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Norfolk's Alfie Hewett made history on Sunday when he beat fellow Brit Gordon Reid 6-2, 7-5 at the Queen's Club to win the first Fever-Tree Wheelchair Tennis Championships to have world ranking status.

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Yesterday, 17:18

Residents in Great Yarmouth have been promised the best cinematic experience in East Anglia after it was announced the Royalty cinema would reopen under new operators following a multimillion-pound investment.

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Yesterday, 14:26

A man left a woman with serious injuries after bingeing on booze and cocaine and ploughing into her car while trying to get away from police, a court heard.

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Yesterday, 07:32

A weather warning remains in place for Norfolk and Suffolk, with forecasters saying thunderstorms are on their way to the region.

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Sunday, June 23, 2019

A boat performing high-speed manoeuvres on the Norfolk Broads sparked an emergency response from a lifeboat crew.

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Sunday, June 23, 2019

Two swimmers were rescued by lifeguards after being helplessly swept out to sea by strong currents.

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