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A man with Parkinson’s disease is hoping to help those with limited mobility thanks to the help of his new invention.

As I meet Ali Guenaoui beneath the scaffolding of his new restaurant he cannot hide his smile, the successful Moroccan restaurateur is opening new premises in Dereham next month and he cannot wait for locals to sample his fare.

The family of a man who died following a road crash has finally found “closure” after his death.

Yvonne Blake

It’s Bring Your Dog to Work Day on Friday 22 June. Let us know if you’re taking part!

Eastern Daily Press

An energy firm hoping to build a wind farm off the coast of north Norfolk has been criticised for ignoring concerns before submitting a planning application.

North Norfolk District Council

If you are unsure about the amount of medication you’re taking, tell someone – that’s the message local people and carers are being urged to adopt during Learning Disability Week this week as part of a national campaign to stop the over medication of people with a learning disability.

NHS

As part of National Licensing Week (18-22 June), Breckland Council is showing local people why the work they do with licensees, operators and regulators in the area, is so vital.

Alison Webb

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Lorne Green

Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner (PCC) is poised to decide whether to press forward with a possible takeover of the management of the county’s fire and rescue service.

Community spirit has restored faith to a group of pupils after their school garden was trashed by vandals

Neatherd High School

Police are asking for help to identify a woman following the theft of a Yankee Candle in Dereham.

Conmen targeted a woman in her 70s in Dereham and police are warning residents to be vigilant to cold callers claiming to be from HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).

Dereham

Vandals have left pupils at a Dereham high school “disappointed and heartbroken”.

Neatherd High School

Health

NHS

If you are unsure about the amount of medication you’re taking, tell someone – that’s the message local people and carers are being urged to adopt during Learning Disability Week this week as part of a national campaign to stop the over medication of people with a learning disability.

Pharmacists are being trained to help spot the signs of cancer in a bid to ensure those who fear they have the deadly illness can get support faster.

Paramedic Tracy Nicholls has been appointed as director of clinical quality and improvement at East of England Ambulance Trust (EEAST).

NHS

The benefits of swimming are widely known.

Surrey

Healthwatch Norfolk, the consumer champion for patients in Norfolk, will hold its annual general meeting on July 24, at the Forum, in Norwich, from 9.30am to 11am.

Norwich

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Education

Tuesday, June 12, 2018
Neatherd High School

Community spirit has restored faith to a group of pupils after their school garden was trashed by vandals

Community will be at the heart of a summer fair organised to encourage families to spend time together.

Vandals have left pupils at a Dereham high school “disappointed and heartbroken”.

Neatherd High School

They say many hands make light work and this could not be truer for a mid-Norfolk high school’s world record attempt.

For thousands of students around Norfolk and Suffolk, exams have now arrived.

Business

North Norfolk District Council

An energy firm hoping to build a wind farm off the coast of north Norfolk has been criticised for ignoring concerns before submitting a planning application.

It opened under a blaze of publicity, but a branch of the family electricals firm Adcocks is closing in Dereham.

Dereham

The benefits of swimming are widely known.

Surrey

More than 130 jobs are at risk after a Norfolk retailer became the latest to announce plans to close stores due to a slump in sales.

United Kingdom

Businesses can learn how to save money and avoid costly marketing and advertising mistakes at a networking event.

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A man with Parkinson’s disease is hoping to help those with limited mobility thanks to the help of his new invention.

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As I meet Ali Guenaoui beneath the scaffolding of his new restaurant he cannot hide his smile, the successful Moroccan restaurateur is opening new premises in Dereham next month and he cannot wait for locals to sample his fare.

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The family of a man who died following a road crash has finally found “closure” after his death.

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It’s Bring Your Dog to Work Day on Friday 22 June. Let us know if you’re taking part!

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Eastern Daily Press

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A man with Parkinson’s disease is hoping to help those with limited mobility thanks to the help of his new invention.

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As I meet Ali Guenaoui beneath the scaffolding of his new restaurant he cannot hide his smile, the successful Moroccan restaurateur is opening new premises in Dereham next month and he cannot wait for locals to sample his fare.

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The family of a man who died following a road crash has finally found “closure” after his death.

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Yvonne Blake
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It’s Bring Your Dog to Work Day on Friday 22 June. Let us know if you’re taking part!

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Eastern Daily Press

An energy firm hoping to build a wind farm off the coast of north Norfolk has been criticised for ignoring concerns before submitting a planning application.

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