its 60th year.
Norfolk was in the forefront of change when governing body Cycling Time Trials placed their National 10 mile championships on a course of quiet country roads, as opposed to fast big ones – the principle being that championships are about riders competing on level terms rather than fastest-ever times.
They shared bats and pads, and “whites” were clearly not compulsory.
King’s Lynn Stars fans could see Richie Worrall don Great Britain’s colours at next month’s Norfolk Arena Speedway World Cup meeting.
Matty Herbert scored 106 and Damien Twiddy 61 as Snettisham made 249-8 before restricting Castle Rising to 165-8. But the 19-point win wasn’t enough to stop Snettisham losing ground on the West Norfolk League Division One’s top two, who both had maximum points wins.