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Police in Norwich have executed two druugs warrants.

Drugs warrants executed in Norwich

More than 20 police officers have been involved in carrying out two drug warrants in the Earlham area of Norwich.

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Heavy rain causing a swollen river Tas to spill on to the land near Caistor St Edmund south of Norwich. Photo : Steve Adams

Fears of dense fog as flooding problems ease across Norfolk and Suffolk

East Anglia has been drying out after the deluge of the weekend but after the problem of localised flooding subsides there were fresh fears of dense fog descending over the region.

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Pictures capotured on the November 21 flight to see the Northern Lights from Norwich. Picture; Pete Lawrence

Norwich Airport launches chance to see the spectacular Northern Lights in three-hour round trip flight

Seeing the wonder of the elusive northern lights might evoke images of the winter wonderland of northern Norway, or the wintry wilds of Alaska.

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Brundall parish councillors Grant Nurden and Martin Davies at Cremer's Meadow, which the parish has bought and plan to turn into a nature reserve for the villagers.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Meadow site to be turned into a nature reserve

A four-acre site between Brundall and Blofield has been bought by a parish council and is to become a community nature reserve.

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A reveller letting go of a sky lantern at the Glastonbury Festival. Picture Ben Birchall/PA Wire.

Norfolk could see the end of sky lantern releases

Norfolk could see a ban on the launch of sky lanterns and mass release of balloons from county council-owned land.

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There could be a rethink over a proposal to bring in a bylaw to ban skateboarders from parts of Norwich, such as the Memorial Gardens. Photo: Steve Adams

Norwich skateboard ban could be scrapped after last minute rethink

A proposed bylaw, which would have banned skateboarding from parts of the city centre, looks set to be scrapped - after an 11th hour rethink by council bosses.

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32 seasonal markets to get you into the Christmas spirit

Injest some real festive spirit into your Christmas shopping with a whirl around the region’s wonderful seasonal markets. SIMON PARKIN has a guide to the best places for gifts and plenty of Christmas cheer!

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Sarah Perry - Winner of the 2014 East Anglian Book Awards.

EDP Jarrold East Anglian Book Awards - Norwich author’s first chapter starts with a win

The annual celebration of the best new East Anglian books took place last night at an awards ceremony in Norwich.

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Young performers rehearse for Lord of the Flies with Matthew Bourne's New Adventures company ahead of the performance at the Theatre Royal in Norwich.
 Picture by Simon Finlay.

Review: Lord of the Flies

William Golding’s classic tale is one of a group collapsing in on itself: this production is a group coming together in spectacular fashion.

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The GoGoDragons sponsors concentrate on picking the right design for their dragons. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Decision time at exhibition of GoGoDragons! designs in Norwich

From dragons decorated with images of Norfolk to fire-breathing beasts inspired by everything from fairy tales to the whole world - a vast array of designs were on display in a very special exhibition.

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Emma Healey is on the shortlist with her debut novel, Elizabeth is Missing. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Norwich author’s debut novel could scoop Costa Book Award

Norwich author Emma Healey, (pictured), has been shortlisted for the 2014 Costa Book Awards for her debut work, Elizabeth is Missing.

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Video: Our verdict on this year’s Christmas TV adverts

“Monty doesn’t do the revolting things penguins usually do, like regurgitating fish, he’s a right laugh”

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A season of beauty for Mercedes should get a fitting climax in Abu Dhabi this weekend.

Formula One all set for the big fitting finalé with Mercedes, Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg

When things come to a head in F1, there is nothing quite like it – and no, this isn’t about all those financial issues and forthcoming discussions. Those can wait, at least in terms of column inches.

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Norwich City 3, Brighton 3 - Rate the players

What did you think of Norwich City’s performance against Brighton? Let us know by rating the players out of 10 at

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The Norwich City Debate - your questions answered

Norwich City writers Paddy Davitt and Michael Bailey answered your questions in the Norwich City debate at

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Ricci Butler will take his Great Yarmouth Town side to Hullbridge Sports in the third round of the FA Vase.

Norwich United and Great Yarmouth drawn away in FA Vase

Both of the region’s FA Vase representatives have been given tough away ties in the competition after the third round draw was made on Monday afternoon.

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Larking Gowen: City of Norwich Half Marathon 2014 at the Norfolk Showground.

Picture: James Bass

Photo galleries: Thousands brave rain to compete in 30th City of Norwich Half Marathon

The wet and muddy conditions failed to deter a field of more than 2,000 taking to the start line for Sunday’s City of Norwich Half Marathon.

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Daggers Rhys Murphy scored again from the penalty spot (pic: Dave Simpson/TGSPHOTO).

Daggers progress in eventful cup tie

Essex Senior Cup fourth round: Dagenham & Redbridge 2 Waltham Abbey 1

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Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech. Picture: Lynne Cameron/PA

Jose Mourinho has major selection headache ahead of Schalke clash as Chelsea take full strength squad

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has no fresh injury concerns for his side’s Champions League Group G clash with Schalke in Gelsenkirchen.

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Belsize Park captain Tom House scored his side's first try. Pic: Paolo Minoli

Late sting in the tale is a real bonus as Belsize Park beat Wasps

Ben Parker scored Belsize Park’s fourth try with the last play of the game as the hosts secured a bonus point in a 28-10 victory against Wasps, which took them up into second place in London North-West Division Three.

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