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Parkrun pair’s 120-mile dash for charity

Parkrun pair’s 120-mile dash for charity

Parkrun pair’s 120-mile dash for charity

They chose to support Mental Health UK in memory of brother Darin.


The Horseshoes in Billingford regains top rating

The Horseshoes in Billingford regains top rating

The Horseshoes in Billingford regains top rating

The pub has been awarded a five-star classification after a new inspection.


Tick-borne encephalitis virus detected in Thetford Forest

Tick-borne encephalitis virus detected in Thetford Forest

Tick-borne encephalitis virus detected in Thetford Forest

Public Health England says the tick-borne encephalitis virus (TBEV) has been found in two parts of England for the first time.


New fitness class takes off

New fitness class takes off

New fitness class takes off

Up to 700 calories is how much you can burn in the mini trampoline fitness class.


Mum-of-two with incurable secondary breast cancer joins national campaign

Mum-of-two with incurable secondary breast cancer joins national campaign

Mum-of-two with incurable secondary breast cancer joins national campaign

Petition calls for improving services available to people living with breast cancer.


Founder of MiniDonks recognised for outstanding contribution to community

Founder of MiniDonks recognised for outstanding contribution to community

Founder of MiniDonks recognised for outstanding contribution to community

The social enterprise has been awarded a whopping £59,780 in funding.


Cancer victim from Banham takes part in new clinical trial

Cancer victim from Banham takes part in new clinical trial

Cancer victim from Banham takes part in new clinical trial

Nationwide research study is taking place across 40 hospitals.


Sewage overflows once again in flood-hit village

Sewage overflows once again in flood-hit village

Sewage overflows once again in flood-hit village

Sewage and sanitary products were seen coming from manholes.


Royal Mail staff returns to work after strike

Royal Mail staff returns to work after strike

Royal Mail staff returns to work after strike

Employees resorted to industrial action in a dispute over health and safety issues.


Tens of thousands of south Norfolk adults prescribed highly addictive opioid painkillers

Tens of thousands of south Norfolk adults prescribed highly addictive opioid painkillers

Tens of thousands of south Norfolk adults prescribed highly addictive opioid painkillers

Report sparks concern of ‘over-medication crisis’.


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