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A charity group has been left saddened after vandals attacked its double-decker bus that is set to become a mobile outreach centre.

A group of Yarmouth students show casing their work in one of their first exhibitions. Featuring photography, fashion, graphic desing, digital art, music and film.
Caddie Williams with her work.

Colourful prints, atmospheric photography and detailed landscapes were among the pieces on display when a group of Great Yarmouth students proudly showed off their artistic skills.

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Wendy Missons, headteacher at Great Yarmouth High School.

Picture: James Bass

The headteacher of Great Yarmouth High School (GYHS) has left her post amid an investigation into the secondary school’s finances.

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The annual Norfolk Chess Association chess congress at Yarmouth's Town Hall.

Kings and queens did battle on the small scale when chess players from across the country gathered in Great Yarmouth for an annual competition.

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Great Yarmouth college students at Gardline Marine Sciences learning about geotechnical soil sampling and seismic activities.

Picture: James Bass

More than 170 students got a hands-on taste of working in the offshore energy sector when they took part in a week-long work experience.

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Cliff Park Infants School gets a Good ofsted report, while Cliff Park Junior School (part of the same academy) is taken out of special measures.

Executive Headteacher of Cliff Park Schools Trust, Sue Mitchell with Louise Watkins, Junior School Head and Phil Reid, Infant School Head and pupils from both schools.

Picture: James Bass

A Norfolk junior school has been removed from special measures two years after becoming an academy, while its sister school has achieved another ‘good’ Ofsted.

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Parts of our region have some of the worst school absence rates in England.

The level of school attendance in parts of our region is among the worst in the country, according to figures which will raise fresh concerns about efforts to improve education standards.

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Ian Burchett is the principal of Trafalgar College in Great Yarmouth being brought forward by the Inspiration Trust

A new school for children who are on the autism spectrum is among three Norfolk free schools applications that have won government approval.

Three new Norfolk free schools have been approved. Nick Ansell/PA Wire

The government has approved applications for three new free schools in Norfolk.

Scenes from the CPRE schools conference at Fakenham Academy conference hall. Picture: Matthew Usher.

The impact of housing and tourism on rural Norfolk was the hot topic of conversation as youngsters from across the county came together to discuss rural issues and how they affect their communities.

Peterhouse primary school which has converted into Peterhouse Church of England Primary Academy.
Headteacher Martin Scott with some Year 6 pupils.

Picture: James Bass

A growing Gorleston primary school has converted to academy status with a special ceremony to celebrate the change and unveil its new sign.

Elizabeth Field pictured at her daughter Samantha's wedding in London, 2009. Picture by: David Willems

Tributes have been paid to a much-loved former teacher described as having a “magical gift” with children who has died at the age of 66.

Little Rascals nursery is celebrating a good Ofsted report

Building an igloo out of milk containers and a snowman out of tyres were among imaginative activities hailed by Ofsted inspectors during their latest visit to a Gorleston nursery.

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Lloyd Thornton was jailed for 42 months for sex offences. Picture: Norfolk Constabulary

The former manager of a Great Yarmouth hotel was jailed for 42 months for groping four young women after making inappropriate sexual comments to them.

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Norwich Crown Court
Friday, November 29, 2013
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Police are searching for a man in connection with making threats to kill.

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Fri, 13:21
Rob Courtnell and Lisa Boxell moved to their house in Winterton a few weeks ago and decided to turn the garden into a haven fro Lisa's two daughters Kiera and Evie.

As part of that they built a treehouse at the end of their footpath. But they have been told by the council that they have to take it down because it is dangerous.

A couple have slammed council bosses for their “harsh” approach after they were ordered to take down their handmade treehouse.

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Fri, 08:47
The air ambulance landing at Potter Heigham

A woman who died in a tragic boating accident while on holiday on the Norfolk Broads has been named.

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Thu, 07:30
Some of the riders in the Budget Bike Challenge raising money to help cancer victim Thomas Andrews, from Sutton. Picture: SUBMITTED

Friends of a young north Norfolk dad who is fighting cancer took to the roads in a motley collection of vehicles to help make his house more like a home.

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