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Ambulances parked up outside the accident and emergency department of the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. Photo: Steve Adams

Woman in her seventies in a serious condition after collision between a lorry and pedestrian in Lowestoft.

A woman in her seventies suffered a serious head injury after a serious collision in Lowestoft this afternoon.

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What to do this Easter.

Dozens of things to do in Norfolk this Easter

From Easter egg hunts to family shows, riding a steam train to seeing new spring arrivals down on the farm, there are plenty of things to do this Easter for all the family.

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Artist John Stokes, front centre, with his Shakespeare inspired GoGoDragon called GoGoMadder at the Maddermarket Theatre. With him are from left, front, Peter Beck, joint creative director, and Cleopatra, played by Rebecca Aldred. Back, Susan Seddon, chairman of the Maddermarket Theatre Trust; Stash Kirkbride, joint creative director; and Anthony, played by Jonothan Redding. 

Antony and Cleopatra unveil the Maddermarket Theatre’s Shakespeare-inspired GoGoDragon!

A Norwich theatre has revealed a special tribute to Shakespeare in the anniversary week of the great playwright’s birth.

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TALENTED GOLFER: Chris Reynolds, who died on Sunday morning. The talented Rookery Park Golf Club member, from Lowestoft, is pictured in September last year after winning the club’s Warner Cup/Poppy Appeal competition.

Minute’s applause appeal to pay tribute to Ipswich Town fan Chris Reynolds, 21, who died at weekend

Tributes to a 21-year-old Ipswich Town fan who died at the weekend are set to be paid in a minute’s applause at Portman Road on Saturday.

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Lee Smith of Lowestoft Town scores the winning goal against Colwyn Bay FC during the Conference North match at Llanelian Road,  Old Colwyn.
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Smith’s classy finish makes it an away-day to remember for Lowestoft Town

Lowestoft Town produced an excellent performance to make their 610-mile round trip to Colwyn Bay thoroughly worthwhile as Lee Smith grabbed the only goal of the came.

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Ady Gallagher. Picture: TOM SMITH/FOCUS IMAGES

Lowestoft Town’s thoughts already on next season

Lowestoft Town joint boss Ady Gallagher admitted the Blues are already starting to plan for next season ahead of their trip to Colwyn Bay this afternoon.

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Lowestoft Town celebrates winning the Suffolk Premier Cup. Picture: Su Anderson

Jake Reed strikes late to win Suffolk Premier Cup for Lowestoft Town

Substitute Jake Reed’s 103rd-minute strike broke Whitton United hearts as ten-man Lowestoft Town lifted the Suffolk Premier Cup for the 12th time last night, after a 2-1 extra-time win.

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Ady Gallagher (left) & Micky Chapman, joint managers of Lowestoft Town.

Lowestoft Town prepare for Suffolk Premier Cup final

Lowestoft Town joint boss Micky Chapman believes winning the Suffolk Premier Cup would be the perfect way to cap off his 33 years with the club.

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Action from Norwich Mini Rugby Festival 2015 at Beeston Hyrne. Picture: Andy Micklethwaite

Over 800 junior players participate in Norwich Mini Rugby Festival

More than 800 players took part in a rugby feast at Norwich Rugby Club’s Mini Festival.

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Action from one of Diss RFCs many victories in London 2NE this season, beating Rochford Hundred 38-10 at Mackenders. They now face a promotion play-off after finishing in second place in the table.	Picture: JOHN BULLOCH

Play-off gives Diss chance to bounce straight back up

Redemption and celebration await for the players of Diss Rugby Club – if they can complete a remarkable turnaround in fortunes in their promotion play-off at Mackenders tomorrow (3pm).

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