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Ageing training towers at Norfolk fire stations have corroded so much they are no longer fit for purpose and need to be replaced at a cost of more than £1.5m.

A new housing policy to enable vulnerable and disabled people to access new funding and support has been adopted by Breckland Council.

After the release of this year’s A-level results, many students will be pondering their futures.

Many soft play areas in Norfolk are set to remain closed, despite getting the Government go-ahead to reopen from Saturday.

Another eight of Norfolk’s libraries will open their doors after months of being closed due to the coronavirus lockdown.

Coronavirus in Norfolk

Friends of a Norwich City super fan who died on the NDR a year ago say “he would have found a way” of cheering the Canaries on through the coronavirus lockdown.

France is among six destinations removed from the list of safe countries people can travel to without going into quarantine following fears they could be experiencing a second wave of Covid-19.

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Friends of a Norwich City super fan who died on the NDR a year ago say “he would have found a way” of cheering the Canaries on through the coronavirus lockdown.

A Norwich City fan group has raised thousands of pounds for local charities through selling Canaries-themed masks – much to the surprise and delight of its founders.

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The moving autobiographies of two Wymondham writers have both been selected for a prestigious prize

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A government scheme to boost income for eateries has proven to be “a wonderful incentive” in its first week for cafés and pubs in a Norfolk market town.

Norfolk Live

Of all the celebrations of food and wine that take place each year, one of the best surely has to be National Wine and Cheese day - particularly since Norfolk has both of these delicious treats in plentiful supply. It’s easy to put together a fantastic cheese and wine pairing without having to leave the county, and here are some of our favourite combinations.

Food and Drink

It has been a difficult time for food and drink vendors in recent months, but luckily there are some brilliant festivals running in Norfolk all summer long where they can trade.

Food and Drink

Norfolk Entertainment

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During a getaway to the north Norfolk coast, Lauren Cope visited an award-winning pub and restaurant for a lazy lunch in the summer sunshine.

Food and Drink

For the next seven weeks you will be able to enjoy street food, beer and cocktails at Junkyard Market, which has been created in a Norwich car park.

The Drive-in Experience is now in full swing at the grounds of Taverham Hall and features a weekend of blockbuster films alongside live comedy and music.

A new Norwich delivery service brings plant-based takeaways to your door and has made sure the food doesn’t compromise on taste without the meat.

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