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A woman has died following a crash in which two cars plunged into water-filled ditches off the A47 Acle Straight.

Police are linking a string of burglaries in Gorleston

Three cars were involved in a road rage incident on the A149 at Catfield.

Kim Mead (Murad’s Learning Support Assistant), Ross Davenport (Murad’s Sporting Mentor), Dame Kelly Holmes and Murad Khan.

The seizure of a popular Afghan student by immigration officials has been slammed by an MP as “heavy handed”.

Police close the Acle Straight after an accident that left two cars in a water-filled ditch. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Two people have been rescued from a car in a ditch on the A47 Acle Straight.

Hannah Witheridge and David Miller were killed while on the island of Koh Tao, Thailand.

Two men accused of killing two British tourists in Thailand, including Hemsby student Hannah Witheridge, have been offered new DNA tests after retracting their confessions.

norovirus

People showing symptoms of the highly contagious winter vomiting bug have been urged to stay away from hospital to prevent the illness from spreading.

The EDP Business Awards at the Showground Arena. Picture: Denise Bradley

The winner of this year’s Denise Anderson Award for Outstanding Achievement, Gregory Darling, said it gave him “huge satisfaction” leading a business bringing so much money, employment and benefit to the region.

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Gorleston returned to winning ways in spectacular fashion last night when they won 5-0 at Premier Division strugglers Walsham-le-Willows.

Acle Rangers manager Julian Bussell.

The remarkable unbeaten record of Norman Wanders was ended by Acle Rangers, who had twice come close to ending the record before.

Norman Wanderers in action against The Pod at the Locksley School ground. Photo: Steve Adams

As their remarkable unbeaten record ends, DAVID FREEZER finds out how Norman Wanderers intend to bounce back

Jake Willgress. Picture: James Bass

Acle A have maintained their position at the top of Division One of the Norfolk CIBA County Bowls League, sponsored by Granite Transformations, with victory at home to Pentney A by 104 shots to 60, writes David Perry.

Youngsters can learn the skill of cycle racing at the Pedal Revolution Race School in Yarmouth

Cycling fans of all ages are being encouraged to jump in the saddle and learn about the exciting sport of racing.

Norfolk Entertainment

Norfolk and Norwich Open Studios: Gt Fransham-based Nigel Barnett at work in his studio.

Norfolk artists are being encouraged to take part in an annual county-wide celebration of art.

Norfolk Dixieland Jazz band

A one off session at the Skeyton Goat inn two years ago to mark the Queen’s diamond jubilee has turned the pub into a jazz jewel in the crown.

Guitarist Manus Noble

An innovative young guitarist 
stars in the latest Cromer 
Music Evening concert this 
weekend.

Cromer Pier is running an open day with backstage tours and a chance to step into the spotlight like Christmas show stars Eddie Bushell and Jane Watkins last  year.  Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Cromer Pier is throwing open its doors - with a series of backstage tours and chance to step into the spotlight.

Firework display

The winter skies of north Norfolk will be lit by bonfires and crackling banging fireworks over the coming days as the nation marks its traditional fiery farewell to Guy Fawkes.

Norfolk Sport

Tristan Cliffe, left, faces the camera.

Snetterton’s only night race of the season takes place on Saturday when the Lotus Cup UK Championship will be settled in a two-hour night-time event.

John Bailey on the remodelled Glaven. Can it host sea trout in the future?

It was in my first incarnation as a writer for the Eastern Daily Press that, getting on for 40 years or so ago, I wrote about sea trout under the title, A Yard of Silver.

JR Osborne with the new Snetterton-built Ralph Firman Racing championship winning car.

Snetterton racing car manufacturer, Ralph Firman Racing, made a hugely successful winning debut in America with their new Kawasaki-powered Formula 1000 single-seater race car.

Harleston Magpies Ladies retained their third place in the league by adding three points to their tally on Saturday.

Richard Larkin on the ball for Harleston Magpies against Chelmsford. Picture: Pat Leate

Dereham overcame a two goal deficit to claim a 3-3 draw against visitors City of Peterborough in the Premier A Division.

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