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June 19 2013 Latest news:
Collapsed cliffs near to a Norfolk holiday park have been repaired at a cost of almost a million pounds.
As Blue Peter finds a new home on CBBC, we would like to know who your favourite Blue Peter presenter was.
This is the shocking picture which a Norfolk family hopes will warn others of the devastating impact a single punch can have on someone’s life.
Thirty years after Crimestoppers started in east Norfolk, the men who brought the crime-fighting scheme to Britain have been honoured.
High Road in Gorleston is due to reopen tomorrow after investigations reveal that leaking water caused a cavity to open under the road surface.
Camping at a music festival is rarely thought of as a glamorous experience but next month’s Latitude festival in Suffolk could change that.
A Norfolk singing group will appear in a national talent show final at the weekend.
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Children, parents and grandparents put on their trainers and got active this weekend for the first Norfolk Village Games competition of the year.
Communities from across north Norfolk battled it out this afternoon after this year’s fun-filled Norfolk Village Games kicked off today.
Three Rivers Race weekend, once generally avoided by other events, has, due to increased pressure on the timetable, seen Open events which are unlikely to affect that race, and last weekend NBYC held two such meetings.
More than 1,000 youngsters will play football on Yarmouth’s Central Beach this weekend as the Soccer On The Sands ‘Champions League 2013’ gets underway.
Neaps and changeable winds made for tougher times on the region’s beaches this week, though there were a few nice fish caught.
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.