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Police are appealing for witnesses following an assault at Sundown Festival.

Appeal after teenager assaulted at Sundown Festival camp site

A witness appeal has been launched after a teenager was assaulted at the Sundown Festival.

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Sundown festival Saturday: Submitted pictures

Sundown: Photo gallery - Thousands enjoying the live acts at the Sundown Festival, near Norwich

Thousands of revellers are enjoying the sun and the live acts at the Sundown festival.

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Dust the dog with owner actress Linda Bassett

Norfolk fun day to raise cash for canines in need of care

A charity which rescues dogs who have been neglected and abused is holding a fun day on Sunday to raise money.

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A man fell into the river in Riverside Road, Norwich this morning.

Man rescued after falling into the river in Riverside Road, Norwich this morning

A man who fell into the river in Norwich was rescued by fire crews in the early hours today.

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University students are urged to sign up with a GP

East Anglia’s university students urged to sign up with a GP

With the beginning of term approaching, bringing a flurry of first year students, NHS England in East Anglia wants to stress the importance of registering with a local general practitioner (GP).

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Leigh Smith(centre), whose baby daughter Beatrice died in February, is fundraising for Great Ormond Street Hospital in her memory by baking cakes with her friends Gemma Easterbrook and Naomi Hanner(right) to sell on the charity stall on Haymarket in Norwich
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Baking it better for baby Beatrice

Shoppers in Norwich today and tomorrow are being asked to support a fund in memory of a 12-week-old baby by treating themselves to cake.

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What to expect from Sundown Festival

Norfolk Showground is more used to countryside activities — but this weekend it will again be the site for some altogether more urban sights and sounds.

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Norwich Theatre Royal. Photo: Steve Adams

Video: Norwich Theatre Royal reveals plans for a £3m education centre

The curtain looks set to go up on ambitious plans to build a £3m-plus Education and Skills Centre to inspire Norfolk’s young people to aim high in life and build successful careers in the world of work.

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Sundown Festival 2013 at the Royal Norfolk Showground. Photo: Paul Bayfield/

Four ways to survive Sundown Festival

To make sure you enjoy the festival in style, Event has created a survival guide to help you get the most out of the Sundown Festival.

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Chermond Gym club members Alisha Page (red) and Natasha Rushbrooke are set to take part in the Lincolnshire Aerial Championships.

Photo gallery: Young Norwich performers get set to impress with their aerial tricks

With their high-flying tricks on the trapeze and the silks, two young Norwich performers are hoping to wow the judges this weekend.

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KlangHaus at Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014.

Award success for Norwich band The Neutrinos and Great Yarmouth artist Sal Pittman

A Norwich band and Great Yarmouth artist have scooped an award for their “ground-breaking” multimedia extravaganza at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

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Norwich Theatre Royal's 2005 production of Peter Pan.
 Richard Gauntlett as Peter Pan, Ali James as Wendy.

Young actors needed to play John and Michael in Norwich Theatre Royal’s production of Peter Pan

Six young stars are needed to fly away to Neverland and join the cast of this year’s Norwich Theatre Royal pantomime.

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Lewis Grabban powers home Nathan Redmond's cross in Norwich City's 1-1 Championship draw against Bournemouth. 
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Norwich City chief Neil Adams rues one lapse of concentration against Bournemouth; plus no bids for Gary Hooper

Neil Adams admitted Norwich City paid a heavy price for one lapse of concentration in a 1-1 Championship home draw against Bournemouth.

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Lewis Grabban celebrates after his fifth in five games for Norwich City against old club Bournemouth at Carrow Road. 
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Norwich City 1 Bournemouth 1

Norwich City’s winning league run came to a frustrating halt against a slick Bournemouth in a Championship stalemate at Carrow Road.

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Norwich City's in-form striker Lewis Grabban faces his old club Bournemouth at Carrow Road. 
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Norwich City hitman Lewis Grabban is urged to show Bournemouth just what they are missing

Norwich City top gun Lewis Grabban gets the chance to show Bournemouth what they are missing on Saturday at Carrow Road.

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Norwich City boss Neil Adams is full of admiration for the job Eddie Howe has done at Bournemouth. Picture: Action Images / Ed Sykes


Norwich City boss Neil Adams is a paid up member of the Eddie Howe fan club

Neil Adams studies Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth and sees that rarest of modern-day commodities; precious time to build a club from the ground up.

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Norwich City's Josh Murphy is making a persuasive case for inclusion. 
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Norwich City’s new wave will get more chances to impress Neil Adams

Neil Adams has no fears about throwing his young guns into Championship battle.

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FA Cup: Injury-time goal sends Heath out

A stoppage time goal denied Colney Heath a FA Cup preliminary round replay with Bowers and Pitsea.

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FA Cup: Blueboys upset Maldon to progress

London Colney are through to the first qualifying round after beating Maldon and Tiptree.

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VIDEO: Ipswich Wanderers celebrate FA Cup victory by taking MND Ice Bucket Challenge

Ipswich Wanderers chairman Terry Fenwick and manager Glenn Read celebrated their side’s 2-1 FA Cup victory over Hoddesdon Town at Humber Doucy Lane, by taking the MND (Motor Neurone Disease) Ice Bucket Challenge!

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