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April 17 2014 Latest news:
Fakenham will be alive with music, dancing and offbeat sporting competition on Saturday when the town hosts its Showcase Fun Day – including its first ever Shopkeepers’ Olympics.
The stage is set for one of the showpieces of the East Anglian sporting calender, with thousands of spectators heading to north Norfolk to watch some of the world’s finest equestrian competitors.
An Aston Martin DB9 and a Nissan Micra crashed in a north Norfolk village this morning.
A question mark has been raised about a new government scheme to extend GP opening hours after it emerged that not a single practice in East Anglia would benefit from extra funding.
Women brewers will be championed at a new beer festival being run in conjunction with next month’s City of Ale festival in Norwich.
The fine line between love, madness and creative genius is laid bare in Tom & Viv, the next production by the Company of Ten.
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Matisso Karro proved to be the master of Cadders Hill as he swept to pole position, and two victories from three MX2 races at round two of the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship yesterday. He only failed to take a clean sweep after crashing early in the opening race as he tried to make up for a poor start.
West Ham have a number of players facing uncertain futures at the club – but who should stay and who should go this summer?
The Easter weekend is one packed full of football but, as usual, there are disruptions on the London Underground.
Brentford manager Mark Warburton will try and make the loan deals of Marcello Trotta, George Saville and Alan Judge permanent as long as promotion is secured.