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Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital

A mother has urged parents with young children to check electrical wires in the home after an inquest heard how her 18-month-old daughter died when a cord from a baby monitor became wrapped around her neck.

More than 12,000 homes could be built across the county without the need to eat into the beauty spots that make Norfolk what is it today.

Norwich City Council

The inquest into the death of a popular sportsman who was killed following a car crash last year has been adjourned while investigations are carried out.

Bradley Raper

A violent goalkeeper was barricaded in his dressing room by fans after he knocked a referee unconscious in a “cowardly” attack.

Queen Elizabeth Hospital

A national building society has thanked its mid Norfolk customers for donating woolly hats “in droves” to a Norwich homeless charity.

Nottingham

A Norfolk MP has described Brexit as the “Death Star of politics” as he admitted: “I’m an elected representative of 76,000 people and I don’t know what’s going on.”

George Freeman

A council which spent £8m on a golf club secretly agreed to sell it months ago, but kept the public in the dark about it while telling Conservative election candidates the confidential information.

William Nunn

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Dereham Sport

Saturday, March 23, 2019
Local football

Dereham gained a superb 3-2 victory over Bury that should go a long way to help them remain in the Ryman North division.

Dereham Town will look to move further away from the relegation zone and get an early start on their rivals when they entertain Bury on Friday night (7.45pm).

Sudbury

Dereham Town turned on the style to win 4-1 at Canvey Island and move two points clear of the bottom three in the Bostik League North Division.

Joe Gatting

Adam Gusterson knows all about the power of positive thinking.

Sam Borrer

The NR F1 Podcast – taking Norfolk’s Formula 1 legacy and turning it into chatter – previews the 2019 season and Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne.

Martin Brundle

Dereham Events

Members of a youth theatre group are busy rehearsing what they hope will be another great musical in Dereham.

Dereham

What is reputedly Norfolk’s most romantic garden will be part of what has become known as one of the county’s biggest garden parties.

A brand new music festival is set to raise the roof in north Norfolk this summer in a bid to promote awareness of cervical and testicular cancer.

From the news strippers which were needed in Watton, to the headline which told the world about the parrot that “meows like a cat”, headlines from the Eastern Daily Press and its sister titles can reveal the more quirky aspects of Norfolk life.

The acts set to perform at a new family friendly music festival which is coming to Dereham this summer have been announced.

Norfolk Entertainment

Members of a youth theatre group are busy rehearsing what they hope will be another great musical in Dereham.

Dereham

What is reputedly Norfolk’s most romantic garden will be part of what has become known as one of the county’s biggest garden parties.

A brand new music festival is set to raise the roof in north Norfolk this summer in a bid to promote awareness of cervical and testicular cancer.

From the news strippers which were needed in Watton, to the headline which told the world about the parrot that “meows like a cat”, headlines from the Eastern Daily Press and its sister titles can reveal the more quirky aspects of Norfolk life.

The acts set to perform at a new family friendly music festival which is coming to Dereham this summer have been announced.

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