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Two men accused of murdering a third man in an incident in Downham at the weekend have appeared in court today.
The defendant will appear in court again tomorrow.
Senior health officials have renewed their appeals for the public to 'use services wisely'.
Council leaders were accused of not doing enough to support the fight to replace the Queen Elizabeth Hospital during a meeting yesterday.
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Learner drivers who fail their driving test could have to wait 28 days to rebook an exam, the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) said.
Put your best foot forward to keep the air ambulance flying.
A former councillor is re-joining the council.
Organisers of a new project in Swaffham are seeking the public's help to 'set the record straight' about one of its most famous historic figures.
A man accused of murdering his daughter will appear before magistrates tomorrow morning.
Brave veterans all over the country have responded to a different kind of call to arms – arms ready for a booster jab
Youngster sent out on loan for remainder of the season.
Two-times world longtrack champion was a formidable heat leader for the Stars after joining in 2018.
Summer arrival pens two-and-a-half year deal with League Two club.
Boss pays tribute to a speedway rider who did not make the cut for the 2022 campaign.
Linnets boss knows that time is running out for his side in the National League.
European competition will feature the likes of Switzerland, Germany, and Andorra.
High-flying hosts make extra fitness count in second half of league clash.
A family hope that a picture taken by a keen amateur photographer will be chosen for a royal exhibition celebrating the Platinum Jubilee.
A presentation of photographs will explore the changes in the decade from 1960 in this market town.
A range of films and plays mean there is a lot to look forward to in the spring season at this theatre.
The show will go on but a little late this year for Hunstanton's Christmas community pantomime - in April!
Bedpans were out and false beards in as employees ranging from nurses to domestic staff in January 1982 presented their version of a famous panto.
Soup to Nuts digital editor Giles Luckett gives us a Down Under tour given that Covid scuppered his plans for attending the Australia Day Tastings.
A collection of coins remastering portraits of historic monarchs will be released with Henry VII the first to be honoured, the Royal Mint has said.
You can help wildlife by looking out of your window for an hour this weekend, with the annual garden birds survey, the RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch.
John Maiden in his column focuses on the 31 victims of the January 1953 floods whose names are recorded on a memorial plaque in town.