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June 19 2013 Latest news:
As Blue Peter finds a new home on CBBC, we would like to know who your favourite Blue Peter presenter was.
High Road in Gorleston is due to reopen tomorrow after investigations reveal that leaking water caused a cavity to open under the road surface.
Jewellery, aftershave and an HTC Wildfire silver mobile phone were among the items stolen in a break-in at a home in Reydon.
Jewellery, a black purse and cash were stolen as a home in Carlton Colville was burgled.
The new chairman of a mental health trust said his organisation remained committed to the radical redesign of services in Norfolk and Suffolk, despite the resignation of its chief executive.
Camping at a music festival is rarely thought of as a glamorous experience but next month’s Latitude festival in Suffolk could change that.
A Norfolk singing group will appear in a national talent show final at the weekend.
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Lowestoft Town joint boss Ady Gallagher insists the club won’t break the bank as they look to strengthen the squad over the summer.
The Royal Norfolk and Suffolk Yacht Club hosted the Squib East Coast Championships over the weekend. A competitive fleet of 22 boats took part, of which eight were from local clubs.
Chilly, grey conditions prevailed at Waveney and Oulton Broad Yacht Club at the weekend and numbers of competing boats were low.
Lowestoft sailor Nic Asher is relishing the challenge of a new boat and a new team-mate as he continues his long road to Rio at this week’s Sail for Gold Regatta in Weymouth and Portland.
Lowestoft Town’s Joe Francis is set to join Leiston after the Blues agreed an undisclosed fee for the winger with their Suffolk rivals.
They shared bats and pads, and “whites” were clearly not compulsory.
King’s Lynn Stars fans could see Richie Worrall don Great Britain’s colours at next month’s Norfolk Arena Speedway World Cup meeting.
Matty Herbert scored 106 and Damien Twiddy 61 as Snettisham made 249-8 before restricting Castle Rising to 165-8. But the 19-point win wasn’t enough to stop Snettisham losing ground on the West Norfolk League Division One’s top two, who both had maximum points wins.