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Patch loves to play and taking long walks - can you offer him a home?

Patch loves to play and taking long walks - can you offer him a home?

Patch loves to play and taking long walks - can you offer him a home?

Here’s our weekly Paws For Thought feature by staff from the RSPCA rehoming centre…


Royal representative opens new church facilities after volunteers raise hundreds of thousands

Royal representative opens new church facilities after volunteers raise hundreds of thousands

Royal representative opens new church facilities after volunteers raise hundreds of thousands

A grand opening has celebrated the new facilities - including a social space, kitchen and toilet - at a village church.


‘There’s something about the challenge of a marathon that draws you in’

‘There’s something about the challenge of a marathon that draws you in’

‘There’s something about the challenge of a marathon that draws you in’

In his weekly column, North West Norfolk MP James Wild discusses tomorrow’s London Marathon…

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Woman found dead on beach was ‘life and soul of any situation’, inquest hears

Woman found dead on beach was ‘life and soul of any situation’, inquest hears

Woman found dead on beach was ‘life and soul of any situation’, inquest hears

A woman who was once the “life and soul of any situation” suffered with anxiety and depression before being found the town’s beach last winter.


£136,000 salary on offer for whoever replaces council chief executive

£136,000 salary on offer for whoever replaces council chief executive

£136,000 salary on offer for whoever replaces council chief executive

West Norfolk Council is offering a £136,000 salary as it seeks to attract candidates to become the new head of the authority amid a major upheaval.


Free martial arts sessions to be held on town’s green for World Tai Chi Day

Free martial arts sessions to be held on town’s green for World Tai Chi Day

Free martial arts sessions to be held on town’s green for World Tai Chi Day

A free martial arts session is being offered to residents of a coastal town this month.


Wreath-laying service to mark 80 years since fighter-bomber crash which killed two servicemen

Wreath-laying service to mark 80 years since fighter-bomber crash which killed two servicemen

Wreath-laying service to mark 80 years since fighter-bomber crash which killed two servicemen

A ceremony to mark 80 years since a fighter-bomber crashed into the centre of a village, killing two RAF servicemen, will take place next week.


Accountant died after sustaining multiple traumatic injuries following fall, coroner’s court told

Accountant died after sustaining multiple traumatic injuries following fall, coroner’s court told

Accountant died after sustaining multiple traumatic injuries following fall, coroner’s court told

A chartered accountant died after sustaining multiple traumatic injuries following a fall earlier this month, a coroner’s court has heard.


Concerts, art exhibitions and talks coming up soon

Concerts, art exhibitions and talks coming up soon

Concerts, art exhibitions and talks coming up soon

In his weekly That’s Entertainment column, Andy Tyler looks at some exciting upcoming events...


Fashion show involving local mums will help raise funds for village school

Fashion show involving local mums will help raise funds for village school

Fashion show involving local mums will help raise funds for village school

An exciting fashion show involving local mums will help to raise money for a village school.


Hospital radio station marks milestone anniversary of music and memories

Hospital radio station marks milestone anniversary of music and memories

Hospital radio station marks milestone anniversary of music and memories

Our town’s hospital radio station has reached a milestone birthday.


‘Overwhelming’ turnout at charity football match held in memory of Dan

‘Overwhelming’ turnout at charity football match held in memory of Dan

‘Overwhelming’ turnout at charity football match held in memory of Dan

A mother has been left “overwhelmed” by the turnout at a charity football match held in memory of her son.


School celebrates 150 years by recreating opening ceremony from 1874

School celebrates 150 years by recreating opening ceremony from 1874

School celebrates 150 years by recreating opening ceremony from 1874

Primary school pupils were transported back to 1874 as they celebrated the 150th anniversary of its official opening ceremony this week.


Sexual abuse survivors’ exhibition was ‘refreshing and full of hope’

Sexual abuse survivors’ exhibition was ‘refreshing and full of hope’

Sexual abuse survivors’ exhibition was ‘refreshing and full of hope’

In our latest Friday Politics column, Cllr Pallavi Devulapalli discusses a football team’s plans and a moving exhibition…

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