April 25 2014 Latest news:

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Police have released CCTV footage of a a man snatching a wallet from his vulnerable victim in St Martin's Road in Norwich.

Video: Shocking CCTV footage shows moment “Good Samaritans” stole a wallet from the vulnerable man they had helped

Police have released CCTV footage which shows a man snatching a wallet out of the hands of his vulnerable victim, just moments after the thief had helped him up from a fall.

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Hellesdon Hospital.

Concern over pressure on mental health staff in Norfolk because of high caseloads

Mental health chiefs have insisted they have a plan to tackle high caseloads after it emerged that almost 400 patients in Norfolk were waiting to be assigned to a community worker.

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First of the 400 student paramedics training at Norfolk ambulance HQ. Photo: Melvyn Sibson

Ambulance Watch: Meet the first of the 400 new lifesavers

Patients living in East Anglia will begin to benefit from an ambulance recruitment drive from as early as June after the first of 400 student paramedics started their training.

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Celebrating the old Start-rite shoe factory archway, that has been incorporated into the new flats on Crome Road, Norwich, children from George White Junior School and Caroline Carter from Taylor Wimpey East, city councillor Julie Brociek-Coulton and the chairman of Start-rite Peter Lamble. 
Photo by Simon Finlay.

Photo Gallery: Familiar face from Norwich’s shoe industry returns

It was a familiar face to thousands of people who worked in an industry which was, for years, the heart and sole of Norwich.

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Captain Harry Cator's grave at the Cemetery, next to St Margaret's Church, Sprowston. Picture: Denise Bradley

Funds for restoration of graves of our First World War Victoria Cross heroes

A fund of £100,000 has been announced to boost the restoration of the UK graves of our First World War Victoria Cross heroes.

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Guests at the launch night of Masterpieces: Art and East Anglia a major exhibition of works of art celebrating the artistic heritage of East Anglia at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts. Photo: Steve Adams

Norwich’s Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts announced as finalist for museum prize worth £100,000

Norwich’s Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts has been announced as one of six finalists for a prestigious museum prize worth £100,000.

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Humble Boy runs from Thursday, April 24 to Saturday, May 3 at the Maddermarket Theatre in Norwich.

Review: Humble Boy

They can be one of the irritants of summer: bees buzzing around you, clambering over your picnic, harmless and yet simultaneously threatening. In Charlotte Jones’ play Humble Boy, brought to life by the Norwich Players at the Maddermarket Theatre, the pesky insects play a central role in the unfolding story of a recently bereaved Felix Humble.

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Happisburgh Lighthouse. Picture: Antony Kelly

Photos: Our Grand Tour of Norfolk - Part One

From giants to fairytale thatched roundhouses, tales of a dormant volcano in Diss to the site of medieval whippings, doughnuts to world-famous scones, Norfolk offers every visitor the perfect day out. STACIA BRIGGS and her family set off on a Grand Tour of the county to discover some old favourites and hidden treasures.

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A shot from the film Market Notes by Tim Davies.

An abstract look at Norwich Market and Norwich Cathedral features in new exhibition

An abstract look at Norwich Market and Norwich Cathedral feature alongside films about Venice and China in a new exhibition that has opened ahead of this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Festival.

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Singer / songwriter Courtney Barnett

“I know Alan Partridge, I love Partridge!” Ahead of her Norwich gig singer Courtney Barnett talks comedy, touring, storytelling and life on Twitter

It’s been a good 2014 so far for Australian singer. guitarist and songwriter Courtney Barnett. Rave reviews, worldwide radio airplay, a debut album in the can and a tour that will see her play at several major festivals - and a stop off at Norwich’s Waterfront for one-night only. She spoke to David Powles ahead of the May 13 gig.

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Classical guitarist Craig Ogden, appearing at the 2014 King's Lynn Festival.

13 things not to miss at this year’s King’s Lynn Festival

This year sees the 64th King’s Lynn Festival - and organisers are promising the usual eclectic mixture of top-name concerts and events, from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra to an Antiques Roadshow favourite, and from jazz star Clare Teal to BBC COast presenter Nicholas Crane.

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Your paper, your way

Did you know the East Anglian Daily Times is now available to view online?

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Norwich City's Neil Adams is not afraid of making the tough decisions. 
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Tough calls all part of the job for Norwich City boss Neil Adams

Neil Adams is loving the pressure of Premier League management as he strives to plot Norwich City’s escape.

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Steven Whittaker is a big fan of Norwich City boss Neil Adams. 
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Neil Adams gets Steven Whittaker’s vote for the long haul at Norwich City

Scottish international Steven Whittaker insists Neil Adams is the right man to take Norwich City forward.

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Norwich City's on-loan defender Joseph Yobo is again ruled out for the trip to Manchester United with a calf injury. 
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Norwich City’s on-loan defender Joseph Yobo ruled out of Manchester United trip; Elliott Bennett firmly back in Neil Adams’ Premier League plans

Norwich City’s on-loan defender Joseph Yobo will miss the Premier League trip to Manchester United with the Nigerian international undergoing further treatment on a calf injury.

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Robert Snodgrass joins in with the dejection at the final whistle of Norwich City's home defeat to Liverpool last weekend. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Desire will define the survival scrap, according to Norwich City winger Robert Snodgrass

Robert Snodgrass is not about to go back on what he believes will earn Premier League survival – or that Norwich City still have what it takes to achieve it.

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Norwich City manager Neil Adams during the 3-2 defeat to Liverpool in the Premier League at Carrow Road, Norwich. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City will be thrust into another circus against Manchester United but they must earn top billing

Norwich City find themselves thrust into another circus entirely out of their control after Manchester United’s decision to dismiss David Moyes.

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Arsenal celebrate winning the league at White Hart Lane. (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)

PICTURES: Arsenal celebrate winning the league at Spurs on April 25 2004

It was 10 years ago today that Arsenal claimed their last Premier League title and they secured it by drawing at arch-rivals Tottenham.

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Sam Allardyce, West Ham United manager

West Ham boss: We don’t need to change our style

Hammers manager Sam Allardyce chooses to ignore criticism of his team’s playing style

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Graham Westley

Match preview: Westley sets six point target from last two games for relegated Stevenage

Stevenage boss Graham Westley says six points is the priority as his team head into the final two matches of the season, having already been relegated from Sky Bet League One.

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