October 25 2014 Latest news:

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Chris Ball, pharmacist at Hurn Chemist in Norwich, who is part of a new campaign urging patients to cut down on wasted medicines. Picture: Supplied

Patients urged to help the NHS save millions of pounds in Norfolk by cutting medicines waste

Patients have been urged to help save the NHS millions of pounds after it emerged that almost £5m was being lost every year in Norfolk through unused prescription medicines.

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Young people preparing for the Hostry Festival's Debut event,

Event aims to showcase talents of young Norfolk writers

Young wordsmiths will be taking to the stage this weekend in a special event celebrating emerging writers.

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Build a start-up business in 54 hours – Norwich event throws down gauntlet to region’s entrepreneurs

Norfolk’s entrepreneurs are being challenged to create a start-up business in 54 hours as part of a new event designed to put Norwich’s digital creative sector on the map.

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Police would like to speak to this man in connection with an incident on Prince of Wales Road.

CCTV images released after criminal damage

Police would like to speak to this man about criminal damage in Norwich.

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The Riverside Road, Gas Hill and Rosary Road area, where a stabbing took place. Picture: Denise Bradley

Two men found guilty of involvement in Norwich knife attack

Two men face lengthy jail terms after they were convicted of being involved in a “brief but violent” knife attack in which a man was slashed on the face and neck, on Riverside Road, Norwich.

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Simon Pritchard. Photo by Sophia France.

Norwich artist’s exhibition of cult movie-inspired poster art

An exhibition of cult movie-inspired poster art is being held at the Forum in Norwich until Sunday.

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21 events for ghosts, ghouls and things going bump this Halloween

Behold, the witching hour is almost upon us and there are plenty of terrifying adventure to scare you out of your wits this Halloween week. SIMON PARKIN picks some of the highlights to send shivers down your spine.

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15 fun things to do with your family in Norfolk this half term

Schools are out once again and families looking for some perfect half term fun are spoilt for choice. SIMON PARKIN highlights some of the shows taking place this week.

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Young people preparing for the Hostry Festival's Debut event,

Event aims to showcase talents of young Norfolk writers

Young wordsmiths will be taking to the stage this weekend in a special event celebrating emerging writers.

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Simon Pritchard. Photo by Sophia France.

Norwich artist’s exhibition of cult movie-inspired poster art

An exhibition of cult movie-inspired poster art is being held at the Forum in Norwich until Sunday.

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Kiara Hawker and Paul Preston Mills rehearsing 'Walking the Road' with director Jim Rymer. Photo: Bill Smith

Norfolk-based theatre company gets ready to tour two shows about love’s triumph over war

Two Irish plays about love’s triumph over war are set to go on a tour of Norfolk and Suffolk.

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Nana the pantomime dog gets spruced up by David Rogers at his grooming parlour in Norwich. Photo: Bill Smith

Peter Pan’s Nana the dog enjoys a Norfolk day out

Nana the dog is enjoying a Norfolk day out today ahead of appearing in this year’s Norwich Theatre Royal pantomime.

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Jolyon Palmer gives some wannabe a few tips at Snetterton four years ago. Photo: Adrian Judd/EDP library

Jolyon Palmer hoping his GP2 route into Formula One still exists

Anyone signing up for a seat in Formula One for 2015 will be extremely thankful – because those queuing up to join or rejoin the grid would form a lengthy line.

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Cameron Jerome points the way for Norwich City against Leeds United at Carrow Road on Tuesday. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Video: Three Up Front – Faltering Norwich City and their ongoing issues

In the latest edition of Mustard TV’s Norwich City fanzine Three Up Front, the panel discusses the Canaries’ results at Fulham and in midweek at home to Leeds, as well as their key discussion points.

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Russell Martin celebrates scoring Norwich City's opener at home to Leeds United in midweek.

Norwich City need to deal with their nervousness, admits Russell Martin

The captain led by example with Norwich City’s opening goal against Leeds in midweek – but as has been the case of late, it wasn’t quite enough for victory.

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Combination sides get exciting draws in Norfolk Senior Cup

Two teams from the Almary Green Anglian Combination have been handed exciting draws in the fourth round of the Norfolk Senior Cup.

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City of Norwich Athletics Club volunteers (from left) Keith Yellop, Helen Stubbs, Tania Spurling (England Athletics) and Mike De Silva have received awards for their service.

England Athletics recognise volunteers from City of Norwich Athletics Club

Three City of Norwich Athletics Club (CONAC) members have received special awards for their service as volunteers.

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Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

Mourinho jokes that he’d give Di Maria the Olly Murs treatment - video

Jose Mourinho loves to manage a side at Old Trafford, no matter what the situation is.

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Mark Noble  (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)

West Ham star gives his verdict on Hammers squad ahead of Manchester City clash

Mark Noble believes the current West Ham team is the best he has ever played in.

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Kit Symons. Picture: EMPICS Sport

Symons confident over Fulham job as Charlton boss rues slack start

Kit Symons has not heard anything regarding whether he’ll be Fulham’s next permanent manager but believes that he is making it harder for the five-man management committee to ignore his claims.

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